Guess the F in Alfred F Jones
England had given him his name. He had given him the name America, along with his human name, Alfred Jones. It had not been until after hed broken ties with Great Britain that America began introducing himself as Alfred F. Jones. And no one, not even England or Canada, knew what that F stood for. It was a secret that only America knew the answer to. He liked having that secret.
As a result though, it had become a tradition before each World Conference Meeting to play Guess the F. in Alfred F. Jones. It was a simple game, started by Italy one random day. Before each meeting, Italy would always go up to America, and stare at him intently, before shouting a random name that started with an F. He was always wrong. But before the young country realized it, other Nations became involved. So a set of rules, of sort, was set up. The game would occur before the meeting, and participants would only get one guess each. America always got a kick out of it.