Guernseyball is a
somewhat irrelevant British Crown Dependency who lives in the English Channel, off of the coast of Normandyball. Guernseyball's close relatives are Jerseyball, Alderneyball, Sarkball, Hermball and Brecqhouball. Isle of Manball is also related to Guernseyball.
Guernseyball was born in 1204 to what is now known as UKball. Guernseyball's age and lack of surrounding countryballs has lead to his calm, positive personality but it has made it difficult to become well-known. Most countryballs who aren't from Western Europe have never even heard of Guernseyball.
Over the years, the only major conflict that Guernseyball has ever been involved in was World War 2. During this time, Nazi Germanyball took over Guernseyball and his close brothers. Naziball thought that the Allies would come for the British Crown Dependencies, but the Allies, including UKball, advanced straight passed them to Franceball due to the fact that they knew Guernseyball and Jerseyball weren't in imminent danger from Nazi Germanyball. Not long after D-Day, Nazi Germanyball gave up the occupation and went home. They left a load of fortresses and weapons with Guernseyball and Jerseyball and sometimes they reenact the war to pass time.
Guernseyball is friendly to almost any other Countryball that does not copy ideas without credit, or spread hate for no real reason. Guernseyball has not been involved in many comics because it is not a very well-known countryball, and the only serial-content-creator for Guernseyball is himself.
Guernseyball loves his dairy cows and often spends the day watching them wander aimlessly and 'moo'.
Also, Guernseyball loves to get pissed off of a mixture of his cows' milk and Baileys Irish Cream when he doesn't have anything important to do... which is most of the time. This is the reason why most of his comics look like the artist was having a seizure when they were being drawn.
- UKball - Dad.
- USAball - Mentally unstable, scary, yet highly successful younger brother.
- Jerseyball - Twin brother.
- Franceball - My dad can't stand her, but I've never been completely able to see it his way.
- Isle of Manball - The two balls are cousins. They rarely spend time together, but they text and send Snapchats, regularly.