Some flags are simple and to the point. (Japan)
Others require explanation. (Sri Lanka)
Some flags incorporate automatic weapons into the design. (Mozambique)
And some remind me of David Sedaris' brother, Paul, the Rooster. (Uganda)
Josh Parsons grades the flags of the world. A's, B's, C's,
and the D's and F's. He explains his methodology, including a few basic rules: Do not write the name of your country on your flag, Do not put a map of your country on your flag, and Do not use a tricolour unless you are in Europe.
Yes, I found this site more entertaining than you probably did. I like flags, I guess.