NIPPYTOWN, Kamgooganda - The African country of Kamgooganda like its neighbors Dutch West Wakaboonka and Upper Shambutu has been hit with an astounding drought this past year.
A government spokesperson Sim Kimbo Kon stated that the drought has just about destroyed Kamgooganda's fig crop and half of their velcro crop.
The country which prides itself in having more iPods than any African country has informed Kim Jong Un of North Korea that they have managed to get a hold of some Norwegian missile parts.
Sim Kimbo Kon stated that Kamgooganda would be willing to trade the missile parts, which are still in the original boxes, to North Korea in exchange for rice.
SIDENOTE: North Korea has stated that they are extremely interested and Kim Jong Un will be texting the Kamgoogandan government with details of the missile parts for rice deal.