Vaduz, Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein, the only country to alleviate Switzerland’s territorial inferiority complex, is ready to reaffirm its position among the developed and thriving European countries. “The beloved winter sport destination, whose beautiful Alps attract nature and sport lovers alike, is expected to pride itself on a Mediterranean coastline by 2032”, global warming specialists inform.
The news was received with some relief by existing Mediterranean countries such as Spain and Italy, who deal with an increasingly overwhelming touristic affluence each year.
The Sea of Liechtenstein is expected to start forming around 2025 as the Mediterranean will slowly end up swallowing the entire South of Europe solving the problem of severely increasing temperatures, extended droughts and national cultures succumbing to tourism and immigration.
Liechtensteinese tourist agencies are already working on marketing campaigns, while government officials are reviewing construction plans in order to welcome the greatly desired shoreline. Locals and neighbors are excited as they won’t need to travel so far, only to be able to swim in the sea and enjoy the breeze.
Overall, everybody’s pretty happy as the world is as ready as it will ever be to embrace with utter resignation and fatalism the notorious climatic change.
Only the global warming specialists express a deep concern over future developments: “Judging by the way things are going, it’s very likely that the Sea of Liechtenstein will end up flowing into the Swiss Walensee becoming the first sea to ever flow into a lake, causing unforeseeable changes to the area.”
European authorities are taking it slow in addressing the problem as other, more pressing issues are occupying their agenda at the moment, such as putting out wildfires, finding ways to irrigate the dying crops and securing land plots in Iceland.
Written by Ana-Maria Taut, based on a great idea by Anonymous.