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    • #10367
      6thgraderocks
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      I’m half German and half everything else!
      What’s every1 else?

    • #86881
      alextemplet
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      One half Irish, one quarter German, one quarter French by blood. Culturally I identify more with my French ancestry, as that is the family I was raised with and French became my first language.

    • #86887
      MrMistery
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      100% Romanian

    • #86911
      MichaelXY
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      quote MrMistery:

      100% Romanian

      Maybe your a little Goth or Hun, perhaps some Bulgarian, or even Roman ? Be hard to say I bet. Long heritage in Europe.

    • #86926
      alextemplet
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      In that case, my French blood could easily have originated from Celts, Germans, or Romans. Maybe even a little English or Iberian, who knows?

    • #86962
      MrMistery
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      as far back as I can trace my origins (1300s) I am Romanian.

    • #86965
      MichaelXY
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      quote MrMistery:

      as far back as I can trace my origins (1300s) I am Romanian.

      In the 1300’s Romania was under two principalities, Moldavia and Walachia later which fell to the Ottoman’s. Was not until the unification of Moldavia and Walachia in the 1800’s that Romania was recognized as a Nation, according to my internet sources.

      Considering the location of Romania, I am sure the history is quite rich. With Ottomans to the south, Romans, goths and Germanians all around. Must of been quite a difficult place to live back in the medieval time period. I think I wish to read more about this place…

    • #86971
      mcar
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      Most Filipinos are already multiracial as well, brought by the early colonization and the widespread globalization today. It is sad however that many had left the country and most of them had also forgot already their rich heritage. My grand parents were part Spanish by blood. But for me, I am proud to say that I am 100% Pinoy! how I wanted to see a great change in this small country, relive once more the Bayanihan that Filipinos in the past used to do in their communities.

    • #87007
      MrMistery
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      actually Romania was divided between Moldavia, Walachia and Transilvania, and a few other minor provinces.
      PS: It’s not the ideal home now either πŸ˜†

    • #87016
      canalon
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      Mostly french from what I can trace (there is one polish great grand mother). But the next generation of my family is extremely diverse.

    • #87024
      tobby
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      a mix of chinese,spanish and aeta.

    • #87038
      stopherlogic
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      English with Irish ancestors, I think my ancestors made a beeline for England due to the potato famine.

    • #87778
      David George
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      100% Indian.Due to a rigid caste system still followed in India i don’t think i have any possibility of being multiracial.
      Yeah casteism is so damn useless…

    • #88355
      Sepals
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      Nationality is technically what country you are legally a citizen of, rather than who your ancestors were.

      I’m South American as I was born there, Israeli as my mum registered me when I was little and also British.

      If I was to include ancestors, I’ll have to say Polish and possibly German or Dutch, going by my surname.

    • #88363
      David George
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      you have a long history mate………..

    • #88423
      MichaelXY
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      quote Sepals:

      Nationality is technically what country you are legally a citizen of, rather than who your ancestors were.

      I’m South American as I was born there, Israeli as my mum registered me when I was little and also British.

      If I was to include ancestors, I’ll have to say Polish and possibly German or Dutch, going by my surname.

      Ahhh, What about expats who move from one country to another. A person from Brazil could become a Canadian but they are still from Brazil.

    • #88619
      Sepals
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      But it’s still technically their nationality, prehaps not their culture.

    • #89050
      Jones
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      Mine’s boring…
      I’m half Irish, my mothers side and half English on my fathers side…
      Literally like, nothing else… That I know of.
      But then again if you want to get technical I suppose being half of each could mean there’s some Norweigen and other European blood in there. Like anglo-saxon and whatnot… Way down the line.
      So nevermind, it’s not that boring. lol πŸ˜†

      And he’s right, it’s really only heritage.
      As far as nationality and ethnicity, I’m American, and I’m more than obviously white.

    • #89112
      BlackCat
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      100% portuguese as far as I know.
      ItΒ΄s not a great contry nowadays but IΒ΄m proud being portuguese…

    • #89386
      AstusAleator
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      English, Irish, german-speaking Swiss, French, Dutch, Scottish, and a few other UK places that I can’t remember.

      I’m essentially a European mutt with mostly English and Irish.

      I’ve always been jealous of my friends that have Native American or some such blood to spice up their genes :D.

    • #89509
      mcar
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      So many ancestral bloodlines…

    • #89770
      r6barfly
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      50% Chinese, 50% Filipino

    • #89807
      mcar
      Participant

      r6barfly, do you understand some Tagalog? taga saan ka?

    • #90126
      Linn
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      [quote="Sepals"]Nationality is technically what country you are legally a citizen of, rather than who your ancestors were.

      Technically then I am American πŸ™‚

      My ancestors came from Canada, Scotland and Ireland.

    • #90150
      Bugz
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      technically, i m about 70% Han Chinese & 30% Mongol… (with 5% error probably)

      long live Genghis Khan! 😈 ~~ :mrgreen:

    • #90340
      r6barfly
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      mcar, i understand only a little bit of tagalog. I cannot speak it though.

    • #90477
      Twila
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      Norwegian/czech

    • #109540
      michimichi
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      100% PINOY!

    • #109558
      sachin
      Participant

      Bhartian (Indian)

    • #110762
      Piriz
      Participant

      American.

    • #110796
      billyfisher100
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      100% English.

    • #112970
      leniel
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      I am with him the same nationality: πŸ˜€

    • #114408
      Sumanth001
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      I am 100% Indian.
      That reminds me of something, how old are all of you???

    • #114413
      wildfunguy
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      25.0% native American,
      ~30% German
      ~30% Irish
      ???

      I hail from the U.S.

    • #114428
      JackBean
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      one of your parents contributed by 60% of hereditary material or how did you get such interesting numbers?

    • #114432
      wildfunguy
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      The ~ are only rough quantities that were given by my parents years ago. Both parents had German, and perhaps both of them had Irish. I don’t remember exactly.
      I just know that my real grandfather was 100% native American. My brother independently verified this claim of my mother’s about our geneology. But we all have "white" skin tone.

      That said, I’m sure my mother did contribute more hereditary material. After all, the X chromosome is bigger than the Y, and I recieved her mtDNA.

    • #114746
      bioduchamp
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      100% Ape

    • #114806
      Sumanth001
      Participant

      cool
      Myself the saiyans in DRAGON BALL Z

    • #115630
      smarty142
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      I am purely a Indian…

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