Discussion in 'Random Chat' started by Akkarin Shadow, Aug 24, 2010.
Purely Belgian! And a fan of baking and chocolate to boot.
oh wow, i've posted in here but never actually answered.
ok, i'm Aussie, as for ethnicity i classify as Irish/Aboriginal
German (mostly) and Polish. possibly a bit of Russian mixed in.
British (English) with a slice of Irish stirred into the mix
Irish, English, Scottish, Welsh, German, Austrian, and Swiss
Pictish, Gael, and the rest of the more tribal groups are a mystery. Not many people can trace their origins that far back, yay for having ancestors that belonged to Irish and Scottish nobility.
Canadian, and like many other North Americans who were born here, I have ancestors from all over the place: Scotland, Ireland, Sweden, France....
T'is a real mixed bag over here.
Indian, Danish and Swiss. Then tack on a Portuguese family name!
The Swiss part is fairly small though.
I was born in Ireland, grew up in the Middle East, currently reside in Scotland. My birth certificate says I'm Irish though, so that's what I'll stick with.
Not sure if I ever posted in here; I am American. Or more specifically a damn Yankee.
Not any other recently-known genetic backgrounds to talk of.
My fiance is half Hungarian, 25% German and 25% Slovak. So I suppose my children will have something more interesting to talk about
English Mother and family,
Australian-German dad. His mum was German his dad was Australian, but he was born in England.
I'm a freak of multiculture.
(edit: just realized how old this thread is and I already posted XD fail)
Belgian, nothing special here
Frenchie belgian or Flemish belgian?
OMG Someone who knows about the flemish and french in Belgium!?
And a Flemish belgian
I'm European, dude I know shit
It's also funny how some americans here have 5 "nationalities", but I bet they speak only English... well I'm only Lithuanian... but I'm fluent in 4 languages and understand 2 more
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