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cloversgrandma cloversgrandma 61-65, F 14 Answers Jan 8, 2013 in Parenting & Family

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Scottish, Irish, possibly French, Native American.

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100% Chinese!

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100% norwegian

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white mostly, but my great-granmother was supposedly native american.

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Ok, so what breed of cat are you then?

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A rather mixed up one I am afraid...

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German and french!

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That explain the fur, I'm human btw.

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Caucasian/Korean.



If I really wanted to split hairs, my maiden name was Welsh and my father says our family was English, German, and French, but those percentages are probably very small.



On my mom's side...I don't know because we don't get along. Koreans, I think, came partially from Mongolia so there's at least that.

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Very interesting mix...I think we are all Heinz 57 variety..

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second gen. Canadian... with a smattering of English, Scottish, American, and Hungarian.

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Sounds like a lovely mix...would love to go to your family buffet and explore the food options.

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My mother-in-law lives in small town of Medicine Hat. Totally boring place for retirees.

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it has been, but sadly many of the traditional dishes (hungarian side mostly) have died with the elders.

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