I'm curious, so are you... (in Off-topic)


Adios Muchachos April 22 2009 11:27 AM EDT

I'm curious about the diversity of CB.

I'm Cherokee and German, born in Dallas, TX.

What about you?

AdminShade April 22 2009 11:29 AM EDT

I'm half Dutch half Hungarian, born in The Netherlands.

QBRanger April 22 2009 11:29 AM EDT

4th generation American.

Origins from Poland, Russia, and Romania.

Born Brooklyn NY, live in Florida.

TheLiege April 22 2009 11:31 AM EDT

English, through and through

GnuUzir April 22 2009 11:38 AM EDT

100% American White Boy (i.e. mutt)

Born and Raised in the S.F. Bay Area

Adios Muchachos April 22 2009 11:40 AM EDT

I actually have a mix of blood as well, but i know mine

Cherokee, Blackfoot, Souix, Chactaw and German

lots of history in these veins

Daz April 22 2009 11:42 AM EDT

Australian.

If I tried to get into ethnicities, I'd make your face explode. It involves Australia, Ireland, Australia, Ireland, Australia, England, Ireland, England, France, Australia and some other parts of Europe. I can't give too many details as I only know 1/4's of the tree "properly".

Colonel Custard April 22 2009 11:46 AM EDT

Tal... are you Rambo?!

My father's father is 100% Slovakian, though his parents emigrated to the U.S. before he was born. So, I guess that makes me 1/4 Slovakian. However, my friend's dad who is insane and knows a ton of stuff about stuff says that I have the "Mongolian Toe," and that my last name implies that my Slovakian ancestors were actually descendant from the Hunnic population that pillaged through and settled in Hungary way back when they were attacking Rome. So that's what I mean when I say I'm 1/4 Mongolian: Attila was my grandfather. But no one believes me when I say I'm asian.

Oh, and my grandma is like 1/8 Scottish or something, which makes me 1/32.
And then I dunno what else. I probably have some pretty stupid little tidbits of heritage in there, but I know that I have absolutely no Irish in my blood, and people get mad if my family wears green on St. Patrick's Day.

Lochnivar April 22 2009 11:48 AM EDT

British, born in scotland of English and Norman parentage...

Live in Canada, (the far west end of it).

Wasp [Demon Forging] April 22 2009 11:49 AM EDT

Of Greek and English Descent. Born in London and have lived here all my life though.

Demigod April 22 2009 12:04 PM EDT

Many generations of US nationalism. Origins from England and Germany.

TheCakeIsTheTruth April 22 2009 12:16 PM EDT

25% Native, 75% white.

chaosal April 22 2009 12:24 PM EDT

about the same as Eversoris, with my native largely Cherokee and my white primarily Irish and Scottish. Raised all over the US.

Thak April 22 2009 12:31 PM EDT

American of Irish and German decent mostly. With a little bit of others added in there.

TheCakeIsTheTruth April 22 2009 12:33 PM EDT

I should mention Im 25% Ojibwa, I was born in Toronto ONT, CA though.

Invader Sye April 22 2009 12:51 PM EDT

100% Asian
1st Gen Born in USA

{Wookie}-Jir.Vr- April 22 2009 1:05 PM EDT

Irish.

Cube April 22 2009 1:10 PM EDT

Irish, German, English, Danish, Filipino

Born at Stanford in the university's hospital.

Flamey April 22 2009 1:26 PM EDT

Parents were both full Macedonian. They moved to Australia where I was born. Sydney, Australia.

Canibus April 22 2009 1:45 PM EDT

100% Viking, Lived in Norway all my life.

InebriatedArsonist April 22 2009 2:41 PM EDT

AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] April 22 2009 3:21 PM EDT

Irish, Scottish and English. Also, I would recommend nobody here divulge birth city information, simply because that information is commonly used as the second or third factor of authentication in many banking systems around the world, and CB forums are publicly viewable and searchable via Google.

Sickone April 22 2009 3:22 PM EDT

Romania 100% for many generations, at least as far as I'm aware of it.

Newlin [SeeD] April 22 2009 3:54 PM EDT

"American of Irish and German decent mostly. With a little bit of others added in there."

This one.

Adminedyit April 22 2009 4:20 PM EDT

i'm an american

DrAcO5676 [The Knighthood III] April 23 2009 3:38 AM EDT

American: White with about 25%-35% Italian Currently living in Washington State.

SimplyNic April 23 2009 4:17 AM EDT

Irish Norwegian born in NY.

Django April 23 2009 4:45 AM EDT

English and German. Lived first half of my life in Michigan and now live in Arizona.

QBJohnnywas April 23 2009 4:45 AM EDT

welsh, irish, scottish, french, indian, burmese. Apparently.

Really though I'm just a typical Londoner.

Steve G April 23 2009 6:10 AM EDT

1/2 french (canadian) 1/4 Scottish and 1/4 Polish

born Toronto area, live Toronto area

Marlfox [Cult of the Valaraukar] April 23 2009 6:37 AM EDT

My dad is 1/2 French Canadian (...) and my mom is 1/2 Panamanian and 1/2 Irish.
So I have no idea what that would make me. ;)

Shark April 24 2009 6:02 AM EDT

Inuit eskimo..there's only about 10 of us left and our DNA is all the same and We are too cool for pants!!

IndependenZ April 24 2009 7:15 AM EDT

100% Dutch (North Brabant), I'm afraid. I do have some family in Belgium (South Brabant), but they all originated in the Netherlands.

I haven't actually seen any evidence of this story, but according to my grandfather, my last name goes back into the 1500's. It dates back to a group of raiders/bandits, who terrorized the southern parts of the Netherlands and the northern parts of Belgium at the time. Later on, most of the people with my name were farmers.

So yeah I'm proud to say I'm a ninja pirate farmer! Erm... :P

Guardian April 24 2009 9:06 AM EDT

100 % BRAZILIAN living in Rio de Janeiro
24 years old.

i speak american language and spain language but my main language its Portugal language

Admiralkiller April 24 2009 10:33 AM EDT

I`m Quarter Ojibwa or Chipawa. i can never remember and quarter French (Combine those = half Metis,) From my mothers side..My dad is 100% Irish so that makes me half Irish. Born In Sault Ste Marie, Ont. Came to Calgary when i was 6 months old so i consider my self Pure red neck Calgarian..(with out the red neck part)
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