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Anyone do the DNA ancestry thing?
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I did it too, I come from Belarussia and Poland for the most.
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#22
I have one question and it may be a dumb one, but when I am told what my ancestry is, what does that date back to? Has DNA been fairly consistent in Europe for a relatively long while? Or does it mean my DNA matches those currently living there?Does this question even make sense? I’m having a hard time wording it.
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#23
I am part Scottish, Irish, English, American Indian, Asian and Jewish.

My children also have German and French from their mothers side.
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#24
I'm a mutt.  Part Irish, German, and Danish.  Or so I've been told. 


I've always been interested in this, but have never known anyone to do the ancestry thing. 
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It really doesn't matter where my ancestors came from . There's absolutely nothing I can do to alter the past of who screwed who 300 years ago ..It might be ok to know about , but it's really not going to change my plans going forward . It's not as if I can de-DNA-ize myself .. lol
Try saying de-DNA-ize four times real fast . That's the real challenge in life . 
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(03-13-2018, 05:40 PM)fredtoast Wrote: The 4% is in my pants.

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