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Obviously we all know that dreads aren't limited to just a certain group of race of individuals. I thought we could celebrate this by posting our heritage and make a certain "map" to see how many different ethnicity here have dreads. This can then be utilized by us here and outside of the forums just to signify how diverse they are present day.

Well I'll start out first I guess, I'm 100% Italian.

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german irish italian scottish
on the irish side im related to a great uncle who was a poet and freedom fighter politicle prisoner who died from the longest hungerstrike in irelands history
(apparently his funeral was bigger then jfk's)
My Dad is all Irish, my Mom is Cherokee, German, and there ya go! :)
hmm your think the irish would be more dominant in u tho i think u look more german touch of cherokee and less black i think the irish ayt least to me is hardest to see

Panterra Caraway said:
My Dad is all Irish, my Mom is Cherokee, German, and there ya go! :)
thanks for clarifying when i saw tater i thougght u were saying part hadnt heard of tater but gypsy cultures are really interesting
i know quite a few gypsies..always entertaining to hang out with gypsies

Maxe said:
88% danish, 6% spanish, 6% tater (an older gypsy culture, not romanis)
well i'm part jalepeno
but we dont admit it too often
that side of the family did some things we cant really talk about
i´m part scottisch ( i belong to the wallace familly) and part french
Dad was Australian and mum came from Scotland
Mostly Irish & and a tad Portuguese :o)
and irish!

i have a lot of dutch in me though
my great great grandparents lived in Amsterdam and i really want to go there and feel the energy and connection that they have left behind
95% Aryan
4% Greek
1% Monkey

needless to say 1% dominates over 99%...
Irish, Spanish, German, Polish about a quarter of all I guess.

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