Are you in school or anything?
100% pure Mongol ancestry
>Also, long distance relationships are bullshit.
No, I was bullshit, I was in Uni and the situation would never work for us because of the age difference, dont lose hope because I was such an idiot, if someone is interested give them a chance just dont get too attached so quickly
not nowadays, but when she was a child it was isolated enough.
There was also some german (as well as japs and other nationalities) communities, but nowhere as commom as nigger on 4chan say
The test besides the 23andme is dna.land, the results above the 23andme ancestry data, for my phenotype are from 23andme.
Also if i were you i would take your ancesrty.com raw data and upload it to dna.land and take your vcf file from there and run it through promethease.com so you can get info about your traits like pic related
Why are you on 4chins?
How old do you think they are? They were born in the 1920s after Imperial Germany had fallen in WW1. They came to Britain as children/teenagers as part of a Jewish refugee program.
>Why are you on 4chins?
Why are you? Probably a similar answer.
Well that's 10 minutes of my life I'll never get back.
2/10 Made me look. GJ Ahmed.
Recently I tried to use only historical flags, it makes everything ten times more confusing though and with my walls of text I think I should revise it again
Just make sure it looks autistic
But all the isolated communities are gone?
>is south Brazil really white?
By /int/ standarts? No fucking way.
By brazilians standarts? yes
Our country was first colonized in the north east by portuguese and blacks (slaves). The south was basically forest until some what recently when european immigrants came to farm the land. So the south is whiter, but there's been a lot of migration from poor/black people (from the north east) in the last ~50 years
>Are all these communities of Germans and Japs and Ukrainians gone?
mostly, yes. They only existed as small rural communities, and a lot of people left for better opportunities. Mom's family left when she was 5yo because grampa wanted the kids to get a good education.
The yougs nowadays are basically >muh heritage faggots, who don't speak the language and only know one or two traditional dishes
>muh heritage faggots, who don't speak the language and only know one or two traditional dishes
That is no difference from the ones here, sounds just like the italians and irish in America
I think they want to disassociate themselves with Brazil, to be associated with "better"/richer countries, but it is weird that it's most younger people... My ex was a full blooded jap, and his brother was totally muh heritage (and a weeaboo kek). Their mother (who grew in a small communitie and learned japanese as a child) on the other hand was ok with being brazilian, living here, and I never seem her talk about herself as japanese...
Curious fact: there was a jap communitie during WW2 that refused to believe Japan had lost the war. They thought it was propaganda to demoralize them. They went full retarded and started killing people who believed Japan had lost. there's a film, if you are interested.
>Curious fact: there was a jap communitie during WW2 that refused to believe Japan had lost the war. They thought it was propaganda to demoralize them. They went full retarded and started killing people who believed Japan had lost. there's a film, if you are interested.
That is actually fascinating, was there a lot of Japanese support for the axis during the war?
Can someone be a lad and put flags on my tree?
Not that I know of, but we don't learn about this stuff in school. Actually I had never given to much though to this subject... I know that people were forbidden to speak japanese but I don't know to what extent there was further persecution (if any)
Here you go lazy
Thanks for the info lad
>argentina was the future
here's expanded one, and correct one, oops
>argentina was the future
Well, it's true.
well, he lived in bumfuck nowhere mato grosso, near the border with bolivia.
one day he decided he was tired of that shit, packed his things and left for são paulo
he couldn't find and job and adapt to the big city so he went walking to bahia, doing small jobs to eat (he did it in the 1920's so even buses weren't that cheap
he stopped at a small city in bahia where he met my great-grandmother (who was the daughter of an italian guy that came to work at the mine there and brought his family with him)
he roamed around the northeast and finally settled with my great-grandmother some time later. like i put in the pic, she was disowned for marrying him but my great-grandfather was really well liked in the city at that point (everyone in the family still talks about how he was nice and pleasant to be around) so they didn't have trouble staying around
the city was going to make a big party when he was going to turn 100 (this was like 1999) but he died 3 days before
the city is boquira if you are interested
that's really cool. when I was a teen I dreamed about traveling the country by foot/hitchhiking...
Sometimes I still think about it.. maybe cross the state (PR) from east to west...