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    I have created a new group for all people with totally British and Irish ancestry.
    The idea is that we gather together all of our results for various Gedmatch calculators and compare them. I would like to put together some averages for each region and find out exactly what variation is going on within the British Isles. Any other suggestions are most welcome.

    The group is open to anyone with ancestry exclusively within GB/Ireland, but also anyone of totally British and Irish ancestry in North America or Aus/NZ. To be honest I am not sure entirely how many members there are that have the right ancestry, it may be that only 5 people are able to join and so it will mostly be a waste of time.

    Please join, then enter your location and results in the group discussion. Thank you.

    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/group.php?groupid=208

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny View Post
    I have created a new group for all people with totally British and Irish ancestry.
    The idea is that we gather together all of our results for various Gedmatch calculators and compare them. I would like to put together some averages for each region and find out exactly what variation is going on within the British Isles. Any other suggestions are most welcome.

    The group is open to anyone with ancestry exclusively within GB/Ireland, but also anyone of totally British and Irish ancestry in North America or Aus/NZ. To be honest I am not sure entirely how many members there are that have the right ancestry, it may be that only 5 people are able to join and so it will mostly be a waste of time.

    Please join, then enter your location and results in the group discussion. Thank you.

    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/group.php?groupid=208
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    I'm out, I have Spanish & native American, and some northern euro and ah hell , I'm just a mutt. don't like tea and crumpets anyways, ( whatever those are).

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    Thanks for an invite to the group! Technically i don't think i'm 100% UK/Ireland, as i think have distant ancestry from the Near East on my father's side, and the Caucasus on my Mum's side. But both fit within the range of British Isles people genetically, and all our documented ancestry is from those areas, so i've still posted in the group threads. Looking forward to this - Should hopefully create a decent source of information if you get enough people involved.

    By the way my mum's sister is also going to be taking a test sometime soon, so i'll add that when it happens.

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    My wife and I are both 90%+ English according to Dr. McD, and that seems to bear out when messing with different plots, with my wife seemingly more so than me. That is not 100% though. My wife has some French and I have some German. Good luck with your group though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Opie View Post
    I'm out, I have Spanish & native American, and some northern euro and ah hell , I'm just a mutt. don't like tea and crumpets anyways, ( whatever those are).
    It's ok, tea and crumpets are only one section of the society. Most people are happy to spend their evenings at the pub drinking, smoking, complaining about foreigners and talking about the football. That's at least two options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opie View Post
    I'm out, I have Spanish & native American, and some northern euro and ah hell , I'm just a mutt. don't like tea and crumpets anyways, ( whatever those are).
    I don't know why crumpets aren't popular in America, they are a perfect conduit for butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny View Post
    I don't know why crumpets aren't popular in America, they are a perfect conduit for butter.
    I had to google it, looks like an English muffin. I really don't know if I like them or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opie View Post
    I had to google it, looks like an English muffin. I really don't know if I like them or not.
    You should try one - Not dry though, like Jonny says crumpets & butter is the best way, or you can also have butter and honey, or butter and jam if you want a bit more flavour.
    It's difficult to describe what they taste like, but they are fairly soft and fluffy, a bit like pancakes texture-wise, but not the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEJJ View Post
    You should try one - Not dry though, like Jonny says crumpets & butter is the best way, or you can also have butter and honey, or butter and jam if you want a bit more flavour.
    It's difficult to describe what they taste like, but they are fairly soft and fluffy, a bit like pancakes texture-wise, but not the same.
    Are they like a breakfast thing like tortillas? Or English muffins too, I fry an egg with ham & cheese and hot sauce and make it a sandwich . Is it like that?

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