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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuu-Ukko View Post
    I have to say that I was really really happy that I finally got this apology, birds were singing and all. But then that you'd right after this repeat your offense (call me creep).. that is just crushing and really low of you (Phew, such a rollercoaster!). It then made me question the whole seriousness of your apology and actually no, I don't think it was a serious apology. I really have to wonder why you would do this.. other than maybe you want to apologize me again maybe?
    If a Lithuanian apologizes too politely - means the apology is fake. Mine evidently wasn't. You can now go in peace!


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    Quote Originally Posted by link View Post
    If a Lithuanian apologizes too politely - means the apology is fake. Mine evidently wasn't. You can now go in peace!
    Aha okay, I get it. It seems I was just an idiot. Well I'm so so sorry for being a oof & maybe you forgive me maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veslan View Post
    Could be Mongoloid or Cro-Magnon influence.

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    Here's a video about folk clothing from Lithuania Minor:




    It should be pointed out that their traditions didn't disappear with the dissolution of East Prussia - Lithuanians from folk ensembles in Klaipeda's region still wear the local type of clothing rather than just some generic "Lithuanian-like" outfits, sing regional songs. What I mean to say is that there's no movement towards some unified Lithuanian folklore concept.


    For comparison, nearby Sudovians:


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    this goes for both Latvians and Lithuanians, Curonians Costumes

    national motto - Nordic wannabe-ism

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    Quote Originally Posted by link View Post
    Let's start with Samogitia:


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    Samogitia:

    Guess where these two are from





    The question is HOW?? Probably not via East Prussia because neither Lietuvininkai, nor Sudovians have anything like this. Latvia? Evi said they don't have it either - at least not the striped fabrics with so much red and yellow. Independent development then?
    BTW my Samogitian grandpa's Scando % has plummeted now that Belarusians were added as an Eastern European reference at 23andme - so, I was right all along: he doesn't have any Scandinavian ancestry, the projects of genome bloggers showed that already ages ago.




    On a different note, some from 20th century Aukštaitija (North-East Lithuania):
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...8299348&type=3










    A more recent footage from Aukštaitija:





    Now Dzūkija (South-East Lithuania):

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    Mažosios Lietuvos kultūros paveldas: vestuvės

    http://www.etnovestuves.lt/Page.aspx?PageID=3&LngID=LT

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