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    I can guess someones nationality, especially the girls by only their appearance, but when they speak it also confirms it, I tested this out several time and so far I have been right 7/7 times.

    How is this possible ?

    indicators that tell me a girl is Lithuanian

    1. Walk
    2. Posture/body language
    3. Hair..(helps but not massively)
    4. Face
    5. Hips(weird but I think they have different skeletons that is unique to them)
    6. style


    Most lithuanian girls are pleased when I ask if they are from Lithuania, apparently confusing them with Polish is a huge insult and they don't take it lightly, it might just end the conversation abruptly with a condescending side look.

    Am I the only one who is like this, I also notice other nationalities quite easily, like Chinese, I know the difference between a chinese and a japanese.
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    (Original post by Maths and cheesecake)
    I can guess someone's nationality, especially the girls by only their appearance, but when they speak it also confirms it, I tested this out several times and so far I have been right 7/7 times.

    Am I the only one who is like this, I also notice other nationalities quite easily, like Chinese, I know the difference between a Chinese and a Japanese.
    Different jawlines?
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    I mean I can tell the difference between an Eastern European and someone from England (I'm sure a lot of people can too). It's quite impressive that you can specifically identify a Lithuanian, unless you are Lithuanian yourself or have a lot of Lithuanian friends..
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    Nice ability, haha. Noticed that at myself, don't think that's weird or surprisingly
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    (Original post by JustVladon)
    Nice ability, haha. Noticed that at myself, don't think that's weird or surprisingly
    btw, living in Lithuania at the moment. There are lots of Russian and Lithuanian people. Isn't too difficult to recognise is it Lithuanian or Russian girl
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    (Original post by Maths and cheesecake)
    I can guess someones nationality, especially the girls by only their appearance, but when they speak it also confirms it, I tested this out several time and so far I have been right 7/7 times.

    How is this possible ?

    indicators that tell me a girl is Lithuanian

    1. Walk
    2. Posture/body language
    3. Hair..(helps but not massively)
    4. Face
    5. Hips(weird but I think they have different skeletons that is unique to them)
    6. style


    Most lithuanian girls are pleased when I ask if they are from Lithuania, apparently confusing them with Polish is a huge insult and they don't take it lightly, it might just end the conversation abruptly with a condescending side look.

    Am I the only one who is like this, I also notice other nationalities quite easily, like Chinese, I know the difference between a chinese and a japanese.


    Woah I didn't expect to see a post like that in this forum I'm Lithuanian but I've been living in Uk since I was 10 and can recognize peoples nationalities easily as well. This is because I used to live in East London and there were a lot of people from a different range of backrounds. Where are you from?
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    Eastern Europeans look quite distinctive tbh(The Polish can fool me at times though). White people don't all look the same.
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    They have different genes. Same way that single eyelids are common in Asia each country has specific genes common to them because they have common ancestors. There is also the culture they grow up in which affects how they act. Even if they live in a different country they still pick up things from their parents. So if you have enough experience being around people from a specific nationality, you can instantly recognise the similarities
 
 
 
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