What skill and/or trait do you think you most inherited from one of your ancestors and why?

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KL70    0

What serious or humorous skill and/or trait do you think you most inherited from one of your ancestors and why?

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firey    3,644

The ability to not die before procreating.

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+Zagadka    1,954

Cooking food is a critical development often overlooked. I mean, people say fire, but the art of knowing cooking meat is on its own.

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Astra.Xtreme    2,167

I can run much faster than the average human.  Not quite to Usain Bolt or Olympian level, but I was a combo-breaker in a collegiate 100m dash. :rofl:

I'm of Western European descent, so who knows where that comes from.

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T3X4S    4,512

Considering my scottish and native american ancestry, I'd say the affinity for alcohol is "quite strong with this one".  But since I dont drink, I'd have to add, with all honesty... sense of adventure. ( Joseph Walker was a direct relative.)

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Eternal Tempest    549

Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. A Blessing and a Curse.

The "hyper focus" part goes well with computer, technology and troubleshooting.

 

ADD / ADHD is real. Brain scans have confirmed it.

I don't consider it a defect, but it's out of sync with society expectation norms.

It can cause people to think your lazy, that it's a "character / moral" defect.

It's not the inability to focus, it's the inability to control your focus.

 

In a nutshell, ADD / ADHD means your brains just wired differently.

A lot of successful CEO's have it, they just have the support personal / staff to keep them on point.

 

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