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John
66 Croydon, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 35 - 65
Best feature: My Smile
Liam
26 Eastbourne, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Seeking: 18 - 56
Best feature: My Smile
hello i'm into science maths video games i love playing star trek online i mostly spend time learning history of our Anglo-Saxon ancestors and learning Old english now our ancestors were from some of the most powerful tribes Saxons, Frisians, Angles, and Jutes...Angles and Jutes came from Denmark Saxons from Saxony Frisians from Frisia the Celtics (scottish and welsh) killed all the people that lived here before we came 2000 years later ( in the year of 450) and forced the Celtics to live in scotland and wales we have called ourselves English (Anglisc) for 1100 years as our Ancestors called it Anglaland or Seaxland meaning (Land of the Angles or Land of the Saxons) we were extremely isolated as we had a pure hate towards Europe well this view hasn't really changed as we remained very isolated into 1950's well we were very active when it came to military action as we have an empire, things our Anglo-Saxon ancestors did and loved we use to grow our hair very long,we did a lot of crafting, we loved war, we hated everyone,we had to die in battle to join our gods, ..... our gods were Wōden (ᛥᛦ) þunor (ᚬᚴ) and tīw (ᚻᛄ) ..... wōden (god of wisdom and death) þunor (protector) tīw (god of war).....we stopped writing in Runes and replaced them around the year of 1035 with what i've writen in Old english my name in runes (ᛤ ᚸ ᚠ) well my last name since it has had only one letter removed now our names have changed a lot an example (wuffa pæga gæga godgifu wemba pybba) old english}ne sceal no to hatheort ne to hrdwyrde ne to wac wiga ne to wanhydig wyrd bid wended hærde ne se hyge helpe gefremman ure ghylc sceal ende gebidan worolde modern english}should not be too hot hearted nor too hasty with words neither too weak a warrior nor too reckless ....well i sip some water now in Old english (wel ic sūpe sum wæter nū) my king sang a song (min kuning sang sang) hello in Old english (wes þu hāl) i am (ic am) tree (treow or treo) who (hwa) bow (bōga) dog (sē hund or þā hundas and dōcga ) wolf (wulf) good morning (godne morgen) She (Heo) you (gē)

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