In the 1730s, a seven-year-old English girl washed up on the shores of West Africa and was adopted by her rescuers. She became the wife of a Prince and started a dynasty that extends into many of today's Xhosa royal families. Due to her recessive gene, now and then a child is born in the area with bright blue eyes. The article that goes along with this photo is also quite interesting

image ©Vanessa Bristow, Whether the result of ocular albinism or a recessive gene from a shipwrecked English female who was adopted by Xhosa royalty in the the child has stunningly bright blue eyes

Cute amigurumi

Galna i Garn. Laura- very sweet, and lovely colours. You could make for Rose? PS I can feel myself getting sucked into this craze for these little crocheted figures- forgot what it's called, arogumi or something!

CROCHET ANGELS - Per prev.pinner: Aren't these lovely? I wish the pattern was in English.

CROCHET ANGELS - Per prev.pinner: Aren't these lovely? I wish the pattern was in English. ❤ Love these angels❤

cool ... witzig ... knuddelig ... praktisch ... oder einfach nur inspirierend ...

"Do you speak English" "See I so out?" (only German speaking will understand this :) )

10 Egal-wie-Witze, die Dich definitiv zum Lachen bringen

10 Egal-wie-Witze, die Dich definitiv zum Lachen bringen

'Mercedes' in German sounds like they're saying 'more CDs'. No matter how many CDs you have, Carl Benz has more CDs.

Map of dialects in Germany. German men are so manly.

training ohne geräte

Training ohne Geräte - die 10 besten Übungen

Someone who can’t do anything right is called an “Arschgeige,” which translates as “ass violin.”

Someone who can’t do anything right is called an “Arschgeige,” which translates as “ass violin.” I work with people every day.

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