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"Actually, Tommy, we're just about full-blooded management, except for your grandfather on your mom's side, who was one-quarter labor."
Tags:class difference, class differences, working class, working classes, middle class, middle classes, blue collar, blue collar worker, blue collar workers, white collar, white collar worker, silver spoon, silver spoons, manager, managers, management, born manager, born managers, calling, pedigree, pedigrees, family history, family histories, family tree, family trees, family business, family businesses, dad, dads, father, fathers, son, sons, heritage
Jimmy, Sixth-Generation Pain in the Ass.
"It belonged to my great great great. . . . creepy Uncle Edgar."
Tags:ancestor, ancestors, ancestry, headhunter, headhunters, head-hunter, head-hunters, headhunting, head-hunting, creep, creeps, hunting trophy, hunting trophies, heirloom, heirlooms, family heirloom, family heirlooms, inheritance, spear hunting, spear hunter, relative, relatives, great uncle, great uncles, family history
"He may be only a junior partner, but remember - his mother destroyed half of Tokyo."
Tags:movie, movies, film, films, japanese, dinosaur, dinosaurs, monster, monsters, tokyo, japan, ancestor, ancestors, law firm, law firms, family, family history, families, partner, partners, office, offices, businessman, businessmen, business, businesses, executive, executives, lawyer, lawyers, solicitor, solicitors, attorney, attorneys, barrister, barristers
'Dad, have you ever thought about researching our family tree?'
'I think you'll be interested in the next patient. He's ninety two years old and accompanied by his parents.'
"Never forget where you came from, son."
Tags:pigeon, pigeons, bird, birds, feed the birds, feeding the birds, birdmen, birdman, roots, history, personal history, family history, where you came from, remember, remembering, forget, forgetting, social mobility, socially mobile, difficult beginning, difficult start, father, fathers, son, sons, advice, fatherly advice
"I got my DNA analysis back. Guess what - I'm a Hapsburg."
Tags:relationship, relationships, love, marriage, marriages, married life, couple, couples, husband, husbands, wife, wives, spouse, spouses, science, biology, genetics, gene, genes, dna, d.n.a., dna testing, genetic testing, analysis, result, results, history, historical, ancestor, ancestors, ancestry, family tree, genealogy, genealogist, genealogists, family history, lineage, hapsburg, hapsburgs, family, families, royal, royalty, regal, crown, crowns
"My mom was a Holstein-Friesian, and my dad was the King of Diamonds."
Tags:animal, animals, talking animal, talking animals, cow, cows, cattle, livestock, card, cards, playing card, playing cards, breeding, lineage, ancestor, ancestors, relative, relatives, holstein-friesian, king of diamonds, diamond, diamonds, king, parent, parents, parentage, dairy, farm, farms, farmer, farmers, family tree, family history
"Your old Jewish mother with some pickled herring, sir. To remind you of your roots,"
Tags:businessman, businessmen, jewish mother, jewish mothers, jewish, pickled herring, roots, origins, ancestry, family history, culture, cultures, tradition, traditions, cultural food, cultural foods, jewish delicacies, jewish cuisine, family, families, kid, kids, child, children, adult kid, adult kids, adult child, son, sons, parent, parents, parenting, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, mothers, motherhood, mother-son relationship, mother-son relationships, homecooking, homemade
Tags:ancestor, ancestors, ancestry, family tree, family trees, relative, relatives, relation, relations, family, family life, family-life, extended family, extended families, uncle, cavemen, caveman, cavewomen, cavewoman, tribe, tribes, neanderthal, neanderthals, prehistory, family historian, family historians, family history
"Ordinarily, I'm deeply, completely happy, ...then, wham! I remember we're related to chickens."
Your DNA on a Stick
"Damn, I forgot to get her kugel recipe."
Tags:hospital, hospitals, sick, sickness, ill, illness, medical, medicine, patient, patients, death, dead, dying, family, families, grandmothers, grandma, grandmas, nan, nans, nana, nanas, grandparent, grandparents, passed away, food, homecooking, home cooking, homemade, family recipe, family recipes, cooking, recipe, recipes, lost, gone forever, forever lost, forgot, forgotten, selfish, self-serving, self-centred, grieving the loss, mourning the loss, mourning, grieving, bereaved, crying, sad, depressed, depression, kugel, kugel recipe, regret, regrets, visiting, visitor, visitors, son, sons, adult kids, grand-son, grand-sons, grandchild, parent, parents, kids, kid, child, children, lost knowledge, knowledge lost, family history
"Son, now that you've turned sixty there are a few things you should know about the family."
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"My family's been working this land for at least 400 years...!"
'Scientists at the Human Genome Project have located a gene that makes us want to constantly look for our name on search engines.'
"Neat ancestors - biological?"
'I traced your genealogy. Better have a seat.'
"First, I want you to cut way back on the Ancestry.com."
Tags:family tree, family trees, genealogy, genealogist, genealogists, family-tree, family-trees, family history, family histories, addict, addicts, addiction, addictions, screen time, screentime, screen-time, website, websites, ancestor, ancestors, ancestry, gp, gps, checkup, checkups, check-up, check-ups, check up, check ups, physical, physicals
"I hope you don't mind me saying but I think your husband might have got the wrong end of the stick about this tracing your ancestors thing."
"I think my grandmother might have married him and brought him home after the war, since then he's just been sat by the fire..."
Dave's most treasured possession was the picture he had of his great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather.
"Has anyone in your family ever had a history of exercise?"