Made Up Tales Of Countries History

Discussion in 'History' started by nz male, May 30, 2013.

  1. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    Do you sometimes wonder how these made up stories of how certain cultures arrived in your country or another & tell tales of different things that happened & they believe in them & try to convince others that it happened ?
  2. Gongshaman

    Gongshaman Modus Lascivious

    For example...?
  3. wiccan_witch

    wiccan_witch Senior Member

    Are you referring to the Maori?
  4. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    Some of their stories / legends do sound a bit far fetched & yet they believe in what has been passed down thru their ancestors.
    Although that's part of their culture & other countries have their own beliefs of how their own ancestors tell stories that are sound unbelievable or just myths ?
    There are some great things the Maori have done in NZ & overseas which gets plenty of great comments.
  5. Irminsul

    Irminsul Valkyrie

    "Local Maori beats up wife"
  6. Mike Suicide

    Mike Suicide Sweet and Tender Hooligan

    I fail to see how this thread relates to blowjobs, anal sex or seducing married women?
  7. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    i would think that pretty much anything that is passed down through multiple generations will end up changing pretty significantly after a while. sort of like playing telephone.

    sometimes when i look at young women or girls of a certain culture, i notice that their buttcrack is very nicely shaped. and if they see me staring and take it as a compliment, that's ok too?
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    deleted Visitor

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  9. wiccan_witch

    wiccan_witch Senior Member

    I don't think it's too different to white men in ships coming over to the Maori and convincing them to believe in a man in the sky whose son can walk on water, rose from the dead and ascended to heaven.

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