pure mexican on both sides; born in murrika. raised with Spanish but can hardly speak it now
one side of the family is whiter than the other, which leads me to believe that they have more Spanish blood than indigenous Mexican blood. indeed, my last name is very similar to the name of a region in northern Spain/southern France
Pure german, I've actually seen my family tree (my grandpa had a copy on some really fancy paper) that dated back a few hundred years and, unless I overlooked, there were no (official) ancestors of mine of anything but german blood.
Worth noting, said grandpa actually was a "noble", Earl/Count Alfred von Häfen (not sure if Earl or Count is more valid, wikipedia isn't being helpful).
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I'm more Polish then German since my parents are from Poland (however, I'm Born in Germany[/edit]). But when I was born even in Poland I've still German roots because my paternal grandmother is German (you can know it since her last name is a german word). However, my last name is Germanised. Oh well, the only different is that the last letter is spoken like a normal "s" while Polish is spoken like an English "sh".
Edit: Funny fact: My Polish is worse then my English (I can't write Polish).
I'm half Mexican and half French, the former coming from my father and the later coming from my mother. I don't really feel French though since I've lived all my life in Mexico, but I can speak decent French.
None of my family mates I know were born out of this country, so I guess it's safe to say I'm fully Brazilian. Going a lot more far back in time there possibly are some people from Portugal (because colonization), but a Brazilian is be pretty much the mix of Portugueses and natives, so...