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So, I don’t think Premium Believe Santa Hat Elf Rudolph Candy Merry Christmas Shirts anyone confuses the two words accidentally. I do think it’s stupid to think of someone as an immigrant to America if they were born there, however. I see what you mean. Everyone is, as you said it, ultimately a descendant, after all. Although, then again, “X-generation immigrants” are just descendants from people who immigrated at a more recent time, rather than tracing themselves back to random English kings from centuries ago. Then again, I’m overthinking this. Everyone is! My mom was a second-generation native-born American whose grandparents were all immigrants.
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