Brđanin that would be correct, only if we speak the same language, but we don`t. Serbian and Croatian are two separated languages. In 19. ct. and in both Yugoslavia they were artificially connected as "one language". Do you think that our twno nations spoke the "same" language 200-300 years ago? We today speak simmilar languages, but in the past…

I do not agree, simple because I perfectly understand modern Croatian. maybe we had similar languages 300 years ago, but now they are same with minor differences.
Don't get me wrong, i do not deny your language or anything. I just try to see thing with non-biased eyes and keep things straight.
Macedonian and Slovenian are similar to Serbian and Croatian though.

@ MegaArgus01 I am not interested in your petty idiocy and provocations.