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10.       elmoh76
5 posts
 25 Feb 2005 Fri 07:55 pm

The only thing i dont like is when he gets his english mixed up for example he was at work the other nite and sent me a text saying he was naked that worried me i texted back why are u naked at work? He said oh i am so tired my baby what he ment to say was he was knackered it was so funny.

11.       Elisa
0 posts
 25 Feb 2005 Fri 10:40 pm

Then you should read this story:
http://www2.egenet.com.tr/mastersj/personal-10-turkish-experiences.html#special%20syrup

There are other funny stories on that webpage as well.

Elisa

12.       Sertab
136 posts
 26 Feb 2005 Sat 06:19 pm

(: Elisa I read those stories some time ago.. some of them r really funny n help u to see life in Turkey in a deeper way.
Btw that site is great!

13.       Elisa
0 posts
 26 Feb 2005 Sat 07:32 pm

It is, isn't it? I bet it takes a year or more before you read and studied everything that's on it. But then again I don't think that's the goal, I think most of the stuff on it is intended to be used in an encyclopaedic way, my honest opion (phew, heavy words for a flu-patient

14.       guzel kiz
0 posts
 28 Feb 2005 Mon 03:46 am

TrueorFalls, I don't like that they are too nice to all of the girls. It makes it hard to tell whether they like you or they are just nice because you are a girl. But it can be a good thing too. It's just a metter of oppinion.

15.       salmonte
1 posts
 24 Apr 2005 Sun 05:47 am

One of the only things I don't like about Turkish guys is that they jump to love demonstrations too quickly. American guys are mostly reluctant to say I love you, however, Turkish guys seem to say it almost right away. It makes it seem like they take it too lightly or that they don't really mean it.

16.       duskahvesi
858 posts
 24 Apr 2005 Sun 11:51 am

hehe
i only said "i love you" just 5 times in my life.. i am 24...

17.       Rogue
4 posts
 24 Apr 2005 Sun 06:45 pm

Turkish men have a propensity to proclaim their love to women in a relatively short space of time mainly because they're such passionate people by nature. Turkish people in general, take the notions of personability and hospitability to new heights - and Turkish men can quickly become 'close' to those that they care about. They are less likely than their Western counterparts to be dishonest about how they feel. They are not afraid to express their emotions. I love you all...

18.       Seticio
550 posts
 25 Apr 2005 Mon 08:04 am

he he and sometimes 'I love you' is the only thing that some Turkish boys can say in English

19.       llconnie
3 posts
 25 Apr 2005 Mon 04:02 pm

20.       duskahvesi
858 posts
 25 Apr 2005 Mon 05:10 pm

hehe
i havent had any foreigner gf
so i cant say anything about it

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