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Future telling by coffee ground?
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1.       Trudy
7887 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 11:06 am

Telling the future by reading the coffee ground is in some areas still in use in Turkey (and probably other countries too). I had my future told in Bursa with help of a friend who lives there to translate the answers of the lady who ´read´ my coffee ground. She saw a horse, a good sign for bachelors, meaning money, a house or a relationship is in the near future. Well, so far none of this happened. lol Though I believe as much in it as I believe in daily newspaper horoscopes (not), I find it funny and since that reading in Bursa I´ll always try to do it myself when I drink Turkish coffee. Problem is that my list of signs to interprete is very short. Does anyone know where I can find I list with many signs?

2.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 11:46 am

 

Quoting Trudy

Telling the future by reading the coffee ground is in some areas still in use in Turkey (and probably other countries too). I had my future told in Bursa with help of a friend who lives there to translate the answers of the lady who ´read´ my coffee ground. She saw a horse, a good sign for bachelors, meaning money, a house or a relationship is in the near future. Well, so far none of this happened. lol Though I believe as much in it as I believe in daily newspaper horoscopes (not), I find it funny and since that reading in Bursa I´ll always try to do it myself when I drink Turkish coffee. Problem is that my list of signs to interprete is very short. Does anyone know where I can find I list with many signs?

 

See Trudy, if you have been nice to me, instead of giving vinegars to me/ showing scary nails and kicking shoes etc, I could have send an email to my sister and ask her about those signs as she thinks that she is quite good on reading coffee cups..

3.       Trudy
7887 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 11:48 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

See Trudy, if you have been nice to me, <cut>

 

 

Anyone else without blackmailing intent who can help me? {#lang_emotions_cool}

4.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 11:54 am

 

Quoting Trudy

Thehandsom. I know I have not been nice to you in the past. But I promise I WILL CHANGE PLEASE help me? {#lang_emotions_cool}

 

Of course Trudy..

I am sending an email to my sister straight away..{#lang_emotions_angel}

5.       Trudy
7887 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 11:56 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

Of course Trudy..

I am sending an email to my sister straight away..{#lang_emotions_angel}

 

 Don´t bother. Changing words is the lowest one can do.

6.       cybernetics
753 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 12:17 pm

maybe this site can help..

 

maybe this one too..

7.       Trudy
7887 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 07:09 pm

Thanks for your help, Cybernetics. {#lang_emotions_flowers}

8.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 29 Aug 2008 Fri 07:14 pm

I have asked my sister and she thinks that the contents in those links are just simply NOT right..{#lang_emotions_super_cool}

9.       doudi94
845 posts
 30 Aug 2008 Sat 02:55 am

i knooow!! that coffee reading thing , i see them do it all the time! It looks so funny and sounds RIDICULOUS!!!! but i like to know from my cousin (who i know i sjust tricking me and doesnt know anthing herself) what its ays , and then we make fun of the things, lol!!! But i really like these traditional things , theyre a part of (my/our/their) culture, and i hope they never go away!!!!

Too bad i never drink coffee though

(my cousin reads my dads and my uncles cups )

10.       cybernetics
753 posts
 01 Sep 2008 Mon 10:58 am

 

Quoting Trudy

Thanks for your help, Cybernetics. {#lang_emotions_flowers}

 

 your welcome..

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