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1.       kuskonmaz
37 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 11:13 am

Merhaba!

 

Very stereotypical of me, but...

 

A hundred English girls holiday in Turkey, and fall in love Turkish men. But I never hear of English boys going over to Turkey and falling hoplessly in love with Turkish girls? I suppose it does happen, but i presume it is rare, because i never hear of it? Why is that?

 

Is it because Turkish men are "romeo´s", and generally more romantic than English men? Or is it because Turkish girls are not available? Or...??

 

What are your thoughts? Opinions?

 

Katerina

 

 

 

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2.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 12:53 pm

Are you one of those who fell in love for Turkish Romeos´ ?

3.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 01:21 pm

We had here an english user who fell in love for a turkish girl...

4.       Kitsune
1 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 01:44 pm

i think it´s cause turks are up for romancing anything that walks; keeps them sharp. {#emotions_dlg.razz} i´ve dated a few turks and they´re very lovable, just like spanish men.

5.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 01:56 pm

 

Quoting ReyhanL

We had here an english user who fell in love for a turkish girl...

 

 and a lot of english speaking users who fell in love with turkish guys{#emotions_dlg.alcoholics}

6.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 02:57 pm

 

Quoting Kitsune

i think it´s cause turks are up for romancing anything that walks; keeps them sharp. {#emotions_dlg.razz} i´ve dated a few turks and they´re very lovable, just like spanish men.

 

 you are mistaken here!!! Spanish men are like Turkish men

 

the reason for that turkish society normally doesnt behave logically, they just behave how they feel generally we dont care the consequences of what we are doing at the moment that comes with going after your instincts and desires but this is what i examined on personal relationships... not in daily life routines...

 

but again there might be some exceptions or better upgraded models like me

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7.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 14 Dec 2009 Mon 03:02 pm

The reason is simple....

 

How many Turkish girls have you seen working in touristic places? In bars...restaurants... hotels... 

 

And when you look at the gender-composition of the tourist, you´ll also see a LARGE number of females

 

I have a bit ´behind the scenes´ knowledge on the whole Turkish boys-tourist girls relationships. Loads of boys are doing this as part of their business. Their bosses push them to flirt with the girls. Loads of times girls walk around in large groups, or are with families. The girls tell the group they´re with that they want to see Ahmet/Ozzy/Ali again, so the whole group goes back to the bar/restaurant where he works. And...spends a lot of money there. Sad situation, but it´s true.

 

I´m not saying every Turkish boy-foreign girl relationship is something that the Turkish boy pushed for because of business, but it is the large majority of the relationships. And the other relationships are just a matter of people being meeting eachother, which is difficult for the Turkish girls since they are simple not there.

8.       kuskonmaz
37 posts
 15 Dec 2009 Tue 03:52 pm

 

Quoting SuiGeneris

Are you one of those who fell in love for Turkish Romeos´ ?

 

 Haha, yes, i indeed fell in love with a Turkish Romeo. But im not the stereotypical drunken holiday maker who fell in love with a Waiter in Marmaris I have fallen in love with a respectable friend of my family´s. Well, so far he´s been respectable!

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9.       kuskonmaz
37 posts
 15 Dec 2009 Tue 03:56 pm

 

Quoting barba_mama

The reason is simple....

 

How many Turkish girls have you seen working in touristic places? In bars...restaurants... hotels... 

 

And when you look at the gender-composition of the tourist, you´ll also see a LARGE number of females

 

I have a bit ´behind the scenes´ knowledge on the whole Turkish boys-tourist girls relationships. Loads of boys are doing this as part of their business. Their bosses push them to flirt with the girls. Loads of times girls walk around in large groups, or are with families. The girls tell the group they´re with that they want to see Ahmet/Ozzy/Ali again, so the whole group goes back to the bar/restaurant where he works. And...spends a lot of money there. Sad situation, but it´s true.

 

I´m not saying every Turkish boy-foreign girl relationship is something that the Turkish boy pushed for because of business, but it is the large majority of the relationships. And the other relationships are just a matter of people being meeting eachother, which is difficult for the Turkish girls since they are simple not there.

 

What you say is very true, i don´t doubt it for one second. Its such a shame so many silly girls fall for these men. They dont understand its part of their job.

 

10.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 15 Dec 2009 Tue 08:27 pm

 

Quoting kuskonmaz

 

 

What you say is very true, i don´t doubt it for one second. Its such a shame so many silly girls fall for these men. They dont understand its part of their job.

 

 

 How nice to have both: job and pleasure 2 in 1

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