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Things you hate (or don´t like) about Türks/Türkia
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1.       si++
3785 posts
 17 Dec 2011 Sat 11:12 am

Be sincere and speak up.

2.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 18 Dec 2011 Sun 01:19 am

OK I admit it...I HATE TURKISH DELIGHT!  It´s nasty.  Like a sticky lump of mildly flavored glue!  There...I said it.  Please don´t hate me now!  {#emotions_dlg.puking}

 

OK, while I am confessing...Turkish coffee is like drinking grainy motor oil and it gives me heart palpitations!  I usually take coffee with me when I go and I know its time to go home when I run out! {#emotions_dlg.lol_fast}

 

I feel so much better si++.  Thank you for giving me an opportunity to confess my unTurkish feelings!  

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3.       lemon
1374 posts
 18 Dec 2011 Sun 09:28 am

I dont like {#emotions_dlg.shy}  big Turkish noses.

4.       si++
3785 posts
 18 Dec 2011 Sun 11:07 am

 

Quoting Elisabeth

OK I admit it...I HATE TURKISH DELIGHT!  It´s nasty.  Like a sticky lump of mildly flavored glue!  There...I said it.  Please don´t hate me now!  {#emotions_dlg.puking}

Honestly, I don´t like it either and rarely consume. But there are some good kinds which you apperantly haven´t tasted.

 

OK, while I am confessing...Turkish coffee is like drinking grainy motor oil and it gives me heart palpitations!  I usually take coffee with me when I go and I know its time to go home when I run out! {#emotions_dlg.lol_fast}

I usually don´t drink coffee. Only rarely. It´s OK that you are not used to it. But it´s not that bad IMHO.

 

I feel so much better si++.  Thank you for giving me an opportunity to confess my unTurkish feelings!

Enjoy

 

 

5.       lemon
1374 posts
 18 Dec 2011 Sun 01:45 pm

wow, what a relief! --Ice approved the hate! My goodness!  Lisa was lucky, Mr Ice didnt like those things as well himself and was considerate allowing Lisa to hate.

{#emotions_dlg.razz} 

6.       bydand
749 posts
 18 Dec 2011 Sun 07:46 pm

They charge me £10 every time I enter the country.....usually about 3 times a year.   {#emotions_dlg.sad}

 

Where´s TheAe?  {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes} 

7.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 19 Dec 2011 Mon 02:13 am

She has set sail for calmer waters already.  However from her posts we can guess she doesn´t like dudus. {#emotions_dlg.lol_fast} 



Edited (12/19/2011) by Elisabeth

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8.       vineyards
1954 posts
 19 Dec 2011 Mon 01:46 pm

Though this is not specific to Turkey, my answer would be the tax system.

No matter how hard you work, how creative you get, what risks you may take, the tax man is always there to claim his big share. He is your natural partner who only reaps the benefits and stays away from all the risks.

Once the money is in his system. You have no control over it and he has no need to ever tell you. Your money probably travels from your pocket into that of some fat and ugly big shot favoured by the powers that be.

 

9.       si++
3785 posts
 21 Dec 2011 Wed 07:15 pm

 

Quoting lemon

I dont like {#emotions_dlg.shy}  big Turkish noses.

 

Come on lemon,

 

Is it only big noses that you don´t like about Türks? There must be more than that!

10.       alameda
3499 posts
 22 Dec 2011 Thu 12:26 am

I would like to see more dishes with out the nightshade plants.  Some of those are tomato, potato, bell peppers, onions and eggplant.....which I think make up the ingredients of most Turkish foods....Iman Baylildi in particular. It is delicous, but these ingredients make me ill.

 

 

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