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Temel Joke
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1.       tunci
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 13 Mar 2013 Wed 05:42 pm

 

A man asked Temel ; 

Why you "blacksea people"  always reply questions with questions ? 

Temel replied ;  Why do you ask that ?    

 

 

 

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2.       Efi70
85 posts
 13 Mar 2013 Wed 08:34 pm

I do the same {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}  hehe maybe i should search  for my true origin {#emotions_dlg.lol_fast}


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3.       tunci
7149 posts
 13 Mar 2013 Wed 11:05 pm

 

Quoting Efi70

I do the same {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}  hehe maybe i should search  for my true origin {#emotions_dlg.lol_fast}


 

Lazsın sen o zaman  

Fadimesin yani  [ Fadime is a name of female character of black-sea woman]

 

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4.       Efi70
85 posts
 13 Mar 2013 Wed 11:28 pm

In Greece, we also have jokes about Pontian people(Karadeniz people){#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

5.       vona
150 posts
 14 Mar 2013 Thu 01:48 am

 

Quoting Efi70

 

In Greece, we also have jokes about Pontian people(Karadeniz people){#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

 

 

My guess is that temel who is the most common male character in the jokes about "Pontian people" is Rum. ( Yun romiós ῥωμιός (Doğu) Romalı Yun themélio θεμέλιο temel taşı, heykel veya sütun kaidesi << EYun themélios líthos θεμέλιοσ (λίθο&sigma a.a.EYun títhēmi, the- τίθημι, θε- koymak ) (http://www.nisanyansozluk.com/?k=temel) And the way Temel speaks Turkish is exactly how a Rum speaks Turkish.     

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6.       Efi70
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 14 Mar 2013 Thu 10:15 am

Yes, you are right....i just didn´t want to mention it in this site,cause some people may think that i act provokative here,because of my origin

Βut yes,greek people talk turkish this way....and not only tutkish   



Edited (3/14/2013) by Efi70

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7.       AlphaF
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 14 Mar 2013 Thu 11:16 am

 

Quoting Efi70

Yes, you are right....i just didn´t want to mention it in this site,cause some people may think that i act provokative here,because of my origin

Βut yes,greek people talk turkish this way....and not only tutkish   

 

They actually dont.....You´d never mistake a citizen from Blacksea for one with Greek origin, by their dialects.

One thing that gives away Turkish citizens whose mother tongue is Greek is, they never for example say

"Okula gidiyorum"

For some reason, it is always "Okulda gidiyorum" for them. Even those getting top grades in Turkish Literature classes cant avoid this error in daily speech. That obviously is not a LAZ mistake.

 



Edited (3/14/2013) by AlphaF

8.       vona
150 posts
 15 Mar 2013 Fri 02:52 am

 

Quoting Efi70

Yes, you are right....i just didn´t want to mention it in this site,cause some people may think that i act provokative here,because of my origin

Βut yes,greek people talk turkish this way....and not only tutkish   

 

I understand you being cautious because of your origin, but, as a black sea man, I do not have to be Every corner of black sea still smell pontus but Turks keep their eyes closed to this fact.  

I think, for instance, horon is a Pontic Greek dance.

No matter if it is performed by Greeks or Turks I love pontian dances and no matter if it is played by a Greek or Turk I love to hear kemendze, the traditional instrument of Pontic Greeks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHIhjfGK0RA

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9.       Efi70
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 15 Mar 2013 Fri 02:32 pm

Vona,you spoke logicaly. Many people -not only Turkish ofcourse-are afraid of historic truth and facts. But history cannot change ...we can tell lies to ourselves but deep inside us we all know the events. Even ancient and Byzantium  ruins can talk. As a grand-daughter of Minor Asian Greeks i have heard many stories about that land. I respect Turkish people and i hope to respect me in return..and i really wish both nations forget and forgive each others in order to moove on peacefully. Maybe iam a dreamer...but i really want that day to come...

10.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 15 Mar 2013 Fri 02:46 pm

 

Quoting Efi70

Vona,you spoke logicaly. Many people -not only Turkish ofcourse-are afraid of historic truth and facts. But history cannot change ...we can tell lies to ourselves but deep inside us we all know the events. Even ancient and Byzantium  ruins can talk. As a grand-daughter of Minor Asian Greeks i have heard many stories about that land. I respect Turkish people and i hope to respect me in return..and i really wish both nations forget and forgive each others in order to moove on peacefully. Maybe iam a dreamer...but i really want that day to come...

 

I share your dreams and think now is a good time to cooperate and be friendlier to each other...

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