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Male-Female Friendships in Turkey
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50.       aenigma x
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 12:31 am

Quoting robyn :

apparently the police force is renound for it..


Hehehe wasn't it you and/or Kai who were recently trying to convince us that UK police were honest and respectable?

51.       robyn :D
2640 posts
 06 Dec 2006 Wed 12:31 am

Quoting aenigma x:

Quoting robyn :

apparently the police force is renound for it..


Hehehe wasn't it you and/or Kai who were recently trying to convince us that UK police were honest and respectable?


no that was kai..i said the opposite

52.       kai
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 11:30 am

Quoting robyn :

Quoting aenigma x:

Quoting robyn :

apparently the police force is renound for it..


Hehehe wasn't it you and/or Kai who were recently trying to convince us that UK police were honest and respectable?


no that was kai..i said the opposite



Actually it was Keith that said that and I along with others put him right

Only a few off all I know are genuine all the rest are exactly like you descirbed unfortunatly.

53.       aenigma x
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 12:28 pm

Quoting kai:

Only a few off all I know are genuine all the rest are exactly like you descirbed unfortunatly.



Seems my memory is failing me then . Unfortunately I can't be bothered to check back through posts...

54.       kai
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 12:46 pm

Quoting aenigma x:

Quoting kai:

Only a few off all I know are genuine all the rest are exactly like you descirbed unfortunatly.



Seems my memory is failing me then . Unfortunately I can't be bothered to check back through posts...



Aww don't worry Aenigma i forgive u lol

if i remember correctly i was asking for peoples opinons about the police in their country and Keith said they were very bad ubnlike England's and said something about a childs program and I said they are nothing like that.

55.       sophie
2712 posts
 06 Dec 2006 Wed 01:07 pm

Back to the subject (but again off topic ), I agree with Aenigma. 99% of the cases are not what they appear to be.

A year or two earlier, I would agree with everybody else who said that there CAN be real and close friendship between a man and a woman. Now, after my best friend of 23 years confessed that what he was dreaming was to be more than a friend to me, I have to shut up and be a little more sceptical, when it comes to "real" frieships.

However, I have to agree with Libralady too, on what makes a man a better company than a woman. As for the friendships she is describing, yes, they exist and they are not rare, but I think they are not so close ones.

As for such relationships in Turkey, well maybe they exist. But from what I ve heard and seen, people are negative and suspicious about them.

56.       aenigma x
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 01:19 pm

Quoting sophie:

However, I have to agree with Libralady too, on what makes a man a better company than a woman. As for the friendships she is describing, yes, they exist and they are not rare, but I think they are not so close ones.



+100 I definitely prefer male friends to female ones and I don't really know why, but I think it is the humour. There are a few exceptions to this rule (Twinny included).

57.       sophie
2712 posts
 06 Dec 2006 Wed 01:27 pm

Quoting aenigma x:


There are a few exceptions to this rule (Twinny included).



**big fat smile**

58.       aenigma x
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 01:29 pm

Actually I just thought about it and I DO KNOW why I prefer male friends - they are NOT boring !

59.       Capoeira
575 posts
 06 Dec 2006 Wed 02:42 pm

Quoting aenigma x:

Actually I just thought about it and I DO KNOW why I prefer male friends - they are NOT boring !



+1 Right, because with the male friends you have the best of both worlds. You get great conversation, another perspective on things and at times you get to flirt and be flirted with! It's ALL good!

Oh just to keep it on topic...I think this includes the Turkish male friends as well...and well internet friends...I'm not sure I can exclude them either

60.       aenigma x
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 06 Dec 2006 Wed 02:46 pm

Quoting Capoeira:

Quoting aenigma x:

Actually I just thought about it and I DO KNOW why I prefer male friends - they are NOT boring !



+1 Right, because with the male friends you have the best of both worlds. You get great conversation, another perspective on things and at times you get to flirt and be flirted with! It's ALL good!



Actually Capoeira, I have a feeling you would be another exception to this rule

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