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130.       MarioninTurkey
6124 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 10:11 am

Quoting xkirstyx:

Guys, can you please not hijack threads all the time. It gets real tedious when we have to sift through 13 pages( sometimes more)half of which are just silly personal comments to eachother. Cant you use chat room, or private message or even just start a chatting thread? It's crazy how many of the threads on here that start of as interesting topics with interesting comments turn into pages and pages of nonsense from the same people all the time. Sorry to sound like a nag, but it is annoying.



Where's our sense of humour....sounds like it just had a failure.

Yes, I like serious debate. I like to be able to help people with tranlations. I pop in and out of class while I am doing other work on my computer, as it can be a nice change from doing finance, accounting and book ordering...

BUT often no one posts anything. I can click on 15 minutes or 20 minutes after my previous visit and the last sensible post was one I read ages ago: so I enjoy seeing what has gone on with the fun guys.

So: SUMMARY MESSAGE: If you don't like it ... don't try to stop the guys making us all smile, send some sensible posts yourselves.

e.g. How about asking how you say something, rather than just sending a five paragraph letter to be translated? etc etc

e.g. How about asking what the Turkish is for nag? And an example sentence of how it is used?

e.g. How about trying to write "FOR GOD'S SAKE STOP RUINING OUR THREAD" in Turkish, and ask someone to correct it for you...?

131.       Elisa
0 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 10:19 am

Quoting AEnigma III:

However, clearly, nobody ever searches old threads to find out things...



Don't generalize

Quoting AEnigma III:

otherwise we would not be discussing the SAME OLD SUBJECTS time and time again



I agree

Quoting AEnigma III:

So...threads are disposable! Sorry but its true.



No, that doesn't go for every thread. But they're only a minor part, that's a fact...

132.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 10:36 am

Quoting MarioninTurkey:

Where's our sense of humour....sounds like it just had a failure.

Yes, I like serious debate. I like to be able to help people with tranlations. I pop in and out of class while I am doing other work on my computer, as it can be a nice change from doing finance, accounting and book ordering...

BUT often no one posts anything. I can click on 15 minutes or 20 minutes after my previous visit and the last sensible post was one I read ages ago: so I enjoy seeing what has gone on with the fun guys.

So: SUMMARY MESSAGE: If you don't like it ... don't try to stop the guys making us all smile, send some sensible posts yourselves.

e.g. How about asking how you say something, rather than just sending a five paragraph letter to be translated? etc etc

e.g. How about asking what the Turkish is for nag? And an example sentence of how it is used?

e.g. How about trying to write 'FOR GOD'S SAKE STOP RUINING OUR THREAD' in Turkish, and ask someone to correct it for you...?



Obviously your sense of humor is alive and well!!!!

133.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 10:51 am

Quote:

Where's our sense of humour....sounds like it just had a failure.

Yes, I like serious debate. I like to be able to help people with tranlations. I pop in and out of class while I am doing other work on my computer, as it can be a nice change from doing finance, accounting and book ordering...

BUT often no one posts anything. I can click on 15 minutes or 20 minutes after my previous visit and the last sensible post was one I read ages ago: so I enjoy seeing what has gone on with the fun guys.

So: SUMMARY MESSAGE: If you don't like it ... don't try to stop the guys making us all smile, send some sensible posts yourselves.

e.g. How about asking how you say something, rather than just sending a five paragraph letter to be translated? etc etc

e.g. How about asking what the Turkish is for nag? And an example sentence of how it is used?

e.g. How about trying to write "FOR GOD'S SAKE STOP RUINING OUR THREAD" in Turkish, and ask someone to correct it for you...?



Ouh Marion I like this, BIG RESPECT
(Want to join my gang? lol )

134.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 11:07 am

Quote:

Quoting AEnigma III:

Where's our sense of humour....sounds like it just had a failure.

Yes, I like serious debate. I like to be able to help people with tranlations. I pop in and out of class while I am doing other work on my computer, as it can be a nice change from doing finance, accounting and book ordering...

BUT often no one posts anything. I can click on 15 minutes or 20 minutes after my previous visit and the last sensible post was one I read ages ago: so I enjoy seeing what has gone on with the fun guys.

So: SUMMARY MESSAGE: If you don't like it ... don't try to stop the guys making us all smile, send some sensible posts yourselves.

e.g. How about asking how you say something, rather than just sending a five paragraph letter to be translated? etc etc

e.g. How about asking what the Turkish is for nag? And an example sentence of how it is used?

e.g. How about trying to write "FOR GOD'S SAKE STOP RUINING OUR THREAD" in Turkish, and ask someone to correct it for you...?



Ouh Marion I like this, BIG RESPECT
(Want to join my gang? lol )



Watch your crown AEnigma dear...I see a pretender to the throne afoot!!

135.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 11:10 am

Quoting girleegirl:

Watch your crown AEnigma dear...I see a pretender to the throne afoot!!



lol lol
My crown keeps slipping lately

136.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 11:11 am

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting girleegirl:

Watch your crown AEnigma dear...I see a pretender to the throne afoot!!



lol lol
My crown keeps slipping lately



Always keep an ample supply of hair pins!!!!

137.       turquoise
938 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 02:07 pm

Quoting xkirstyx:

Guys, can you please not hijack threads all the time. It gets real tedious when we have to sift through 13 pages( sometimes more)half of which are just silly personal comments to eachother. Cant you use chat room, or private message or even just start a chatting thread? It's crazy how many of the threads on here that start of as interesting topics with interesting comments turn into pages and pages of nonsense from the same people all the time. Sorry to sound like a nag, but it is annoying.



ok ok sorry i wont post anymore cuz it causes trouble here lollol

138.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 02:10 pm

Quoting turquoise:

ok ok sorry i wont post anymore cuz it causes trouble here lollol



Yeah, you are only wanted around here when you translate their cute love messages lol

139.       turquoise
938 posts
 26 Aug 2007 Sun 02:14 pm

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting turquoise:

ok ok sorry i wont post anymore cuz it causes trouble here lollol



Yeah, you are only wanted around here when you translate their cute love messages lol



yeah sure thats why my posts making trouble among the girls right?

140.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 27 Aug 2007 Mon 09:02 pm

Jealousy and possessiveness is rampant in men who have little or no control in their own lives. I think it is unfair to say Turkish men are all this way. I can assure you that mine is not and we have been together many years. I do notice a big difference in men who are educated as opposed to men who are not. From what I have seen in my travels in Turkey is that life is not easy for the average Turkish man (or woman for that matter). Not all get the education they need and many of them never leave their small farming villages except during tourist season. My point is, if you are trying to have an intimate relationship with a man from a small Turkish village, who does not have an education, and has not left his village or experienced life outside of Turkey, then you are probably going to have to accept his old fashioned ways or get out of the relationship.

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