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100.       MaviBeyaz
8 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 12:42 am

Quoting catwoman:

Quoting thehandsom:

-a Turkish girl wont open her legs easily.


Then there is a HUGE difference between Turkish girls and Turkish boys. :-S


hehehe
do turkish boys open legs easily ?
what happens when they open their legs

101.       mylo
856 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 12:48 am

They start talking sense?

102.       ahalliwell
745 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 12:51 am

Quoting mylo:

They start talking sense?




ok mylo where have you been during this convo lol or u on night duty again !!

103.       mylo
856 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 12:55 am

No had a couple of hit jobs on crooked Home Office workers,stakeout,inform,kill in that order,so i've been a bit busy as there are so many of themlol

104.       ahalliwell
745 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 01:07 am

Quoting mylo:

No had a couple of hit jobs on crooked Home Office workers,stakeout,inform,kill in that order,so i've been a bit busy as there are so many of themlol




does that mean i gotta start hiding out now

105.       alameda
3499 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 01:48 am

Quoting femme_fatal:

people
why dont you take into consideration that there also could be horrible families that no elder would want to stay with?



How true! Elder Abuse is a big problem.

One has to evaluate the environment that produced them. It's not just the family, it's the whole societal infrastructure.

106.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 02:23 am

Quoting Elisabeth:

I can only speak from my own experiences, I had the "burden" of growing up with my Grandmother living with me. I learned to sew, garden, cook, I learned the wonderful stories of her past and the history of my family. She even taught me how to read music and play the mandolin.



+1000
I would do everything possible to ensure that my parents are not "put" into homes. I am glad to say that none of my grandparents had to be moved from their homes before they died because of the help our family gave them and their houses were always full of us kids "bothering" them!

There is a tendency in our society to dismiss old people as lesser people just because they may not understand latest technology or are hard of hearing. I always talked to my grandparents as PEOPLE never old-people and learned so much from them. There is STILL much you can learn from someone who has life experience. We never avoided any subject (do we assume they never had sex, boyfriend/girlfriends or experienced the same things as us? : D )

They gave their lives to their children and grandchildren - is it such a "burden" to give them a little help when they need it in their old age?

107.       egyptian_tomb
318 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 04:31 am

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting Elisabeth:

I can only speak from my own experiences, I had the "burden" of growing up with my Grandmother living with me. I learned to sew, garden, cook, I learned the wonderful stories of her past and the history of my family. She even taught me how to read music and play the mandolin.



+1000
I would do everything possible to ensure that my parents are not "put" into homes. I am glad to say that none of my grandparents had to be moved from their homes before they died because of the help our family gave them and their houses were always full of us kids "bothering" them!

There is a tendency in our society to dismiss old people as lesser people just because they may not understand latest technology or are hard of hearing. I always talked to my grandparents as PEOPLE never old-people and learned so much from them. There is STILL much you can learn from someone who has life experience. We never avoided any subject (do we assume they never had sex, boyfriend/girlfriends or experienced the same things as us? : D )

They gave their lives to their children and grandchildren - is it such a "burden" to give them a little help when they need it in their old age?




i am not sure that is how E meant it. I think from the sounds of it she enjoyed much of what she learned from her grandmother. i think? :-S

108.       justinetime
1018 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 05:32 am

Quoting thehandsom:

Quoting Leelu:

Quoting thehandsom:

I think my experience with Turkish girls wont count as I am Turkish man. Sorry


sure it will .. go ahead thehandsom start it off ..


Well..
I dont want to fill up this site's mysql database with my memoirs. (already throwing errors from time to time. It wont be able to cope with my writings)
But in order to keep the subject alive (and flamed ), I can say that Turkish girls are much better in bed then you western girls. So do not be surprised when a Turkish man leaves you for his ex Turkish gf or his wife.
lol


hmmmm.... turkish women who don't open their legs easily, are good in bed??? :-S lol lol lol anyway... so turkish men just want to have sex with western girls even if they are not completely satisfied... i mean compared to turkish girls...( oh this isn't meant to be an insult for western girls, and turkish girls also... just a comment from the previous post. ) hmmmmm.... men... tsk tsk tsk....

109.       femme_fatal
0 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 10:34 am

Quoting justinetime:


hmmmm.... turkish women who don't open their legs easily, are good in bed??? :-S lol lol lol anyway... so turkish men just want to have sex with western girls even if they are not completely satisfied... i mean compared to turkish girls...( oh this isn't meant to be an insult for western girls, and turkish girls also... just a comment from the previous post. ) hmmmmm.... men... tsk tsk tsk....


loved it!
a really good post, just in time!

110.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 14 Nov 2007 Wed 10:38 am

Quoting egyptian_tomb:

i am not sure that is how E meant it. I think from the sounds of it she enjoyed much of what she learned from her grandmother. i think? :-S



Yes - I was agreeing with her!

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