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10.       doudi94
845 posts
 03 Oct 2008 Fri 09:50 pm

OOOH MAN!!!

MY dad got me somw turkish liras for my birthday

(itw as the ebst present EVER!)

and now i guess ill never be able to use them if thyre changing them!

Thats sooo unfair! I just got them

(my birthday was in september )

Now ill ahve to make my dad et some more lol

ill justw ait till banks here have it

 

11.       sonunda
5004 posts
 03 Oct 2008 Fri 09:53 pm

 

Quoting doudi94

OOOH MAN!!!

MY dad got me somw turkish liras for my birthday

(itw as the ebst present EVER!)

and now i guess ill never be able to use them if thyre changing them!

Thats sooo unfair! I just got them

(my birthday was in september )

Now ill ahve to make my dad et some more lol

ill justw ait till banks here have it

 

 Calm down dear! Marion says you can spend them up until the end of 2009.

 

12.       doudi94
845 posts
 03 Oct 2008 Fri 09:57 pm

 

Quoting sonunda

 Calm down dear! Marion says you can spend them up until the end of 2009.

 

YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!

(clapping lol)

inshallah ill bethere in the summer

But im not planning on spending them ANYWAY, theyre special

my friend shes soooo lucky!!

She went to Istanbul for bayram vacation, but shes only spending 5 days, WHATEVER GOOD ENOUGH!!!

Ill make do with anything!!!

I cantw ait till she comes back!!!

13.       lady in red
6947 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 12:48 am

200 lira notes! {#lang_emotions_sad}  Round here they pull their faces in the shops if you give them a 50!  How are they ever going to have change for 200 ( and this is the supermarkets I´m talking about - not just the small shops!).

14.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 12:54 am

 

Quoting lady in red

200 lira notes! {#lang_emotions_sad}  Round here they pull their faces in the shops if you give them a 50!  How are they ever going to have change for 200 ( and this is the supermarkets I´m talking about - not just the small shops!).

 

 Ever been to Istanbul? Try Baðdat Caddesi, show them 200 and they´ll ask you for more

 

 

I never had trouble with 50 though in supermarkets in izmir. Neither in small shops, but now that I come to think of it, that might be because of the ´goods´ I used to get there.

 

I get your point though.

15.       catwoman
8933 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 12:56 am

 

Quoting Deli_kizin

 Ever been to Istanbul?

 

I doubt she has... {#lang_emotions_confused}

16.       fagulp
59 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 01:09 am

We will not be able to say YE-TA-LE anymore? {#lang_emotions_razz}

17.       lady in red
6947 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 01:11 am

 

Quoting catwoman

I doubt she has... {#lang_emotions_confused}

 

 I have!  I have!  Twice!! {#lang_emotions_rant}- but I wasn´t grocery shopping there!!

18.       catwoman
8933 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 01:15 am

 

Quoting lady in red

 I have!  I have!  Twice!! {#lang_emotions_rant}- but I wasn´t grocery shopping there!!

 

That´s what I mean dear. Since you weren´t grocery shopping, it doesn´t count! {#lang_emotions_satisfied_nod}

19.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 01:16 am

 

Quoting lady in red

 I have!  I have!  Twice!! {#lang_emotions_rant}- but I wasn´t grocery shopping there!!

 

 Neither was I. That´s why I needed over 200 ytl

20.       MarioninTurkey
6124 posts
 04 Oct 2008 Sat 08:46 am

 

Quoting Deli_kizin

 Neither was I. That´s why I needed over 200 ytl

 

 If you have ever had to buy something really big, and they insist on cash, you would be pleased to have 200 TL note.  It makes the carrier bag of money half the size !!!!

 

I had to put 5000 pound deposit (in TL) on a house in cash, and I ran from my bank to my car, and then from my car to the sellers office as I was terrified of losing this great big bag of money.

 

We missed paying the National Insurance payment for our staff last December, as the bank had a problem with their system on the 31st.  Silly me I had left it to the last day.  If you make a late pament (i.e. a payment the next month) you cant do it by bank transfer.  You have to go to the National Insurance office with cash.  So I sent two members of staff with 3500 YTL. They linked arms and held the carrier bag tight between them.

 

 

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