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10.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 17 Dec 2012 Mon 12:59 pm

 

Quoting MilesTraveller

This topic made me so sad.. One of the things i always am afraid of,and one I face a  lot.
I always see it as the relationship in a class.There are students,the teacher and the subject.
The teacher tries to do his job,teaches. Subject is always stable,pure but not every student understands it. Not every one of them passes the test. And because of some fools, it usually is either the teacher or the subject who gets blamed.

There are 2 kinds of faiths. First one is called imitated faith. This is no more than traditions. You do what you see from the elder generations without questioning and understanding.
It is like eating a ready-cooked meal.You wouldn´t know whats inside of it,you wouldnt know how its made but you eat it.And the second one is called verified faith.By this one you actually know what you believe in.You never eat the meal without questioning and understanding.You know how its made,why its made.You know the ingredients.And you are able to make it on your own.A delicious one! We people do not easily appreciate something if we have it for a long time. But one you feel the lack of it,you start to appreciate.

I think we all need empathy.If you ask almost all men in Turkey ,they wouldnt like the idea of their sisters having a relationship with other guys.Both physical and emotional.But most of them tend to have a relationship with other girls.such a contradiction..

For more than hundred years our people included me raised as an ignorant folk.But things are changing,I have seen it with my eyes.There are beautiful seeds planted in Turkey and they are growing.I hope you´d have the chance to see it yourself one day.

I am so sorry for what those have done to you.I wish it never happened.and I hope it did not leave a bad influence on you about Turks and Islam ( though im afraid it did )
I hope you´d get to meet some nice people from Turkey

 

It is neither religiously correct nor socially polite to question degree or strength of other peoples´ religious beliefs.

Assuming you have brains, you are perfectly free to decide what is good for you - about bad Turkish men.

With a little further brain exercise you may come to realize that not all Turkish men can possibly be the horrible wolves as you believe...You can then ask yourself why you always seem to attract the horrible kind. Is there anything you can do to improve yourself, so you get to meet the better ones ?

 

Believe it or not, this is empathy and experience speaking here....

 

 



Edited (12/17/2012) by AlphaF
Edited (12/17/2012) by AlphaF

11.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 17 Dec 2012 Mon 01:34 pm

 It is not easy to have sex in Turkey.

 

Its a pity you dont listen to our Priminister. His advice is that you get married at once, if that is your problem. You can have three kids, a lot of financial misery, but sufficient sex.

{#emotions_dlg.owned}



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12.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 17 Dec 2012 Mon 03:44 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

 It is not easy to have sex in Turkey.

 

Its a pity you dont listen to our Priminister. His advice is that you get married at once, if that is your problem. You can have three kids, a lot of financial misery, but sufficient sex.

{#emotions_dlg.owned}

 

no money = no marriage = no sex = no shame

13.       stumpy
638 posts
 17 Dec 2012 Mon 05:08 pm

Quote: gokuyum

no money = no marriage = no sex = no shame

no fun

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14.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 17 Dec 2012 Mon 06:06 pm

 

Quoting gokuyum

 

 

no money = no marriage = no sex = no shame

 

Keep your way of life normal, simply change the priminister...

15.       roxanatv
47 posts
 17 Dec 2012 Mon 09:29 pm

Like I wrote on my post... I´m not SAYING all turkish guys are like that, but the ones I´ve encountered via.(internet) were like that..... the ones I know in person are way different... shy,respectful, friendly, etc... 

My guess is that they act different in real life than they do on-line.  

 

 

16.       Faruk
1607 posts
 23 Dec 2012 Sun 02:56 am

 

Quoting roxanatv

Like I wrote on my post... I´m not SAYING all turkish guys are like that, but the ones I´ve encountered via.(internet) were like that..... the ones I know in person are way different... shy,respectful, friendly, etc... 

My guess is that they act different in real life than they do on-line.  

 

 

 

I think becaue the ones you saw in person were the successful ones and had been to differnet places than other lazy perverts. These guys probably don´t have any job or they don´t do anything else after work so they just go online, go to a web site where they can communicate with foreign girls and try to get them. The internet is probably full of them but I don´t think the chance of getting a girl is more than one in a million.

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