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1.       Abla
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 05 Sep 2013 Thu 11:02 am

A lovely article about Istanbul street sellers. Learn who are eskici, hurdacı, simitçi, Çingene and bozacı.

 

http://www.insideoutinistanbul.blogspot.fi/2013/09/the-sounds-of-istanbul.html

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2.       thehandsom
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 05 Sep 2013 Thu 11:51 am

 

Quoting Abla

A lovely article about Istanbul street sellers. Learn who are eskici, hurdacı, simitçi, Çingene and bozacı.

 

http://www.insideoutinistanbul.blogspot.fi/2013/09/the-sounds-of-istanbul.html

 

Lovely article.

Though, the most common thing you  hear would be  ´Aygaz. dit dit dit´ from the pick ups, sound of ´bozaci´ would be very nice to hear. 

 

3.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 12:18 pm

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

Lovely article.

Though, the most common thing you  hear would be  ´Aygaz. dit dit dit´ from the pick ups, sound of ´bozaci´ would be very nice to hear. 

 

 

Andsom that dit dit dit i didn´t hear anymore.  

4.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 01:19 pm

 

Quoting Umut_Umut

 

 

Andsom that dit dit dit i didn´t hear anymore.  

 

Why is that? did they ban it becuse of the noise pollution?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E43rd5MVol4

5.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 01:26 pm

 

Quoting Abla

A lovely article about Istanbul street sellers. Learn who are eskici, hurdacı, simitçi, Çingene and bozacı.

 

http://www.insideoutinistanbul.blogspot.fi/2013/09/the-sounds-of-istanbul.html

 

Learn "hurdacı" first. try to avoid them if you see one on streets, if your age is above 50...



Edited (9/5/2013) by AlphaF

6.       stumpy
638 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 07:28 pm

Quote: AlphaF

Learn "hurdacı" first. try to avoid them if you see one on streets, if your age is above 50...

 

doesn´t hurdacı and eskici mean the same thing? 

7.       Abla
3647 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 09:40 pm

Quote: stumpy

doesn´t hurdacı and eskici mean the same thing?

hurdacı specializes in metal and iron I guess. That is why AlphaF said elderly ladies should watch out.

8.       stumpy
638 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 09:43 pm

I though it was junkman

9.       burakk
309 posts
 05 Sep 2013 Thu 10:10 pm

dont forget tayyip istifa sound

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10.       AlphaF
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 06 Sep 2013 Fri 11:19 am

 

Quoting stumpy

Quote: AlphaF

Learn "hurdacı" first. try to avoid them if you see one on streets, if your age is above 50...

 

 

doesn´t hurdacı and eskici mean the same thing? 

"Hurda" is any old commodity that can no longer be used for the original purpose it was produced (heavy damage, missing vital parts etc.)

"eski" is simply "old". An eski pair of shoes can still be worn while working in the garden.



Edited (9/6/2013) by AlphaF

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