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    (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
    We don't start any words with ğ either. But for ı, I can think of 'Ilık', off the top of my head.
    it will be ilıq in azeri =)
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    (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
    Usually, yes :sexface:

    Pity most are chavs :sigh:
    So true
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      (Original post by bluebubblegum)
      So true
      Turkish boy right here, not a chav... :sexface:

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      ...but not attractive either. :cry:
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      (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
      Turkish boy right here, not a chav... :sexface:

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      ...but not attractive either. :cry:
      pics!
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        (Original post by lNurl)
        pics!
        If I must...

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        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
        If I must...

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        Soo intriguing, I actually new this would happen
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        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
        Little to no one here care that Galatasaray have been drawn with Chelsea, and Trabzonspor with Juventus; the corruption scandal that is going on in Turkey's parliament; Turkey's involvement in Syria; its inclusion in MINT; nor share experiences of trips to Turkey; the history of the Ottoman Empire, Great Seljuk Empire, the Gokturk Empire; the linguistics of Turkish and its connections with the other Turkic and Altaic languages;....

        ...No, it's kebap. It's only ever about kebap! :cry:
        You can go on. I'd like to listen to you.

        (Original post by lNurl)
        Guys, quick question, but be honest please, If non Turk (but Turkish speaking) heard you speaking Turkish and came up to you and said hi, what would you think?? I saw few Turks around the uni, I really wanted to go to them, say hi, but then they might think differently and I end up embarrassing myself. There is no Turkish society in my uni btw
        I'd love it. It is an amazing thing to meet someone who is not from Turkey and speaks Turkish, even if you are from a turkic country. So, try it.
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        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
        If I must...

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        You should of uploaded a pic of your hand holding a flare :rofl:

        (Original post by bluebubblegum)
        So true
        Also I note that most men from Turkey have an obsession with getting with a blonde blue eyed chick. No wonder loads of women in Turkey dye their hair blonde.
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        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
        If I must...

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        Wow, i'm sure you have no trouble with the ladies :sexface:
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        (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)

        Also I note that most men from Turkey have an obsession with getting with a blonde blue eyed chick. No wonder loads of women in Turkey dye their hair blonde.
        Yes i think so too. Not sure why though(brunettes are hotter ), i guess it's exotic for them. I always thought it was just that they liked European chicks because they're "easy" (some tourists, anyway).

        I don't think blonde hair looks good on the majority Turkish women, especially those who are tanned and have dark eyebrows and eye colour.
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        (Original post by bluebubblegum)
        Yes i think so too. Not sure why though(brunettes are hotter ), i guess it's exotic for them. I always thought it was just that they liked European chicks because they're "easy" (some tourists, anyway).

        I don't think blonde hair looks good on the majority Turkish women, especially those who are tanned and have dark eyebrows and eye colour.
        My dad says, men like eastern European girls not because they are "easy" but because in comparison to turkish/azeri (culturally they are somewhat same) they show more love and passion not just respect.
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        (Original post by lNurl)
        My dad says, men like eastern European girls not because they are "easy" but because in comparison to turkish/azeri (culturally they are somewhat same) they show more love and passion not just respect.
        When you say show more love and passion, do you mean they're easier/better to bed? I don't know, they like to go on holiday to Turkey quite a lot and i have seen how they behave on their nights out, and thats one of the reasons i think they're liked.
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        (Original post by bluebubblegum)
        When you say show more love and passion, do you mean they're easier/better to bed? I don't know, they like to go on holiday to Turkey quite a lot and i have seen how they behave on their nights out, and thats one of the reasons i think they're liked.
        I did not ask that bit from my dad, I suppose in general. but you know, most men in our part of the world have double standards, "I can, you cant". They want "pure" and "innocent" wife for their children, but at the same time someone confident, attractive and interesting. I am not saying all of them like that,maybe I am mistaking, but I guess it's pressure from society which dictates who men should marry who he should date and have fun with.
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          (Original post by lNurl)
          Soo intriguing, I actually new this would happen
          Are you calling me predictable? :eyebrow:

          (Original post by bluebubblegum)
          Wow, i'm sure you have no trouble with the ladies
          You know me, I've got it all. Good looks and women love it when I tell them I'm leader of the Turkish society on TSR. :smug:

          (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
          Also I note that most men from Turkey have an obsession with getting with a blonde blue eyed chick. No wonder loads of women in Turkey dye their hair blonde.
          I don't find blonde women attractive, at all.

          There's actually a 'famous' question in Turkey, among men, that goes: 'Esmermi, sarışınmı?'

          (Original post by bluebubblegum)
          I don't think blonde hair looks good on the majority Turkish women, especially those who are tanned and have dark eyebrows and eye colour.
          I'd agree with you, but then I'm not really a fan of blonde hair in general. There are also many naturally blonde women in Turkey (as well as red heads and gingers).

          (Original post by INurl)
          My dad says, men like eastern European girls not because they are "easy" but because in comparison to turkish/azeri (culturally they are somewhat same) they show more love and passion not just respect.
          Sorry, no, I don't think this is true. 'Love and passion' are two qualities that are most certainly not associated with blonde hair. In fact, it's quite the opposite.

          I'll side with bluebubblegum on this one with regards to their reputation of being 'easier to bed'.

          (Original post by INurl)
          I did not ask that bit from my dad, I suppose in general. but you know, most men in our part of the world have double standards, "I can, you cant". They want "pure" and "innocent" wife for their children, but at the same time someone confident, attractive and interesting. I am not saying all of them like that,maybe I am mistaking, but I guess it's pressure from society which dictates who men should marry who he should date and have fun with.
          Yes, I'd agree that this is a great tragedy of our society.

          I don't know what the women are like in Azerbaijan but Turkish women, in a way, bring it upon themselves. Have you ever tried joking with Turkish women? They appear to have absolutely no sense of humour and are the only 'objects' in the universe to have reached zero kelvin. The very thought of their coldness makes me shiver. Perhaps if they hopped off their high horses there wouldn't be as much desire to meet the more approachable blondes off the boat from Russia. It's a rather peculiar situation as Turkish men are their complete opposites: among the friendliest people you're likely to meet on the face of the Earth.
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
          I don't find blonde women attractive, at all.

          There's actually a 'famous' question in Turkey, among men, that goes: 'Esmermi, sarışınmı?'
          I know, and then when you say 'sarisin' then go :borat:

          Most Cypriot guys I know prefer the whole med look so perhaps this is due to the influence of your other side

          I don't know what the women are like in Azerbaijan but Turkish women, in a way, bring it upon themselves. Have you ever tried joking with Turkish women? They appear to have absolutely no sense of humour and are the only 'objects' in the universe to have reached zero kelvin. The very thought of their coldness makes me shiver. Perhaps if they hopped off their high horses there wouldn't be as much desire to meet the more approachable blondes off the boat from Russia. It's a rather peculiar situation as Turkish men are their complete opposites: among the friendliest people you're likely to meet on the face of the Earth.
          If I agrue back on this point, you'll use it as evidence that Turkish women can't take a joke... Well played.

          (Original post by lNurl)
          true true, but I speak turkish too, A* from A levels proud... but when I am nervous I will mix up azerbaijani to turkish
          That's amazing! (Better than what I got in Turkish A level )
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
          Are you calling me predictable? :eyebrow:



          You know me, I've got it all. Good looks and women love it when I tell them I'm leader of the Turkish society on TSR. :smug:



          I don't find blonde women attractive, at all.

          There's actually a 'famous' question in Turkey, among men, that goes: 'Esmermi, sarışınmı?'



          I'd agree with you, but then I'm not really a fan of blonde hair in general. There are also many naturally blonde women in Turkey (as well as red heads and gingers).



          Sorry, no, I don't think this is true. 'Love and passion' are two qualities that are most certainly not associated with blonde hair. In fact, it's quite the opposite.

          I'll side with bluebubblegum on this one with regards to their reputation of being 'easier to bed'.



          Yes, I'd agree that this is a great tragedy of our society.

          I don't know what the women are like in Azerbaijan but Turkish women, in a way, bring it upon themselves. Have you ever tried joking with Turkish women? They appear to have absolutely no sense of humour and are the only 'objects' in the universe to have reached zero kelvin. The very thought of their coldness makes me shiver. Perhaps if they hopped off their high horses there wouldn't be as much desire to meet the more approachable blondes off the boat from Russia. It's a rather peculiar situation as Turkish men are their complete opposites: among the friendliest people you're likely to meet on the face of the Earth.
          I agree with you in the first one, I understood it wrong, I was saying in general why Turkish men prefers Easter European, but topic was about blondes my bad

          Second one, I agree, but let me explain it, in Azerbaijan in general (not everyone ofc) expects girl not even smile to men (might give wrong signals), it's not like girls prefer it that way, it's the society pressure. I don't have great knowledge about Turkish culture, from what I saw in TV/films/drama, it is kinda similar to our culture. Turkish men wouldnt marry to a girl who has close boy friend friends, turkish men wouldnt want her wife to have any boy friend friends, turkish men would prefer a girl who have never dated.

          In general, in our societies, girls do want to get married at some point, they want to have family and kids. If men were more open minded about who they want to marry, then I can tell you, Turkish wonmen are very warm, kind hearted people I have met. In the UK I met 4-5 turkish girls, and they all were awesome people, haha that's why I want to be friends with them, and say "hi" when I see them
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            (Original post by bluebubblegum)
            When you say show more love and passion, do you mean they're easier/better to bed? I don't know, they like to go on holiday to Turkey quite a lot and i have seen how they behave on their nights out, and thats one of the reasons i think they're liked.
            Why the obsession with "easier to bed"?

            No, they are generally more feminine which is why ALOT of men prefer them
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              (Original post by S-man10)
              No, they are generally more feminine which is why ALOT of men prefer them
              I beg your pardon, but are you implying that blonde women are more feminine? :curious:

              (Original post by INurl)
              Second one, I agree, but let me explain it, in Azerbaijan in general (not everyone ofc) expects girl not even smile to men (might give wrong signals), it's not like girls prefer it that way, it's the society pressure. I don't have great knowledge about Turkish culture, from what I saw in TV/films/drama, it is kinda similar to our culture. Turkish men wouldnt marry to a girl who has close boy friend friends, turkish men wouldnt want her wife to have any boy friend friends, turkish men would prefer a girl who have never dated.
              Now I think this would be acceptable if the said woman was married, let's say, but suppose she wasn't. The only way plausible for a Turkish man to attain the kind of girl you have described would be through an arranged marriage (which does happen in Turkey). This is how society functions throughout much of rural Turkey, but even in a cosmopolitan city like Istanbul where arranged marriages are not the norm, this attitude still persists. I can tell you that most Turkish girls do have lots of male friends, but their groups are very cliquey and while the men in these groups remain approachable, the women are not so (and they do not have the excuse of seeking to avoid male interaction). They remain cold to the bone.
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                (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
                I beg your pardon, but are you implying that blonde women are more feminine? :curious:
                Nothing to do with that
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                  (Original post by S-man10)
                  Nothing to do with that
                  Then please clear up for me which group it was that you believed to be more feminine?
                 
                 
                 
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