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    I've never seen this thread that lively in last 2-3 years
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    (Original post by bluebubblegum)
    thanks so much for this!! really appreciate it
    your truly welcome
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      (Original post by lNurl)
      I've never seen this thread that lively in last 2-3 years
      I think it was once. But an average of a 1000 posts a year is a low
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      (Original post by lNurl)
      I've never seen this thread that lively in last 2-3 years
      i just made it lively
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      (Original post by lNurl)
      I've never seen this thread that lively in last 2-3 years
      This is what happens when I return
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      (Original post by lNurl)
      I've never seen this thread that lively in last 2-3 years


      (In reality, I really hate these things. One of my mum's friend's bathroom has got a massive one painted on the wall so basically when you're peeing you just see this massive eye looking at you :afraid:)

      (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
      in all honesty dude, she is probably smarter than both of us combined!!! and i dont know why you think she is not intelligent, i didnt mean that in a sarcastic sense i am genuinely serious.
      I'm really not, though it's kinda cool (and a bit weird, not gonna lie) that someone has so much confidence in me

      (Original post by S-man10)
      don't think you are smart enough to say that :mmm:
      Leave him alone, me and TheGameOfScience stick up to each other now :whip:
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        (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)


        (In reality, I really hate these things. One of my mum's friend's bathroom has got a massive one painted on the wall so basically when you're peeing you just see this massive eye looking at you :afraid:)



        I'm really not, though it's kinda cool (and a bit weird, not gonna lie) that someone has so much confidence in me



        Leave him alone, me and TheGameOfScience stick up to each other now :whip:
        I hate those eyes. The bathroom is the worst place to have one

        And sad someone has so much confidence in you :mmm:
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        (In reality, I really hate these things. One of my mum's friend's bathroom has got a massive one painted on the wall so basically when you're peeing you just see this massive eye looking at you :afraid:)



        I'm really not, though it's kinda cool (and a bit weird, not gonna lie) that someone has so much confidence in me

        Sorry if i came across as weird aha, your welcome though, you are intelligent, i bet so many more people have confidence in you as well you have accomplished a lot academically be proud of yourself



        Leave him alone, me and TheGameOfScience stick up to each other now :whip:
        YESSS exactly!!!! :cool: so hush mr s dude
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        (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
        (In reality, I really hate these things. One of my mum's friend's bathroom has got a massive one painted on the wall so basically when you're peeing you just see this massive eye looking at you :afraid:)
        haha, i dont like massive ones, but i like tiny ones on jewellery ^^
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        (Original post by lNurl)
        haha, i dont like massive ones, but i like tiny ones on jewellery ^^
        Aynen, it looks nice as jewellery or a small home decor. You can usually tell someone's Turkish if they're wearing it, but I've seen people on tv wearing it also
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        I saw so many turks in London speaking in "mixed language" eng+turkish, and they make it sound so smooth like its a separate language
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          (Original post by lNurl)
          I saw so many turks in London speaking in "mixed language" eng+turkish, and they make it sound so smooth like its a separate language
          I think the unofficial name for it is 'Turkglish'. The reason it may sound 'so smooth' is because English nouns are conjugated in the Turkish way, for instance 'running shoes'larını unutma, tonight biz kızların peşinde koşup ikimize birer tane yakalayacağız. I'll show you how to make a güzel Kıbrıs kız kebabı'.
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
          I think the unofficial name for it is 'Turkglish'. The reason it may sound 'so smooth' is because English nouns are conjugated in the Turkish way, for instance 'running shoes'larını unutma, tonight biz kızların peşinde koşup ikimize birer tane yakalayacağız. I'll show you how to make a güzel Kıbrıs kız kebabı'.
          And I think it's only the UK born or raised from very young age speak like that. Because when I speak, I sometimes use english words, but 1. it never fits into sentence smoothly, 2. I say that word because I dont know the translation
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          (Original post by lNurl)
          And I think it's only the UK born or raised from very young age speak like that. Because when I speak, I sometimes use english words, but 1. it never fits into sentence smoothly, 2. I say that word because I dont know the translation
          Speaking macaronically or writing so, isn't specific to the U.K. I do it with my Norwegian at times. Also Turks have a relatively long history of emigrating to England.

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            (Original post by lNurl)
            So you are coming to live in Azerbaijan then?
            If you're inviting me, sure. :borat:

            (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
            in all honesty dude, she is probably smarter than both of us combined!!!
            hollywoodbudgie I think you've got a secret (or not so secret) admirer. :giggle:

            (Original post by Akkuz)
            Istanbul is great to visit. But not to live. Even people who live there, say the same thing to me.
            Now, now Akkuz, let's not get carried away and assume that your opinion is universal for everyone. I know people who say the opposite.

            (Original post by Akkuz)
            If you live in Istanbul, you need to relatively close to where you work, otherwise life is hell, spent on sweaty minibuses.
            And where is life in London spent? That's right, enclosed in those sweaty non-airconditioned cans like sardines.

            (Original post by bluebubblegum)
            Or a glimpse of the British passport.
            Tried that, didn't work. :sad:
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            (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
            If you're inviting me, sure. :borat:
            I am definitely inviting you to visit as a tourist U will love it
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            What's so good about Azerbaijan lol.

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            What's so good about Azerbaijan lol.

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            Sea, Weather, Food, People, Hospitality, Types of attraction, types of tourism e.g: Beach holidays, adventure holidays, cultural holidays (or mixed).

            It's good, because it is different! not like any other homogeneous tourist destination. Transport is cheap, so you can even visit most part of the country in a week.

            Respect and Help towards tourist (anyone else too).

            Language: Most young people can speak reasonable Russian, English and Turkish.
            And another point: tourism is not the main or only income for the country. We invite people who wish to see beauties of the Azerbaijan, if you don't want to come, we have tons of oil to sustain the country

            And we have our own currency which can compete with dollar and pound sterling, however it's slightly lower in value in comparison with pound, which means it's benefical for the UK tourist to visit Azerbaijan.

            *Azerbaijan Tourism Board hire me*
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            (Original post by lNurl)
            Sea, Weather, Food, People, Hospitality, Types of attraction, types of tourism e.g: Beach holidays, adventure holidays, cultural holidays (or mixed).

            It's good, because it is different! not like any other homogeneous tourist destination. Transport is cheap, so you can even visit most part of the country in a week.

            Respect and Help towards tourist (anyone else too).

            Language: Most young people can speak reasonable Russian, English and Turkish.
            And another point: tourism is not the main or only income for the country. We invite people who wish to see beauties of the Azerbaijan, if you don't want to come, we have tons of oil to sustain the country

            And we have our own currency which can compete with dollar and pound sterling, however it's slightly lower in value in comparison with pound, which means it's benefical for the UK tourist to visit Azerbaijan.

            *Azerbaijan Tourism Board hire me*
            Rampant ethnic discrimination towards Kurds, Armenians etc... You know. I would like to actually to see the topography of Azerbaijan and architectural sites too. What part are from?

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