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      (Original post by rosewater1)
      True, I don't see any good qualities of a husband in either of them :lol:
      The fact that you took it seriously already excludes you from being wife material :laugh:
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        (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
        The funny thing is, neither of them are probably decent 'husband' material anyway :laugh:

        Anyway, I am good wife material. A freshie on the tube asked to marry me once, so he can vouch for that. :yes:
        You probably know. We know :laugh:

        If a freshie asked you to marry him you defo are NOT wife material

        At least better than rosewater

        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
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        Home fully they'll learn when using the washing machine through your smartphone becomes common place. Choosing which cycle of washing in between texting
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        Unlucky me, today I saw 2 girls in coffee shop at uni but I couldn't say hi, cos I was in a hurry I stared at one of the girls, she probably thought I'm crazy
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        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)

        You mean 'pide'?



        You mean 'mantı'?

        You're going to have to step your game up if you want to become good Turkish 'wife material'. :sigh:



        But you see them in TheGameOfScience? :curious:
        No, cheese toasties :cool: pide is too much effort

        But it takes so long to make :cry2:

        aww he's lovely (unlike some who are just rude...)

        i'm sure i'm going to make a brilliant turkish wife, and the washing machine is a complicated machine fyi
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        The fact that you took it seriously already excludes you from being wife material :laugh:
        :lol: you actually think that. how does it?
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        (Original post by rosewater1)
        No, cheese toasties :cool: pide is too much effort

        But it takes so long to make :cry2:

        aww he's lovely (unlike some who are just rude...)

        i'm sure i'm going to make a brilliant turkish wife, and the washing machine is a complicated machine fyi
        thank you rosewater, you are lovely too
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        (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
        I thought you'd learned your lesson when I demoted you from 'deputy'. Keep this up and I may have to exercise my authority over you once more. :whip2:



        :facepalm2:



        You mean 'pide'?



        You mean 'mantı'?

        You're going to have to step your game up if you want to become good Turkish 'wife material'. :sigh:



        But you see them in TheGameOfScience? :curious:
        i have amazing qualities, dont get jealous RamocitoMorales
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          (Original post by lNurl)
          Unlucky me, today I saw 2 girls in coffee shop at uni but I couldn't say hi, cos I was in a hurry I stared at one of the girls, she probably thought I'm crazy
          I take it you don't see girls very often.

          (Original post by rosewater1)
          But it takes so long to make :cry2:
          Tough. You're going to need something to do to take up all your free time as a housewife so you might as well start by preparing mantı. I hope to God the Turkish cuisine does not become completely ruined because the latest generation of women can't be bothered to prepare good food. :sigh:

          (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
          thank you rosewater, you are lovely too
          :facepalm:

          We'll make a man out of you yet.
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
          I take it you don't see girls very often.



          Tough. You're going to need something to do to take up all your free time as a housewife so you might as well start by preparing mantı. I hope to God the Turkish cuisine does not become completely ruined because the latest generation of women can't be bothered to prepare good food. :sigh:



          :facepalm:

          We'll make a man out of you yet.
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
          But you see them in TheGameOfScience? :curious:
          I do! He's cute

          (Original post by lNurl)
          Unlucky me, today I saw 2 girls in coffee shop at uni but I couldn't say hi, cos I was in a hurry I stared at one of the girls, she probably thought I'm crazy
          Unless you give us more details, we're gonna think you're crazy from this

          With me I was introduced to a tonne of people that work for the lab, but I'm bad with faces, and even worse with names, so unless I'm working with the person directly, I'm never quite sure if I've been introduced to them before. As a result, I'm madly saying hi to anyone with an ID badge for the company.

          There is one person, however, who I know for a fact I was properly introduced to and my office seat is near him. He never says hi or bye, so I say it extra loudly and annoyingly cheerfully to him, in hope that one day, this rude man will respond :moon:
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          (Original post by RamocitoMorales)

          Tough. You're going to need something to do to take up all your free time as a housewife so you might as well start by preparing mantı. I hope to God the Turkish cuisine does not become completely ruined because the latest generation of women can't be bothered to prepare good food. :sigh:


          Ouch,, though i actually do agree with you.
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          (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
          I do! He's cute



          Unless you give us more details, we're gonna think you're crazy from this

          With me I was introduced to a tonne of people that work for the lab, but I'm bad with faces, and even worse with names, so unless I'm working with the person directly, I'm never quite sure if I've been introduced to them before. As a result, I'm madly saying hi to anyone with an ID badge for the company.

          There is one person, however, who I know for a fact I was properly introduced to and my office seat is near him. He never says hi or bye, so I say it extra loudly and annoyingly cheerfully to him, in hope that one day, this rude man will respond :moon:
          I know, I was sad cos I couldn't say hi. They looked very nice type of girls, sometimes I hear Turkish girls using swearing/cursing words when they speak, I'm scared of these types, I totally expect them swear at me if I say hi
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            (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)

            There is one person, however, who I know for a fact I was properly introduced to and my office seat is near him. He never says hi or bye, so I say it extra loudly and annoyingly cheerfully to him, in hope that one day, this rude man will respond :moon:
            Good for him tbh :laugh:
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            (Original post by lNurl)
            I know, I was sad cos I couldn't say hi. They looked very nice type of girls, sometimes I hear Turkish girls using swearing/cursing words when they speak, I'm scared of these types, I totally expect them swear at me if I say hi
            Can't have been me then.

            i'm kidding If someone as sweet as you came up to me, I'd say hi
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              (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
              He's cute
              I couldn't come up with anything more degrading myself. :yucky:

              (Original post by rosewater1)
              Ouch,, though i actually do agree with you.
              You're bringing mantı to the next TSR Turkish Society meet. I don't care if it takes you hours or even days to make it. I don't want something out of a takeaway. I want to taste the blood, sweat and tears that goes into making it.

              (Original post by lNurl)
              ometimes I hear Turkish girls using swearing/cursing words when they speak, I'm scared of these types, I totally expect them swear at me if I say hi
              You want to speak to the Turkish girls who are actually from Turkey then. The British born ones (generally of Cypriot heritage) tend to be foul mouthed 'chavs' like hollywoodbudgie.

              (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
              If someone as sweet as you came up to me, I'd say hi
              You meeting lNurl would be like:

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              (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
              You're bringing mantı to the next TSR Turkish Society meet. I don't care if it takes you hours or even days to make it. I don't want something out of a takeaway. I want to taste the blood, sweat and tears that goes into making it.
              :holmes:

              You want to speak to the Turkish girls who are actually from Turkey then. The British born ones (generally of Cypriot heritage) tend to be foul mouthed 'chavs' like hollywoodbudgie.
              SUS LAN YOKSA KAFANI KESERİM

              That's how I speak in everyday speech. In fact, foul mouthed cypriots like me do not refer to their parents as 'anne ve baba', we just say 'lan' for everything.

              You meeting lNurl would be like:

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              (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
              I couldn't come up with anything more degrading myself. :yucky:



              You're bringing mantı to the next TSR Turkish Society meet. I don't care if it takes you hours or even days to make it. I don't want something out of a takeaway. I want to taste the blood, sweat and tears that goes into making it.



              You want to speak to the Turkish girls who are actually from Turkey then. The British born ones (generally of Cypriot heritage) tend to be foul mouthed 'chavs' like hollywoodbudgie.



              You meeting lNurl would be like:

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              why is it degrading?
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              (Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
              I do! He's cute



              Unless you give us more details, we're gonna think you're crazy from this

              With me I was introduced to a tonne of people that work for the lab, but I'm bad with faces, and even worse with names, so unless I'm working with the person directly, I'm never quite sure if I've been introduced to them before. As a result, I'm madly saying hi to anyone with an ID badge for the company.

              There is one person, however, who I know for a fact I was properly introduced to and my office seat is near him. He never says hi or bye, so I say it extra loudly and annoyingly cheerfully to him, in hope that one day, this rude man will respond :moon:
              aha thank you, your cute too
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                (Original post by TheGameOfScience)
                aha thank you, your cute too
                You could have done so much better. So much wasted potential there :sigh:
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                  (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
                  the latest generation of women can't be bothered to prepare good food. :sigh:
                  This. cba to prepare good food :sigh:

                  Then you live you off bread and complain about how fat you are getting :laugh:
                 
                 
                 
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