Being Turkish throws up a whole host of problems which can haunt you fro your whole life. Let’s take a look at some of those problems only Turkish people will understand.
They say home is where the heart is, and a Turkish home is no exception. It is the heart of every Turkish family and so I thought I would put together selection of ways you can tell if you are in a Turkish house…. Read more
All around the world non Turkish people are marrying Turkish people and its a wonderful thing to know there are other people that can actually put up with us.
Here are 10 things people should know before dating a Turk, just so you know what you are getting into.
1 – We have two settings: loud and louder. Buy ear plugs.
Travelling back to the motherland is always an event. Every summer Turks flock back to see their family and eat their own body weight in carbs.
Although its great to keep in touch with your roots and never forget your heritage, here are 5 problems people are faced with when they fly back to the motherland..
The fun begins when you land and get to customs. You will always be greeted with a look that says ‘Why have you have deserted your country?”
Let’s face it us Turks are loud people. We love to talk loud, eat loud and live loud. – even a conversation can be misconstrued as an argument to someone non Turkish.
The only thing louder than A Turks voice that they have access to on a regular basis is their car horn, and they use it with pride
Here are 5 reasons Turks use their car horn. (I can tell you now, none are for its actual purpose)
There is a pattern with Turkish weddings where you can almost pin point the songs that bands pull out when they feel the crowd are thinning out. (Usually it’s because food it being served)
As you know at Turkish weddings you don’t need much to get people dancing, but here are 7 tracks you will always hear at a Turkish wedding when the dance floor needs filling.
WARNING: Reading this post could cause your hips to begin and you may feel the urge to start throwing dollars in the air.
Recently I’ve been doing some research to find out the favourite position of Turks in the bedroom.
Due to Google crawlers, you need to scroll down a bit to find out so scroll down now to find out..
It seems my previous post about ‘Things You Should Never Say To A Turkish Dad‘ went down a treat, so I thought I would follow it up with part 2. What I have found is that it pretty much applied to all Dads around the world, not just Turkish Dads.
1 – Have you tried reading the instruction manual?
Let’s face it, us men in general are very stubborn when it comes to reading instruction manuals, Turkish dads especially. The amount of times I have tried to hand an instruction Manual over and heard those essential words from every Turkish dads vocabulary…. “Boşver”
You can never have enough Turkish problems being Turkish. Here are a few more.
1 – Never knowing which box to tick on an ethnic origin form
There is nothing worse than filling out those forms. Am I middle eastern, am I eastern European? Am I white? Am I mixed? Why isn’t there an ‘Other’ section?