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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby kurupetos » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:29 pm

tsukoui wrote:
kurupetos wrote::lol: I remember these silly posts in the past. Only difference they were delivered by YFred.

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:lol: :lol: :lol:


There is nothing silly about the first idea. I have been saying that both languages should be compulsory for years. Some sad people think that it is selling out. I have learned about twenty Turkish words and already I am teaching the Turkish shop keepers round me a little Greek.

As to intermarrying, these things should be allowed to happen naturally. Religion is the major sticking point. That's why we should all be communists :lol:

Didn't you say you are on medication? :lol:
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby Maximus » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:56 pm

it should not have to be made compulsory, I mean, Why not include English as well then. They can all be options but one option must be taken.

In an ideal world if relations with Turkey were normalized, many Greek Cypriots may choose to learn Turkish for the economic benefit on their own and vice versa. Why make anyone do anything, each to their own I say.
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby tsukoui » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:13 pm

kurupetos wrote:
tsukoui wrote:
kurupetos wrote::lol: I remember these silly posts in the past. Only difference they were delivered by YFred.

cyprus27092.html

:lol: :lol: :lol:


There is nothing silly about the first idea. I have been saying that both languages should be compulsory for years. Some sad people think that it is selling out. I have learned about twenty Turkish words and already I am teaching the Turkish shop keepers round me a little Greek.

As to intermarrying, these things should be allowed to happen naturally. Religion is the major sticking point. That's why we should all be communists :lol:

Didn't you say you are on medication? :lol:


Bill's the one suggesting LSD. I've yet to find a medication that truly works. I'm still a virgin. My Cuban friends keep suggesting viagra.
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby tsukoui » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:18 pm

Maximus wrote:it should not have to be made compulsory, I mean, Why not include English as well then. They can all be options but one option must be taken.

In an ideal world if relations with Turkey were normalized, many Greek Cypriots may choose to learn Turkish for the economic benefit on their own and vice versa. Why make anyone do anything, each to their own I say.


Kasparov speaks forty languages fluently. Are you saying Cypriots are dumb? At my school in England it was compulsory to learn one foreign language. Is Turkish even an option in the ROC?
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby B25 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:37 pm

Who in their right mind wants to learn a shit useless lanuage like turkish. You'd be better off learning the language of a baboon ffs.
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby tsukoui » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:48 pm

B25 wrote:Who in their right mind wants to learn a shit useless lanuage like turkish. You'd be better off learning the language of a baboon ffs.


Here's an easy one: gule gule It means "good bye". Or if you prefer: Oooh Ooh Oooja. Which is baboon for the same thing. :lol:
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby bill cobbett » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:04 pm

tsukoui wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
tsukoui wrote:
kurupetos wrote::lol: I remember these silly posts in the past. Only difference they were delivered by YFred.

cyprus27092.html

:lol: :lol: :lol:


There is nothing silly about the first idea. I have been saying that both languages should be compulsory for years. Some sad people think that it is selling out. I have learned about twenty Turkish words and already I am teaching the Turkish shop keepers round me a little Greek.

As to intermarrying, these things should be allowed to happen naturally. Religion is the major sticking point. That's why we should all be communists :lol:

Didn't you say you are on medication? :lol:


Bill's the one suggesting LSD. I've yet to find a medication that truly works. I'm still a virgin. My Cuban friends keep suggesting viagra.


Viagra...??? Now there's an idea, if we could get enough of it for free on the national health, it'll keep the CYs of the Occupied Areas Occupied for the night and various farm animals very happy.
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby Maximus » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:05 pm

tsukoui wrote:
Maximus wrote:it should not have to be made compulsory, I mean, Why not include English as well then. They can all be options but one option must be taken.

In an ideal world if relations with Turkey were normalized, many Greek Cypriots may choose to learn Turkish for the economic benefit on their own and vice versa. Why make anyone do anything, each to their own I say.


Kasparov speaks forty languages fluently. Are you saying Cypriots are dumb? At my school in England it was compulsory to learn one foreign language. Is Turkish even an option in the ROC?


At my school in England, I too was made to speak a foreign language. I didn't really like it.

I am not sure about the rest of what you are saying though and how this relates to kasparov which in turn makes Cypriots dumb.
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby tsukoui » Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:19 pm

Maximus wrote:
tsukoui wrote:
Maximus wrote:it should not have to be made compulsory, I mean, Why not include English as well then. They can all be options but one option must be taken.

In an ideal world if relations with Turkey were normalized, many Greek Cypriots may choose to learn Turkish for the economic benefit on their own and vice versa. Why make anyone do anything, each to their own I say.


Kasparov speaks forty languages fluently. Are you saying Cypriots are dumb? At my school in England it was compulsory to learn one foreign language. Is Turkish even an option in the ROC?


At my school in England, I too was made to speak a foreign language. I didn't really like it.

I am not sure about the rest of what you are saying though and how this relates to kasparov which in turn makes Cypriots dumb.


Well in truth there are Hadiths against chess. It is apparently worse than tavli. It's true that the two dimensional view of the world is not very spiritual, but I've never cared for hearsay, and it seems a good metaphor for the current Cypriot situation. The point is that after forty years of playing chess between Turks and Greeks, longer even, then we should at least be able to master speaking two languages. Perhaps there should be a Hadith against dividing Cyprus in two.
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Re: Cyprus problem finally solved

Postby kurupetos » Fri Oct 05, 2012 9:31 pm

Let's start with the word 'tomatoes'...
In Greek is 'domates' ...in Turkish is 'domates' :shock: :lol:

Problem solved! 8)

Now lets proceed to stage 2... :arrow: Marry a Lurucadi bride...

No thanks! :lol:

We have a problem! :cry:
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