This blog is my writing portfolio and journal about life in Turkey.
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Remember, that a lot of girls let their hair down on holiday and are somewhat more trusting then they are in their hometowns.
I don’t want to read your blog, like your Facebook page or meet you on a forum.
Stereotyping the whole male race of a nation simply because of your failed holiday romance is OTT and on the verge of bunny boiling.
Others however can not accept the holiday romance for what it was.
They join Turkish Love Rats and make it the focus of their Facebook page.
They start free blogs slating off every Turkish man they know and then join numerous amounts of forums to declare to the world that all Turkish men are sleazeballs and should never be trusted.
So when thinking about Turkish men, I type this post in despair.
Another is the “lead clown” with the best energy and dance skills.
And yet another is the “bouncer” who keeps an eye on outsider men and informs the group of any possible intruders.
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