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3. Turkey has been trying for years to get to the top of the world for girls. We all know the reasons, of course, but the fact that they are finally getting there is amazing. I know because I have been to Turkey a few times, and I have never had this feeling. It's like being in the sun in my hometown. The beautiful people of this land. The culture. The music. The food. I love it. I'm glad they finally got there. The time has come to get in there. Get in. Get out. Get to know the beautiful people in this land. I love the people of Turkey. I'm glad they've got a chance to make their country great. And I love Turkey. But if you like me too much to leave, maybe you'll try and get out someday too.
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"If you don't have a Turkish friend, then you're just a Muslim". That is the statement of the great man (and man-fool) Ataturk. I'm no expert, but my Turkish friend's comment seems to be true. I find the majority of the people I meet are quite shy and don't talk much to me, which makes sense. Even though I'm used to getting along with them, there's always the occasional "ahaha" moment. But as long as I keep up with my Turkish, I never really have a problem with them, especially the ones I've met in Istanbul. The one who lives here is one of my favorite friends. She's a perfect example. I don't find her the most outgoing, but she never makes it a point to talk much, if at all. Even if she is a bit reserved, she doesn't come off as rude or obnoxious. She's just the kind of girl who is interested in you.
2. Turkey is a hot country for single people. I am in my mid-thirties, and I have never been single before. In the past, I used to go to singles bars and have a beer after, but there isn't any of that anymore. So, I have been going to Turkey for a few weeks now. It is very easy to find someone here. I have never had to sweedish men make the argument about whether I was single, or had someone on my side or the other. You can find a nice guy and go home with him. It is so much better than any other place I have ever been. I have never felt more safe than in Turkey.
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I did not have my family's support, I was at a new school in a new country, no support system, I had no family around me. I still had no one to talk to. I remember being really nervous, especially in the summer, because I was a virgin. I felt completely alone. I remember asking one of my best friends if I could be his girlfriend and he said, "No! If you're not a virgin, you won't be a real girl." The second conversation was with a friend who had moved vivastreet pakistani to the US at the same time as me. This man was very nice and understanding and I started to feel at home in the US. I had a boyfriend and my best friend for two years after that, which was a really great experience, I was learning a lot, I could talk to anyone, I felt very safe, and I had my first serious boyfriend. In the beginning of my college career I was so shy that I would ask a guy out for coffee or to hang out. I started to realize that I liked people. My boyfriend was a really nice guy, and that was it! When I uae girls was about 19, I met a nice man from my university town.