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What is a Turkish girl?

Turkish girls come in all shapes and sizes. I've met some who are sweedish men overweight or appear to be wearing makeup. Some have their hair tied in a ponytail. I've also met some beautiful girls, who looked like they had just stepped out of a photo shoot.

What's a Turkish girl's best feature?

My first Turkish girl was a little chubby and very tall, but she had a beautiful smile and a great personality. She was also very intelligent and funny. She also was an excellent cook. The best thing about her is she was very open minded. She was a very active student. She loved reading , and playing with her brothers and sisters. She was very active in the Turkish community and she would often go to community events and activities. She was also a very kind person and was very generous to all her friends, even though they may have not been as active in the community. The things she loved were music, and being with friends. In her memory we wish all people who love music a good day and a happy holidays. This photo was taken at a community event where there was an open invitation muslims marriage for everyone to participate. I'm sure that this was her last photo of her.

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