House Holder

Istanbul, Turkey

#45 Oct 2, 2012
Truthteller wrote:
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Ha ha ha . Was born here and family became rich here you fool . Canada is not frozen you clown we have winter of course but very hot in summer . fyi I live in 3 countrys actually Canada , Greece and Russia . Im sure glad my family came here so if you think im insulted becuse we came to Canada you are even stupider then i thought . Guess that 3rd world eduction that is not recognized in the civilized world ( thanks to Turkeys Article 301) didnt give you much knowlege .
I see you live in Constantinople ( fake Istanbul that was stolen from Greece with war crimes )
Any Kurdish bombing today ?
Someone reading last 2 posts of your can simply understand what kind of 'eduction' and 'knowlege' yr '' rich family'' provided you.

And you were born in canada , right ?

How old are you boy ? 11 ? 12 ??
caroline

Montréal, Canada

#46 Oct 12, 2012
To all my canadian sisters please read
My story is true
I am canadian and met a turkish man 2 years ago
He was the most generous and kind person i had ever had in my life.
Then the lies kept coming... his age his where abouts.. then one day i knew something was wrong so while he was out i went trough his papers and found out he was married two months before we met and his wife was still in turkey..
During those 18 months he said he loved me and would marry me... Also i had seen ALLL HIS FRIENDS UNCLES cousins cheat on their wives as well...
EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM ALLL OF THEM I COULD NOT BELIEVE IT
Long story short he apologized said it was an arranrage marriage and that he loved me and only me and had not planned to fall in love with me but it happened.. He proposed the following... His wife was coming in a few months... He said he would not be with her much and more with me he would not love me her or make her children he would please his parents by having her here for a yera and then divorce her and send her back... he had no choice because of family honor..... Well well well ...his wife is here two months after she got pregnant and guess what he still is cheating on this poor woman with many women....
So turkish men will do anything possible to get laid ..lie about evertyhing and to everyone just to get what they want
Please be careful so you do not get your heart broken like i did .... i still love him and will never get over what he has put me through....
Good luck and stay away from turkish men!!!!!!
husband_uk

Sherborne, UK

#47 Oct 12, 2012
actually i was reading all the comments.i see some people really hurt when they had relation/marriage with Turkish man.cheating on wife!i live in UK and i see many sort of people in UK even they are Turkish,English,French or Greek...etc.We are human being and we all do mistakes it doesn't matter what race we are.I am Turkish! and i am very praud to be Turkish.I am married with European lady over 7 years and we are together 10 years.i have 2 beautiful children and happy family.I can't say that we never have problems!of course we have some problems sometimes but we know how to sort out.problems mainly because we grew in completly different culture.i never cheat on my wife,i never beat my wife/my children.I love her more than anything in the world.I can't imagine life without her.
Every Turkish man not the same as there are good people and bad people.i agree some Turkish men getting marry with european women just because of visa and better life.i agree that Turkish man like white women,blonde,blue eyes...etc because of Turkish women completly different looking.i like to read different comments but i really hate racist comments.if we show respect eachothers oppinion nothing can be harmfull.please just respect!
Bahar

Ryde, Australia

#48 Oct 20, 2012
husband_uk wrote:
Every Turkish man not the same as there are good people and bad people.i agree some Turkish men getting marry with european women just because of visa and better life.i agree that Turkish man like white women,blonde,blue eyes...etc because of Turkish women completly different looking.i like to read different comments but i really hate racist comments.if we show respect eachothers oppinion nothing can be harmfull.please just respect!
&#304; agree with you. Those people who are catogerizing the nationalities with this and that... Can someone point out a nation without any imperfections? &#304; feel sorry for those people who had bad experiences with some wrong men but please don't judge all Turkish men with the one you've met.
There are bad and good people in every nation as mentioned in older posts. As ONE PERSON DOES NOT REPRESENT millions of other people in their country. Peace...
Mylace onzere

United States

#49 Oct 21, 2012
Gosh! I need to sort myslf frm this guy!!!
Truthteller

Ottawa, Canada

#50 Oct 24, 2012
House Holder wrote:
<quoted text>
Someone reading last 2 posts of your can simply understand what kind of 'eduction' and 'knowlege' yr '' rich family'' provided you.
And you were born in canada , right ?
How old are you boy ? 11 ? 12 ??
Much older then that and went to Harvard in the USA . Look my family has done well here due to hard work and the economic advantages of the western world im sorry if i was rude in my last post i was having a bad day . I am very greatful my family came to North America and there are many success storys of Greek and Turks that have done well here . Your community in North America is also very hard working i must admit
Truthteller

Ottawa, Canada

#51 Oct 24, 2012
caroline wrote:
To all my canadian sisters please read
My story is true
I am canadian and met a turkish man 2 years ago
He was the most generous and kind person i had ever had in my life.
Then the lies kept coming... his age his where abouts.. then one day i knew something was wrong so while he was out i went trough his papers and found out he was married two months before we met and his wife was still in turkey..
During those 18 months he said he loved me and would marry me... Also i had seen ALLL HIS FRIENDS UNCLES cousins cheat on their wives as well...
EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM ALLL OF THEM I COULD NOT BELIEVE IT
Long story short he apologized said it was an arranrage marriage and that he loved me and only me and had not planned to fall in love with me but it happened.. He proposed the following... His wife was coming in a few months... He said he would not be with her much and more with me he would not love me her or make her children he would please his parents by having her here for a yera and then divorce her and send her back... he had no choice because of family honor..... Well well well ...his wife is here two months after she got pregnant and guess what he still is cheating on this poor woman with many women....
So turkish men will do anything possible to get laid ..lie about evertyhing and to everyone just to get what they want
Please be careful so you do not get your heart broken like i did .... i still love him and will never get over what he has put me through....
Good luck and stay away from turkish men!!!!!!
thanks for the post I hate to generalize people but i know this has happend to many women with turks so its hard to aruge with you and its wrong . Im glad you warned people
october

Belarus

#52 Oct 28, 2012
in every country can live bad and good people,if smb from u are not lucky to meet normal turkish man why are u judge all turkish?there are many perverts and cheaters off caurse but not all people who lives in turkey the same,many man behaves as girl let them,if u are talking with them free about sex dont expect that he will want to marry with you,i wish you to be more openminded
Anonymous

Bensalem, PA

#53 Nov 3, 2012
Well here it goes, I am an American woman met my turk here in the U.S. he was getting ready to return to Turkey after his classes were complete. We met 3 months prior to. I fell madly, deeply, truly in love with this man and I thought he also felt the same for me. He moved into my home with me and my 2 children. 1 month later we split up and off to Turkey he went. He told me that it was over and that "he would never marry me". I couldn't move on, I was sick over this. A few months later he called crying and said "he can't live without me" he asked me to marry him and I said "yes". I applied for a K1 Visa, flew there, got engaged, and met the family. It was like a fairy tale. I flew back for the interview for him to return with me. We got approved and this is where it all started.

I married my turk as the K1 conditions stated within 3 months of entering the U.S. He turned into a real asshole. All we did was argue, fight, disagree on everything. I thought what the hell happened to my perfect relationship and my fairy tale romance. Here we are 5 yrs later separated and we are filing for a divorce. I am still not even sure what I did or didn't do.

I found him to be extremely heartless, controlling and emotionally detached from life and very emotionally abusive. When it came to his family nothing was ever to much or ever good enough. His family did no wrong. They never accepted me, never acknowledged my children's birthdays/christmas/holidays and basically never came to visit us during holidays or ever. His mother never even met my children in person b/c she refused to fly here and it was too expensive to fly 4 people to Turkey. However we (me & my kids) were expected to acknowledge his food, culture, parents everything pertaining to his culture. He was very one sided and so was his father.

As my children got older, especially my son he started to really mistreat him. He would make him walk to work, in the dark and cold he would hide soda and/or candy so my son wouldn't eat it. He would down him, ignore him and constantly, saying to my children that he was supporting us and that we held him back from life b/c of his sacrifices.(I was working full time/attending school) so he was not supporting us.

I did everything for this man and it was never good enough. Hence the fact that all of the housework, cooking and laundry duty was left to me on top of working full time and attending school part time. This guy really thought he was king.

In his spare time he would sit on the internet, work a ridiculous amount of hours or spend time going out to happy hour/lunch meetings with his work colleagues.(always around younger females)

When I met him I had to leave the house that I lived in for over 16 yrs to move to an apartment b/c he refused to buy that off of my x hubbies family. The final straw for me was that he refused to buy a house with me. He was ok living in a 2 bedroom apartment for 5 yrs of our marriage. He claimed he didn't trust me. lol He would also play a lot of head games by saying that he didn't see his future with me and yet he would stay and make no attempt to move out. At one point I got pissed even packed his stuff and threw him out boy did I never hear the end of that. Of course he begged me back and I fell for it. Sure things got a little better for a while but eventually turned emotionally abusive again.

To any American that is marrying a foreigner "BE CAREFUL" I honestly believe that this man married me for a Greencard.
seanan

Lytham, UK

#54 Nov 6, 2012
Lynda wrote:
just found this thread, and i'm pleased to see this last post Tay!! I am a white Canadian girl. Not Turkish, not Muslim. I have grown to love a nice Turkish man, I have met his family and I totally believe the things you say....family, friends are all very close in the Turkish culture just as you say. I saw it all with my own eyes when I visited there in Ankara. People should not generalize, but I generalize when I say this.....how I was treated in Turkey was over and above any expectation I might have had!! He and his family treated me with respect, kindness, warmth, love... anyone Turkish who I have met here in Canada? Same, respectful, kind, warm. I have never met a more welcoming culture of people, truly!!
As for all the nasty comments regarding Turkish men, I think you can find these type of people anywhere....Turkish or not. There are some men out there who just aren't going to stay with one woman. The same can be said in reverse, there are some women out there who just arent' going to be faithful to one man. I think this concept and reality is universal!! not connected to one race or one culture.....
As for my Turkish man, I'm happy I found him.....and even if he doesn't end up my soulmate (though I hope he does), he has opened my eyes to much in life, and for that I will always be grateful!! My love to all Turkish people around the world........<3
this is so true, as i love learning about the muslim religon, im with a turkish boy and hes the same as this guy but have been with turkish boys who have done nothing but cheat but sure that happens in every culture..Cant judge all them because a small amount.yes turks iknow what their like very well as ive been going from i was a kid:)
Truthteller

Ottawa, Canada

#55 Nov 6, 2012
seanan wrote:
<quoted text>
this is so true, as i love learning about the muslim religon, im with a turkish boy and hes the same as this guy but have been with turkish boys who have done nothing but cheat but sure that happens in every culture..Cant judge all them because a small amount.yes turks iknow what their like very well as ive been going from i was a kid:)
They are users and abusers . Thats why when the settledown they ususally marry thier own cousins
Sandra

Newark, NJ

#56 Nov 25, 2012
Tay wrote:
This forum is funny. Lots of hurt souls ranting about their partners who they couldn't satisfy. Please don't generalize all Turkish men and deny you are racist. You would need to have an extremely low IQ to honestly believe that point of view. I am a Turkey guy, my wife is my soul mate for life. I will always spoil her with love. In Turkish culture cheating on your wife will mean all your friends, family and co-workers disown you and think poorly of you. Adultery is considered one of the most disgraceful things someone can do in Turkish culture.
Glad to see this post Tay....Im a USA woman married to a Turkish man and he has been and remains faithful. Ive been to Istanbul 3 times and his family is wonderful. One persons bad experiences do not mean all are the same. Ive known my now husband 3 years before marriage and not once have either of us eluded to cheating. I remain faithful as he does in waiting for his visa. So sad to see such hateful posts generalizing turkish men.:(

Since: Mar 10

Istanbul, Turkey

#57 Nov 25, 2012
Anonymous wrote:
Well here it goes, I am an American woman met my turk here in the U.S. he was getting ready to return to Turkey after his classes were complete. We met 3 months prior to. I fell madly, deeply, truly in love with this man and I thought he also felt the same for me. He moved into my home with me and my 2 children. 1 month later we split up and off to Turkey he went. He told me that it was over and that "he would never marry me". I couldn't move on, I was sick over this. A few months later he called crying and said "he can't live without me" he asked me to marry him and I said "yes". I applied for a K1 Visa, flew there, got engaged, and met the family. It was like a fairy tale. I flew back for the interview for him to return with me. We got approved and this is where it all started.
I married my turk as the K1 conditions stated within 3 months of entering the U.S. He turned into a real asshole. All we did was argue, fight, disagree on everything. I thought what the hell happened to my perfect relationship and my fairy tale romance. Here we are 5 yrs later separated and we are filing for a divorce. I am still not even sure what I did or didn't do.
I found him to be extremely heartless, controlling and emotionally detached from life and very emotionally abusive. When it came to his family nothing was ever to much or ever good enough. His family did no wrong. They never accepted me, never acknowledged my children's birthdays/christmas/holidays and basically never came to visit us during holidays or ever. His mother never even met my children in person b/c she refused to fly here and it was too expensive to fly 4 people to Turkey. However we (me & my kids) were expected to acknowledge his food, culture, parents everything pertaining to his culture. He was very one sided and so was his father.
As my children got older, especially my son he started to really mistreat him. He would make him walk to work, in the dark and cold he would hide soda and/or candy so my son wouldn't eat it. He would down him, ignore him and constantly, saying to my children that he was supporting us and that we held him back from life b/c of his sacrifices.(I was working full time/attending school) so he was not supporting us.
I did everything for this man and it was never good enough. Hence the fact that all of the housework, cooking and laundry duty was left to me on top of working full time and attending school part time. This guy really thought he was king.
In his spare time he would sit on the internet, work a ridiculous amount of hours or spend time going out to happy hour/lunch meetings with his work colleagues.(always around younger females)
When I met him I had to leave the house that I lived in for over 16 yrs to move to an apartment b/c he refused to buy that off of my x hubbies family. The final straw for me was that he refused to buy a house with me. He was ok living in a 2 bedroom apartment for 5 yrs of our marriage. He claimed he didn't trust me. lol He would also play a lot of head games by saying that he didn't see his future with me and yet he would stay and make no attempt to move out. At one point I got pissed even packed his stuff and threw him out boy did I never hear the end of that. Of course he begged me back and I fell for it. Sure things got a little better for a while but eventually turned emotionally abusive again.
To any American that is marrying a foreigner "BE CAREFUL" I honestly believe that this man married me for a Greencard.
Do you know who is real father of your 2 b@stards? Or they have ''anonymous'' fathers as your nick?
Ayo Daniels

Burwash, UK

#58 Nov 25, 2012
Yo girls u want a real Turkish guy link Ozzie Ornel from E8 Hackney. Real revolutionary - done a bid for protesting against the UK government.

Real gent, ladies feel his aura before they even lay eyes on him. My guys still rocking AF1s and plain white tees like its 1993 but still gets more pussy then One Direction.

Constantly got the 5* hot spices on call, black, lightie and white. My guy even banged a Muslim Pakistani chock without busting her hymen.

Add him on Facebook ladies and u will be given the best oral experience ever. That chilli sauce don't just taste good on a donner. He eats out arseholes too.
Rose

Harefield, UK

#59 Dec 12, 2012
can understand why women are attracted to Turkish men. Even the
ones who are not all that hansom have so much charm. I was asked out by a Turkish guy a few months back. Recently i exepted. I decided we would just be friends until i knew it was genuine. He told me he was definately not married and has no girlfriend at the moment. But now i am still trying to get my head around the fact that it was a complete lie. I cannot believe he still tried to rush me into bed after i found out he has a wife.
Rose

Harefield, UK

#60 Dec 12, 2012
I was deceived by a turkish guy, but my post was simply to share wth those who know what it's like to fall for one.

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#61 Dec 12, 2012
because we are real men not boys

and when you try turk you dont return everything else is not as good.
Truthteller

Ottawa, Canada

#62 Dec 13, 2012
champion65 wrote:
because we are real men not boys
and when you try turk you dont return everything else is not as good.
maybe for gays lol
Dinkus

Pottstown, PA

#63 Dec 13, 2012
Sounds like the first woman "Non white" just got a bad egg, there are a few of them out there, but that isn't always the case. Throughout the world there are dishonest and unfaithful men. This isn't limited to only Turkish men, it happens everywhere. I am married to a wonderful Turkish man and two of my American friends are as well. When it comes to Middle Eastern men you have to be very selective when choosing the man. 1. Stick with educated Turkish men. 2. At least get to know the guy before you sleep with him, in fact it is better that you don't at all, until there is a solid commitment. 3. Stay away from guys with a horrible financial situation, unless you plan to be someones benefactor. 4. If you are 50 years old and he is 23, come on now!!! His mother still irons his underwear!! Are you looking to be a mother or for a husband?!!! 5. Don't send money, if he can't take care of himself, you don't need that as a father for your children!!! 6. Look at how the father treats the girls in the family BEFORE you marry him, if the father is a chauvinist, your husband will be. 7. If the woman in the family wear Hijabs and you are more liberal dressed, it won't work!!! Turkish men are not Western men, they don't think like us, use your head!!!!
from Turkey

Ankara, Turkey

#64 Dec 15, 2012
I am a Turkish guy and I have been to many places and lived in LA for more than 2 years. My personal honest opinion about us, turkish guyz, we do not cheat if we are attached, we are much more jealous with respect to guyz from other cultures and thus we are more protective.

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