Try, Tried, Trying, Tryhard...

Try, Tried, Trying, Tryhard...

Created by Pro Blggr on Dec 14, 2009

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armans Have Tried But Lost

greeks Are Trying But Losing

kurds Are Loser Tryhards

Others Can Try But Lose

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KentoNumio

France

#1 Dec 15, 2009
Bayturk fartus spend his saturday posting bulshet in greek forum.seanus
fartus thi moron terk is a rasista islamist full of bulshet.terks lik him
make eoropeans vote against turkije in eu.keep Al Qaeda turkije out of
ioropa.with terks in eu you get only crime,sex slavery,drugs,fanatismo
islamico.terks should stay in their country izolated from thi rest of thi
world.terks r only kilings,they r poor und dirty,radicali fanatici
religiosi,sotozvilupati..no to turkiye in eu!
Beyturk

Australia

#2 Dec 15, 2009
# One of the biggest and best preserved theatres of antiquity seating 15,000 is Aspendos on the southern coast of Turkey whereinternational music festivals are held each year.
# Aesop - famous all over the world for his fables and parables - was born in Anatolia.
# Leonardo da Vinci drew designs for a bridge over the Bosphorus, the strait that flows through Europe and Asia.(It was never built then; but now there are two Bosphorus bridges.).
Beyturk

Australia

#3 Dec 15, 2009
# President Woodrow Wilson was fond of telling some of the tales of Nasreddin Hoca (13th century Turkish wit and raconteur; UNESCO has declared a "Nasreddin Hoca year", 1996-1997).
# Greek Prime Minister Venizelos nominated Turkish President Atatürk for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1934.
Beyturk

Australia

#4 Dec 15, 2009
# Istanbul's Robert College, established in 1863, is the oldest American School outside the United States.
# Throughout history Anatolia - land of Turks has been a bridge between Europe and Asia where people of different origins have come together and mingled with the ones already settled each time creating a new sythesis.
lets part

Estonia

#5 Dec 16, 2009
calling ermens idiots would be an insult to all the greek people.
waLLy

Slovenia

#6 Dec 16, 2009
Greek Saddle

Removal of the saddle that came originally with your bike, resulting on having to sit on the metal tube. A delicacy particularly appreciated by the male gay population, especially the Greeks.
Beyturk

Australia

#7 Dec 17, 2009
This covered bazaar built in 1660 is the place to go if you are looking for herbal medicine, spices, dried fruit and nuts, scarce plant roots and peels, flower seeds and delicatessen.

Kapali Çarsi (Grand Bazaar)
Çiçek Pasaji (Flower Bazaar)
Mecidiyeköy Antikacilar Çarsisi (Mecidiyeköy Antiques Bazaar)
Misir Çarsisi (Egyptian Bazaar)
ALI

Australia

#8 Dec 18, 2009
Which of these sea animals could be found in the Bosphorus in the recent past but not today?

Swordfish
Seals
Dolphins
Whales
Rogue

Denmark

#9 Dec 20, 2009
KentoNumio wrote:
Bayturk fartus spend his saturday posting bulshet in greek forum.seanus
fartus thi moron terk is a rasista islamist full of bulshet.terks lik him
make eoropeans vote against turkije in eu.keep Al Qaeda turkije out of
ioropa.with terks in eu you get only crime,sex slavery,drugs,fanatismo
islamico.terks should stay in their country izolated from thi rest of thi
world.terks r only kilings,they r poor und dirty,radicali fanatici
religiosi,sotozvilupati..no to turkiye in eu!
Same to you
Ankarali Ali

Australia

#10 Dec 20, 2009
81. Kozan 88,115
82. Yozgat 87,881
83. Canakkale 87,791
84. Patnos 87,451
85. Akhisar 84,659
86. Amasya 82,896
87. Mus 82,536
88. Nizip 82,308
89. Kilis 82,301
90. Fatsa 82,160
Ali

Australia

#12 Dec 22, 2009
Turkey is a Eurasian country and has Ankara as its capital. The country stretches from the Anatolian peninsula in western Asia to Thrace (Rumelia) in the Balkan region of southeastern Europe. It is because of this strategic location of Turkey that it has become blessed with a unique blend of Eastern and Western traditions The country stands surrounded by eight countries, namely Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia; Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq and Syria. The Mediterranean Sea and Cyprus fall to the south of Turkey, while the Aegean Sea and Archipelago are in its west and Black Sea in the north.
Ali

Australia

#13 Dec 23, 2009
1299 Establishment of the Ottoman Principality by Osman Bey in Sogut and Domanic (east of Bursa)
Ali

Australia

#14 Dec 24, 2009
The Use of Land

In the Ottoman Empire the lands belonged to the state. The right to use the land was given to people and some revenue from the income received was given to the state. However, when people failed to use their land effectively for three consecutive years it had to be returned.

The lands in general were divided into two categories; Vakif and Dirlik. Vakif estates were spared for charity institutions and public use like mosques, hospitals, caravansaries and suchlike. Dirlik (fief) lands were given to statesmen according to their incomes; each of these lands was classified as Has, Zeamet, or Timar. Owners used some part of them for themselves and spared other parts for the expenses of a certain number of soldiers. With this system, the state had a powerful army without costs.
waLLy

Slovenia

#15 Dec 25, 2009
I hate Greeks because they all f*c*k goats. And smell
lets see

Estonia

#16 Dec 25, 2009
for greeks it is easy to be brave from a safe distance
Researcher

France

#17 Dec 26, 2009
“As the Armenians found support among the Reds (who regarded the Tartars as a counter-revolutionary elements) the fighting soon became a massacre of the Tartar population”

W. E. D. Allen and Paul Muratoff,“Caucasian Battlefields”, Cambridge University Press, 1953, p. 481
Ali

Australia

#18 Dec 27, 2009
Rail

Turkey's railway system extends approximately 10,200 km / 6,340 miles of which 2,300 km / 1,430 miles is within the framework of the International Main Railways European Charter and the Trans-European Railways (TER).

Turkish Railways employ 55,000 workers and the General Directorate replaces 300­500 km / 185­310 miles of track each year. There are 58 steam, 554 diesel and 58 electric locomotives in operation. 12% of the railways work on electricity and the remaining 88% are diesel. The number of passengers traveling by train per year is around 150 million, the amount of freight transported is 17 million tons.

Except for the route between Ankara and Istanbul and a few other routes extending to the eastern part of Turkey which provide comfort under severe climatic conditions, traveling by train is not usually preferred, because buses provide faster, cheaper and more comfortable services.
mambo

Singapore

#19 Dec 27, 2009
What should you give a man who has everything?
An Albanian to show him how to work it.
lets poll

Estonia

#20 Dec 27, 2009
ermens are bawdy fool-born horn-beasts
Ali

Australia

#21 Dec 28, 2009
Drugs

The illegal possession, sale or use of drugs such as hashish, heroin and cocaine, is strictly forbidden by Turkish Law.

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