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Çok işlevsel ama hissiyatı iğrenç bir şeydir.


Yapışır ama sıcak tutar.


Çocukluğumdan beri kaçmayanı var.


Elime aldığım anda giyerken kaçanı da var.


Ten rengi olanı hissiyat olarak en iğrenci çünkü ince ve genelde kışın giyersen donarsın emme her şeyle de giyilebilir.


En güzel görünenleri siyah, desenli olanları. Bazıları çok zıpır, bazıları da çok çekici.

(Gelecekten gelen yorum: 2014. Koyu kahve-moka rengi, en ince den veya bir üssü siyahtan daha iyi. Bunun dışındakileri bana kalsa hiç giymeyeceğim ve artık kurumsal hayat olaylarından uzak olduğum için bana kalıyor ve giymiyorum. Yaşasın bez ayakkabılar ve külotlu çorapsızlık! Yani külotsuz çoraplılık)


Yine de bok gibi bi şey. Çoğu kaçıyo, yapışıyo, ayrı bir parça, bacak gibi. Öğğğk! 


Hem bi de külotlu zaten. Götlüklü...

14.Ağustos 2010 Cumartesi Saat 21:30 BARBAROS
17.Ağustos 2010 Salı Saat 21:30 TANGO’DAN SİRTAKİYE
20.Ağustos 2010 Cuma Saat 21:30 SANGRE FLAMENCA FLAMENCO KANI
21.Ağustos 2010 Cumartesi Saat 21:30 SANGRE FLAMENCA FLAMENCO KANI
24.Ağustos 2010 Salı Saat 21:30 BACH’TAN GÜNÜMÜZE BALE ADIMLARI
28.Ağustos 2010 Cumartesi Saat 21:30 OTELLO
31.Ağustos 2010 Salı Saat 21:30 ZORBA THE GREEK
1.Eylül 2010 Çarşamba Saat 21:30 ZORBA THE GREEK

http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serdar-ı_Ekrem_Ömer_Paşa



Well, we Turks give each other chocolate or candy during the Ramadan Holiday. Imagine almost each house receives three boxes of chocolate on average from different families. And what to do with the papers in the chocolate boxes? You know, those shiny, soft, good quality papers which are placed between the box and the chocolate pieces in order to prevent the chocolates to stick to the inner top of the box (inside the cover). Yeah, I mean those papers. I do not throw them away :D I keep them for making "pieces of art". Also, you know that most of the stockings have a white hard paper inside the package. They are usually folded around those papers. I keep those ones as well... I put the last pieces of these two sorts of papers on a table on which I have a small sculpture of an African American boy playing saxophone. When I entered my room today, I saw a brown, a white paper and next to them the saxophone player. Eureka! I said I will quickly prepare the face an African American boy. (No offense, I love the African Americans) I have attached the photo of the piece of art (!) I created, (It can of course not be called a piece of art; I've just prepared something cute.) and also the photo of the materials I used. I really like to create things, though sometimes just for fun. ------------ En turco, una otra version:

Şeker Bayramı geçti. Baktınız evde daha önce hiç duymadığınız markaların yaldızlı çikolata kutuları var. Onların içinde yumuşak kağıtlar oluyor. Adları her ne ise, ben bilmiyorum. Bu kağıdı aldık mı? Aldııık. Bu biiir. Bir de kızlarımız bilirler, bazı külotlu çorap (çok saçma bir ad bu, çoraplı külot neden değil? diyelim ki onu külot olarak giyen var çorap olmasından çok.) paketlerinde bembeyaz bir kartonumuz oluyor. Onu da atmıyoruz. Bunları kullanıyoruz, çikolata kağıdından insan yüzü şeklinde bir parça kesiyoruz, kartona da göz çizip kesiyoruz. Gözlerimizi çikolata kağıdına yapıştırıyoruz. Çikolata kağıdına insanımızın konuşması için ağız çizip maket bıçağıyla açıyoruz. Ne güzel oynar çocuklar böyle... Şu ana kadar hiç izlemediğim ama varlığından haberdar olduğum Derya Baykal'ın programına buradan rakip oluyorum. Hodri meydan! (Övünmek için söylemiyorum ama ben gerçekten senelerdir televizyon izlemiyorum; öyle bir alışkanlığım yok, istediğim dizileri internetten izliyorum, kalan programların eksikliğini de duymuyorum. Zenci bir bebe evlat edinmek istiyorum yıllardır. Böyle de faşizan bir isteğim var. Evlat edineceksin ırkı, rengi, dini fark etmemeli. Bir arkadaşım bana 'edin edin de sonra sana "Sorry, mama, cleaning out my closet' diye şarkı yazsın." demişti, değişik bir yaklaşım.)



Nobody recommended me Osho; I remember having read about him years ago.

A week ago, when I was in the amazing bookstore called Robinson Crusoe, I saw this book called "Freedom", and I picked it, read the introduction and just wanted to read the book.

Now I finished reading it. Well, I do not completely agree with Osho, but certainly what he wrote in Freedom helps you organize your thoughts, relax and get motivated. I highly recommend you to read it. The book is easy to read - but makes you think deeply about life. I think one who is having a lot of issues can learn how to live "now" after reading this book.

By the way, don't you think that Osho and Levent Kırca look alike? Ahahaha.
Benziyor, değil mi? :D


There is nothing more important than human life. According to the 1789, The Declaration of Human Rights, every man is born free.



With the advances in technology,the world is becoming smaller and smaller. Long distances become shorter. We are all coming closer but are we? Do we really care about the human life? How important are someone’s feelings and thoughts for us? We all experience different kinds of discrimination everyday. The Western thinking, or so to say, the Western democracy is not always working. Don’t forget that generalizations can be wrong. There are always exceptions and some variations.

A man cannot choose his parents. He cannot choose his nationality and religion at birth. He cannot change most of the things of his physical appearance and of his cultural background very easily. He cannot change his past and cannot play with his genes. No human race, no nation, no religion or no country is superior to the others. Nobody can judge the others using these concepts. We cannot expect the people to change the things that they cannot change.

Most of us hold some prejudices and some dogmas. I am me, you are you and he is he. I cannot be someone else. Nor someone else can be me. Every human being is unique. The life, the right to live is given to every man, and nobody has the right to take it from him except the case of self-defense.

In our cells that we built for our ourselves, we think that the others are just as we think they are. What if they are not? Why don’t we just try to understand the people? It’s not where someone comes from, it’s how he behaves. Not all the things depend on where we come from. Every single good person deserves to live well. The criterion should be not to hurt the others. We all have different identities. We are mothers, managers, wives at the same time. We are “blacks”, Christians, and fathers at the same time.

We are a combination of many identities. We are the cities to which we travelled. We are the people whom we met. Our minds are maps, videos, pictures etc. We are our feelings, our thoughts, our past, our presents and our future, and our sins, our wills, our dreams, our wishes, our falls, our successes and our failures.

I was born in Turkey. I have lived in Istanbul for many years. I have got many identities. However some people think that all people in Turkey are fundamentalists, and that they are not open-minded. I don’t like being accepted into a community just because I am not that dark-haired or dark-skinned or just because I don’t wear a headscarf.

I could have been a gypsy. We could have been born somewhere else than we were born. Stop devaluing the human life and start valuing it. Prototypes and generalizations may fake you. Be yourself!

Everyone has his own purpose in life. Everything that happens, happens for a good reason. Be aware of your rights and protect them.







This movie is amazing! It's what they call a real "classic" and it's one of the best comedy movies ever.

Let me tell you some details about the movie;

It was directed by Billy Wilder in 1959. It's black and white, although they wanted to film it in colour, especially because of the make-up Lemmon and Curtis wore, they had to film it in black and white, which is very cool. Marilyn Monroe was pregnant when this film was being produced but she miscarried the child. After watching this movie, you understand why Monroe is called to be a "sex bomb". She really fits the character sugar, with her sexappeal, charm, beauty, innocence and with the lovely voice of hers. It's said in some resources that she forgot her words during the movie and Billy Wilder was angry, so he put some chalkboards around the set, with Monroe's lines. They also say that in the scene where Monroe is talking with "Josephine" on the phone, it is very obvious that she's following the lines from a chalkboard but who cares?

Tony Curtis, the father of Jamie Lee Curtis, the master in acting and the poet in Spartacus is incredible in his role. His funny accent when he plays the "Junior" and the part that he climbs down the balcony, how he cons the women are enough details to watch the movie.

But, Jack Lemmon is the best among these three! He's the funniest guy in the movie. The scenes with him and Osgood are talking or dancing are the best! He even leads the dance sometimes.

The drunk guy who says "Hey - I want another cup of coffee" several times and the hotel boy are also some Easter eggs of the movie.

And some of the best quotes in the movie:

Sweet Sue: "Didn't you girls go to a conservatory?"
Jerry (as Daphne): "Yes, for a whole year."
Sweet Sue: "I thought you said it was three years."
Joe: "We got time off...for good behavior."


(Jerry is dancing hysterically when he's giving the news to Joe)
Jerry: Have I got things to tell you!
Joe: What happened?
Jerry: I'm engaged.
Joe: Congratulations. who's the lucky girl?
Jerry: I am!
Joe: What?
Jerry: Osgood proposed to me. We're planning a june wedding.
Joe: What are you talking about? You can't marry osgood.
Jerry: You think he's too old for me?
Joe: Jerry! You can't be serious!
Jerry: Why not? He keeps marrying girls all the time!
Joe: But you're not a girl. You're a guy! And why would a guy want to marry a guy?
Jerry: Security.
Joe: Jerry, you'd better lie down. You're not doing well.
Jerry: Look, stop treating me like a child. I'm not stupid.I know there's a problem.
Joe: I'll say there is!
Jerry: His mother - We need her approval. But I'm not worried - because I don't smoke.
Joe: Jerry - there's another problem.
Jerry: Like what?
Joe: Like what are you going to do on your honeymoon?
Jerry: We've been discussing that. He wants to go to the riviera - but I sort of lean toward Niagara Falls.
Joe: You're out of your mind! How can you get away with this?
Jerry: Oh, I don't expect it to last. I'll tell him the truth when the time comes.
Joe: Like when?
Jerry: Like right after the ceremony.
Joe: Oh.
Jerry: Then we'll get a quick annulment - he'll make a nice settlement on me - I'll have those alimony checks coming in every month.
Joe: Jerry, listen to me - there are laws -conventions - it's just not being done!
Jerry: But Joe - this may be my last chance to marry a millionaire!
Joe: Look, Jerry - take my advice - forget the whole thing - just keep telling yourself you're a boy!
Jerry: I'm a boy - I'm a boy -I wish I were dead - I'm a boy - I'm a boy - what am I going to do about my engagement present?
Joe: What engagement present?
Jerry: He gave me this bracelet.
Joe: Hey - these are real diamonds.
Jerry: Naturally. You think my fiance is a bum? Now I guess I'll have to give it back.

Joe: Forget it, Sugar, will you? Forget about saxophone players. You're going to meet a millionaire - a young one.
Sugar: What makes you so sure?
Joe: Just my feminine intuition.

The last and the best scene: Nobody's perfect!
Osgood: I called mama - she was so happy sh ecried - she wants you to have her wedding gown - it's white lace.
Jerry: Osgood - I can't get married in your mother's dress. She and I - we' notbuilt the same way.
Osgood: We can have it altered.
Jerry: Oh, no you don't! Look, Osgood - I'm going to level with you. We can't get married at all.
Osgood: Why not?
Jerry: Well, to begin with, I'm not a natural blonde.
Osgood: It doesn't matter.
Jerry: And I smoke. I smoke all the time. (Idoatlasian says: check what he said before, see above)
Osgood: I don't care.
Jerry: And I have a terrible past. For three years now, I've been living with a saxophone player.
Osgood: I forgive you.
Jerry: And I can never have children.
Osgood: We'll adopt some.
Jerry: But you don't understand! (he rips off his wig; in a male voice) I'm a man!
Osgood: Well - nobody's perfect. (he's got this lovely smile on his face, like "I'm gonna find a solution to all of the problems, I want you")

We all have been hearing stories about Marilyn Monroe's charm, how attractive and beautiful she was, or that she was not a natural blond, or she was a dumb blond who created this sexy and dumb blond phenomenon.

After watching some of her movies, making researches on the internet and seeing those extremely beautiful pictures of that diva, I can say that all of the good things told about her were true. I can't imagine that a woman can be more attractive, sexier and more female than her. Her smile, her voice, how she looks... Whatever she does she is a complete "woman". She's got this sweet voice, and I found only a couple of pictures in thousands of them in which she didn't smile. When you look at her pictures, you just think positive things. When you see how she communicated with the kids, and the old people who can see that there is "something" with her. A charismatic actress, a young lady who reflects all the beauty of her time, and a desperate lover she was. Precious people die young.

She is a phenomenon who inspired even the generations after her. I've never seen a more female woman than her. They say that the only thing that made her charming was her dyed blond hair, but after I saw her pictures without any make-up and with her natural and -almost blond- hair colour, I think this woman had a gift. Even in those pictures that she stays still, she's charming and elegant. This photogenic goddess makes you smile when you look at her pictures. A great smile, a great look, and a pure sexiness plus a sexy purity... She's got all! Well, today zero-size is popular, but I prefer the more female Monroe-size.

Watch her great performance in Some Like It Hot and Gentlemen Prefer Blonds.

SUGAR: Been waiting long?
JOE: It's not how long you wait-it's who you're waiting for.


JOE: Do you mind riding backwards? It may take a little longer.
SUGAR: It's not how long it takes-it's who's taking you.


Don't you also think that the present Spanish prime minister and Mr.Bean - Rowan Atkison look like each other? Funny resemblance, huh?

:P

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