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... and black jerseys and people were chanting anthems and lighting flares into the night sky. We stayed out for a few hours people watching but as the night progressed the fans were getting rowdier so we decided to go home before things got too crazy. We had read online that there have been riot and protest issues during the evenings in Taksim square recently so we didn’t was to push our luck. It was cool to be surrounded by ...
... a thing. It really makes you think how much we sexualise the naked being whereas in Europe it really is a beauty to behold whatever shape or size you are. So as my time finished, my lovely lady finally introduced herself as Phyllis, grabbed me in the biggest bear hug....still in the nud.....and then grabbed my face and kissed both cheeks telling me how lovely a person i was.... i think i nearly cried!! She grabbed my hand and led me out of the room to get me ...
... looking to expand and grow in the future? Yes, yes it would be. Therefore, supporters of Erdogan have suggested that Turkish families try to have at least 3 children. This is not a mandate, just a suggestion.
Preventative technique #3, superfluous sexual behavior and public displays of affection are running rampant throughout most western European countries, and increasing in frequency every day. It is not uncommon to see people ...
... this one was the most unbelieveable, and one of the higher pointsof my day. Emily and Lilly: Our favorite part of the day was lunch. After the Hagia Sophia, we walked down cobblestone streets to a medresseh for lunch. We ate in a small room around a circular table and sat on the floor. It was a cold day, so we were happy that there were heaters, and we got to try a hot milk and orchid root drink called saleh. The meal ...
... School officially starts at 8:10 and ends at 3:30 (3:00 on Fridays). Teachers need to stay until 4:30 (5:00 on Wednesdays/3:00 on Fridays), and the bus usually gets us back to our neighborhood by 5:15.
You may know that I'm a narcoleptic and that every second of sleep is precious to me. I need a good eight hours a night -- at least. In order to get up at 6:20am, I find myself usually going to bed somewhere between 10pm and 10:30pm -- a massive change from our ...
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