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    Can someone tell me what "Gostyersen" means. Always see it trading in morondon. Thanks

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    Can someone tell me what "Gostyersen" means. Always see it trading in morondon. Thanks[/b]
    'nough said...wrong section too

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    OMG that made my day Cama, wouldn't ever have noticed it if it wasn't for you lol. I thank you from the bottom of my heart

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    'nough said...wrong section too[/b]

    It was spelled that way on purpose douche, thanks for the flame Cam and Zero help, you're so awesome...not.

    Also need definition for:

    "Istion"

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    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    istion or istiyorsun = do u need

    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    i dunno Gostyersen

    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    but i know Gostersen

    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    gostersen = can u show me ?

    coming from a turk baba. hope that helps

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    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    istion or istiyorsun = do u need

    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    i dunno Gostyersen

    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    but i know Gostersen

    Curi0sitY ® | < imp0ssible is n0thing > ツ says:
    gostersen = can u show me ?

    coming from a turk baba. hope that helps[/b]

    Thanks for the detailed helpful answer, cheers!

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    Thanks for the detailed helpful answer, cheers![/b]
    what do you will go show? o.0
    ur penis to a turk? omg.., the turk can scamm you.. warning pleaseeeeeeee

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    istion? (original: istiyor musun?- istiyorsun?) = u wanna?

    gostersen? (original: göstersen?) = can u show?

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    what do you will go show? o.0
    ur penis to a turk? omg.., the turk can scamm you.. warning pleaseeeeeeee[/b]

    What&#39;s your fascination with penises, sicko.

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    What&#39;s your fascination with penises, sicko.[/b]
    idiot rullaz nvm him ^^

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    i heard from someone that Yarrak=penis in turkish....dont know if its true but....anyways....im leaving now...

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    Another Please:

    CVP

    Thanks.

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    dRiZzLe3 yes it is actually YARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRAKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK is better

    CVP doesnt mean anything .maybe he meant CEVAP which means "answer"

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    I have one question about S.a/slm (selam).. Didn&#39;t feel like I&#39;d have to make another topic, I know that S.a is like "hi".. but as Slm is a shorter sort of Selam, what about S.a? or is it just like an other way of Hi like in Hi/Hello? >.<

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    I have one question about S.a/slm (selam).. Didn&#39;t feel like I&#39;d have to make another topic, I know that S.a is like "hi".. but as Slm is a shorter sort of Selam, what about S.a? or is it just like an other way of Hi like in Hi/Hello? >.<[/b]
    SELAM ALEYKUM

    ALEYKUM SELAM

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