Remember, that a lot of girls let their hair down on holiday and are somewhat more trusting then they are in their hometowns.
Stereotyping the whole male race of a nation simply because of your failed holiday romance is OTT and on the verge of bunny boiling.Select 'OK' to continue using our products, otherwise, you will not be able to access our sites and apps.It gets to the point where if the hottest girl wants to leave, the ugly ones will convince her to stay because they are being pursued so vigorously by men who are much more handsome than they are pretty.Sign In to your account to avoid repeating this across your devices.You can’t help but look at it.” Then we have Carolina Z., a Colombian woman married to a Turkish man: “As Latino women, we are used to being the center of attention. Unfortunately the romanticism of the Mexican telenovelas makes us think in that stupid way – as if you could pay your bills with love. We know we have to buy our own stuff, get our degree, work and buy a house and a car. However, it works well in Latin America, but we are here!
We like to control everything.” She finds it hard to adapt to social restrictions in Turkey such as “not talking to men, not smiling, wearing certain clothes…” I wonder where she lives. So, these guys find us attractive: Come on, who doesn’t want a pretty woman who does not ask for money and helps you pay at least half of your bills?
I have not seen them try to pull a robbery, as horny as they are.
My piece last week was well-read, receiving quite a number of responses.
No, not all of them praised Turkish men, but many did. ) Here is a selection of readers’ mails and tweets. The most hostile one on Twitter was from Nick A.: “Turkish columnists somehow manage the impossible – to write worse than Canadian ones.” He also asked his followers to “Prepare to laugh/cry/vomit...” because he did all three.
He explained why my column was “the most popular” during the weekend as “it’s like a car accident.
Yes, his mother will always come before you, get over it!