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Dalyan Dave

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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from IbrahimAbi in HELP!! Bail Out in Turkish Conscription.   
    If you only know him from social media, I would not send him any money if I were you. A Turkish man would be highly unlikely to ask his girlfriend for money for such a thing, even if the story is true. But, it is common in various "love scams" where a man develops a romance with a foreign woman online, then later says he is in some terrible situation and needs money. This is VERY common.
    I have never heard of any system where a soldier has to pay for time off. The very idea makes no sense. Leave is already included in a solder's compensation package. Besides, 3,000 TL is VERY little money for something like that. An entire month's leave for 3,000 TL? That doesn't sound right at all.
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Ken Grubb in Forum Moderators   
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Ken Grubb in How to become an intimate friends   
    I assume from that Azerbaijan is much more conservative (Muslim?) than Turkey. But that also depends on where you are in Turkey, and the family traditions of the girl. In Western Turkey/Istanbul, with many girls (especially around age 25) it would be perfectly acceptable to ask them if they would like to meet for a chat somewhere at a cafe or some other public place. But it would probably be better at first to ask her with her friends. The words aren't so important. It isn't a marriage proposal. But I don't know anything about who he wants to talk to. If she wears a veil, and is religious/conservative, maybe that wouldn't be acceptable. In some parts of Turkey they have marriages arranged by the parents. In that case I really don't know, I would not want to date/marry a religious and conservative woman.
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Ken Grubb in How to become an intimate friends   
    I really don't know what you mean.
    How would you go about doing what you want to do in Azerbaijan with a girl from Azerbaijan?
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Ken Grubb in How to become an intimate friends   
    Yes. From that question I take it you are not of Turkish nationality as said in your profile. Lots of men and women date members of the opposite sex while trying to find the person they want to marry. It doesn't mean they are "playing" anybody. They are just enjoying themselves and meeting people, whether their ultimate aim is marriage or not.
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Ken Grubb in How to become an intimate friends   
    How about "want to go for a coffee?"
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Star in How to become an intimate friends   
    I assume from that Azerbaijan is much more conservative (Muslim?) than Turkey. But that also depends on where you are in Turkey, and the family traditions of the girl. In Western Turkey/Istanbul, with many girls (especially around age 25) it would be perfectly acceptable to ask them if they would like to meet for a chat somewhere at a cafe or some other public place. But it would probably be better at first to ask her with her friends. The words aren't so important. It isn't a marriage proposal. But I don't know anything about who he wants to talk to. If she wears a veil, and is religious/conservative, maybe that wouldn't be acceptable. In some parts of Turkey they have marriages arranged by the parents. In that case I really don't know, I would not want to date/marry a religious and conservative woman.
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    Dalyan Dave got a reaction from Star in How to become an intimate friends   
    Yes. From that question I take it you are not of Turkish nationality as said in your profile. Lots of men and women date members of the opposite sex while trying to find the person they want to marry. It doesn't mean they are "playing" anybody. They are just enjoying themselves and meeting people, whether their ultimate aim is marriage or not.
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