Monday, August 22, 2005

I would definitely pass for Azeri... ;o)

12 Comments:

Blogger Alma said...

I do agree with you!!! But there can´t be less good looking men in Baku then Brussels :s
But you do look good, even though I have seen you dressed more nicely ;o) It is good to finally have a pic of you!
Enjoy your time with your sister, it is good to have sisters to visit when you´re abroad :) My brother is coming over in 3 weeks and my sys in about 5 to stay for some weeks so I continue to be a very lucky girl :o)

9:51 PM, August 22, 2005  
Blogger imelda said...

Wow, you look very pretty and cool! What about the traditional dress for women there?

8:41 AM, August 23, 2005  
Blogger Mart'a said...

It is really great that Miska (my sister) is here. And I am not saying it just because she brought me so much of yummyyy food from home :o))).
That is so great that Hulda and your brother are coming over! I bet you miss them by now!

Well, I think the traditional dress, if one can call it that way, is when the muslim women put those scarfs around their heads (not over the face). But there are only few wearing those. And I think they must be really really hot.

1:17 PM, August 23, 2005  
Anonymous Regina said...

Ahooj, no slusi ti to, fakt. Jsem zpatky z Iranu - doporucuju, kdyz uz jsi v oblasti :-). Podrobnosti mailem.

4:27 PM, August 23, 2005  
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7:50 AM, August 24, 2005  
Blogger Mart'a said...

to uz sis mohla odskocit, kdyz jsi byla tak blizko!!! Na podrobnosti se tesim... :o))) ... doufam, ze te nedonutili si nechat narust fousy!

1:10 PM, August 25, 2005  
Blogger Mart'a said...

Just saw the page, Devrim, not sure what to say :o). But I am pleased that you enjoy my blog and my photos (although I personally fancy more the nature pictures :o))).
Thank you. Sag ol!

1:15 PM, August 25, 2005  
Blogger Svana said...

hi! nice outfit:D i agree with Alma that its nice to see some pics of u:) even thought the nature pics are really nice aswell! I wanted to ask u, when will u return to prag?

4:41 PM, August 25, 2005  
Blogger Mart'a said...

I will be home around mid October... considering to come? I never really heard any story of you studying abroad... did you like it there? Is it over now?

6:03 AM, August 26, 2005  
Blogger Svana said...

hi again:) yes sweden was nice, but now i'm back in iceland trying to finish my thesis! I just wanted to know when u would be back cause i might go to Prag in the near future, and it would be much nicer if u were there:D

6:38 PM, September 14, 2005  
Blogger Svana said...

hi again:) yes sweden was nice, but now i'm back in iceland trying to finish my thesis! I just wanted to know when u would be back cause i might go to Prag in the near future, and it would be much nicer if u were there:D

6:38 PM, September 14, 2005  
Blogger Azeri said...

I am sorry to get involved in this conversation. I am Azeri, live in US. I was very ofended by what Marta said: "Well, I think the traditional dress, if one can call it that way, is when the muslim women put those scarfs around their heads (not over the face)."

First, this is not true. Every muslim country has a costume, and they cover their heads only when they go out, which doesn't apply to Azerbaijan, as we wear whatever we want to wear.
Second, Azeri costume is very beutiful, and there are many of them, depending on which region of Azerbaijan we are talking about.
Third, please, don't express your personal assumptions, which are not true, on the internet, as they do come up when you google "Azeri traditional dress."
I think it's extremely disrespectful towards the country you live in right now, as not only you don't know the traditions, but you also give a bad impression to people who would like to know, and rely on your answers. You should know better that there is almost nobody covering their hair in Azerbaijan, and if you would like to take a look at a traditional dress you might go to a museum (I guess you've never done that over there), or at least google it.

I am sorry for being harsh, but this is my country, and I feel very ofended by the ignorance of foreigners that come to the country, live there, and at the same time don't care so much.
Thanks.

10:30 PM, October 14, 2005  

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