17 August 2008

Does Anybody Speak Turkish?

Seriously.
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Can you speak Turkish?
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Because the closest I get to anything Turkish is one of these ...
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For ages one of my bags has appeared on this blog....
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(click to see blog)
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... which has a link to the jb*jb website and it frequently gets visited as a result of this link.
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I'm hoping it says, "Isn't this lovely?" but for all I know it could say "OMG, I can't believe people actually make this stuff!"
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Because this is also on the same page ....
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... and whilst I think it's fab, they could be saying "OMG, I can't believe people actually make this stuff!"
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6 comments:

Country Bliss said...

That was so funny!
I'm afraid I don't speak Turkish so can't help you with the link.
Yvonne

April said...

OH Yum - I love Turkish Delight!

I've given you an award on my blog, please stop by and check it out!

April xx

ethel and edna's tearoom said...

Yuck! Turkish Delight... I hate that stuff and Parma Violets. Maybe it's the idea of eating flowers?...

The cable knitted chair is... err... cosy-looking. Could see it in a Highland retreat with roaring fires and lots of tartan.
OK. I'm trying to find something positive to say. :o)

prettyshabby said...

ooo I Love turkish delight..I need to buy one now.. sorry dont speak turkish but I have to say that is a mightily special chair cover there..hmmmm (I think she likes your bag though!)

Carol VR said...

Tell me someone DIDN'T actually hand knit that?!?

fi said...

Hi there
I found a turkish web translator for you at
http://www.tranexp.com:2000/InterTran

I pasted the words Çantalar, süslemeler, önlükler, yastıklar...ve daha neler neler değişik modeller burada

and it told me:
Bag , decoration , apron , pillow. and more neler neler changed pattern here was the translation.

The tags below the post were
label sew , sewing , tissue , pillow , house decoration , bag craft , hand construction , shears patch kırkyama aplike

I tried to translate the tagline from the blog and it was a bit garbled but something about creative hand adept something something.