The truth about Serbians, Croatians, Slovenians and Bosnian Muslims

  • alphatop

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    Oct 04, 2010 6:25 PM GMT
    Here is the thing-on Balkan peninsula ( or former Yugoslavia ) there are so many hot guys. My roots are there, I am mixed race and from parents who are different religion and skin colors. Anyhow, thanks to CNN and other controlled media, this region is presented as something horrible, which is bullshit. What do you guys know about Balkan and people who inhabit it- Serbians, Croatians, Montenegians, Slovenians, Bosnian Muslims ( not Bosnian, that is CNN term which not exist in real life ), Albanians, Macedonians, Greeks, Bulgarians, Turks and other? Can you point at the map at any of these countries? No offense, but many people have no idea where is that, yet they are ready to talk bullshit about Balkan. And finally, do you know anybody from this region? Cheersicon_smile.gif
  • Import

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    Oct 04, 2010 7:21 PM GMT
    What "truth"did u just expound on us? U just said it's not how it looks on tv and there's hot guys there. That's just lovely, but who cares?

    Yes, I can point it out on a map. icon_smile.gif
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    Oct 04, 2010 7:28 PM GMT
    I can point out all those countries on the map (Im not American)

    I have Bosnian friends (who live in Norway, they're from Mostar - they DO use "Bosnian" as their adjective btw)

    I'm a fan of Divlje Jagode, and I'm actually listening to Azra while typing this

    I know Croatia and Serbia write the same language in different alphabets.

    Slovenians are hot, Albanians not so much.

    I'm not a fan of Serbia and their Russian oriented culture.

    I am a fan of most others from that region.

    Triest shouldn't be in Italy =)

    Tito was a rather sympathetic chap


    hmmm what else?
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    Oct 04, 2010 8:57 PM GMT
    Hey - did you forget about Montenegro??? You do know the region, don't you. icon_biggrin.gif I have a friend from Podgorica, Montengero. Also have a friend from Croatia, and have met a number of Serbs. There is a RJ member from Serbia who is now in China.

    Of the guys I know from those 3 regions, each said their version of the language was the best and the others had bad accents. LOL
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    Oct 04, 2010 9:00 PM GMT
    I know this is the greatest Slovenian export- Laibach.


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  • alphatop

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    Oct 05, 2010 5:03 AM GMT
    Import saidWhat "truth"did u just expound on us? U just said it's not how it looks on tv and there's hot guys there. That's just lovely, but who cares?

    Yes, I can point it out on a map. icon_smile.gif


    Dude, I care...If u don't why did u reply to this post???icon_rolleyes.gif
  • alphatop

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    Oct 05, 2010 5:07 AM GMT
    Tazo995 saidI can point out all those countries on the map (Im not American)

    I have Bosnian friends (who live in Norway, they're from Mostar - they DO use "Bosnian" as their adjective btw)

    I'm a fan of Divlje Jagode, and I'm actually listening to Azra while typing this

    I know Croatia and Serbia write the same language in different alphabets.

    Slovenians are hot, Albanians not so much.

    I'm not a fan of Serbia and their Russian oriented culture.

    I am a fan of most others from that region.

    Triest shouldn't be in Italy =)

    Tito was a rather sympathetic chap


    hmmm what else?


    Russian oriented culture? It will be better if its American oriented,huh? U should visit Serbia and Belgrade, or Novi Sad ( EXIT festival, first week of july each year ), than u should make a comment. And yes, u r right, Trieste should be in either Croatia or Slovenia ( I visited all this countries recently ). Tito was quite a fellowicon_smile.gif Живели!
  • alphatop

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    Oct 05, 2010 5:11 AM GMT
    socalfitness saidHey - did you forget about Montenegro??? You do know the region, don't you. icon_biggrin.gif I have a friend from Podgorica, Montengero. Also have a friend from Croatia, and have met a number of Serbs. There is a RJ member from Serbia who is now in China.

    Of the guys I know from those 3 regions, each said their version of the language was the best and the others had bad accents. LOL


    As for the language, the truth is ( I am linguist and polyglot ) that in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia they speak Serbo-Croatian language. Macedonians speak Macedonian, and Slovenians speak Slovenian. And it was a honest mistake about Montenegro, I love that countryicon_smile.gif Who is that RJ member from Serbia who lives in China? I thought that I was the only oneicon_smile.gif
  • alphatop

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    Oct 05, 2010 5:12 AM GMT
    heartrobb saidI know this is the greatest Slovenian export- Laibach.


    Laibach-volk-slovania
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    LOVE LAIBACH!!!
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    Oct 05, 2010 5:18 AM GMT
    antonomad said
    socalfitness saidHey - did you forget about Montenegro??? You do know the region, don't you. icon_biggrin.gif I have a friend from Podgorica, Montengero. Also have a friend from Croatia, and have met a number of Serbs. There is a RJ member from Serbia who is now in China.

    Of the guys I know from those 3 regions, each said their version of the language was the best and the others had bad accents. LOL


    As for the language, the truth is ( I am linguist and polyglot ) that in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia they speak Serbo-Croatian language. Macedonians speak Macedonian, and Slovenians speak Slovenian. And it was a honest mistake about Montenegro, I love that countryicon_smile.gif Who is that RJ member from Serbia who lives in China? I thought that I was the only oneicon_smile.gif

    LOL as far as the Serb in China - looked at your profile and realized it was you. If you had said in this thread you were in China, I would have made the connection. I knew in those countries you mentioned, they speak the same language. The guys were arguing about who speaks it best.
  • alphatop

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    Oct 05, 2010 6:14 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidMy co-worker is Serbian and we both have so many thing in commons like our religion, foods, and culture. We always ended up talking about history how former Yugoslavia all used to be Serbia and Kosovo is Serbia.

    Just other day I brought my baklava with me at work (very popular dessert in Balkan and in Middle East) and he said, "Hey my mom make that stuff at home too." lol

    I remember my best friend is Romanian. She pronounced my name with the rolling "r" sound at the end. I couldn't say it, but many Balkan and Middle Eastern say it better.



    Beside my love for Balkan and baklava, I am also in love in Middle Easticon_smile.gif And u r kinda cuteicon_smile.gif Salam aleykum