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 No.368[Reply]

why do turks write ":DDD" ironically like finns (spurdo)? i've seen turkish keins also doing that.
and how did the meme of putting an asterisk in the place of a vowel originate (t*rk, k*rt)?

 No.369

>>368
The same way how the spurdo itself became a meme. It was pretty common on 4chan back in the days. It's not just Turks. I am not sure where the asterisk meme originates from but it is really old. It probably predates many of the imageboards.

 No.372

thats the way we laugh. as for the censored name originally it was a turk who came up with it. he intended to seperate a certain group of turks from the rest to humiliate them, the notion is that he thought they don't deserve to be called turks. and it backfired big time because of how ridiculous the censored name looked and it fit the subhuman retard t*Rks as a whole.

 No.373

ironically? it's just a way to express laughter

 No.377

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Emojis and the keyboard spam (which also originated from Turkish net) were banned in the old local imageboard so we adopted the D spam instead. As for asterisks, we had an anti-kurd board called /xoru/, I think it originally started there.

 No.378

turkish imageboard oldfags are stuck in the early 2010's imageboard culture, the :DDD thing comes from spurdo, even "spurdo talk" is still being used (e.g. saying ebin instead of epic)



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 No.363[Reply]

>the Byzantine vanguard was the first to encounter Arslan's troops, and went through the pass with few casualties, as did the main division. Possibly the Turks had not yet fully deployed in their positions.[22] These divisions sent their infantry up onto the slopes to dislodge the Seljuk soldiers, who were forced to withdraw to higher ground. The following divisions did not take this precaution, also they were negligent in not maintaining a defensive formation of closed ranks and they did not deploy their archers effectively.[23] By the time the first two Byzantine divisions exited the far end of the pass, the rear was just about to enter; this allowed the Turks to close their trap on those divisions still within the pass. The Turkish attack, descending from the heights, fell especially heavily on the Byzantine right wing. This division seems to have quickly lost cohesion and been broken, soldiers fleeing one ambush often running into another. Heavy casualties were sustained by the right-wing and its commander, Baldwin, was killed.[24] The Turks then concentrated their attacks on the baggage and siege trains, shooting down the draught animals and choking the roadway. The left-wing division also suffered significant casualties and one of its leaders, John Kantakouzenos, was slain when fighting alone against a band of Seljuk soldiers.[25] The remaining Byzantine troops were panicked by the carnage in front of them and the realisation that the Turks had also begun to attack their rear. The sudden descent of a blinding dust-storm did nothing to improve the morale or organisation of the Byzantine forces, though it must have confused the Seljuk troops also. At this point, Manuel seems to have suffered a crisis of confidence and reputedly sat down, passively awaiting his fate and that of his army.[26]

>The emperor was eventually roused by his officers, re-established discipline and organised his forces into a defensive formation; when formed up, they pushed their way past the wreck of the baggage and out of the pass.[26] Debouching from the pass they rejoined the unscathed van and main divisions, commanded by John and Andronikos Angelos, Constantine Makrodoukas and Andronikos Lampardas. Whilst the rest of the army had been under attack in the pass the troops of the van and main divisions had constructed a fortified encampment. The rear division, under Andronikos Kontostephanos, arrived at the camp somewhat later than the emperor, having suffered few casualties.[27]


>The night was spent in successfully repulsing further attacks by Seljuk mounted archers.[26] Niketas Choniates states that Manuel considered abandoning his troops but was shamed into staying by the scathing words of an anonymous soldier and the disapproval of a shocked Kontostephanos.[28] However, this would appear to be hyperbole on the historian's part as Manuel would have placed himself in
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 No.364

epic flood

respect status: pai'd

 No.365

i read all this

 No.366

my penis is itchy



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 No.85[Reply]

This is you

 No.86

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yes

 No.197

no

 No.199

oh. my. god. that's like. totally me. dude.

 No.345

proud to be a nigger

 No.346

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>>85
And?



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 No.315[Reply]

queen of kereste
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 No.318

offfff i'd fuck the shit out of her(offf bunu ne sikerim beaaaa)

 No.319

how did you manage to find the ugliest possible loli

 No.320

>>318
i was joking i posted this without even seeing her photos please don't arrest me fbi

 No.321

ugly biatch

 No.322

>>321
ugly anandır OÇÇÇÇÇÇ



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 No.305[Reply]

its over

 No.306

:(

 No.309

ne demek istedi

 No.310

s

 No.311

bitti



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 No.284[Reply]

My appetites are growing.
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 No.287

>>286
get out of our imageboard you mushrik cunt no one wants kufars in this board

 No.288

>>287
Christianity is the way. Repent before it is too late.

 No.300

heathens shall perish

 No.301

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 No.302

>>301
what the fuck



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 No.266[Reply]

Hello what do you think of the industrial output of the Ottoman empire during World War 1.

 No.267

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i dont think anythink

 No.271

The Ottoman Empire was one of the major warring powers in World War I and its economy, like many of the other major countries involved, was heavily impacted during the conflict. Industrial output was one aspect of this economy that saw a great deal of destruction and disruption.

Before World War I, the Ottoman Empire was primarily an agricultural society with some limited industrial production. However, by the start of World War I, the industrial output of the Ottoman Empire had increased, although it remained substantially less than other major warring powers like Britain, Germany and Russia.

The industrial output of the Ottoman Empire during the war was largely impacted by the destruction and disruption caused by war efforts. The intense fighting in the Ottoman Empire between the Central Powers, including their own empire, and the allies caused destruction and destruction of many factories. Other factories were put under pressure from continual demand from those involved in the war effort, making it difficult for them to supply their usual output.

Additionally, the Ottoman Empire suffered because of the weaknesses in its economy and its difficulty in competing with the more advanced economies of its enemies. Despite the fact that the Ottoman Empire was a member of the Central Powers, it still lagged behind its allies in terms of industrial output.

Overall, the industrial output of the Ottoman Empire during World War I was adversely affected. The country’s economy was unable to compete with the advanced economies of its enemies in terms of industrial output during the war, and was further hampered due to the destruction and disruption caused by the war. Although the Ottoman Empire eventually emerged from the war intact, its industrial output had taken a significant hit.

 No.273

the what?
why do you know about those things?
i mean who cares?

>>271
chatgpt is cheating, 0

 No.296

Ottoman empire was falling behind west, fighter aircraft and machines guns were imported from Germany, Ottoman empire had a very limited indiustiral power

 No.297

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>>296
you destroyed the dawlah, not the idea



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 No.279[Reply]

>tfw no bonbi gf

 No.280

>quffar murican in underground cryptic dawlah forum

 No.281

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she will never scream on your big black phallus

 No.282

>>281
yo you are da only cracka in this thread

 No.283

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shes a onlyfans whore now, too sad



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 No.274[Reply]

Why is no one sending condolences because of the earthquake?

 No.275

noone likes us t_t

 No.276

koçum ermenistan yunanistan bütün herkes yardım gönderiyo internette wc domaltan bu olay üzerinden laf edenler hepsi çingene nigger falan beyaz adamlar böyle boş işlerle uğraşmaz ciddi deprem üzerine troonjak falan yapmışlar var iyice kafayı yemişler wc çok fena göt yakıyor

 No.277

>>276
yarım akıllı piç yunanistan ermenistan israil hepsi kahverengi ülkeler, tenya böceği altinsan b*yazları gelip gelip savunma şurda anneni sikerim

 No.278

alfa türkler enkaz altında malboro içiyo + hiç sikine takmıyo yalın ayak enkazdan çıkıyo koçum bu millet alfa millet



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 No.238[Reply]

you don't belong to NATO.
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 No.246

>>239
this

 No.247

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first save your folloş

 No.254

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>>247
>Kultamies
>Kutalmış
turan bros...

 No.260

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>>238
Kick us out of nato faggotry already

 No.261

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other way around



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