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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Turkish Coffee


Fiancé had me when he drank the whole turkish coffee. A tradition in Turkey is that the bride to be prepares a spicy coffee to the groom to be. If he drinks it up, this means he is willing to drink everything that comes from his bride, even poison. Yes, a little harsh. But that is not the point, although that sounds all fancy and stuff. I'm thinking this becomes a trust thing in the relationship. 

Oh well, traditions are to find everywhere, not Fiancé. I love him. He is cute. 

16 comments:

  1. This is just awesome. Picture is PRICELESS!!!

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  2. He is too cute and look how together he is in his suit...love it! What a keeper indeed and I love that you captured every moment! Love this!

    Liesl :)

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  3. I'd never heard of this tradition but I love it.

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  4. A fun and fabulous tradition. Your fiance is so cute.

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  5. I really adore how you captured his expression with each moment. I've not heard of this tradition, but I like it!

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  6. :)
    he is really stylish :)
    congragulation :)
    This post made me smile :)

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  7. These are great pictures! I tried Turkish coffee while I was in Turkey. I cannot say I loved it lol. But my BF did. He drank both mine & his cups!

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  8. Hahahaha, you spiced up that coffee REALLY well! :)))

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  9. Hey there! Love this post.. great tradition and perfect photos to capture the moment. Glad you stopped by Documented Delights the other day. Thank you for the birthday wishes!

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  10. Hey there! Love this post.. great tradition and perfect photos to capture the moment. Glad you stopped by Documented Delights the other day. Thank you for the birthday wishes!

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  11. I've never heard of this tradition, but I love it! It sounds really sweet and that he's really making a statement.

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  12. priceless. super happy I onto your blog. definitely following. If you get a sec I'd love to hear what you think of my fashion blog. It's all about the adventures of a southern girl turned LA local. xo

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  13. How interesting Piril! I love hearing about your country's traditions, so glad you had your camera for this!

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  14. haha!! Great post about our tradition. I'm thinking about to put some salt in my husband's coffee when they come our house:) Great photos!

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  15. I had never heard of this tradition, but I love it! Love the pictures!

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  16. Beautiful tradition :) Im your new fan ;)

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