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Is baklava an Armenian desert?

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  • #41
    Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

    Originally posted by Armenian
    .... Hetevabar, ko maman yev im kaks azqakanner en.


    Gaden inch haskana ... eshi meken a.
    this post = teh win.


    • #42
      Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

      Do u guys clame Pilaw was Armenian food too, but i think it is not..
      But on thing i Pakhlava of Armenians is quit differen and tasts better than one in Greeks.


      • #43
        Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

        oh man this is like religion..all talk and no use except boost idiotism


        • #44
          Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

          Originally posted by Otto3
          oh man this is like religion..all talk and no use except boost idiotism
          If I understood more than just a bit of Armenian, I'm sure something there would make me laugh. Same goes for much of fundamentalism 'religion.'


          • #45
            Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

            How do you make a Turkish omelette?

            Sell your sister into a xxxxx house and with the procedes pay a Kurd to help you steal an egg from an Armenian.
            “There are truths on this side of the Pyrenees, which are falsehoods on the other.”
            Blaise Pascal


            • #46
              Re: Is baklava an Armenian desert?

              The best baklava I've ever had and still have is from a Turkish restaurant here in my city, and it's great because it's FREE... I went to school with the owner, and one day when I was talking to a classmate, I mentioned that my grandfather was from Turkey, but before I could say that he was born there because of the Genocide and that he was really Armenian, she interrupted me and introduce herself saying she was Turkish and that she had a restaurant and would love for me to go there and have some food with her...since then I've been having FREE food every 2 weeks or so...HEHEEH

              Before you think it's not nice of me to take advantage of her, remember that they not only took our land but killed thousands of our ancestors, so I don't give a damn and will keep eating there for FREE...
              "Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own." - Paulo Coelho