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Would you marry a person who isn't Armenian?

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  • #31
    because I Feel more comfortable around them.
    because it's not only the language. it's the values, the food, the mentality, the way they speak Armenian
    it's just different.
    and it has a lot to do with the fact that I wasn't raised in LA.
    I'm sure all of you people born and raised in the west are reading this thinking I'm a racist.
    guess what.
    I don't give ! hehe
    sorry, but changing my mind on that is gonna be tough..

    Now..let's see..

    I don't know what kind of values halebtsi/beirutsi's have that hayastanci's do not..

    and I'm not going to sit here and judge either side.

    BUT
    " the way they speak Armenian
    it's just different"

    ... it's rather feminine...

    and I'll leave it at that.

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    • #32
      Spiral? spiral

      Holllyyyy xxxxtttttt!! SPIRAL!!! you're the ultimate goddess of hot chicks spiral, I didn't recognize the name with the mickey mouse picture.

      hold on a minute...

      <spit..spit> <polishes the top of his skull>

      Well, HELLLOOOOOOOO!!!!!
      ha..hah..ha

      Thanks.

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      • #33
        so spiral you from LA huh?
        I was, I am, and I will always be the Monster!

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        • #34
          no i wouldn't marry a guy whos not armenian
          "Did you hear about the rose that
          grew from a crack in the concrete?
          Proving nature's law is wrong it
          learned to walk without having feet.
          Funny it seems, but by keeping it's dreams, it learned to breathe fresh air. Long live the rose that grew from
          concrete when no one else ever cared." ~Tupac Amaru Shakur (This is dedicated in Loving memory of my brother Armen and my cousin Gor)
          I guess change is good for any of us

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          • #35
            janna

            my back up has arrived

            vonses qures, tsavet tanem.
            I was, I am, and I will always be the Monster!

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            • #36
              In my list only armenians. No otars!
              And it doesnt matter inch HYE

              Hayastantsi
              Parskahye
              Beiruttse
              Halebtsee
              And any other spiurkahye
              ==========HYE HYE HYE
              Ineffable

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              • #37
                Originally posted by spiral Now..let's see..

                I don't know what kind of values halebtsi/beirutsi's have that hayastanci's do not..

                and I'm not going to sit here and judge either side.

                BUT
                " the way they speak Armenian
                it's just different"

                ... it's rather feminine...

                and I'll leave it at that.
                don't be telling me now that people who have lived in the middle east all their lives, and people who have lived in socialist Armenia/USSR (when it comes to our generation) have the same values.
                different places, different phases.
                and arevmdahyeren feminine???
                lol
                apparently , you havent met any guys from BOURJ HAMOUD lol
                that's all I can say.
                - and you're gonna forget about me?
                =Every Day...

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                • #38
                  jahhnamm

                  i'm from socialist armenia
                  but my roots lie in musa dagh.

                  half my family is beirutsi and half is hayastanci. Our values are the same... i'ts armenian values as a whole.

                  hey my dad even went from armenia to fight in beirut along side his cousins.


                  I really don't like when people put a label on being armenian.
                  I was, I am, and I will always be the Monster!

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                  • #39
                    Let's be honest.

                    There are differences between Hayastantsis and Halebahays or Beirutsis, yevayln.

                    There are even differences between a Hayastantsi living in Armenia, and one living in the States.

                    But it's all detail....nothing ground-breaking or earth-shattering.

                    And I will go on with my idealism now, and say that we are actually lucky to have remained the same people, but enriched with the best of all the other people around the world. Our slight differences can only make us stronger.

                    that will be all. Shnorhagalutyun.


                    But Spiral, as for speaking "feminine".......you have been listening to the wroooooooong people.

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                    • #40
                      Yes, considering that Armenians are on the verge of extinction. We really cannot afford to pretend we are like others when we are in reality the opposite. Therefore, for compatibility and trust and cultural reasons to increase and for the sake of us, YES I prefer an Armenian which matters a lot since other ethnicities are thriving with a rich overpopulation meanwhile Armenians are too busy defiling themselves and destroying the cultural ID by marrying outside their kind. Unfortunately, I doubt I will end up marrying an Armenian because so many of them have not even impressed or enlightened me in any way. They have just focused their efforts on sycophancy and tagging along to trends while trying to jump onto a greater height that is not there, it is just pathetic.

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