Posted 07 April 2000 - 12:40 PM
Posted 09 April 2000 - 11:03 AM
Posted 21 April 2000 - 07:29 AM
Originally posted by k.g.:
Well, mostly being pigheaded and somewhat of a chauvinist!!! But, don't hate me 'cause I still love my people
Hold on, Hold on, she asked for the worst point in armenian character, why do u immediately jump to criticise armenian men ??
When theres criticism on character its always the men's fault? I dont think u r being fair. I dont care how bad the criticism is, as long as it is just and fair.
Women have to reform themselves just as much as men do, hokis anush hye xchig
I LOVE ALL OF YOU, HAYER!!!!!
Posted 30 April 2000 - 09:25 AM
In that case, I think that too many of our females are rather submissive. It's the 90's people! Can we please NOT be heta m@nats?:D
Posted 05 May 2000 - 06:19 PM
And yet I am proud of being half Armenian. They are a great, talented persevering race. When people ask me what I am, I automatically say Armenian rather than Irish. Oh well enough. Are there any other "ges odars" out there.
Posted 06 May 2000 - 06:22 AM
But you know what, everything depends on you!!
I am half Armenian by blood , but i'm a pure Armenian by heart!!!
People never Know I'm not a pure armo, because I look and behave like a reaL ARMO.
Posted 06 May 2000 - 09:22 AM
LAv te VAt Hye en bolor@,
Hye ka ashxarh@ Matov a tsuyts talis.
Hye el ka Ashxarh@ mata tsuyts talis.
Karevor@ iyne vor stapvek dzer kisat prat kyank@ hamaxmbek,
Shovinist inchu che
Natsinalist inchu che
to peq yerav Fashist el klinem te DA im Azgin Ogut a Berelu , te sa e lutselu im Azgis HArts@.
inchu che unenk mer vat kormer@
#1 Moranum enk Shat shut
iyskan ban Mornum enk vor menk Hye enk Mornum enk vor menk HArtser unenk lutselu moranum enk vor amen meks mi Hyei zavak enk
Yete chmornank gutse amen ankam mer vorosh axchikner@ tanits durs galsi mi hat irents hayliyi mej k@nayen vor pijoni pes tanits durs chgan . 5 hat akanjor u 6 guyni manikyur qselov. mi moratsek te ov ek um Azgin ek nerkayatsnum .
Yete chmoranank lav klini asel mer Hye traneri masin srants mej el pakas pijoner chkan l@pstats mazerov et itsamorukov u irants otaratench aprelakerpov.
yekek chmoranank te menk ov enk .
yekek chmoranank te um zavaknern enk yev um enk nerkayatsnum .
menk voch mi Baroyakan iravunk chunenk iyspisin linelu iysor.
menk der Hartser unenk lutselu.!!
menk der Yerkir unenk Pahelu .!!
menk der Yeraz unenk anavart .!!
Posted 06 May 2000 - 07:50 PM
On a more substantial note, I believe Armenians are being held back by their grudge-holding. Now they have become worse than the Turks towards the Kurds and Azeris in Nagorno-Karabagh. Its enough already! Give it a rest! Now the Georgians are reaping the benefit of the oil pipeline running through their country from Azerbaijan to Turkey, all because the Armenians had to continue with their bitterness. Learn from the Greeks who are finally beginning to bury the hatchet and are reaching out to the Turks. We are supposed to be Christians, yet we behave like old Testament Jews.
Posted 06 May 2000 - 08:30 PM
Posted 07 May 2000 - 06:44 AM
When i said i looked ARMENIAN, i didn't mean that i have a huge nose and i'm covered with hair, like a monkey, I AM NOT LIKE THAT!
I meant that when people meat me, i look armenian to them because of the way i present myself and of the ideas i stick to!
I am sorry that you had a failing experience in that! I know that some armenians act like idiots!!!
you just haven't met the right people!
Posted 12 May 2000 - 09:12 AM
Steve, it's all about what YOU choose to be. I chose to be Armenian and I am very much accepted by others and I don't think it's because of the Armenian "physique"; I talk Armenian quite well and I also know quite a lot about our culture, it helps. For example, my big brother isn't well integrated in Armenians because he simply doesn't care and I'm afraid he'll end up just like my fatherl : marry with an "odar" and later get divorced with children not feeling proud about being Armenian because they will be only, well, 1/4 Armenian. Only the name stays.
To answer to the topic question I have to say that I don't really know a typical worst point but I can tell you that the usual "talking in the back of others" or even the discriminatory feeling is not Armenian, these are things adopted from Arab countries (Lebaon, Syria) where this was quite common during the armenian exile, I came up with this answer by asking myself the same question a while ago .
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