your favoret ARmenian soap-opera ?
Posted 08 September 2011 - 03:34 PM
Septemberi 1in shabatva tvyalner (txur aaa)
Qerri, v'or koghmi vra es gnum...mez el asa...
Posted 08 September 2011 - 06:30 PM
Posted 08 September 2011 - 09:01 PM
isk yete ches qnum ?? iyd depqum inch kaseq ?
inch asem chaseluts lav lini Mosjan, mek mek tvume lsox chka, payqar chka, menak zangumen en jamanak yerp mek@ mernuma......iskapes aper, vress ujex dipressia a
Posted 09 September 2011 - 10:20 AM
Is it "Օճառ Անուշ/ojar anush"?
Or is it "trash@d anush lini"?Or did they mean "Anush@d trash lini"?** Do you mean that the Anush Opera is "trash"?
Did they mean "May your trash/garbage taste and smell sweet"?
OK. If they can play with furko-persian words so can we play with English words. http://www.armeniano...ri_barber_shave
** You know what "trash" means in English. I put it out every Monday for the "trash collector"
Edited by Arpa, 09 September 2011 - 10:38 AM.
Posted 09 September 2011 - 10:42 AM
Du gites or inchu ayd show- er@ aydpes en kochvoum? Qanimi tasnyak tariner araj ayd show-er@ vjarvoum eyin ojar shinogh @nkeroutiunneri dramov TIDE yev aylq.
Yes I know. I or any of my family members have never will ever watch Soap Operas.
To me it is just a dirt bag of familial dirt of infidelity etc. And the watchers of such dirt to say- “Look at those miserable trashy people. I am glad I am not like that”.
That those are the “faex populi/mankind’s sh*t bag”
Edited by Arpa, 09 September 2011 - 11:00 AM.
Posted 09 September 2011 - 11:43 AM
yerpemen vor qnumem! polinem zartnum , aj koxmi vra......esor 3 jamem qnel, tesnem vaxe v'or koxmi vra em zartnelu
Grel eir &rukners havaqum em gnam, yes el harcrel ei v'or koghmi vra es Gnum, v'or imamanq menq el ganq ete lav tegh a...
Posted 10 September 2011 - 02:12 PM
During a press conference today on TV soap operas in Armenia and their effect on viewers, Zhirayr Dadasyan, Director of the State Pantomime Theater and Deputy Director of the State TV and Radio Commission, stated that while the genre is an accepted one with a place on the TV dial, there are issues related to content that must be addressed.
Dadasyan stated that the genre has its specific rules but that they are being violated in Armenia.
“TV soaps directly resemble a sort of hypnosis,” said Ruben Babayan, who touts himself as a dance psychologist and someone possessing “extra-sensory” powers.
Babayan said that negative influences not only exist in the soaps buy throughout TV programs in Armenia in general.
He argued that TV soaps convey thoughts that directly infiltrate into the viewers’ subconscious mind, making them more receptive to outside control.
“The soaps even result in a zombification of the viewer,” said Babayan.
Dadasyan argued that the TV audience is being force-fed such programming and that viewers would gladly watch better quality broadcasts if given the chance.
He said that actors accept roles in the soaps for the money and that often script writers are individuals who have only read one or two books in their entire lives.
Dadasyan said it was a national tragedy that the “rabiz” mentality had infiltrated TV programming and supported a ban on such manifestations of vulgar street language and behavior.
Posted 10 September 2011 - 02:53 PM
Posted 12 September 2011 - 10:41 AM
the armenian society en masse is emotionally and mentally barely mature enough for soap operas... what else are they supposed to generate and show on tv?
Aper shat BArd baner es asum togheq eli mi qich el es andur NEWS & americyan haghordumnerits hangstananq..
Posted 15 September 2011 - 05:20 PM
Few times that I watched Everybody Loves Raymond, I said the same thing especially his mother.
gerdastan achqis es mekn el Everybody Loves Raymond<h1 class="header" itemprop="name"></h1> shown a vor@ imijaylots yes shat eyi ditum.. bavakanin el mer HAykakan @entaniqnerin n@man en
de tesnenq inchpes klini
Posted 15 September 2011 - 05:29 PM
look for Everybody Loves Raymond season 9 episode 17
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