Culture Shock | Moving from USA to Turkey


hey guys what’s up well welcome back to Turkey guys for today’s video I am going to be talking to you about some of the kind of culture shocks that I experienced when I moved from the u.s. to Turkey just a disclaimer you guys that this is my subjective perspective and I do not represent anyone so if you disagree with any of the things that I say that’s totally normal everyone has their own ideas culture shock number one is about bagging groceries so if you’ve ever been to the US maybe you know that in most grocery stores unless it’s like a self checkout there’s usually like a cashier and then there’s also a person to bag your groceries well when I moved to Turkey I realized that they had the cashier but there’s no one to bag your groceries which is totally fine it’s just a different system and I just found it a little bit stressful to adjust to because one you have to somehow balance like bagging all your groceries paying for everything like opening your wallet taking the money it just kind of becomes a little bit like stressful I guess so I always feel like I’m on a game show whenever I go like to a supermarket or whenever I go grocery shopping especially like the last part when you’ve got like like your one arm is lined with bags of groceries your hand is holding your wallet and then with this arm this hand you have to like take all your change like your coins your paper money your a seat and you’re just trying to like balance everything and put everything away and like hurry up and get out so the next person can go I don’t know maybe it’s just me but I found it to be kind of like stressful and just like I’m sorry I’m sorry I’m not going faster culture shock number two is related to the shop assistants so in most countries there are like shop assistants if you go to like a makeup store or a clothing store something like that probably you know that’s already and for example like whenever I’m in the u.s. I like if a shop assistant approaches me I usually just shut them down politely and just make it known that I don’t want any help because I just kind of want to chill out and enjoy my shopping experience and just look at the colors and variety by myself with my own eyes however when I came to Turkey I realized that it’s very different I’m not sure why I’m not sure if it’s part of their job protocol but the shop assistants here seem to be required to follow you around for the entire time that you go shopping like until you either leave or buy something someone is going to be escorting her from the store more or less like a shadow I just I remember the first time that I experienced this I think I was buying like nail polish and you know I was just looking at the colors normal and the shop assistant was standing like right to me and I could just feel her eyes just staring at me which is obviously not like a comfortable shopping experience and every time like I took a step she would take a step if I took two steps she would take two steps like literally following me right on my heels and I just remember thinking like does she think I’m gonna steal something or like why is she following me so closely and then I went to another shop and it was like the exact same experience and then after a while I realized like oh that’s just something they do in Turkey so I’m not sure why like if anyone knows the answer as to why it’s like that let me know I don’t know why I think it’s just their job but I can say like it’s definitely different because if you want to go shopping for nail polish or face cream you’re gonna have someone like breathing down your neck the whole time so now I’ve kind of gotten in the habit where like if I go in a store and as soon as I see someone coming towards me I just immediately tell them I’m fine thank you I’m just looking I just want to look by myself please culture shock number three is sitting at cafes for hours so again this is just part of the culture I think in my experience in the u.s. we have more of like maybe fast-paced culture like most of our coffee shops are to go I don’t know a lot of people just kind of have a fast-paced lifestyle and we don’t really spend a lot of time just sitting and having like long in-depth conversations with our you know friends or anything but I felt like when I came to Turkey or maybe it’s especially is mirror I could say there’s a really big like cafe culture where they just it for hours at cafes and to be honest I feel like nowadays compared to back when I first came like 10 years ago I feel like it’s really different I feel like that culture doesn’t exist as much but I can say at least 10 years ago like I would go my friends would invite me to like that cafe to drink some tea and you know we sit there and we drink a tea and drink a second tea we drink a third tea and we’d be talking and after about like an hour and a half like me I’d be like okay I’m ready to go let’s let’s let’s do something else let’s let’s move on do anything else but I felt like the lifestyle here was a little more maybe slow and they were like another team another teeth another tea and here’s keep getting teased and teased and teased and I was like just antsy and like okay come on come on I’m so bored let’s go and it’s not about being with them it’s just about sitting in the same place for so long but also I can say that like they have okay there’s really no way to explain this in English but am a haunting it’s like wait am a honey I’m a honey it’s kind of like a special Turkish place where people go and they drink Rocco which is a special Turkish alcoholic drink and they will usually eat like fish had messes and stuff but anyways point is the whole culture of these mayonnaise is that you sit and talk for hours and hours and hours that is point nobody goes there for 30 minutes for one hour you’re supposed to be there like go all night and for me I don’t know it’s just my personal opinion but I felt like oh let’s go somewhere else let’s go to at least like a different place so for me that was definitely like the culture shock but it’s really nice it’s just like different than what I was used to and the fourth and last culture shock for today is about people having two names versus three names I still really don’t know the whole reasoning behind this but in the US as far as I have ever seen most people have a first name a middle name and a last name that’s pretty basic as far as I have seen whereas in Turkey most people have a first name and a last name with no middle names occasionally some people especially nowadays it’s becoming more popular they will have a first name middle name and a last name sometimes but it’s not required it’s not necessary it’s just kind of an extra thing that’s growing increasingly popular but when I came to Turkey I was so surprised cuz like I would be asking like my friends what’s your last name and they would say thought thought thought not asked like what’s your middle name and they would say like what do you mean middle name I don’t have one and I just remember that blowing my mind like what do you mean what do you mean you don’t have a middle name what your parents didn’t give you a middle name that’s insane well what what went wrong what happened what were they thinking but after a while like I realized that’s kind of just the common procedure in Turkey is that most people just have a first name and a last name and in the US I just personally have never seen anyone with just two names so I’m sure there’s some like historical reasoning behind all of this but I just found it very interesting and also like I just wondered like in Turkey it must be so confusing in like high school because a lot of the names are very common for example like the last name like yo ma it’s so popular and then names like Ali or Mehmet are so popular so I can imagine you would have like like five minutes yo Moses in your classroom and I just like I kept asking my friends like how do you differentiate like which Mehmet because in the u.s. if that happens if you have someone the same first name the same last name we just use their middle name or their initial and it’s easy it’s done guys that’s all the culture shocks I’m gonna talk about for today if you like this video let me know and I will make part two so yeah I hope you guys like this video thank you so much for watching and I’ll see you guys next time bye guys

100 Comments

  1. Deniz .GULSEN said:

    There are baggers in grocery stores in Istanbul. However, they tend to be seen in fancy supermarkets like Macro or Migros in a nice neighbourhood.

    February 9, 2020
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  2. Mert Can Karamustafa said:

    Neden yabancılardan fazla türk var fkdmfkdmfl

    February 9, 2020
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  3. Sappho Pisidia said:

    I just discovered your Elizabeth blog page. I think the videos you made are very nice. I've been watching your videos since yesterday. Because I am trying to learn your language. I was very happy to understand their speech …

    February 10, 2020
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  4. Analog Talagrand said:

    Man, you know economy is bad, when a witcher moves to Turkey to teach English instead of that easy money by slaying them demons. Bernie 2020.

    February 10, 2020
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  5. Aaron W said:

    In Istanbul, the culture shock for me is the driving. Drivers will pull over anywhere and put on hazards and block traffic and it's no big deal to them. They constantly drive the wrong way down a one way street, street signs are merely a suggestion. Taxis are a game of Russian roulette, you have to enjoy taking risks. The only time I see Turkish people queuing is at Starbucks. People will cut infront of you anywhere, the metro, one step away from the escalator, it's funny; the old ladies are the best at it too. Another culture shock is the number of dogs and cats on the street.

    February 10, 2020
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  6. İlyas Bozkurt said:

    burnunu nerede yaptırdın ?

    February 10, 2020
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  7. Hazar Altunok said:

    Chelsea everyone complains about the constant monitoring of the staff in the store 😃😃

    February 10, 2020
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  8. GERÇEK GAMER said:

    you forgot that we drink tea… a lot of tea

    February 10, 2020
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  9. Sinny Awesome said:

    shop stalkers ….i hate them as well…you dont get used to it even if you are turkish

    February 10, 2020
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  10. H&M said:

    How about the gas stations in Turkey opposed to the ones in US?

    February 10, 2020
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  11. Emir Han said:

    Sadece tembelim taammı

    February 11, 2020
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  12. WarhaWk183 said:

    Meyhane dediğin şey bildiğin "tavern" değil mi? Yanlış mıyım?

    February 11, 2020
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  13. BHV Ahsen said:

    You are right abaut cafes, every single place in Turkey is like that kfkfnföd

    February 11, 2020
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  14. Enes Barlak said:

    Bu kızın Türk olduğuna yemin edebilirim ama kanıtlayamam

    February 11, 2020
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  15. Crazy TV said:

    Mk izmirlileri şu kızın elinden tutunda bi iş görsün gelmiş bizim ülkeye ayıp olmasın yardımcı olun aydında olsa ben olurdum

    February 11, 2020
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  16. lovelyjun said:

    me and my 4 names watching the last part of this video : oh ok

    February 11, 2020
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  17. 青い森スナ said:

    YESSSSSSS!! I am turkish and i feel so uncomfortable when they follow me and ask me shit… dude CHILL IM JUST LOOKING

    February 11, 2020
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  18. mavi nokta said:

    Senin soyadını Elizabeth sanmıştım… İkinci ismin olduğu aklıma gelmemişti.bizde çok yok haklısın

    February 11, 2020
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  19. Kirim Salfeux said:

    Middle name? I hate that stuff

    February 12, 2020
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  20. Maggie Mainor said:

    How about a video with words in Turkish that are spelled differently from what they are pronounced? How do you find an apartment in Turkey? Are there credit checks, employment checks?

    February 12, 2020
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  21. eslemnur albayrak said:

    actually many turkish people have middle name, I use my middle name bc I dont like my first name 🙁

    February 12, 2020
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  22. Bereli TV said:

    Kafeye ihtiyaç yok kaldırım taşına oturup saatlerce arkadaşlarla sohbet ederiz. Hayat böyle güzel bize göre

    February 12, 2020
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  23. Gun ay said:

    Shop assistants' following process really anooys me a lot. I think Im going something which will make them angry and leave there asap:)by the way I'm Azerbaijanian

    February 12, 2020
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  24. abu said:

    you can practice your skill of balancing things by carefully watching dolmus drivers in Istanbul. They're experts of the field.

    February 12, 2020
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  25. hse Xan said:

    İ agree with your 1. Problem as a Turk 😁 its so stresful to me and i remember have to fast every time when i am shopping 😂😂

    February 12, 2020
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  26. lalipap a said:

    wish your channel becoming bigger because i just found the channel randomly and watch your five videos even i should study my lessons😂(i have an exam tomorrow) then i decided to subscribe. you re so cute. always smiling and share your opinions objectively anyway just love it 😊
    take care of yourself 🙆🏻‍♀️🙆🏻‍♀️

    February 12, 2020
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  27. Kaan Kaptan said:

    Where do you live in turkey

    February 13, 2020
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  28. Abdurrahim Tuncay said:

    başka bir videoda sevdiğin türkçe şarkıları söyler misin ? 😂😂😂

    February 13, 2020
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  29. Hazar Akkaya said:

    Hangi Türk futbol takımını tutuyorsun ?

    February 13, 2020
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  30. Can Cebecioğlu said:

    2. Şoku bizde istemiyoruz ama böyleler yapacak birşey yok

    February 13, 2020
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  31. Kerem Yörük said:

    "When she …. me, she liked my new hairstyle. " cümlesinde
    SAW mı SEEN mi ? Birisi açıklayabilir mi lütfen ?

    February 13, 2020
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  32. Menrilium said:

    Hayatının hatasını yapmışsın geçmiş olsun

    February 13, 2020
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  33. Rabia Özdemir said:

    Çok merak ettim Mehmet yılmazlar bi beğenebilir mi wlcöasaöcşadöwşcls

    February 13, 2020
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  34. İlker Kararmaz said:

    Türkiye yi ve Türkçeyi bizden iyi biliyor tebrikler

    February 13, 2020
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  35. Gulperi Salman said:

    I get culture shock when i go to Izmir also, I don't understand why they don't have pain relievers, pads, and tampons at gas stations, only at eczanes. I also don't like how they don't bag the groceries.. it's weird. At malls they don't have places to sit, only cafes for that. Have you been to Mavi Bahce? It is really nice! I am originally from Izmir, but lived in NC all my life. I still get culture shock when i go to Turkey.

    February 14, 2020
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  36. Haplo said:

    They hadn't even a lastname until 1935. They were using "son/daughter of Y(father's name)" on legal documents so parents and children had different lastnames. But in public, people were already tend to use a prefix nickname, hometown or profession title to differentiate same names. Then suddenly everyone had to go and pick one but most people didn't even know how to choose one. They must have thought of what a shitty idea to have a lastname. What I've heard many times is that registrar choose one for them, but they must be bored to find a different lastname for each family. Also they must have some kind of list of names to choose one from or ask them to pick for themselves from that list, of course if they know how to read. Yes, only 20% of the population could read in 1935.

    Also I have two names but it's because of my parents couldn't settle on single name like they did with my big bro, so they went with two names.

    There is also a thing called "göbek adı" a name given at birth by midwife/nurse when cutting the navel cord but most people don't even know what their name given at birth is. So in fact, everyone has a prefix name given at birth but since it's not recorded on ID (of course), you are right to think that most people doesn't have a middle name. It's just another shitty tradition.

    Bonus fact: You can still hear "son/daughter of Y" phrase usually in form of "being(¿existing?) from Y(father's name), born from X(mother's name)" if you ever attend to a wedding.

    February 14, 2020
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  37. Nckm_s.s said:

    1. de kesinlikle sadece sen değilsin skndlkxld bunu her markete gittiğimde yaşıyorum sakız alsam bile

    February 14, 2020
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  38. M. Kılıç said:

    You are wrong about the cafe calture.
    People are spending more time in the Cafes and restaurants in US. Expecially in the restaurants. OMG how can a dinner can take 2-3 hours??

    February 14, 2020
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  39. Areej Zeeshan said:

    We also have shop assistants following you around in Pakistan. It was a bit weird at first, but then you eventually get used to it and, they're really helpful.

    February 15, 2020
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  40. sunish surya said:

    Chel

    February 15, 2020
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  41. Simsimi said:

    Chelsacığım bunu tek yaşayan sen değilsin bizde bu durumdan çok rahatsız oluyoruz ama patronların doğru satışçı anlayışı bu malesef. Resmen mağaza seçiyoruz orada başımıza üşüşürler oraya girmeyelim diye :/

    February 15, 2020
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  42. Emirhan Demircan said:

    Bu kanalın videolarini görünce duygaliniyom

    February 15, 2020
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  43. Ege said:

    Türkiye’de yıllardır vardı ürünlerinizi poşetleyenler fakat ekonomi kriz arttıkça büyük market zincirleri cirodan daha fazla gelir sağlayabilmek ve tasarruf edebilmek için bu çalışanları işten çıkarttılar. Hala poşetleyen personeller bulunmakta bazı marketlerde bunlar bazı marketlerin de prosedürüne ve insiyatifine kalmış bir durum.

    February 16, 2020
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  44. athàr Suhàil said:

    This happen in india also where shop assistant follow you like a rat everywhere , so annoying behavior.

    February 16, 2020
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  45. gu kuluk said:

    acaba artık türkçe mi konuşsan :d

    February 16, 2020
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  46. gonca_uk said:

    Just to let you know We bag our own shopping in England as well 🤣🤣🤣 and we have meyhane like places called Pubs in England

    February 16, 2020
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  47. Taner Ertunc said:

    You are doing great Chelsea! You will have much more opportunities if you improve your Turkish. You are already proficient but I suggest you speak Turkish aloud while you are alone at home. Hearing yourself will make you comfortable with the language. Cheers.

    February 17, 2020
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  48. BJORN U said:

    Biz tam tersini yapiyoruz

    February 17, 2020
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  49. liveYour life said:

    Çok guzelsin

    February 17, 2020
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  50. Annie Applez said:

    in US — I bag my own groceries as do most people I know

    February 17, 2020
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  51. Demet said:

    I live in Belgium, and i've been to many other European countries and most of the things you said in this video are also a part of the European culture, not only Turkish. So i guess the culture in the usa is very different.

    February 18, 2020
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  52. Cagdas Aydin said:

    mey means alcoholic beverage and hane means house. Meyhane is alcoholic beverage house; which can be translated as bar 🙂

    February 18, 2020
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  53. Sonal M said:

    1.25x 🙏

    February 18, 2020
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  54. mavi nokta said:

    Heyy nerdesinnn

    February 18, 2020
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  55. Yasin Etli said:

    Hi Chelsea! Nowadays giving your children a middle name is popular in Turkey. Maybe, 50 years from now it would seem like its mandatory to us. But 100 years ago we don't have any surnames. And even more interesting thing is about 1000 years ago, we, Turks, didn't have any names until we earn one! You can earn a name doing something heroic. Similar to Native Americans. And even today, Turkish kids love to give each other nicknames. These names are usually derived from emberrassing incidents or weird personal characteristics. I think it in our genes. I went three different schools and i had three nicknames as well. Anyway, we have some problems with names and this is the summary 😉

    February 18, 2020
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  56. larenufrehtona said:

    chelsea ur so cute i wanna meet you lol

    February 18, 2020
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  57. Nur Pireci said:

    Mağazadaki çalışanlar hem hırsızlıkları önlemek hemde en önemli sebebi budur satıştan prim almak için peşimizde dolaşırlar siz pembeye bakarken belki aklınıza bunun gül kurusu nerde acaba sorusu gelir ve o tam o anda oradadır ve size bir ürün verir belki birde size fuşya verir ve extra satış yapar hatta bu fuşya ruj şu rujla çok hoş olur der ve siz onuda alırsınız ve kasiyere göz kırpar "kanka ben verdim bunları bana geçersin"manasında ve eğer bu gölge gibi dolaşma işini yapmazsa yöneticileri tarafından işini umursamıyormuş gibi bir muamele görür yani mecburdur yapacak başka birşeyi yoktur ekmeğinin peşinde yani o garibanda neyapsin onunda hiç hoşuna gitmiyor inanın

    February 18, 2020
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  58. Sinem Yavuz said:

    Amma velakin sub 😂😂😂😂 I fall you ( Old users not forgot)😂😂😁🤦🏻‍♀️

    February 18, 2020
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  59. Kimber Bauer said:

    Omg I hate those shop assistants too, that’s why I shop at Mango and Zara solely! They make you feel like home and not a guest at a strangers house. Whenever I enter a different store I stress out, and when the assistant approaches me I immediately escape. I never ever go to a Mac store I feel like they are the worst. Sephora got way better over the years. I even sent them a complaint email, I suggested why don’t you hire less and lower your prices which would make our shopping experience a whole lot better. I think they listened. Chelsea we have come a long way, you can’t imagine, they would make you feel like your interrogated a decade ago!!

    February 19, 2020
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  60. Lucifer M. Alpaslan said:

    My culture shock at Turkey was "Animal cruelty is normal at Turkey" the first thing i saw when i get out of airport, was someone kicking a cat. And i see the same thing again yesterday!

    February 19, 2020
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  61. Sniper said:

    İs this woman transgender.

    February 19, 2020
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  62. Merve Rabia DAG said:

    Seninle tanışmak isterdim Chelsea Elizabeth 😂 Çok hoş bir Türkçen var

    February 19, 2020
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  63. Inanc Gumus said:

    Yes, I feel the same at grocery stores. My solution: Pay the last.

    February 19, 2020
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  64. Can Basocak said:

    1 numara gereksiz.Bana da insanların Amerika'da kendi ürünlerini posete koyamayacak kadar üşengeç olmaları ve bunun için bir çalışanın olması tuhaf geldi.
    2 numaraya da katılmıyorum.Görevli gelir yardımcı olabileceğini söyler sen de sadece bakıyorum dediğin de etrafında dolaşmaz.

    February 19, 2020
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  65. Mehmet Yılmaz said:

    9:44 lol

    February 19, 2020
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  66. Atakan Akyüz said:

    Bagging groceries is too difficult for Turkish people too 😀

    February 19, 2020
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  67. benyapmakne said:

    god bless you chealsea amen

    February 19, 2020
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  68. Ozge Acikgoz said:

    Merhaba sebile ölmeze aşırı benziyorsun

    February 19, 2020
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  69. • D I L A R A • said:

    Can you make a video about how to learn turkish?

    February 20, 2020
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  70. Dutch van der Linde said:

    I have seen so much Turkish with middle names and I have a middle name too

    February 20, 2020
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  71. melissa gretzia said:

    Sevioyorum bu kızı yhiaa💓💓

    February 21, 2020
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  72. Beren Kayıkcıoğlu said:

    Senin Türkçe Perfect Perfect 🤣

    February 21, 2020
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  73. AY IŞIĞI MİSYON said:

    Ben Türküm ama benim yanıma bir kez görevlilerin geldiğini bilmiyorum. T_T 🙁

    February 21, 2020
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  74. Ayşe Nur D**** said:

    The reason for only having two names is because until Atatürk implemented a law that makes it necessary to have surnames, Turks only had their first names and were generally referred to as, for example, Ali oğlu Mehmet, or maybe with their occupation in front, or some distinguishing feature, like Sarı Selim or Topal Ahmet. Even nowadays we don't really have 'middle names' in the European sense, some people have two names and can choose to use either or both, whereas in my experience middle names aren't as functional, people don't generally use them. (For example I use both Ayşe and Nur at the same time, like a single name)

    February 21, 2020
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  75. World Wanderer said:

    Before she even said it, I just knew she was going to say "yılmaz" as a common last name and I'm not even Turkish 😂

    February 22, 2020
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  76. TWİCH KOMİK ANLAR said:

    Aga mobil ödeme kullan ya ne çile çektin ajjaja

    February 22, 2020
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  77. Orkun Berk B said:

    Having 2 names became popular with boomer generation mostly. Especially people who born before 1934 had 3 names. (Before 1934 Turkish people had no Surnames)

    February 22, 2020
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  78. Bayram Rüzgar Akgül said:

    Shop stuff stoped to follow custumers in most cities. And in trust we no need mid name. When we need da find out a nick name.

    February 23, 2020
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  79. Dilara Erdem said:

    I m turkish and also have a middle name yeyy

    February 23, 2020
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  80. havin çiyan said:

    Sadece bakıyorum demeniz yeterli gerek yok teşekürler demen yeterli bir zahmete cevir

    February 23, 2020
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  81. havin çiyan said:

    Biz insanları severiz bu yüzden yemek yerken yada bir şey içerken arkadaşlarımızında olmasını isteriz mutlu oluruz bu sizin asosyalliginiz

    February 23, 2020
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  82. fatih tutar said:

    ben türküm süpermarkette ödeme ve poşetlemede ben bile stres oluyorum, ama sırf poşetleme için de çalışan tutulur mu ya

    February 24, 2020
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  83. ÖMER FARUK CENGİZ said:

    I think you are over exaggerating about the names, anyways nice content.

    February 24, 2020
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  84. sedef aydın said:

    Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    CHEALSEA ABLA!! ♡
    YARIN yani 25 Şubat 25th feb. BENİM DOĞUM GÜNÜÜÜÜMMMM!!!! ♡ ♡
    neden yazdımki bunu ben şimdi hahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahagabcmdlajdowöwdlekqlıwltırldmncöcösnvlfnslslgjelwşhfowiwkf

    February 24, 2020
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  85. Aliya Girdaree said:

    Hey there i sent you a message on instagram
    Check it once your free i really need your help.

    February 24, 2020
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  86. melek nennioğlu said:

    We don't like stalker shop assistants and we don't why they do that either

    February 24, 2020
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  87. sakir simsek said:

    Meyhane çoğu zaman daha duygusal bir ortam clup gibi sadece takılmak için gidilmez ondan ötürü farklı bir hava ve farklı bir muhabbet vardır bunu anlamak için daha uzun yıllarınız var…

    February 24, 2020
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  88. Osman Sarıbıyık said:

    if you do turkish video probably your turkish will improve so you can make turkish video 😀

    February 24, 2020
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  89. Eren Deniz said:

    In Turkey we are say "ananı derdini sikeyim"

    February 25, 2020
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  90. icus icus said:

    Bagging groceries yesssss!! I have experience it, i was doing grocery then paying in cashier and the cashier was just walked away after she did her job, i was hoping that she could help me bc my hand was full. 😅😅. I thought she was rude 🙈

    February 26, 2020
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  91. Fatih Yavuz said:

    What is your middle name?

    February 26, 2020
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  92. BIPASHA PREMANI said:

    Hey I m from India. And I am only here because i watch Turkish TV show ask laftan anlamaz. Do u know hande erçel and burak deniz

    February 27, 2020
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  93. Serdar Artıç said:

    Come on, we wanna new videos…

    February 27, 2020
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  94. Melike & Sefa said:

    Amerika'da ve Kanada'da 2 yıldır nadiren grocery paketleyene denk geldim. Belki eyalet veya şehirlere göre değişiyordur. Veya zamanla azalmıştır. 🤔
    Middle name de bana burada değişik geliyor, niye insanların 2şer isimleri var ki diye 😄
    Teşekkürler, videolarınız kendi ülkemin farklarını da fark etmemi sağlıyor 😃

    February 27, 2020
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  95. HN S said:

    Ben görevlilerden rahatsız olduğum zaman söylüyorum ve gidiyorlar

    February 27, 2020
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  96. No Namos said:

    The first thing you said is in Germany the Same 😀 they are also so fast, you just have to quickly throw everything in your bag haha a Trick of Mine is to Pay with your ec card.. because that takes time and in this time you can pack your bags 😂

    February 28, 2020
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  97. BlueRinseEyes said:

    these are so accurate. I'm always fumbling at şok and migros trying to bag my stuff before a teyze knocks me out of the way 😂😂 I love meyhane culture tho….and foriegners DON'T GET IT. They are always rushing off, eating so fast. just chill and talk and drink slowly for godsakes! I hate rushing.

    February 28, 2020
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  98. Cici BeBe said:

    Oturup çay içiyoruz kötü bir şey yapmıyoruz 😥

    February 28, 2020
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  99. ayan abla said:

    kasiyerlerin poşetlemeye yardım etmesi gerekiyor ama çoğunlukla ilgilenmiyorlar

    February 29, 2020
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  100. Eva Texter said:

    I am from Germany and have been in the US several times. I always thought, waiters are rude there because they immediately brought the check after we had finished the last bite 😀 Even though we do not sit in coffee shops as long as Turkish people, in Germany we take our time and don‘t rush. I like the relaxed Turkish way very much! Also having just two names is very common in Germany. People who have a middle name often do not tell you about it because usually it is very old-fashioned „funny“ as they are named after their grandparents.

    February 29, 2020
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