demr

ok but we’ve totally been sleeping on emre x dejan

i mean  they arrived in the same year, which prolly means they stuck together cus thats what the new guys do

plus they prolly bonded over their hella good looks and hand crafted cheekbones

their friendhship is hella look

i mean they train together alot


and they have this cute little arm around the waist thing, i mean ITS SO CUTE 

LOOK HOW CUTE

they celebrate together too 

look

PLUS ALL THE SELFIES (BRACE YOURSELVES GUYS)

AND LUNCH DATES

also the #supermodel pics, i mean they are literally always together

look at them standing around all adorable and sexy like together

Also Dejan brought Emre gel for christmas when will ur fave 

i mean look at emre’s pleased face, so cute, HES SO HAPPY, its adorable


They also do alot of the lfc media stuff together too

like this signing 

they also did this VIDEO together, the last few secs are totally worth it. HAND CRAFTED OK

and modelling for lfc’s fall wear

i mean look at emre smiling at dejan

AND THIS, ITS WAY TO CUTE, look at them, ASFGVDHBF, FUCKING HELL I CANT 

AND THIS GROUP HUG 

LOOK AT DEJAN STARING AT EMRE BYE

AND EMRE IS TOTALLY ADMIRING DEJAN HERE

THEY ARE SO FRICKING CUTE

Also this pic is way too adorable 

listen all im saying is that this friendship is way too IMPORTANT AND ADORABLE and we should stop sleeping on it, 


(gifs arent mine, credit to who made them)

Turkey: Facts You May Not Know

Google Maps image illustrating the geographic centre of the world.

  • Turkey is the centre of the world!
    • According to one calculation, by Holger Isenberg, a rural part of  Çorum is the geographical centre of the world. A previous calculation estimated that the centre was 150 km south of Ankara. Ironically, the old calculation was near Akşehir, an area claimed to be the centre of the world by Nassredin Hoca, a character and historical figure believed to have lived in the 13th century. 

Previously the largest church in the world for nearly a thousand years, the Hagia Sophia was converted into a mosque under the Ottomans and later a museum. 

  • Christian Wonderland
    • A secular country with a majority Muslim population, Turkey actually has some of Christianity’s most important sites. A number of important figures in Christianity where born in what is now modern day Turkey including: Saint Paul born in Tarsus (Mersin), Abraham in Urfa, Saint Paul in Gökyurt (Konya), Saint Nicholas in Demre (Antalya), and Polycarp in Izmir. The Virgin Mary is believed to have stayed in a house located on Mt. Koressos and the chapel is visited by both Christians and Muslims to this day. Debated to be one of the first built churches, Church of St Peter is located in Antakya (Antioch). The 7 Churches of Apocalypse are all situated in the Aegean region of Anatolia - Ephesus, Smyrna (Izmir), Pergamum, Thyatira (Nazilli), Sardis, Philadelphia (Alasehir) and Laodicea. There are numerous churches, monasteries and other holy christian buildings throughout Turkey some that are now preserved as historical sites but some that are still active. There is a small practicing Christian community in Turkey largely made up of ethnic Greeks, Armenians, and Assyrians. 
  • Turks love Facebook
    • Turkey ranks number 7 among countries with the most Facebook users in 2014 with over 42% penetration. Turks enjoy having close-knit and simultaneously large networks, one of the reasons the site has proven so popular in Turkey. 

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