1. Your entire family alone can populate a small city. Via kindo.com 2. You always say "open the light" instead of "turn on the light". Via politifact.com 3. You drank Çay all the time. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via tugbakibar.com Which meant it was the drink of choice for breakfast , lunch and dinner! 4. If you were lucky and had Turkish Tv, this was what was on all the time. Via dorian-turner.tumblr.com There were serious fights in your family over which soccer team was the best. But you are sure our National Team can beat anyone. 5. If someone brings out the sunflower seeds at a party you know its going to be a long night. Via its-z.tumblr.com Once you start you can't stop! 6. You call everyone either Abi , Abla , Amca , Teyze even if they're not related to you. Via worldwidesantizo.blogspot.com You also greet them like this ! 7. As a child your parents would spend 30 minutes just talking at the door when you're about to leave. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via mygifdump.tumblr.com While you wait for what seems like hours and try to get them to hurry up. 8. There were always fights over who gets to pay the bill at resturants. Via theshiftofconsciousness.info 9. This was your mom's weapon of choice. Just hearing the word "Terlik" scared you. 10. You were used to seeing this on a "Dolmus" in Turkey. Being packed like sardines in the summer on a tiny bus was not fun. 11. You were confused when you first saw these in Turkey. It was disgusting and scary to use for the first time. 12. Your parents answer to any cut,bite,or itch. You always brought back 5 bottles from Turkey. 13. You were always disappointed to find your mom's sewing supplies instead of cookies in this box. Via doobybrain.com 14. Whenever you talked on the phone you never said "Hello" you would say "ALOOOO". Via toliveisanactofcourage.tumblr.com 15. Even if you were not born in Turkey , you still love your home country and would show your pride everywhere. Vatan Sagolusun !