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Title: I met Babar yesterday in Turkey (Mini Mittens)
Post by: Gord10 on 29 Mar 2018, 16:12
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Babar came to Turkey recently with his friend. They were mostly in other cities, but they had a chance to visit Ankara (the capital city, also where I live in) yesterday. I brought them to the city center, places where Turkish food are served best, and a random cafe where they could drink Turkish coffee. I was planning to show them a street which is more like European and drink the coffee there, but we had to take their train tickets and it was too adventurous, so I took them to a cafe close to the place where we bought the tickets.

It was such a fun day. I hope I can meet other AGS'ers in the future, too.
Title: Re: I met Babar yesterday in Turkey (Mini Mittens)
Post by: cat on 29 Mar 2018, 17:09
Nice! It's always great to meet fellow AGSer :)

Btw, I was wondering for quite some time if this is you on the avatar or some celebrity/film character I don't know - I'm glad this is sorted out now ;)
Title: Re: I met Babar yesterday in Turkey (Mini Mittens)
Post by: Jack on 29 Mar 2018, 19:00
Btw, I was wondering for quite some time if this is you on the avatar or some celebrity/film character I don't know

I always wondered if it was the comedian from Bad Boys.
Title: Re: I met Babar yesterday in Turkey (Mini Mittens)
Post by: Babar on 03 Apr 2018, 20:51
Just saw this thread!
Yes, it was the great Ahmet/Ahmed meet-up! :D
Gord10 gave me a grand tour of the city interspersed with what was essentially a train-ticket scavenger hunt.
And yes, having never attended a mittens, it's fun to have still met so many AGSers!
Title: Re: I met Babar yesterday in Turkey (Mini Mittens)
Post by: LimpingFish on 05 Apr 2018, 00:54
Always cool to see AGSers meeting up. :)

Having met two dozen or so AGS peeps IRL, I can attest to the following:

1. It's damn cool.
2. It instantly changes how your brain "hears" their forum posts.