yurtta pizza, cihanda pizza

pizza: hou van natuurlijk.

eh ama pat diye evde, yurtta olunmuyor, veya evde yurtta gibi hissedilmiyor. pat diye olmaz bu işler, belli ki.

geçmişten beri duran taşlardan da ev yapılmıyor.

pizza, soğuk bir taş. semboller de sakıncalı.

taş’tan ev.

A home, or domicile, is a living space used as a permanent or semi-permanent residence for an individual, family, household or several families in a tribe. It is often a house, apartment, or other building, or alternatively a mobile home, houseboat, yurt or any other portable shelter. A principle of constitutional law in many countries, related to the right to privacy enshrined in article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the inviolability of the home as an individual’s place of shelter and refuge.

Homes typically provide areas and facilities for sleeping, preparing food, eating and hygiene. Larger groups may live in a nursing home, children’s home, convent or any similar institution. A homestead also includes agricultural land and facilities for domesticated animals. Where more secure dwellings are not available, people may live in the informal and sometimes illegal shacks found in slums and shanty towns. More generally, “home” may be considered to be a geographic area, such as a town, village, suburb, city, or country.

A home’s occupants may be a single individual, a family, household, or several families in a tribe. Occupants may be part of other groups, such as nursing home residents or children in an orphanage. Domesticated or tamed animals may live alongside human occupants for various reasons.


A home is generally a place that is close to the heart of the owner, and can become a prized possession. It has been argued that psychologically “The strongest sense of home commonly coincides geographically with a dwelling. Usually, the sense of home attenuates as one moves away from that point, but it does not do so in a fixed or regular way.” Since it can be said that humans are generally creatures of habit, the state of a person’s home has been known to physiologically influence their behavior, emotions, and overall mental health. People may become homesick when they leave their home over an extended period of time. Places like homes can trigger self-reflection, thoughts about who someone is or used to be or who they might become. These types of reflections also occur in places where there is a collective historical identity, such as Gettysburg or Ground Zero.


mayıs’ı eylül’e, eylül’ü ekime kadar getirebildik. gerisi ağlamaklı havalar. neyse geçer. çünkü, geçsin diye gidilmedi o yollar ama, her şey geçer.

aslında o taş bile geçer. inanırsan, o taştan ev de yapılır. neyse.


whole world upside-down. kutunun içinde tek bi taştan ziyade bi ev vardı. neyse boğazımda dursun bakalım bi süre.

dressed for …

it’s been a while i’m made of ribbon,

she’s been inside, now i’m full of her

to her knows when our clearance cold,

i’m dressed for space ( where you are full of) now can i come?

it is!

it’s fuckin’ lonely without you.

those were in your bag:babe could you please take ’em because i fuckin’ broke everything . i cannot even walk, holding your hand. broken :/ because i’m also fuckin’ sorry that i broke and i’m broken. because i shouldn’t have.–.-

hey, this is the time to fix things up, ge?

isn’t it?

i love you.

believe me.

maybe she loves you, too.


this is somehow direct out of a place near a bus stop with ipa. she left me to lagunitas, going to her place called ,home, bueno, home sounds like her, if she consents. lagunitas tries to help untill then. tomorrow is a time untill …- then …–.-

those among you who have visited a brewery already know. Those who have not- can not imagine. It is said that it takes a lot of beer to make great wine. What then does it take a lot of to make great beer? Answer: Human flesh; Gobs of it. Not in the beer, of course, but on the blisteringly hot sides of the whirlpool tank, or on the spinning shaft of a pump head. If you should see one of our club footed, three-fingered, cycloptic albino brewers on the street, you might be inclined to toss them a quarter. But don’t! These individuals are highly paid professionals- Masters of Their Craft, and committed to their trade with little or no regard for their own personal safety- or physical appearance! Masters are cruel, and beer is no exception. Beer may be the cruelest master. Our brewers hope you enjoy the product of their passion. Just try not to picture their twisted forms as you enjoy their fresh, fine ales. Cheers! LAGUNITAS

it would not be appropriate to load a picture of the box here eh and what’s inside.

drin steht liebe.