2:28 pm - Çar, Ni 2, 2014
#Leyla hep uyuyo! #bebekişişeyler

#Leyla hep uyuyo! #bebekişişeyler

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3:41 pm - Cu, Mar 7, 2014
#chaichai @backhaus  (at Akasya Alışveriş ve Yaşam Merkezi)

#chaichai @backhaus (at Akasya Alışveriş ve Yaşam Merkezi)

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12:36 pm - Pzt, Mar 3, 2014
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4:18 pm - Cmt, Mar 1, 2014
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Facebook Edgerank ve Önemi: Websayfanız varsa, ya da blog yazıyorsanız şiddetle ne olduğunu öğrenmenizi tavsiye ederim.c

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5:30 pm - Pe, Şub 27, 2014

alın oynayın gari :P

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9:01 pm - Çar, Şub 19, 2014
@kırıntı’da #brownie yiyen @scosays’i #anlayamazsınız! #yeme-içme #iyiyaşam #mekan  (at Kırıntı)

@kırıntı’da #brownie yiyen @scosays’i #anlayamazsınız! #yeme-içme #iyiyaşam #mekan (at Kırıntı)

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5:21 pm
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11:16 am
Az kaldı! @budamedyacom yenileniyor! Blog #yazarmısın? O zaman bizle yaz!

Az kaldı! @budamedyacom yenileniyor! Blog #yazarmısın? O zaman bizle yaz!

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11:32 pm - Cu, Şub 14, 2014
@banucandemir is on @onistanbul! Happy Valentine’s day y’all :)  (at ON Istanbul)

@banucandemir is on @onistanbul! Happy Valentine’s day y’all :) (at ON Istanbul)

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11:19 pm - Sa, Şub 11, 2014
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budamedyacom:

Eğlence - ISTANBULplaces.com: 14 Şubat Sevgililer Günü’nde Sıradışı bir Parti! http://bit.ly/Nyqvet


Ben gidiyorum! ;) Orda görüşürüss ;P

budamedyacom:

Eğlence - ISTANBULplaces.com: 14 Şubat Sevgililer Günü’nde Sıradışı bir Parti! http://bit.ly/Nyqvet

Ben gidiyorum! ;) Orda görüşürüss ;P

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11:17 pm
@dispdis.co sunar: #14şubat’ta “işine aşık”lara özel bir #parti! #Maslak @onistanbul’da! ;)

@dispdis.co sunar: #14şubat’ta “işine aşık”lara özel bir #parti! #Maslak @onistanbul’da! ;)

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10:25 pm - Pzt, Şub 10, 2014
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Japonya’dan yaratıcı merdiven boyama örnekleri :P

adteachings:

How Japan encourages its citizens to be just a little more physically active.

Japonya’dan yaratıcı merdiven boyama örnekleri :P

adteachings:

How Japan encourages its citizens to be just a little more physically active.

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10:22 pm
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fastcompany:

It’s here! The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies of 2014

2014’ün en yenilikçi şirketleri: 

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10:19 pm
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vicemag:

How to Buy Jewelry Like a Jeweler, by Clancy Martin
For years I owned a chain of luxury jewelry stores in one of the wildest, most flamboyant, most duplicitous jewelry markets of them all: Dallas, Texas. I won’t tell you every kind of subterfuge I learned from when I first started in the business at age fifteen (the owners of that notorious store that taught me all I know eventually went to federal prison), but with Valentine’s Day coming up, I will tell you what sort of jewelry scams are popular throughout the world now. And just to make it easy, I’ve boiled them down to ten basic maxims. Follow these simple rules, and you will never go wrong in buying luxury jewelry. You’ll even seem like an expert. And that’s rule number one, which I’ll give you for free: If you seem like you’re in the know, if you come off as someone who’s in the business, most jewelers will be hesitant to try to dupe you. Never act like this is your first—or even fifteenth—time in a jewelry store. You cannot be intimidated by your salesperson. You must be confident and in complete control. Better still, tell the salesperson you don’t know much about jewelry at all—and then let slip, through the tricks I teach you below, subtle hints that convince him you’re an expert in disguise. Then the dealer will suspect you are trying to dupe him. And he will fear you.
1. All colored stones are treated.
There is simply no such thing as a “natural”-colored gemstone, particularly not in a jewelry store, and certainly not if it’s been set in a piece of finished jewelry. (Incidentally, “finished jewelry” is a term you should remember: It means a piece that has been completely assembled, rather than, say, a ring setting that is still waiting for its center stone.) So if someone is telling you a stone is natural, you can smile and say, “Oh, it hasn’t even been heated?” Now your salesperson must either admit that it’s been heated or lie to you or simply reveal his incompetence. In any event, you have established your superiority. There are natural pearls, but they are so rare that you should insist on a certificate guaranteeing their authenticity (more on such certificates below) and only buy from an established business that specializes in natural pearls. The most respected jewelry stores and auction houses in the world have been fooled into selling cultured pearls as natural and into selling treated colored stones as untreated.
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vicemag:

How to Buy Jewelry Like a Jeweler, by Clancy Martin

For years I owned a chain of luxury jewelry stores in one of the wildest, most flamboyant, most duplicitous jewelry markets of them all: Dallas, Texas. I won’t tell you every kind of subterfuge I learned from when I first started in the business at age fifteen (the owners of that notorious store that taught me all I know eventually went to federal prison), but with Valentine’s Day coming up, I will tell you what sort of jewelry scams are popular throughout the world now. And just to make it easy, I’ve boiled them down to ten basic maxims. Follow these simple rules, and you will never go wrong in buying luxury jewelry. You’ll even seem like an expert. And that’s rule number one, which I’ll give you for free: If you seem like you’re in the know, if you come off as someone who’s in the business, most jewelers will be hesitant to try to dupe you. Never act like this is your first—or even fifteenth—time in a jewelry store. You cannot be intimidated by your salesperson. You must be confident and in complete control. Better still, tell the salesperson you don’t know much about jewelry at all—and then let slip, through the tricks I teach you below, subtle hints that convince him you’re an expert in disguise. Then the dealer will suspect you are trying to dupe him. And he will fear you.

1. All colored stones are treated.

There is simply no such thing as a “natural”-colored gemstone, particularly not in a jewelry store, and certainly not if it’s been set in a piece of finished jewelry. (Incidentally, “finished jewelry” is a term you should remember: It means a piece that has been completely assembled, rather than, say, a ring setting that is still waiting for its center stone.) So if someone is telling you a stone is natural, you can smile and say, “Oh, it hasn’t even been heated?” Now your salesperson must either admit that it’s been heated or lie to you or simply reveal his incompetence. In any event, you have established your superiority. There are natural pearls, but they are so rare that you should insist on a certificate guaranteeing their authenticity (more on such certificates below) and only buy from an established business that specializes in natural pearls. The most respected jewelry stores and auction houses in the world have been fooled into selling cultured pearls as natural and into selling treated colored stones as untreated.

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10:15 pm
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mertidinle:

Bizim düzenlediğimiz bi parti arkadaşlar, gelmeseniz bile benim için rebloglarsanız sevinirim.. Şimdiden rebloglayanlara teşekkürler!Parti detayı için; https://www.facebook.com/events/261508900691325/

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mertidinle:

Bizim düzenlediğimiz bi parti arkadaşlar, gelmeseniz bile benim için rebloglarsanız sevinirim.. 

Şimdiden rebloglayanlara teşekkürler!

Parti detayı için; https://www.facebook.com/events/261508900691325/

14 şubatta napıosunuz?

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