(nil): Akis Karnouskos (akis(@)ceid.upatras.gr)
Ημερομηνία: Τρι 11 Φεβ 2003 - 15:03:59 EET
To the beat of Toni Braxton's "He Wasn't Man Enough For Me"
Who do you think i am
dont you know that she wont my woman
cause i chose to let her go,
not enough oregano in her kotopoulo...
She aint got no magazi
or a black infiniti
not enough prika for me
she wasnt greek enough for me
Fere ena nero
kai taise to moro
min mou kanis grinies giati
piso sti mana sou piges
ton kafe den petixeni
kai h mana tis mou mbeni
Don't wake me up in the afternoon
my siestas more important
there's still tsimbles in my mati
i'm not gonna leave my krevati
can't perform vedouzes
or masaz my large patouses
can't read her mabri mira
out of mini flitzanaki
she wasnt Greek enough for me
+++++++ Part 2 ++++++++++++
Ksereis oti eisai Ellhnas apo ta ekseis:
1. You make frappe before leaving home, when getting to the office,
after lunch, when having guests, before the guests leave, after the
guests leave and before going to bed.
2. When shops have a sale they call your mom.
3. You still have clothes that you used to wear when you were five stored
4. You call an older person you've never met before "Thio"
(Uncle:father's side) or "Thia" (Uncle: Mother's side) .
5. You hide everything from your parents, but they still think they
know everything about you, and make you believe that they actually do.
6. You learn how to beg the personnel at the airport to allow the
excess baggage you've got as soon as your father stops doing that for you.
7. When you arrive home you find 20 people waiting for you at the airport.
8. Every summer you must go to your village.
9. Every time you go to your village, you meet relatives you never
new they existed, and they look nothing like your family.
10. You look for universities as far away from home as possible, or as
close to home as possible.
11. You always curse at Greeks and then when you travel to Europe or
the States you only make Greek friends.
12. When you come back from college you still have to live with
your parents, and fight over curfew all over again, as if you never left
13. Your relatives alone could populate a small city.
14. Everyone is a family friend.
15. You fight over who pays the dinner bill.
16. You teach Europeans/Americans swear words in your language.
17. When you go on a date you start thinking of places that you never
thought of before to avoid family or family friends.
18. You end up in a lousy place and still bump into the relative with
the biggest mouth.
19. You think you are liberated when you can't even smoke in public.
20. If you are 25 and not married yet, your parents make you feel that
you are getting too old.
21. Getting married becomes the only way you could escape your parents.
22. You tell your friends how to rebel against their parents when you
can't stay out past midnight.
23. You always say "Open the light" instead of "Turn on the light".
24. You ask your dad a simple question and he tells you a story of how
he had to walk miles just to get to school with no shoes.
25. Your parents were ranked the first in school. (...or so they claim)
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