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Farina Elia Fan
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:29 PM
Im not sure if its been posted before but I was reading the Observer paper here in the UK an the sport monthly section has a nice interview with both Novak and Ana and one of the questions is Are women attracted to you?



and here is Ana's answer -


'Oh my god, Ive had a few uncomfortable experiences but im so allergic to that. I just can't...even now when I see my friends and they just want to kiss the cheek. I prefer men.'




:lol::lol::lol::lol:

Mic-190286
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:32 PM
weird.

RR-87
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:33 PM
a few uncomfortable experiences :hehehe:

Slumpsova
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:34 PM
Kim prefers men too but she still can kiss every opponents on court :shrug:

supergrunt
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:35 PM
:)

Destiny
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:38 PM
shes is so hiding from her true sexuality
wat a weird comment to say

tenn_ace
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:41 PM
what a stupid question to ask to begin with...........

Nicolás89
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:42 PM
'Oh my god, Ive had a few uncomfortable experiences but im so allergic to that. I just can't...even now when I'm so excited and I see my friends and they just want to kiss the cheek. I prefer men.'

:eek:

plantman
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:55 PM
Honesty & Innocence

SvetaPleaseWin.
Jan 6th, 2008, 08:59 PM
homophobe :p

treufreund
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:00 PM
Ana, grow up. :rolleyes:

Vacant
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:02 PM
Allergic to?

Mature comments, lol.

Max565
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:04 PM
Stupid, weird question. Thus, a stupid, weird answer... :o

saint2
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:04 PM
Good girl :kiss:

Sefo
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:05 PM
'Oh my god, Ive had a few uncomfortable experiences but im so allergic to that. I just can't...even now when I see my friends and they just want to kiss the cheek. I prefer men.'

So gay.

M2k
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:10 PM
Ana ---> :help:


...allergic to what ? another woman? a lesbian? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

@Sweet Cleopatra
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:11 PM
she didn't mean to say allergic , but the question was so stupid , her english is bad , she meant to say , I'm straight ,

Dexter
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:14 PM
what a stupid question to ask to begin with...........My sentiments exactly...

dybbuk
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:16 PM
Some people are looking way too far into her answer. :tape:

I especially had a laugh at the person telling her to grow up. :lol: I find it even more disturbing that they care so much about her attempts to answer an awkward question in her broken English. :unsure:

rrfnpump
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:16 PM
Despite being a stupid question and despite english not being her first language, Ana could have handled the question better.

Starting with "O my god" and using the word "allergic" isnt the best way answering it.

Farina Elia Fan
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:17 PM
she didn't mean to say allergic , but the question was so stupid , her english is bad , she meant to say , I'm straight ,

exactly!

dybbuk
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:19 PM
Despite being a stupid question and despite english not being her first language, Ana could have handled the question better.

Starting with "O my god" and using the word "allergic" isnt the best way answering it.

Agreed she could have done without the "Oh my God", but she clearly couldn't find the right word when she said "Allergic." That has nothing to do with being homophobic or anything, just a classic case of someone making a mistake speaking their second language.

tenn_ace
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:23 PM
she didn't mean to say allergic , but the question was so stupid , her english is bad , she meant to say , I'm straight ,


not true

she speaks beautiful English

hablo
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:27 PM
Odd answer.

serenus_2k8
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:30 PM
Lol i could see quite the photoshoop opportunity if she said yes!

iPatty
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:30 PM
I think homegirl is hiding something. :hehehe:

Wiggly
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:32 PM
Why didn't she just smile and let Novak answers? :confused:

M2k
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:33 PM
she didn't mean to say allergic , but the question was so stupid , her english is bad , she meant to say , I'm straight ,



Such a coward! ...you edited your original post to now this...:rolleyes: You're such a racist Sweet Cleopatra :help: at least stick to your original quote!

Farina Elia Fan
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:34 PM
Why didn't she just smile and let Novak answers? :confused:

it wasnt a joint interview, they just have interviews from both players, sorry for not making it clear :)

Textor
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:35 PM
Good news for guys :D :p

A'DAM
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:36 PM
Stupid, weird question. Thus, a stupid, weird answer... :o

Spot on :yeah:

go_russia
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:37 PM
she didn't mean to say allergic , but the question was so stupid , her english is bad , she meant to say , I'm straight ,

i'm not sure that her english is bad ... it's a clumsiness she spoke about her own experience and not a generality ... a bit of indulgence please !!! :tape::tape:

Sean.
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:37 PM
Wow...this is going to add a whole new level to the Ivanovic Mauresmo games...


No. Seriously people i think she was just shocked by the questions, it isn't something you get asked every day!

Danči Dementia
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:37 PM
Also this quote is from a UK paper......and sometimes they only want to create gossips and this time they took advantage of Ana´s english and they took her off guard with the question

starin
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:43 PM
Is Ivanovic now the new Alexandra Stevenson? :hearts:

DaMamaJama87
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:46 PM
LOL for those jumping down her throat. Her English isn't that great and she's trying to say that she knows what she likes and that isn't women. Give her a break, she's just being honest.

spiritedenergy
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:50 PM
Honesty & Innocence

:worship:

That's Ana Ivanovic for you my dear. :hearts:

saki
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:52 PM
I do try to cut people who aren't talking in their first language some slack but, really, her comment about feeling strange about her female friends kissing her on the cheek is bizarre in the extreme.

esquímaux
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:52 PM
a few uncomfortable experiences :hehehe:
:lol:

Bruno71
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:55 PM
I don't think you use a term like "allergic" without knowing exactly what it means without a language issue. That said, big deal. She doesn't like women kissing her. I don't think that's such a bad thing to say. The funny thing is she says "I prefer men," as if she desires both sexes but just likes one over the other :lol:

saki
Jan 6th, 2008, 09:58 PM
The whole article -

Ana Ivanovic
Taking an early evening constitutional along the western shore of Lake Zurich, Serbian tennis star Ana Ivanovic is talking, 19 to the dozen, about the curious world she inhabits. Even the swans turn their heads the better to catch this 6ft 1in peach-skinned girl as she walks, and talks, and sips her large Starbucks takeaway. Then talks some more.
She is wearing skinny jeans, a bitter-chocolate leather jacket and a cream silk scarf. In conversation, as on court, she covers a lot of ground quickly. No sooner has she dispatched the subject of Robbie Williams than she is happily lobbing George Clooney into the conversation and skilfully volleying the topic of Slobodan Milosevic back over the net.
As we head up Zurich's old cobbled streets, she is talking about travel, which, as a professional tennis player, takes up 90 per cent of her time. 'I live in a suitcase,' she says, but you know what she means.
Ivanovic reels off the matches played and the countries visited in the past year alone, and you cannot begin to calculate the air miles and the WTA kudos she has accumulated. There was the Australian Open (she reached the third round), French Open (she lost the final to Justine Henin), Wimbledon (memorably beaten in the semis by Venus Williams) and the US Open (knocked out, fourth round, that Williams woman again).
Meanwhile, without so much as a sip of barley water, she was also off to the Tier I events. 'Tokyo, Miami, Berlin, Rome, San Diego, Toronto, Moscow,' she says in a resigned sing-song.
By the time we have meandered back towards Starbucks (she needs refuelling), it has been made plain that no matter how moneyed, mollycoddled and media-massaged these tennis princesses may be, most of them put in more court appearances per year than Pete Doherty.
Does your personality change once you're on court?
I'm more aggressive. It has to happen because if you're too soft you're going to lose. I'm very easy-going off court, but I really want to win once I'm walking on to the court.
At that moment, do you hate your opponent?
I try not to think about the person, just their tactics, their weaknesses and strengths. I play against the ball. It doesn't really matter who you're playing at that point.
Even if you're facing one of the Williams sisters?
That's a little harder. They play very aggressively.
Are you a bad loser?
Very bad. Even if I play backgammon with my coach I hate to lose. I won't talk to him for, like, an hour. So imagine how it feels when you lose at tennis. That makes me determined not to lose because I hate it so much. Even at a set down and match point I always believe I can come back.
But sometimes you must know it won't happen...
Sometimes. In Australia against [Vera] Zvonareva, I was 6-2, 5-1 and 40-0 down and I was thinking: 'Nothing's going my way today.' And when you're having a bad day, there are normally a lot of people watching, so it's sort of embarrassing.
What do you do half an hour before a big match?
I like to be alone and listen to music. Every match I play, I have a tune in my head over and over. It might only be a few words or a small piece of the tune, but it can drive you mad.
Can your mind drift during matches?
It's not always possible to concentrate completely, so you'll find yourself thinking about something someone said earlier. That's when you have to pinch yourself and get back to what's happening on the court.
Have you ever cheated?
No. Actually, I did once. I was a junior and there was no referee and I played against this Russian girl and she cheated so badly. She was calling balls out that were a metre inside the line. I was so angry, I thought: 'Every time she cheats, I'm going to cheat her back.' So I did.
Earlier this afternoon, Ivanovic made a fleeting appearance on the sports floor of an upmarket (this is Switzerland, they don't do downmarket) department store. As a resident of Basel, she is treated as a local in Zurich. Her approachability is appreciated and fans cluster around as she dispenses multilingual goodwill and free Adidas T-shirts.
Ivanovic's sponsorship deal with the sportswear giant was engineered - like her entire career - by her manager, Dan Holzmann, a Swiss-based German entrepreneur, who took on Ana when she was 14. He needed only two hours before deciding to invest the half a million dollars it would take to groom the naturally gifted girl. Within 18 months of her 2003 pro debut, Ivanovic had paid this seed money back. Holzmann continues to negotiate shrewdly - with Adidas, Wilson, Aqua Viva and Verano Motors - on his charge's behalf. With her global marketability and his business acumen, they make an enviably winning team.
Having remained unmolested for the duration of her lakeside date, Ivanovic is spotted by a few youths. They blush and jostle and, much like your reporter, ask her random questions that she claims to enjoy more than talking tennis tactics. 'Get it over the net and between the lines,' she says of her complex technical game. 'At the end of the day it's really that simple.'
Do you remember the war starting in Serbia?
No, I was too young, but I remember the bombing in 1999 . That was something I'll never forget - the biggest shock of my life. My parents tried to keep it away from us, they wouldn't talk about it or put the news on. But schools were shut, nobody went to work, everything stopped. It was a bit scary, but people really stayed together and protected each other.
[B]Describe your bedroom as a child.
When I was very young I shared my bedroom with my brother. He's four years younger than me. Later we had separate rooms. Mine was apricot-coloured - nice, eh? I was so happy because I had a TV in my room. I wasn't crazy about putting posters up of movies stars or singers. I only really loved Monica Seles - I so was obsessed.
Your parents must have found your tennis obsession strange...
Yes, firstly because I was such a clumsy kid. I couldn't run without knocking something over. Then I wanted to play tennis and no one in my family knew anything about tennis. Looking back, I really don't know what attracted me to it, but I still have a video of my first-ever practice, when I was five. Watching it now, there was a little bit of talent there; I could hit the ball.
Do you feel that you missed out on a normal teenage life?
Not really - I never liked going out to parties. Partying and drinking were never my thing.
Do you cry easily?
I'm quite an emotional person. I cry a lot. I do not like conflict, so if I have an argument with my parents I'll often cry. I become too emotional. I cried after I lost in the Stuttgart Open. Another bad day for me and she [Tatiana Golovin] played better than me. But there'll be plenty more opportunities.
The world's fourth-ranked woman tennis player insists on buying and fetching the foamy mugs of ubiquity from the Starbucks counter. 'I just love these places,' she says without a hint of irony, and if you were 20 years old and had gone from war-torn Serbia to itinerant tennis ace, you might feel the same.
Ivanovic is a wealthy woman these days - she won more than $3m (£1.5m) in 2007 alone. She wears Armani Code perfume, goes on regular frock-shopping raids with her lawyer mother (dad, handily, is an economist) and invests her sponsorship millions on the advice of top European businessmen.
Tall, beautiful, talented, minted. That's it, she's getting the next coffee, too...
Your website is among the most-visited of any female athlete. Which do you visit most often?
I shouldn't say Lime Wire [a music-sharing site], should I? I go to iTunes! And YouTube is always interesting. You can find anything on YouTube.
Who, to your mind, is the most attractive woman on the tennis circuit?
[Laughs] It's hard to say for a girl but... [Maria] Kirilenko. She's quite attractive.
Are women attracted to you?
Oh my God, I've had a few uncomfortable experiences but I'm so allergic to that. I just can't... even now when I see my friends and they just want to kiss the cheek. I prefer men.
Do you prefer men to be philosophical or funny?
I like men who are thoughtful, but overall I would prefer them to be funny.
Here's a funny but slightly philosophical joke: no matter how good you get at tennis, you'll never be better than a wall.
A war? Oh, a wall. Yes, that's funny.
Could you ever date a short man?
I know you should say it's about the person inside, but probably not. I'm tall and it's too difficult.
Why don't you just marry Novak Djokovic and have unbeatable tennis babies?
[Laughs] We're still so young. We're both just 20. We have many more years in front of us yet.
Are all Serbians good-looking?
As a people, Serbians are very tall, and we have olive skin and dark hair, which can look very nice. You have to be very beautiful to stand out.
Would you ever play tennis drunk for fun?
No, I've never done anything drunk. I'm an in-control person. I was tipsy a few times but I can't drink. I told you, I'm a real party-pooper.
Can what you wear affect your game?
It really can. You'll be wearing a dress you don't feel comfortable in or you'll think: 'These shorts keep coming down all the time!' You lose focus if you think your shorts are falling down.
Are you able to jump the net?
No, I'm not. I should learn.
You may need to do that at Wimbledon this year. Is there anything you wouldn't do in order to win Wimbledon?
Oh, I'd do so much that you can't imagine - as long as it wasn't really bad.
Sell your soul?
No, I need that.
Your grandparents?
I love, love, love my grandparents.
Eat a dog?
Eat a dog?! No, nothing that crazy. And I wouldn't do something like jump in the Thames naked. I'm just not that type of person. But you probably understand that by now.
A church bell sounds six. It comes from an elegant clocktower with a wide, round face. Standing beneath the steeple, like its human embodiment, Ana Ivanovic watches the young couples drift by in the fading sunlight. 'I'll have a family and live in my own home one day,' she says without emotion. 'But that's for the future.'
Interview by Adrian Deevoy

drake3781
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:02 PM
I do try to cut people who aren't talking in their first language some slack but, really, her comment about feeling strange about her female friends kissing her on the cheek is bizarre in the extreme.

That is what I think too. :o

dybbuk
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:04 PM
Nice interview. :)

"Are all Serbians good-looking?
As a people, Serbians are very tall, and we have olive skin and dark hair, which can look very nice. You have to be very beautiful to stand out."

I can seem to remember people saying that same thing in Ana's forum not too long ago, but got yelled at by Serbians posters for it. Something about comparing them to those "damn Turks" :spit: :p

ninanina19
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:05 PM
Nice interview.

Dexter
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:06 PM
I can seem to remember people saying that same thing in Ana's forum not too long ago, but got yelled at by Serbians posters for it. Something about comparing them to those "damn Turks" :spit: :pGood old days with Tennis Twatija! :drool:

DimaDinosaur
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:12 PM
Ana is homophobic as hell. Women don't even want her so she needs to get over herself

danieln1
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:22 PM
Wow very nice interview, Ana is such a sweet girl! Some parts were funny...

tilliii
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:30 PM
saying "allergic" is a serbian thing for really not liking something. but still, weird quote.

spiritedenergy
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:40 PM
saying "allergic" is a serbian thing for really not liking something. but still, weird quote.

not only serbian.

Lovely interview, thanks.
And what's up with this tukish thing? Serbs are usually taller and very different looking from Turks.

SvetaPleaseWin.
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:42 PM
Agreed she could have done without the "Oh my God", but she clearly couldn't find the right word when she said "Allergic." That has nothing to do with being homophobic or anything, just a classic case of someone making a mistake speaking their second language.

maybe she did mean to say "allergic"-maybe she is happy being homophobic ;)

Is Ivanovic now the new Alexandra Stevenson? :hearts:

no-if so it would have been her mum making those comments :p

saint2
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:45 PM
Could you ever date a short man?
I know you should say it's about the person inside, but probably not. I'm tall and it's too difficult.


Is 170 cm a "short man"? :lol::lol::lol:

©@®eLess
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:47 PM
well maybe it was Martina or Lisa or Amelie asking her that question while holding their hands or her knee .... :lol:

sharapovarulz1
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:47 PM
It seems as though she is denying it way to much, I say she is a lesbian in denial lol j/k

harloo
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:54 PM
I really don't understand what's offensive about her remarks. All she was saying is she doesn't swing that way, no big deal. I think some people like to make more out of a simple statement than what's intended. Ana isn't homophobic in the least bit.:)

alias
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:56 PM
That was a cute interview.:hearts:

sammy01
Jan 6th, 2008, 10:57 PM
yeah i prefer men to, dosen't mean i haven't played the odd round of hide the pink parsnip with a few women.

Wayn77
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:01 PM
It seems as though she is denying it way to much, I say she is a lesbian in denial lol j/k

:lol: :lol:

So do we know if Ana has a boyfriend at the moment?

Or is she on the prowl and who in ATP would be a good match?

sammy01
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:04 PM
:lol: :lol:

So do we know if Ana has a boyfriend at the moment?

Or is she on the prowl and who in ATP would be a good match?

not gasguet he likes cock! :p

@Sweet Cleopatra
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:05 PM
Such a coward! ...you edited your original post to now this...:rolleyes: You're such a racist Sweet Cleopatra :help: at least stick to your original quote!

what're you speaking about I didn't edit any thing , there was 2 posts for me on this thread , one was saying bravo and this one , I deleted one and kept one cause I thoght the other one has no meaning , and don't call me a raciest , choose good words ,

Lucemferre
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:10 PM
Why don't you just marry Novak Djokovic and have unbeatable tennis babies?
[Laughs] We're still so young. We're both just 20. We have many more years in front of us yet.



She didn't say no ;)

iPatty
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:12 PM
yeah i prefer men to, dosen't mean i haven't played the odd round of hide the pink parsnip with a few women.

:spit:

Jovana.
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:12 PM
Ana :hug: that did sound homophobic :lol:

Wiggly
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:13 PM
It's weird, it's the only bizarre answer.

aussie12
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:13 PM
Good old days with Tennis Twatija! :drool:

i wish he was here now to read that even ana think they have olive skin lol.

interesting answer bout her and nole

daniela86
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:14 PM
Good old days with Tennis Twatija! :drool:
:lol: :lol:
not only serbian.

Lovely interview, thanks.
And what's up with this tukish thing? Serbs are usually taller and very different looking from Turks.
Yes,in general that's true. The thing is that Serbs were occupied by the Ottoman Empire for centuries (from 1389 till the 1870s) and that nowadays some :weirdo: still resent Turks and Orient (where people are usually a bit "darker" than the Europeans ) and don't want to be compared to them :p

I really don't understand what's offensive about her remarks. All she was saying is she doesn't swing that way, no big deal. I think some people like to make more out of a simple statement than what's intended. Ana isn't homophobic in the least bit.:)

Yes, I think and hope that's it :p but I wonder what were the bad experiences though :hehehe: :p

jackbauer
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:18 PM
Im not sure if its been posted before but I was reading the Observer paper here in the UK an the sport monthly section has a nice interview with both Novak and Ana and one of the questions is Are women attracted to you?



and here is Ana's answer -


'Oh my god, Ive had a few uncomfortable experiences but im so allergic to that. I just can't...even now when I see my friends and they just want to kiss the cheek. I prefer men.'




:lol::lol::lol::lol:

What that means????? :eek:

Claudio :bounce:

PD. Anita... I love youuuuuuuuuuuu ... :hearts:

Sefo
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:19 PM
Lesbian in denial, I don't think so. But a straight ladyboy, well maybe.

spiritedenergy
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:29 PM
:lol: :lol:

Yes,in general that's true. The thing is that Serbs were occupied by the Ottoman Empire for centuries (from 1389 till the 1870s) and that nowadays some :weirdo: still resent Turks and Orient (where people are usually a bit "darker" than the Europeans ) and don't want to be compared to them :p



Yes, I think and hope that's it :p but I wonder what were the bad experiences though :hehehe: :p

I know well. Let's say Serbs are more Byzantine than Ottoman, that would keep them happy;)

@Sweet Cleopatra
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:30 PM
some of you consider any girl who says I don't like girls to kiss me as a man cause I'm straight is a lesbian in denial , that's not right ,

spiritedenergy
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:32 PM
some of you consider any girl who says I don't like girls to kiss me as a man cause I'm straight is a lesbian in denial , that's not right ,

OMG I agree with you!


...the world is coming to an end...:drink:

Jovana.
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:35 PM
some of you consider any girl who says I don't like girls to kiss me as a man cause I'm straight is a lesbian in denial , that's not right ,

omg I agree with you...:tape: it's true I hate when girls kiss me in the cheek but I'm not an undercovered lesbian...:help:

Slumpsova
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:38 PM
omg I agree with you...:tape: it's true I hate when girls kiss me in the cheek but I'm not an undercovered lesbian...:help:
you aren't even a girl :o

LudwigDvorak
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:40 PM
yeah i prefer men to, dosen't mean i haven't played the odd round of hide the pink parsnip with a few women.

I wish I could good rep you again. Jesus Christ. :spit:

The Daviator
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:41 PM
What a stupid question :o And that's the type of question where she really wouldn't know what to say and would most likely make a mistake in English, she probably wanted to be very clear she likes men :lol:

Jovana.
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:41 PM
you aren't even a girl :o

wtf? yes I am

ninanina19
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:42 PM
It was a stupid question imo and she answered it very well.

Wayn77
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:44 PM
How strange ... never come across this girl to girl kissing issue before.

So does Ana refuse the customary kiss on the cheeks at the net, at the end of the match. Can't say I've really noticed.

I do remember Vaidisova at Wimbledon, looking like she was gonna slap Ana across the face.

But that's probably because Nikki lost :haha:

tilliii
Jan 6th, 2008, 11:45 PM
i don't think it's a weird question, i think it's quite funny actually. she probably just got a bit nervous and lost her sense of humour for a moment.

Tennisation
Jan 7th, 2008, 12:12 AM
allergic = homophobic

M2k
Jan 7th, 2008, 12:14 AM
what're you speaking about I didn't edit any thing , there was 2 posts for me on this thread , one was saying bravo and this one , I deleted one and kept one cause I thoght the other one has no meaning , and don't call me a raciest , choose good words ,


Dumb as a tool...that's what you are :help: Your original post was very idiotic. You're just lucky an admi didn't see it...because it was that bad :tape:

Junex
Jan 7th, 2008, 12:36 AM
a standard closet answer!!!!

@Sweet Cleopatra
Jan 7th, 2008, 12:43 AM
Dumb as a tool...that's what you are :help: Your original post was very idiotic. You're just lucky an admi didn't see it...because it was that bad :tape:

I swear by God I didn't edit any thing on that post , you're sure speaking about someone else ,

Natash.
Jan 7th, 2008, 12:44 AM
http://img159.imageshack.us/img159/4701/lj11jd1.jpg

:devil:

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 12:59 AM
allergic = homophobic

:tape:

people give her a break! Not everyone is supposed to like gay people, there is still freedom in this world, kinda.

pepsi
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:04 AM
Sounds like a typical homophobic answer.

She should at least make out with Sharapova first before condemning the lesbian lifestyle.

sammy01
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:05 AM
:tape:

people give her a break! Not everyone is supposed to like gay people, there is still freedom in this world, kinda.

em i think the point of a free world is to not dislike someone because there gay! you can dislike someone because they annoy you or whatever, but to dislike someone because of there sexuality is wrong. who people love or sleep with is there perogative.

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:07 AM
em i think the point of a free world is to not dislike someone because there gay! you can dislike someone because they annoy you or whatever, but to dislike someone because of there sexuality is wrong. who people love or sleep with is there perogative.

freedom is to dislike whoever for whichever reason, as long as it is harmless to them. Gays are obssessed with being liked by everyone, and it's wrong.

treufreund
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:07 AM
:tape:

people give her a break! Not everyone is supposed to like gay people, there is still freedom in this world, kinda.

:eek::rolleyes:

sammy01
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:12 AM
freedom is to dislike whoever for whichever reason, as long as it is harmless to them. Gays are obssessed with being liked by everyone, and it's wrong.

no its not you cant dislike someone for there religion, its the same with sexuality. you would say i was absurd if i said i dont like her because shes straight.

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:13 AM
no its not you cant dislike someone for there religion, its the same with sexuality. you would say i was absurd if i said i dont like her because shes straight.

why? I know gay people who don't like straigth people and don't want to hang out with them.

dybbuk
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:19 AM
why? I know gay people who don't like straigth people and don't want to hang out with them.

Please..... just stop talking, you have single handedly managed to make everything worse...

sammy01
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:20 AM
why? I know gay people who don't like straigth people and don't want to hang out with them.

which is bad and they are shallow people. it takes a strong person to only take people at face value and not judge them before knowing them properly.

i understand what you are trying to say, but i cant obide anyone disliking wether they be gay, straight or whatever, other people because of there sexuality.

The Daviator
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:21 AM
Please..... just stop talking, you have single handedly managed to make everything worse...

Exactly, this hole he's digging can't get any bigger :o

ceiling_fan
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:24 AM
Why don't you just marry Novak Djokovic and have unbeatable tennis babies?
[Laughs] We're still so young. We're both just 20. We have many more years in front of us yet.

lol Ana didn't even bother denying it and saying they are "just friends"

M2k
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:26 AM
freedom is to dislike whoever for whichever reason, as long as it is harmless to them. Gays are obssessed with being liked by everyone, and it's wrong.



It figures! No wonder you like Ana, both of you are fucked in the head :smash:

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:29 AM
It figures! No wonder you like Ana, both of you are fucked in the head :smash:

you're proving my point, you're dictatorial in your manners. Again, give anyone freedom to think what they want, if you want to control people's mind move to Soviet Union and never come back as nobody will miss you.

Langers
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:35 AM
Im not sure if its been posted before but I was reading the Observer paper here in the UK an the sport monthly section has a nice interview with both Novak and Ana and one of the questions is Are women attracted to you?



and here is Ana's answer -


'Oh my god, Ive had a few uncomfortable experiences but im so allergic to that. I just can't...even now when I see my friends and they just want to kiss the cheek. I prefer men.'




:lol::lol::lol::lol:
Ana!!! :yeah: Good girl!

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:40 AM
Exactly, this hole he's digging can't get any bigger :o

OMG I thought you were smart:confused:

Anyways I love the Irish movie "The crying game" and the character Dil:)

The Daviator
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:44 AM
OMG I thought you were smart:confused:

Anyways I love the Irish movie "The crying game" and the character Dil:)

I am smart :p But would you say the same about a person's colour? You can say things like that since you have 'freedom' but they're offensive to some :o

I've never seen that movie :lol:

Langers
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:44 AM
em i think the point of a free world is to not dislike someone because there gay! you can dislike someone because they annoy you or whatever, but to dislike someone because of there sexuality is wrong. who people love or sleep with is there perogative.
Bad luck, still happens, move on.

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:46 AM
I am smart :p But would you say the same about a person's colour? You can say things like that since you have 'freedom' but they're offensive to some :o

I've never seen that movie :lol:

talking about gays and Ireland, whatch it, it's superb.;)

The Daviator
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:49 AM
talking about gays and Ireland, whatch it, it's superb.;)

Why were you watching it? ;)

Burgundy
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:51 AM
you're proving my point, you're dictatorial in your manners. Again, give anyone freedom to think what they want, if you want to control people's mind move to Soviet Union and never come back as nobody will miss you.

Amen!

égalité
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:51 AM
freedom is to dislike whoever for whichever reason, as long as it is harmless to them. Gays are obssessed with being liked by everyone, and it's wrong.

"Harmless" as in it keeps homosexuals afraid and in the closet, promotes suicide by gay teens, and creates a social atmosphere that is unfriendly and hostile to gays?

And as for being "obsessed with having everyone like us," what should we be obsessed with? Making everyone hate us? Oh, wait... :rolleyes:

spiritedenergy
Jan 7th, 2008, 02:01 AM
"Harmless" as in it keeps homosexuals afraid and in the closet, promotes suicide by gay teens, and creates a social atmosphere that is unfriendly and hostile to gays?

And as for being "obsessed with having everyone like us," what should we be obsessed with? Making everyone hate us? Oh, wait... :rolleyes:

what about indifference to what people think? You can't please them all.

serenus_2k8
Jan 7th, 2008, 02:13 AM
This argument is so dumb :rolleyes:

wukenaihe
Jan 7th, 2008, 03:14 AM
such a cute interview.

switz
Jan 7th, 2008, 03:18 AM
what a moronic question. she doesn't speak english so well but in any event what is she supposed to say "I love it when women come onto me. I want to have hot lesbian sex with all of them"

switz
Jan 7th, 2008, 03:19 AM
This argument is so dumb :rolleyes:

how unusual for this place :o

M2k
Jan 7th, 2008, 05:09 AM
you're proving my point, you're dictatorial in your manners. Again, give anyone freedom to think what they want,if you want to control people's mind move to Soviet Union and never come back as nobody will miss you.



Make up your mind kid!

...or at least follow your own advise. I took the liberty to tell you you were a little fucker. What's wrong with that? :shrug:

OrdinaryfoolisNJ
Jan 7th, 2008, 05:15 AM
I don't see a problem with her comments. She's been approached, its not her thing at all!!! To me she was teasing about her friends and kissing on the cheek. Not everyone is gay (duh....). To those that are, good for you. For those that ain't, good for us too. Its all good.

OrdinaryfoolisNJ
Jan 7th, 2008, 05:22 AM
allergic = homophobic

I didn't take it that way. I think she meant that she's not interested. That's way different than being homophobic. It just means she ain't gay. Its all good.

Helaena
Jan 7th, 2008, 05:42 AM
:rolleyes: this is no big deal people.....stop overreacting ;)

mankind
Jan 7th, 2008, 05:48 AM
she didn't mean to say allergic , but the question was so stupid , her english is bad , she meant to say , I'm straight ,

I agree with you for once. I'd like to hear how some critical people in this thread would answer that question in Serbian. :rolleyes: I'm sure it would come out even worse.

Bruno71
Jan 7th, 2008, 07:38 AM
what a moronic question. she doesn't speak english so well but in any event what is she supposed to say "I love it when women come onto me. I want to have hot lesbian sex with all of them"

Well the question was actually if women were attracted to her, so she could've answered "yes," "no," or "I have no idea."

~Cherry*Blossom~
Jan 7th, 2008, 08:28 AM
What a dumb answer :weirdo:

Nikkiri
Jan 7th, 2008, 08:38 AM
:o at people saying she's homophobic. I doubt she meant it the way you are assuming, her english is good but it's not great. Seems like she was maybe shocked by the question and nervously gave that answer. And she sometimes gets her words mixed up. It's was a nice interview :)

andrewC
Jan 7th, 2008, 01:06 PM
tard

Fidello
Jan 7th, 2008, 02:13 PM
Make up your mind kid!

...or at least follow your own advise. I took the liberty to tell you you were a little fucker. What's wrong with that? :shrug:
You know, person who worship Obama & Edwards (or any politician) should be much more quieter. As for Ana, she was clearly surprised with the question and her answer was a bit clumsy and even homophobic. Thank God for that, this political correctness is seriously getting on my nerves

ivanban
Jan 7th, 2008, 02:25 PM
Odd question and even clumsier answer :cuckoo:
BTW, Ana's english is very good, so I don't think she got confused. Answer simply wasn't written in her "Politically-correct answers for beginners" book

Ninny
Jan 7th, 2008, 02:54 PM
Gays are obssessed with being liked by everyone, and it's wrong.

and you know that .... because ............... ? :tape: :lick:

Ninny
Jan 7th, 2008, 02:59 PM
talking about gays and Ireland, whatch it, it's superb.;)

Hmm ... when are you gonna come out the closet then? :tape: I'm sure it's OK on this board - seems pretty safe to me!

davidmario
Jan 7th, 2008, 09:50 PM
what questions are that?? :lol:
"eat a dog" :haha:

Mr. Gospodin
Jan 7th, 2008, 10:57 PM
I’ve read your comments. Kissing cheeks three times is a traditional Serbian greeting; men to women; women to women; and if you’re a Christian warrior: men to men. Not everyone has the right to these traditional greetings, which could turn bad (read violent); therefore, do not imitate this culture if it isn’t yours.

If Ana truly did answer questions to this UK magazine with answers such as ‘allergic’ then from where (read whom) in her English language circle of learning did she observe such common speak? She used the word ‘heavy’ last year to describe her emotional feelings towards the movie Blood Diamond.

The Serbs truly have the privilege to hear Ana speak her natural language and self.

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Reply to post #43:

There is a certain female “¼ trait” within Bosnian Serbs where blonde women inherent blond hair, but not the men. It goes back many, many centuries to their Russian villages.

Re: Turks and Serbs
Serbs with Turkish blood call themselves Bosniaks. Very much diluted but some of their traits do exist in the Bosniak communities. During Ottoman Turkish occupation of the Serbian Empire, young Serbs between the ages of 6 and 10 were taken away from their parents by the Turkish Army and sent to Turkey to be trained in an elite army, as in close to the sultan. They were called the Janissaries. Many Turks in Turkey are beautiful because they have Serbian traits from the Janissaries. Some of these Janissaries brought Turkish brides to the Serbian homeland.

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Reply to post #95:

M2k, you know something about Ana? Explain.
It figures! No wonder you like Ana, both of you are fucked in the head

Here is your chance to explain.

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Re: quick to use the word homophobic
She made it very clear she is straight. Do not touch her. Do not direct her. Do not embarrass her.

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Re: disrespectful questions in the UK interview
You are aware a Serb killed a member of UK [news] journalist community? Why?
Why Isn’t it readily available on the internet searches?