Gemide

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Year:
1998
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Everything must be orderly

and under control.

Rules must be kept. Laws, regulations.

For example, I'm like this

country's prime minister.

Everything revolves around me.

On heading out to the sea, this

little vessel becomes a nation

In fact I have more duties

than a prime.

People and the alike. I don't.

I'm in charge of security,

training, health and entertainment.

Kamil is like the deputy

prime minister.

You're both citizen

and civil servant.

Therefore, we have to be pretty smart,

disciplined and on our toes.

We always have to look out

for each other and ourselves.

The boxer... he's late.

Go out and see if he's coming.

Is he coming?

There was nothing to see.

Perhaps I couldn't see him

because of the darkness.

He'll come now.

Where were we?

The woman was undressing

and you told her to stop.

Right, I said stop.

I had her get dressed again.

I told her to get closer.

I began undressing her.

She had this hood on.

Below that a long skirt with a slit.

The slit came up to here.

I took off the cape and beneath

was this shirt of shiny coth.

I unbotton the shirt.

I kiss her lighty on one side of

the neck like this.

I embraced her.

She got goose bumps.

Her tits were as firm as stone.

I lifted one of her legs.

It emerged like this from the slit.

After that I didn't strip of her anymore.

I slipped it in her mouth.

I'm really hungry. Where is that kid?

By now there should be this

lovely milk pudding.

Jiggling like this in its bowl.

Just like when you swat your

woman on the ass.

Anyway, where were we?

You slipped it in her mouth.

The story is over punk. Everybody knows the rest.

I'll have a look if he's coming.

How come we don't eat pickled hooves.

I really miss them. Piping hot.

Wouldn't that be a pain?

Who'd prepare the stuff?

Now there are instant ones. You throw them right in

the pan.

Are there pre-cooked pickled hooves?

There is all kind of pre-cooked

things, has to be with them, too.

Where is that bastard gotten to?

I'll kill him.

I'm starving.

Look, if there's any bread left.

I told you, you'd eaten all.

- Allright, go and see if he's on his way.

- Kamil is watching for him.

Then you look, too.

The guy is just not around.

I'm starving, damn it.

Aren't you all?

I haven't had anything for lunch either.

I'll even eat the boxer

if he shows up.

And what meat we could get

off you Kamil.

Some parts of human

even resemble lamd.

Which ones?

I- I know.

Men's flesh would be stiff.

Women's would be soft.

Is this your stiff, jerk?

I'm hungry.

Did you fall in the sea?

Hurry up and set the table.

What now?

Don't tell me you dropped

the food. Spit it out.

- I didn't spill the food.

- Go and bring it then.

Kamil, what's he saying?

- Tell him.

- I got mugged.

What the fuck?

I got mugged.

- I'm really cold.

- Go, get a towel.

Where's the food?

There was a crowd. Six people.

They lifted all my money.

I barely escaped with my life.

The row boat is on the shore.

I begged them and got one

or two of them down.

They were too many. I said

that it was our food money.

A whole week's savings. Captain

would be angry, he'd kill me.

What'll we do now?

I'm so hungry and the money's gone.

Who took my money?

You let my money get stolen.

Shut up! I'm gonna fuck your face!

Where'd you get rolled?

In Laleli. If we go together,

we'll get it back.

You can stay out of it,

if you want.

Just stand by and

Who are you going to

find in stanbul?

- I'll find them.

- If we all go, I'll find.

- Let's go.

- Don't butt in, sit down.

Where the hell is the food?

- You've fucked us up!

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