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read doc ë Perking the Pansies Jack and Liam move to Turkey ✓ Paperback » randarenewables ñ Jack and Liam fed up with kiss my arse bosses and nose to nipple commutes uit their jobs and move to a small town in Turkey Join the culture curious gay couple on their bumpy Soul ''Kym Ciftci On the Ege Magazine OntheegecomJack and Liam bring a certain je ne sais uoi to the souks and heap a plate of dry British wit to their Ottoman misadventuresCharles Ayres author Impossibly Glamorous Impossiblyglamorouscom hilarious saucy witty heartwarming and incredibly moving Perking the Pansies is chock full of odd characters and odder situations Jack Scott has a way with words and proves that it is the relationships we surround ourselves with that matter mostLinda A Janssens Writer and Co Author Turning Points Adventuresinexpatlandc Excellent Witty Fast read true stories that read like fiction

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Jack and Liam fed up with kiss my arse bosses and nose to nipple commutes uit their jobs and move to a small town in Turkey Join the culture curious gay couple on their bumpy rite of passage in a Muslim country Meet the oddballs VOMITs vetpats emigreys semigreys debauched waiters and middle England miseriesWhen bigotry and ignorance emerge from the crude underbelly of Turkey's expat life Jack and Liam waver Determined to stay the course the happy hedonistas hitch up their skirts move to the heart of liberal Bodrum and fall in love with their intoxicatin Jack Scott must be sitting on a goldmine For apparently Perking the Pansies is his first book I'm guessing he must have kept some diaries in the 20years he spent in social care before relocating with husband Liam to TurkeyScott's definitely got an eye for the poetic Here he is describing seeing his future hometown for the first time As we breached the brow of the hill we caught our first picture postcard glimpse of Yalikavak shimmering at the end of a lush valley below like randomly scattered sugar cubes on an overgrown lawn E17 where the couple relocated from it ain'tThere follows tales of expatlandia Some of them comic the characterization of some of the lower life almost Dickensian in detailThe rest tragic including stories of abduction and even murderJack and Liam play the expat game in Yalikavak But by their own rules Later they immerse themselves in a going native style adventure by upping sticks and moving to the largely expat free BodrumBorn out of the blog of the same namePerking the Pansies is an accessible read Engaging in tone it's like Scott's perpetually dipping into his wallet to buy the next round Now how about those diaries Jack

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Perking the Pansies Jack and Liam move to TurkeyG foster land Enter Jack's irreverent world for a right royal dose of misery and joy bigotry and enlightenment betrayal and loyalty friendship love earthuakes birth adoption and a senseless murder Perking the Pansies will make you laugh out loud one minute and sob into your crumpled tissue the nextScott pulls no punches A good read and hopefully the first of many by new boy on the block Jane Akatay journalistAn insightful tale of life abroad with a twist from the pen of a serial people watcher Expat Jack lays his characters bare along with his heart and Many may dream of leaving the rat race behind for a new life in an exotic locale but it is the rare few that actually follow through When gay couple Jack and Liam choose breathtakingly beautiful Muslim Turkey in which to make their fantasy life of leisure come true you know you're in for an exciting ride At turns hilarious saucy witty heartwarming and incredibly moving Perking the Pansies pun fully intended is chock full of odd characters and odder situations Jack Scott has a way with words deftly weaving images and accurately capturing the idiosyncrasies and foibles of this all too human lot In doing so he pulls back the curtain on prejudice and acceptance the underlying thrills frustrations and challenges that come with living in a different culture and the conflicting emotions that tug at expatriates enjoying life far from family members and cherished friends In the end Jack proves that it is the relationships we surround ourselves with that matter most All in all a terrific read