|Eleftheria Eleftheriou - Aphrodisiac - Live - 2012 Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final 1 Video|
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Date uploaded: 2012-05-22
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Eleftheria Eleftheria (Elle) we love you.You are the graitest person in the world and the graitest singer in the world .
No this song is ok... good.
she cannot sing
And she comes from the Island of Aphrodite too!!
Haha best comment in whole chat.A greek totally agrees with you!Love from greece!~ MOLITVA
No sabe cantar
Seara dear, from the age of 12 we learn the ancient Greek language (many hours per day) and we take exams every year!! Modern Greek and ancient Greek are almost the same! The only things that change are the roots of some words and the syntax! Also we use many phrases of ancient Greek language in our everyday life!!! Please, do not just say your opinion without knowing a few things about us first!!
Middle finger to all dislikers! Love from Serbia!! ~:)
azerbaijan and greece
Everyone is free to act the way he/she wants and do anything he/she wishes as long as it does not harm others.Save the speech about morality etc cause you sound like a Taliban who nevertheless jerks off in the view of a video portraying a singer dressed like a "prostitute".
oh well that's interesting ! My bad, I believed they were two different languages. Thanks for the information! :) I also love your country! I went there a few months ago and the people were so friendly!!
Her name is like a subspecie of animal.
we have never seen**
Sorry, but I speak ancient greek and greek very fluently and I need to tell you that it is the same language. I don't know who told you it is not, but yeah it is. In our schools we learn ancient greek from a very young age (12) and we end up to a point when we are able to translate texts that we have never live in our life, to see how our language has evolved. But it is the same language...I say that with no intension of hate or whatever, I love Persia!