We'd hear Peter laughing, calling out to Marash Boy, "Gaynanan seni seviyor!" Known to be late, Marash Boy was always the last to arrive for dinner, (Peter used to laugh and say, you can call me whatever you want, as long as you don't call me late for dinner!) and Peter delighted in calling out to his new son-in-law, "Gaynanan seni seviyor." It was a play on a play on a play on words, play that the folks from his home town of Marash loved, and word play that multi-lingual Peter, though he was 12 when he left, carried with him to the United States. Remembering Peter, Marash Boy and Marash Girl, to this day, love to play with those very words as well, and use them whenever someone, anyone, arrives at their home when the supper has just been put on the table. "Gaynanan seni seviyor . . .Your mother-in-law loves you." Go figure. It's meaning upon meaning upon meaning, humor upon humor upon humor, and very hard indeed to explain. Wanna give it a try in the comments below?