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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Usually I don't call myself as "eurofan", but I think that it's fully correct term By the way, sometimes I use term "eurosceptic", when someone has a negative attitude to contest

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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Quote Originally Posted by greece View Post
    However it is the first time that I hear that people who love euros are called eurofans as well
    That was totally Stargazer's thought. It never came to my mind.

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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Eurofan is something related to EU more than ESC. Never heard of it used in the context of Eurovision

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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Fans of Eurovision in are called only Eurofans !
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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Here ... I've never heard it or been called it. I've been called a 'Eurovision fan' ... that's all. Eurofan seems a bit more political to me.

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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Yep, I think I saw someone on last.fm having this in his 'About'.

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    #17

    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    ...No.

    On a related note, I absolutely hate how ESC is called Eurosong sometimes in Ex-YU countries. It... it just doesn't seem right to me.


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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Salmon View Post
    On a related note, I absolutely hate how ESC is called Eurosong sometimes in Ex-YU countries. It... it just doesn't seem right to me.
    why?
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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Salmon View Post
    ...No.

    On a related note, I absolutely hate how ESC is called Eurosong sometimes in Ex-YU countries. It... it just doesn't seem right to me.
    Actually it's RTS (and other broadcasters?) pushing this name. The name ''Evrovizija'' is much more common among the people at least here.

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    Re: Have you ever heard of the term "eurofan", referring to an ESC fan?

    Quote Originally Posted by SRBIJA View Post
    The name ''Evrovizija'' is much more common among the people at least here.
    And this is very good. E.g. in Poland we have "Eurowizja", in Russia "Evrovidenie", in Portugal "Eurovisão" and on Balkans (mainly in Serbia?) "Evrovizija". Everything is right now

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