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I admit.. i farted on the bus today and gave a dirty look to the bibi (for farting) sitting next to me while covering my nose :wub:

thanks for sharing :wub:

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i admit....................i like picking the dry skin off the bottom of my feet......................exfoliation without buying any fancy sponges or burshes or cream.................. :wub:

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i admit....................i like picking the dry skin off the bottom of my feet......................exfoliation without buying any fancy sponges or burshes or cream.................. :wub:

eeewwwwwwww

i admit... grin.gif ...................My memorys rubbish!

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I Admit.........i usually ask questions and then ten minutes later i end up answering them myself lol and i also admit............i have a dark and sometimes weird sense of humour lol

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:wub: i luv this thread u lot are crazzzzy :wub:

well...my turn: :wub:

I admit....... I talk too much on the net - non-stop CONSTANTLY, but off the internet I can't speak, cowardice :wub: blush.gif

I admit.....I come across too strong in a negative way; when talking about other faiths - I can't help it though my mind has a mind of its own....

I admit.... I have too much krodh blush.gif

I admit....I can't get up for Amrithvel'eh becuase am too lazy :wub:

I admit.....I get offensive when someone says something about my faith or people....

I admit...am too much of a "happy-chappy" and take everythin to "haha"ly way, BUT I also admit I can be serious when I need to be :wub: :wub:

I admit...I get bored of things that I have no interest

I admit....Bhai Hajinder Singh Jee Srinagar-Val'eh are the best Ragee in the world!!!

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^^^ u do talk alot....ahahaha ....one long post u got there :e:

i admit, i like Dragonball Z :wub:

ewwww

i was like the onli kid in the world that never watched that show

anyways

i admit.... im a big time papi :..:

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i admit someone smelt like skunk on the bus :wub: but it wasn't me :wub: it was ..... gossi.gif :wub:

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    •  I used to believe this until I started managing my brother's matrimony profile  a year ago who received lots of interest from girls  who are looking for non trimmer , vegetarian and religious. My brother being less religious created more problem for him in finding life partner. The main factors that people see in India for marriage is how much a guy earn , how much property his family own and what the status of his family.If by any chance .If by any chance your these factors are on weak side then even super gursikh families won't consider you as rishta
    • I'm aware of this bro. The majority of Muslims I have spoken to still use the Persian derivative - one could still easily say Wudhukhanna as the two words do not differ much. My overall point was the one referring to the difference between Wudhu/Wuzu and Gusul. Not just Pakistani Muslims, Indian Muslims have also started this trend of saying Allah Hafiz which is funny because everytime I've said 'Ramadhan', I've been corrected by the same people to say 'Ramzaan'. It's all due to the popularity of the Deobandi sect. I do actually agree there should be some purging of Persian/Arabic words from Punjabi. Despite my views on Farsi, I actually prefer Sanskritized (or original) Punjabi, and regularly receive looks of suspicion when I replace a common word with the original. Today there is definite overuse of Arabic/Farsi where it is absolutely not necessary. The rise of Sufi singers like Satinder Sartaaj and Kanwar Grewal, and even the 'great' Gurdas Maan hasn't helped. Deras like Laddi Shah etc has had a detrimental effect on the youth. To what extent would this purging occur though? There's a thin line between colloquial and religious language.
    • And what exactly is your point? Yes the word 'martyr' in current usage meaning sacrifice has an Indic root word. That doesn't mean the root word has the same connotations. 'mrit' doesn't necessarily mean sacrifice or martyrdom in the traditional sense.
    • The word Wuzu is Persian derative of Wudhu and Namaz is the Persian for Salah. The Persians had to find a way to purge the Arab words and find their own words. In Pakistan, Muslims are being encouraged to say Allah Hafiz instead of Khuda Hafiz because Khuda is Persian and not Arab.
    • Gusul is a far deeper ritual than the one performed before simply reading Namaz. Wuzu is in fact the purification used, and is done is a Wuzukhanna. As for Gusulkhanna being used for bathroom, well most of rural Punjab didn't have bathrooms as we know them now. People would either bathe outdoors, in an open space i.e. behind a wall, or they would use a makeshift screen consisting of a manjha and chadar. Defecation was done out in the fields as we know. The was no single word used. At religious sites, it is often referred to as Ishnaanghar.
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