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7 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

I once new a girl just like this'un at school and she was a mean old s***. She only liked blacks and kept long finger nails.Once I caught her picking her nose at the bus stop and this made her feel shame, so became friendly with me.

You sound like Innergear member. Is it you, from a few years back? 

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REGARDING THE MOVIE! main main topic (scroll first page to see clip). Where are the women's Kara, turban or any sign of "Kaur" in their name? WHY have we made it so they represent Punjabi girls on here? They can b from any religion background.

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On 15/07/2017 at 8:27 AM, Hammertime007 said:

Shes the type who would drink coffee from Starbucks,  she London middle class liberal scum. 

Went to family function Hounslow last month and my oh my what gandth..

what a place..mattresses dumped in roadsides, shopping trolleys outside people's home and old sofas disposed just literally out on the streets. What a place. Place seemed full of Albanian descent people and the local High St was a sight I'll never forget. Every shop was a fast food takeaway or Arabic food store.

Then only this weekend just gone was at a wedding engagement function Ladywood and Great Barr areas of Birmingham. Again mattresses and sofas dumped on streets, lots young girls barely 17/18 years pushing a latest fancy trendy 3 wheeler baby nipper pushchair. 

All the locals who attended the function admitted many Birmingham areas had become a scrap heap. One guy piped up that "Solihul is nice man...they have detached houses there"

Strangely all they seemed interested in was the bottles of alcohol and dancing. 

And what is it with guys in Birmingham playing cards whilst drinking at family functions? Seen this few times now.

People of extremely low intellect in both places. Cannot understand why on earth anyone educated in UK born and bred here would want to live in these places.

Found it shockingly bad and I get the impression people in denial

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3 hours ago, Singhberkshire said:

Strangely all they seemed interested in was the bottles of alcohol and dancing. 

And what is it with guys in Birmingham playing cards whilst drinking at family functions? Seen this few times now.

People of extremely low intellect in both places. Cannot understand why on earth anyone educated in UK born and bred here would want to live in these places.

Found it shockingly bad and I get the impression people in denial

they need bani to replace the drinking that they are doing to numb their minds.

And I also have seen the card thing with Birmingham uncles.

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5 hours ago, Singhberkshire said:

trangely all they seemed interested in was the bottles of alcohol and dancing. 

And what is it with guys in Birmingham playing cards whilst drinking

They probably get bored of watching the drunkies wobbling around on the dance floor and some guy thought stuff this "taash hi khelunga". 

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On 17 July 2017 at 2:47 PM, simran345 said:

They probably get bored of watching the drunkies wobbling around on the dance floor and some guy thought stuff this "taash hi khelunga". 

No one was particularly drunk to the point of wobbling. And what's more the play for money! Yes in full view of woman and kids at a family function!

Left me staggered

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On 18/07/2017 at 6:48 PM, Singhberkshire said:

No one was particularly drunk to the point of wobbling. And what's more the play for money! Yes in full view of woman and kids at a family function!

Left me staggered

I don't get what is so bad about playing cards?.. 

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Just now, KhoonKaBadlaKhoon said:

I don't get what is so bad about playing cards?.. 

sikhs are not supposed to gamble , and that cards were associated with gambling for generations  meant that honourable people would never touch them, much like immoral earnings . Now everyone is lax 

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4 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

sikhs are not supposed to gamble , and that cards were associated with gambling for generations  meant that honourable people would never touch them, much like immoral earnings . Now everyone is lax 

Things change, I'm sure women and kids seeing men gamble isn't going to traumatize them. It just seems like a minor issue. Almost gossiping in my opinion. 

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Just now, KhoonKaBadlaKhoon said:

Things change, I'm sure women and kids seeing men gamble isn't going to traumatize them. It just seems like a minor issue. Almost gossiping in my opinion. 

yeah well sikhi doesn't change, only humans steeped in kalyug. There was a time when sikhs looked after their mums and Dads now they turf them out and take over their parent's wealth and land ...does that mean that we shouldn't speak up about it. Used to be girls and guys were expected to not do extramarital sex , should we now not advise again.

Gambling is a major cause of hardship in families, alcohol and drugs also  it is not nothing

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Going back to the topic of certain Punjabi girls 'bad behaviour'. I don't know what to make of this vid. Is it more more white whining that blames females for their downward slide or does is have some substance? If the latter is true, then apneean and apnay adopting western European moorings of promiscuity and the feminisation of males are guaranteeing our doom. I notice eastern Europeans (esp. former soviet ruled places) haven't followed the path of the west. I'm talking about places like Moldova, Poland etc.

 

  

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1 hour ago, CHaamCHrick said:

Yes sis, it is me.  I was going through a very bad time when I first came here, mainly to do with horrible dreams I was having every night.  I have moed on now and don't have so many bad dreams now.

Oh ok. Are u sure you're Innergear? Anyways, if you are, how you doing bro? Good to hear you don't have bad dreams nomore. 

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