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When ever I use my baaj to tuck in my hair, I can feel the hair breaking, would I have to go and pesh because of this because Everytime I use the baaj I'm like "ohh my God why is my hair breaking"

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No you don't go pesh.

It's like combing your hair. Hair is bound to come out.

Unless you were like: "Let's break some hair with my salai" then you do not need to go pesh.

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2 minutes ago, InderjitS said:

Why are people using Pesh like it's going outta fashion?

Because our babey and panj are making sikhi so kattar

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23 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

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way too many posts here for people asking about Peshi. I mean use some common sense.

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I believe most of the young ones who are not mature enough to understand and they are very afraid of making mistakes. If something happens they get discouraged and very scared of making a mistake (even though it is not a mistake.) They don’t get answers OR they are too afraid/shy to ask around in-person. So internet/fb/forums is the only form they can express their questions freely without showing who they are.

Members may get tired of seeing such questions again and again but replying right advice will help them and hundreds others :)

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32 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

I believe most of the young ones who are not mature enough to understand and they are very afraid of making mistakes. If something happens they get discouraged and very scared of making a mistake (even though it is not a mistake.) They don’t get answers OR they are too afraid/shy to ask around in-person. So internet/fb/forums is the only form they can express their questions freely without showing who they are.

Members may get tired of seeing such questions again and again but replying right advice will help them and hundreds others :)

Fair enough.

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