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Fun Time / Rishta Him/Her
« on: November 15, 2015, 07:02:14 PM »

I'm just tryna add life to the virtually dead forum.

Why would you recommend rishta'img someone? First one is an example.

Rishta her if her Rotiyan are round, without the help of a bowl :P

Help & Suggestions / PJ topic suggestions
« on: July 16, 2015, 10:28:29 PM »
Since PJ is running out of sensible topics, I thought I would give you lot some suggestions. Here they are:

What's your pant size
What's your bra size
What's your shoe size
What's your dad's shoe size
What colour chunni are you wearing today
What colour chunni is your mum wearing today
Is your dad wearing his kachera today? If yes what colour?

More suggestions welcome

Gup Shup / Desi endearments
« on: July 11, 2015, 07:44:32 PM »
Hi there! It's been a while I made a topic so thought of something.

Terms of endearments - These are words or phrases people say to their loved ones.

Could we all share what terms of endearments our parents or grandparents use? And what you plan on calling your better half's with? Lol

My dad to my mom: "Basant Kaureh", "Mai mono"

Mom to dad: "Oh ji", "Sundeh oh", "Sunde ni"

I know they're funny ones :laugh:

Start posting yours!

Introductions / New Friends / Intro action
« on: July 02, 2015, 08:10:27 PM »
Helooo.... I'm Bae... KNeW here... Just landed from the pendh..

Didn't have your postcodes and addresses so thought I'd write a chithi here.. :P

Hor kidaaa bai ji's....  :love:

Gup Shup / Wedding tracks
« on: February 17, 2015, 05:08:23 PM »
Post tracks (geets) that you would want to be played at your wedding! Look forward to see some really old skool vya tracks! Get posting!

You know I'm soon getting there, so need to start collecting tracks to be played at my wedding :laugh:

Jatt di pasand is defo playing at my wedding!  :happy:
Jatt Di Pasand [Full Song] Billiyan Ankhiyan

Fun Time / Ways to ruin a "desi" date
« on: January 14, 2015, 07:36:42 PM »
Alright then all you've got to say is how one can ruin a desi date.  :pagel:

Here are some examples:

1. Swipes card, transaction declined - Card failure

2. Thode kol £5 haige change?

3. Showing up late?

4. Let's go to the Gurdwara?

Think of other stuff than can ruin a desi date!

Fun Time / 3 words Punjabis say
« on: October 11, 2014, 02:53:29 PM »
List three words Panjabis often say.. Panjabi phrases, things parents say, things you hear off desis etc

They have to be 3 only. I'll say the first one:

Baija Baija hogi

Gup Shup / Awkward Moment when...
« on: October 07, 2014, 04:19:33 PM »
I'm sure we all go through some or the other awkward moments throughout the day. List them!

Here's an example:

Awkward moment when you are checking out a girl and she catches you and you act as if you wasn't checking her out

Gup Shup / Say something about your future partner
« on: October 07, 2014, 04:09:12 PM »
Hiya! Let's talk about our future partners? Some of you may still be on the lookout for your special someone, some might have found their significant others. But that's okay, we can all have our say.

List the stuff you feel for them today.

I'll start off.

You will forever be my wife. I will love you for everything you are, everything you are not, and everything you will become.

Go on!

Gup Shup / Your worst fears...
« on: October 03, 2014, 04:34:15 PM »
List your worst fears.

Say for example - fear of rejection.

Go on!

Gup Shup / You know you're Panjabi when...
« on: September 18, 2014, 03:20:36 AM »
As simple as it sounds, post stuff which indicates you're Panjabi.

You know you are Panjabi when...

Tuhanoo pata tusi Panjabi haige jado...

The first one is an example for you:

You know you are Panjabi when you have grown up listening to "Apna Panjab Hovey" by the living legend, Gurdas Mann.

Love Pyar / I can't be with you if...
« on: September 12, 2014, 04:03:49 PM »
So I was on about why "I can't be with you" when Mr pab dhillon came up with this idea of having a topic about this on here

So basically it's only for fun and all you need to write is why you can't be with a person - list turnoffs or your dislikes about him/her, or if a person doesn't posses certain traits you'd look for in your significant other etc

Attached is an example

Pics / Bae\'s Tour De Paris
« on: September 12, 2014, 03:33:21 PM »
I guess you lot know I went to Paris earlier this week from my rants all over the TL :/

First went to Eiffel Tower, thence to Arc de Triomphe, thence walked down the Champ Elysees to the Louvre, thence to Notre Dame.

So thought I'd just share some pics on here. Take a shufti :)

Some more...

Knowledge / Things I've learnt :/
« on: September 07, 2014, 11:45:07 PM »

Whilst the super sloww internet hinders me from doing my job, I thought
I'd share the few most valuable things I've learnt in the (almost) 26
years I've been alive. Feel free to contribute!

No matter what, people WILL judge you.
You can’t change people - only your reactions toward them.
Swallowing your pride and asking questions will teach you more in life
than lectures from the most expensive University.
Human nature is essentially selfish.
Not everybody will like you.
Relationships are about hard work, but trust your first instinct on
whether it WILL work or not.
Life is about choice, not chance.
One does not become any less if uses words that appear kind and polite to others.
Be careful with your words - it’s hard to get your foot out of your mouth
once it’s in there.
Sikhi is just beautiful. My life would be incomplete without it.
My Khalistan, the day it will be formed, will be too small; but tooo rich.
The world is growing too fast.
What you sow is what you reap.
Don’t rely on friends for happiness, they too will come and go, like seasons.
Be careful what you wish for.
Once it’s been said, it is likely to transpire.
Science and Religion can live peacefully, side by side.
People talk a lot, but deliver little.
First impressions are often misleading.
As a rule of thumb, men do not appreciate women with ambition.
If they don’t help you grow, let them go.
Never squander long-term goals to reach short-term ones.
Appreciate the little things you have, before they leave.
Love your parents.
Accept your flaws.
Nurture truth.
Read. Always. Never stop. Ever.
Time passes.
Memories fade.
Feelings change.
People leave but hearts NEVER forget.

Gup Shup / Reminiscence - Childhood Stories
« on: September 06, 2014, 12:12:54 AM »
So this user posted the word 'Chiji' on one of my statuses on here earlier which reminded me of my childhood days and how people would tantalise me for small things without actually offering. :(

"Tenu 'chiji' leke deni ah, ah karde?" Sounds familiar? Hackneyed isn't it? Haha!

From there I thought if we could make a topic? So yeah let's all blissfully reminisce our childhood days on here!

Share your childhood experiences, things you liked/disliked, things you enjoyed doing, stuff you was fond of the most etc. This can also include things you was deprived of  (Considering we have all been brought up by "Asian" parents) 

Never mind if they're happy or sad stories. But if they were sad, include a corrective action you would take to ensure your own future kids don't face similar situations during their childhood.

Here's mine:
My childhood bike - So I was brought up in a city that was too densely populated with shedloads of traffic everywhere. Like even the nearest park was miles away! And reaching the bike lanes wasn't too feasible without actually driving through busy roads. :/

As a child I was too fond of bikes ( bicycles, as some may call; pretty normal for a lad ) and I would ask my dad to buy me one? He had always refused to get me one, reason being the above busy traffic ^ and he considered it too unsafe (Overprotective Asian parenting *sad face*). I would watch my neighbourhood mates heading to the park on their bikes, whereas I would go by walk. A few would offer me theirs to just ride in the park, temporarily. But that wasn't as fun as having my own, you know! So I would come back home and whinge about it to my mom but she wasn't too keen on pushing dad, either. :/

There were days I would cry cry cry and cry off to sleep just because no one would buy me a bike! ( I'm just laughing whilst reminiscing this bit right now ) But then yeah such was life back in the day!

Years down the line, I'm all grown up, made my mark, have a job, own a car, own a motorbike too (Bullet in fact, yay!) And can even purchase the most expensive bike available! But then whenever this sad bike story occurs to me, I just feel like asking dad to buy me one and get me them childhood days back! :'( So I can head to the park, ride my bike like a bird, flaunt it to my mates and do all that kids do with their little possessions :')
Corrective action - I shall ensure I have my kids' bikes ready even before they're born so that they're never deprived of bikes, even for a single day! :) Kid(s) - Yes I plan on having 2 or even 3 :P LOL

This was all I could think of just now, now go ahead, share yours! And trust me I shall read them all :)

Discussions / Respect girls!
« on: September 05, 2014, 07:01:52 PM »
The other day I saw this geeza parring a girl (apparently) on the TL and it reminded me of this video, so thought I'd share it on here

It has such a strong message - go watch it!


The more girls we have in the world, the more loving, nurturing and caring place they'll create.

Get the epilogue through your head, please.

News Khabran / Plight of youth in Panjab
« on: August 31, 2014, 10:59:17 PM »

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