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« Reply #20 on: January 15, 2011, 05:47:05 AM »
shout real loud n teach other people our language lolz...  :pagel:

Angreji translation.

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« Reply #21 on: January 15, 2011, 05:59:37 AM »
Mehndi (heena)

Mehndi is an old indian tradition. In da old days people used to put on mehndi during weddings and special occasions. now a days u can put it on wenever u want...there doesnt have to be any special occasions. U can put it on just for da heck of it. but wenever i go to india...i alwys get heena tattoos ...they look super cute.  :love: :okk:

Usually Mehndi is applied in cone shaped packets. you can keep it on for serveral hours or take it off right away. but if u take it off rite away...thrs no point in gettin it cus da color wont show up as dark. unless u ask da ppl to put in dat darkening serum thingy....dat parlors usually have. hmmm its fast n easy but i like keepin it on for atleast 3-5 hours... da darker it is da better it looks :excited:


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Re: THE OFFICIAL ENGLISH-PUNJABI LANGUAGE THREAD: DICTIONARY & TRANSLATION
« Reply #22 on: January 15, 2011, 06:11:26 AM »
shout real loud n teach other people our language lolz...  :pagel:

I would if i could. I barely know the language. Lol. Let's just focus with me for  now.

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« Reply #23 on: January 15, 2011, 06:14:45 AM »
I would if i could. I barely know the language. Lol. Let's just focus with me for  now.

he wasnt tellin u to do it...he was yelling at me...i think hes mad.. he dsnt want "othr" ppl learnin our language. which makes no sense to me. but watever floats his boat. eh? :Laugh: im speakin kiwi now eh :loll: :excited: :rockon:

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« Reply #24 on: January 15, 2011, 06:22:54 AM »
he want tellin u to do it...he was yelling at me...i think hes mad.. he dsnt want "othr" ppl learnin our language. which makes no sense to me. but watever floats his boat. eh? :Laugh: im speakin kiwi now eh :loll: :excited: :rockon:
Is that what fatty said? Come on now. You should be glad someone like me is actually willing to learn punjabi. Not a lot of people over here would even know what punjabi is.

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« Reply #25 on: January 15, 2011, 06:24:10 AM »
lol aussies hatin on u  i guess  :omg:

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« Reply #26 on: January 15, 2011, 06:27:28 AM »
lol aussies hatin on u  i guess  :omg:
Why are you bringing up aussies? No mentioning about aussies in my thread. Hahah. Anyways we're going off topic.

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« Reply #27 on: January 15, 2011, 06:49:02 AM »
Why are you bringing up aussies? No mentioning about aussies in my thread. Hahah. Anyways we're going off topic.

cus dat dude's an aussie i think  :lost: lolz aiiite ma'm bak on topic .... punjabiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


lets talk about punjabi's and tea. "cha" as we like to call it. punjabis loveeeeeeeeee chaa...we cant live widout it, literally. if my mom dsnt have her cup in da morning. she's alwys complaining abt havin a headache cus she hasnt had any "chai" lmaoooooo :Laugh: n i know how dat is cus i've experienced it  :scared: wat can i say....im addicted to chaa. lolz

usually how we make it is. take a pan and depending on how many ppl are drinking u measure out the water. so say if theres 4 people. u fill da pan wid water. measure out 2 cups. dats one trick to make chaa...wenever u wnna knw how much water to pour. count how many ppl there are. and then put half of dat amnt for da water. so since we have 4 ppl...we're gonnna use 2 cups of water. den put it on ur oven n let it boil for abt 5 minutes and then u can add sugar, tea bags (one tea bag per person), ilaichi (cardamom) , laung (cloves) (optional) , adrak (ginger) (optional), cha masala (optional), saunf (fennel seeds) (optional). u wait like 5 more minutes and then u add milk to the pan. let it sit for abt ten minutes n den ur good to go.  oh and after u put da milk its gonna rise...so make sure u stand nearby...oda wise u dnt wnt a mess. trust me..i've had to clean it a baziillion times. lol n its always da moment u step away to get sumtin dat it bubbles out. u could be standin thr da whole time...n u look away for a second. n bammmmmmmm ur a goner lolzzzzzzzzz :Laugh:

after dat just pour it out into da cups. n serve wid some biscuits/ cookies, sweets, or sometin salty like cashews or sumtin. ill post some pics up later.

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« Reply #28 on: January 17, 2011, 03:09:46 PM »
cus dat dude's an aussie i think  :lost: lolz aiiite ma'm bak on topic .... punjabiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


lets talk about punjabi's and tea. "cha" as we like to call it. punjabis loveeeeeeeeee chaa...we cant live widout it, literally. if my mom dsnt have her cup in da morning. she's alwys complaining abt havin a headache cus she hasnt had any "chai" lmaoooooo :Laugh: n i know how dat is cus i've experienced it  :scared: wat can i say....im addicted to chaa. lolz

usually how we make it is. take a pan and depending on how many ppl are drinking u measure out the water. so say if theres 4 people. u fill da pan wid water. measure out 2 cups. dats one trick to make chaa...wenever u wnna knw how much water to pour. count how many ppl there are. and then put half of dat amnt for da water. so since we have 4 ppl...we're gonnna use 2 cups of water. den put it on ur oven n let it boil for abt 5 minutes and then u can add sugar, tea bags (one tea bag per person), ilaichi (cardamom) , laung (cloves) (optional) , adrak (ginger) (optional), cha masala (optional), saunf (fennel seeds) (optional). u wait like 5 more minutes and then u add milk to the pan. let it sit for abt ten minutes n den ur good to go.  oh and after u put da milk its gonna rise...so make sure u stand nearby...oda wise u dnt wnt a mess. trust me..i've had to clean it a baziillion times. lol n its always da moment u step away to get sumtin dat it bubbles out. u could be standin thr da whole time...n u look away for a second. n bammmmmmmm ur a goner lolzzzzzzzzz :Laugh:

after dat just pour it out into da cups. n serve wid some biscuits/ cookies, sweets, or sometin salty like cashews or sumtin. ill post some pics up later.

He's aussie?  :wait:

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« Reply #29 on: January 17, 2011, 03:52:40 PM »
He's aussie?  :wait:

out of dat whole essay...dats da only thing dat came to mind????????????? :Laugh: no comments on my "chaa" makin tips :break:

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« Reply #30 on: January 17, 2011, 04:40:02 PM »
out of dat whole essay...dats da only thing dat came to mind????????????? :Laugh: no comments on my "chaa" makin tips :break:
Oh my bad. Um yeah don't expect an essay as well. Lol. Yeah not a fan of teas. Don't go off topic. You gotta say something in punjabi in every post.

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« Reply #31 on: April 12, 2011, 05:58:59 AM »
Why are you bringing up aussies? No mentioning about aussies in my thread. Hahah. Anyways we're going off topic.

cus dat dude's an aussie i think  :lost: lolz aiiite ma'm bak on topic .... punjabiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


lets talk about punjabi's and tea. "cha" as we like to call it. punjabis loveeeeeeeeee chaa...we cant live widout it, literally. if my mom dsnt have her cup in da morning. she's alwys complaining abt havin a headache cus she hasnt had any "chai" lmaoooooo :Laugh: n i know how dat is cus i've experienced it  :scared: wat can i say....im addicted to chaa. lolz

usually how we make it is. take a pan and depending on how many ppl are drinking u measure out the water. so say if theres 4 people. u fill da pan wid water. measure out 2 cups. dats one trick to make chaa...wenever u wnna knw how much water to pour. count how many ppl there are. and then put half of dat amnt for da water. so since we have 4 ppl...we're gonnna use 2 cups of water. den put it on ur oven n let it boil for abt 5 minutes and then u can add sugar, tea bags (one tea bag per person), ilaichi (cardamom) , laung (cloves) (optional) , adrak (ginger) (optional), cha masala (optional), saunf (fennel seeds) (optional). u wait like 5 more minutes and then u add milk to the pan. let it sit for abt ten minutes n den ur good to go.  oh and after u put da milk its gonna rise...so make sure u stand nearby...oda wise u dnt wnt a mess. trust me..i've had to clean it a baziillion times. lol n its always da moment u step away to get sumtin dat it bubbles out. u could be standin thr da whole time...n u look away for a second. n bammmmmmmm ur a goner lolzzzzzzzzz :Laugh:

after dat just pour it out into da cups. n serve wid some biscuits/ cookies, sweets, or sometin salty like cashews or sumtin. ill post some pics up later.


kinaa boldi aa..... :blah: :blah:                 :whew:

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« Reply #32 on: April 12, 2011, 06:36:06 AM »
Why are you bringing up aussies? No mentioning about aussies in my thread. Hahah. Anyways we're going off topic.

cus dat dude's an aussie i think  :lost: lolz aiiite ma'm bak on topic .... punjabiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


lets talk about punjabi's and tea. "cha" as we like to call it. punjabis loveeeeeeeeee chaa...we cant live widout it, literally. if my mom dsnt have her cup in da morning. she's alwys complaining abt havin a headache cus she hasnt had any "chai" lmaoooooo :Laugh: n i know how dat is cus i've experienced it  :scared: wat can i say....im addicted to chaa. lolz

usually how we make it is. take a pan and depending on how many ppl are drinking u measure out the water. so say if theres 4 people. u fill da pan wid water. measure out 2 cups. dats one trick to make chaa...wenever u wnna knw how much water to pour. count how many ppl there are. and then put half of dat amnt for da water. so since we have 4 ppl...we're gonnna use 2 cups of water. den put it on ur oven n let it boil for abt 5 minutes and then u can add sugar, tea bags (one tea bag per person), ilaichi (cardamom) , laung (cloves) (optional) , adrak (ginger) (optional), cha masala (optional), saunf (fennel seeds) (optional). u wait like 5 more minutes and then u add milk to the pan. let it sit for abt ten minutes n den ur good to go.  oh and after u put da milk its gonna rise...so make sure u stand nearby...oda wise u dnt wnt a mess. trust me..i've had to clean it a baziillion times. lol n its always da moment u step away to get sumtin dat it bubbles out. u could be standin thr da whole time...n u look away for a second. n bammmmmmmm ur a goner lolzzzzzzzzz :Laugh:

after dat just pour it out into da cups. n serve wid some biscuits/ cookies, sweets, or sometin salty like cashews or sumtin. ill post some pics up later.


kinaa boldi aa..... :blah: :blah:                 :whew:
Don't forget the angreji translation.

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Re: THE OFFICIAL ENGLISH-PUNJABI LANGUAGE THREAD: DICTIONARY & TRANSLATION
« Reply #33 on: April 12, 2011, 04:37:57 PM »
Why are you bringing up aussies? No mentioning about aussies in my thread. Hahah. Anyways we're going off topic.

cus dat dude's an aussie i think  :lost: lolz aiiite ma'm bak on topic .... punjabiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


lets talk about punjabi's and tea. "cha" as we like to call it. punjabis loveeeeeeeeee chaa...we cant live widout it, literally. if my mom dsnt have her cup in da morning. she's alwys complaining abt havin a headache cus she hasnt had any "chai" lmaoooooo :Laugh: n i know how dat is cus i've experienced it  :scared: wat can i say....im addicted to chaa. lolz

usually how we make it is. take a pan and depending on how many ppl are drinking u measure out the water. so say if theres 4 people. u fill da pan wid water. measure out 2 cups. dats one trick to make chaa...wenever u wnna knw how much water to pour. count how many ppl there are. and then put half of dat amnt for da water. so since we have 4 ppl...we're gonnna use 2 cups of water. den put it on ur oven n let it boil for abt 5 minutes and then u can add sugar, tea bags (one tea bag per person), ilaichi (cardamom) , laung (cloves) (optional) , adrak (ginger) (optional), cha masala (optional), saunf (fennel seeds) (optional). u wait like 5 more minutes and then u add milk to the pan. let it sit for abt ten minutes n den ur good to go.  oh and after u put da milk its gonna rise...so make sure u stand nearby...oda wise u dnt wnt a mess. trust me..i've had to clean it a baziillion times. lol n its always da moment u step away to get sumtin dat it bubbles out. u could be standin thr da whole time...n u look away for a second. n bammmmmmmm ur a goner lolzzzzzzzzz :Laugh:

after dat just pour it out into da cups. n serve wid some biscuits/ cookies, sweets, or sometin salty like cashews or sumtin. ill post some pics up later.

Serr la teh... LOL




In short she meant how to make tea :hehe:

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« Reply #34 on: April 13, 2011, 04:52:12 AM »
Why are you bringing up aussies? No mentioning about aussies in my thread. Hahah. Anyways we're going off topic.

cus dat dude's an aussie i think  :lost: lolz aiiite ma'm bak on topic .... punjabiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii


lets talk about punjabi's and tea. "cha" as we like to call it. punjabis loveeeeeeeeee chaa...we cant live widout it, literally. if my mom dsnt have her cup in da morning. she's alwys complaining abt havin a headache cus she hasnt had any "chai" lmaoooooo :Laugh: n i know how dat is cus i've experienced it  :scared: wat can i say....im addicted to chaa. lolz

usually how we make it is. take a pan and depending on how many ppl are drinking u measure out the water. so say if theres 4 people. u fill da pan wid water. measure out 2 cups. dats one trick to make chaa...wenever u wnna knw how much water to pour. count how many ppl there are. and then put half of dat amnt for da water. so since we have 4 ppl...we're gonnna use 2 cups of water. den put it on ur oven n let it boil for abt 5 minutes and then u can add sugar, tea bags (one tea bag per person), ilaichi (cardamom) , laung (cloves) (optional) , adrak (ginger) (optional), cha masala (optional), saunf (fennel seeds) (optional). u wait like 5 more minutes and then u add milk to the pan. let it sit for abt ten minutes n den ur good to go.  oh and after u put da milk its gonna rise...so make sure u stand nearby...oda wise u dnt wnt a mess. trust me..i've had to clean it a baziillion times. lol n its always da moment u step away to get sumtin dat it bubbles out. u could be standin thr da whole time...n u look away for a second. n bammmmmmmm ur a goner lolzzzzzzzzz :Laugh:

after dat just pour it out into da cups. n serve wid some biscuits/ cookies, sweets, or sometin salty like cashews or sumtin. ill post some pics up later.

Serr la teh... LOL




In short she meant how to make tea :hehe:
Well don't worry about tea, main nahi interested in tea.

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« Reply #35 on: April 24, 2011, 12:41:46 AM »
I know the basics of punjabi but I dont understand the majority of words used in songs. For example the song "tera yaar bolda" can somebody use words from there and translate them? It seems they use a whole new level of punjabi in punjabi songs o.O
Btw..I accidently posted this in the java topic in the tutorial section if one of the mods could delete it from there sorry it gets a little confusing on the phone :/

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« Reply #36 on: April 24, 2011, 12:48:04 AM »
I know the basics of punjabi but I dont understand the majority of words used in songs. For example the song "tera yaar bolda" can somebody use words from there and translate them? It seems they use a whole new level of punjabi in punjabi songs o.O
Btw..I accidently posted this in the java topic in the tutorial section if one of the mods could delete it from there sorry it gets a little confusing on the phone :/


Removed the post in java topic.

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« Reply #37 on: April 24, 2011, 04:46:05 AM »
I know the basics of punjabi but I dont understand the majority of words used in songs. For example the song "tera yaar bolda" can somebody use words from there and translate them? It seems they use a whole new level of punjabi in punjabi songs o.O
Btw..I accidently posted this in the java topic in the tutorial section if one of the mods could delete it from there sorry it gets a little confusing on the phone :/
Well can't help you there mate but it's pretty sweet! that my punjabi's improving.  :happy: :happy: :happy:

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« Reply #38 on: April 24, 2011, 12:10:21 PM »
Well I just picked that song randomly and know what the title means but thanks anyway! And good for you improving!

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« Reply #39 on: April 24, 2011, 12:26:32 PM »
KIWI  N SIMARI THNX FOR SHARIN,,,,  N FUNNY WHEN HE SAYS  "KEY HAAL AWW"

 

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