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Guest Narinder Singh
WJKK WJKF,

How many of you deal with people everyday at work who all they talk about is girls, drugs, and liquor. I just want to do my job, and not listen to their talks..

Go hide in a jungle and run away from the world.

Fateh.

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Guest Narinder Singh

Just kidding! :wub:

Join in on the discussion and try to change it up a bit.

Fateh.

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Ek Onkar Satnam

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Whenever my colleagues at work speak un-decently, i just ignore and smile politely, i tend not to show much reaction to dodgy conversations or comments made. Just accept that thats how they are and they dont know any better, if you feel you can educate them without having an arguement then do the parchar using sweet speech.

Stay in high sprits

Gurfateh Ji

"I have no name"

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WJKK WJKF,

How many of you deal with people everyday at work who all they talk about is girls, drugs, and liquor. I just want to do my job, and not listen to their talks..

I dont really see it happening much at my workplace but im afraid to say I hear it more at guru ghar, and I'm going to have to sayts the same old people, the bibiyaan talking while preparing guru ka langar and the men talking sitting at one place (usually the comitte members) I do find it annoying too, if I try to explain to them they take me wrong, so I just end up sitting in one spot minding my own business, it is hard at times but it has to be done !

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Waheguru fateh

What i do is smile, look at them but take nothing in. Try it, you'll soon get the practis eof it. You can not obviously avoid the world, take the world on in your stride.

If you think its gona affect you then do above, do amritvela and try to get darshan of Guru Granth sahib ji b4 you go to work.

Maan jeeteh jag jeet

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Naam Jap, plug some headphone in and listen to Bani on your mp3 player or get some ear plugs!!!

lol...how many workplaces wud asctually allow u to listen to mp3 players durring work

anyhooooo

i got the same issue....jus dont talk....eventually they'll ge tthe msg

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When people talk about girls.. I usualy mention how "fit" their sister is... Makes them feel stupid they seem to think its ok to talk about other peoples sisters and sue and abuse them, But if someone talks about their sisters they get all angry and upset.

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When people talk about girls.. I usualy mention how "fit" their sister is... Makes them feel stupid they seem to think its ok to talk about other peoples sisters and sue and abuse them, But if someone talks about their sisters they get all angry and upset.

lol

u must get boxed out everytime u compliment their sisters LOL.gif

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When people talk about girls.. I usualy mention how "fit" their sister is... Makes them feel stupid they seem to think its ok to talk about other peoples sisters and sue and abuse them, But if someone talks about their sisters they get all angry and upset.

lol

u must get boxed out everytime u compliment their sisters LOL.gif

Hahahaah...yeah. I think Vato is crazy for talking about their sisters. People might think he is a stalker if he knows everyone else's sister. :wub:

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When people talk about girls.. I usualy mention how "fit" their sister is... Makes them feel stupid they seem to think its ok to talk about other peoples sisters and sue and abuse them, But if someone talks about their sisters they get all angry and upset.

LOL.gif

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OR when they chat emhi stuff - pretend ur deaf...

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