Jump to content

Recommended Posts

The days i leave my dhari khuli, I tend to get more people saying fateh to me. The same people just walk by, pretending to not see me on days when I have it tied. :rolleyes:
Tying daari is a huge paap. You will have to get Ardas done for forgiveness. Mail me a cheque of 51 American dollars and I will do it for you.
^Tell about how you get more FATEHs when you are in your kurta pajama thn your usual salwar kameez, you look stunnin in that though, Inshallah!! :happy:
oye its mashallah...not inshallah... :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz:

inshallah is "God willing"...mashallah is like WOW... :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: ...

Link to post
Share on other sites
^Tell about how you get more FATEHs when you are in your kurta pajama thn your usual salwar kameez, you look stunnin in that though, Inshallah!! :happy:

That is old news man :p Dhari one is new :p

OYE!!! keri salwar kameez :umm:

:lol: @ inshallah

Link to post
Share on other sites
^Tell about how you get more FATEHs when you are in your kurta pajama thn your usual salwar kameez, you look stunnin in that though, Inshallah!! :happy:
oye its mashallah...not inshallah... :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz:

inshallah is "God willing"...mashallah is like WOW... :LOLz: :LOLz: :LOLz: ...

my bad :p

Anything below 5 indicates that the person is not a suitable candidate for sharing food with, in the true Khalsa spirit : )

What is 5? :umm:

Link to post
Share on other sites
The worst is when ure having ure drink and then the person next to you goes 'can i have a sip?' :((
One of my friends did that once, in fact he took my Pepsi can from my hand and said "one sip" and immediately sipped it. When he was going to return it, I said "You can have it. I am done". LOL!!!

lol I do the same. The amount of times people ask for my drink....and then its rude to refuse so you allow them to have it and clearly u cannot have it back so ure forced to give it all away...

Also its not to do with people being infidels....infidels play a ole in islam! For Sikh people its basic sucham. You don't eat off people's plate or drink their drinks. Even if the person was amritdhari I would still feel uncomfortable sharing a drink with them. I guess its upbringing since in our home.....we all have our own cups and plates and you just don't mix or pick at others food.

Nowadays I tell people straight though cos i've had loadsa misery when ppl ruin my food. The most recent thing was how my flatmate and I were having dinner. She was eating with her fork and then randomly made a dive with her saliva fork at my food. I thankfully saw and quickly moved my plate and then politely told her how she can have some of my food cos I don't mind sharing but how I don't like people to touch my food.....instead I told her how I will pour some onto her plate...in all honesty i dunno how ppl eat someone's joot like this but she was okay with it...so I guess its all gd.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use