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On 3/13/2019 at 1:59 PM, Guest paapiman said:

But Sikhi is about quality rather than quantity. It is better Amritdhari's are not polluted by jhoot or non-Amritdhari spouses

But the Amritdhari's left unmarried and childless can become bahingams and join Dera's as more are doing each year

or they could get jobs and do some honest work while remaining celibate?

since when were ashrams, sorry, 'deras' part of sikhism?

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On 3/13/2019 at 1:59 PM, Guest paapiman said:

But the Amritdhari's left unmarried and childless can become bahingams and join Dera's as more are doing each year

shouldn't an amrit dhari join a Dal anyway for their training in how to be amrit dhari (which is missing from many amrit dharis now)

I don't think a Sant dera has the correct training for amrit dhri as opposed to a dal or Shauni which does.

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19 hours ago, Guest guest said:

is that what you call 'alpha male'?

Those kind of women definitely think so

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4 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Those kind of women definitely think so

brainwashed by the media..

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On ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 2:50 PM, Guest jigsaw_puzzled_singh said:

😆 You just can't stop can you Dallysingh, you crazy nutjob ?

 

 

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This is the best post on the forum!

Of course it is Triggered. Of course it is. But....on a forum populated largely by very young children and fat, middle aged pot-bellied 50 year old sad and lonely men pretending to be young East End gangsters(Dallysingh100 :) ) good humour will always be the first casualty.

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On 3/22/2019 at 4:51 AM, Guest guest said:

medical test?  lol.

btw, from what i understand, that only applies to horse riding.  and how many woman are 'athelet girls'?  you are very naive.

you had to go through 600 potential matches to find the right match and yet you say you "had a good experience"?

I didn’t said what u understand bai ji

 

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On 3/26/2019 at 8:52 PM, TinnkerBell said:

I didn’t said what u understand bai ji

 

sorry for the last comment on your experience.  you seem like a good person.

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I find this quite surprising but I've found that it hasn't been an easy journey trying to find someone to marry as an Amritdhari females most of the amritdhari guys I know would prefer to marry non-amritdhari girls. It's funny really! I feel like I should be putting an ad out like 'Where's all the amritdhari guys gone- do you still exist?!" Saying this though I keep my kesh (including facial hair) and this isn't accepted by most amritdhari guys I don't see why but then clearly if females have a problem with guys facial hair then guys are bound to be similar as well. I bit of an inconvenience really but I suppose it is all down to your fate/kismet whatever you want to call it.

I don't think anyone should have to change themselves just to get married you might up doing that your whole life and your future partner might never be happy so you should do what makes you happy without having to compromise your faith and beliefs. 

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On 3/30/2019 at 6:19 PM, Guest guest said:

sorry for the last comment on your experience.  you seem like a good person.

But what was its meaning bai ji

menu smaj hi ni aaya ji 😂

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Nale apna hun viah ho gya amritdhari girl naal, but its really hard to find amritdhari girls with good education, height, and other points.

it took me about 5-6 months 😍

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On 2/20/2019 at 3:36 PM, MisterrSingh said:

The sad thing is when the "Second Choice" Singh thinks he's getting the goods based on his personality or his general appeal, whether it be the status his education and career affords him, or the general reputation of his family, etc., when in fact he's being played because the girl was sleeping with everything male that possessed a pulse; she got found out, and then decides to dress up as a simple bebeh and venture into a Gurdwara to make a display of her shardaa in order to ensnare a foolish, thirsty Singh who doesn't know the ways of the world. That's pure maari kismat on the Singh's part. She isn't repentant for her mistakes or her past; she just wants to use the supposed respectability offered by a decent Sikh as a shroud to veil her own indiscretions. Eventually, when they do get married, she either gradually and subtley (through a combination of sex and a pleasant demeanour) moulds the Singh to her own mentality, or if the Singh is particularly resilient and refuses to compromise on certain things, she ends up divorcing him. And still Singh Ji doesn't learn his lesson!

Spot on. My brother (passed away now) fell for the same thing. His wife became a 'singhni' just before marriage, despite all the indiscretions of her past (drinking, adultery, clubbing, etc). Everyone warned my brother, but too little too late, he was brainwashed. In the end, his wife's true colours came out, he found out she was sleeping around, they fought - they were close to a divorce - but through some illogical bravado may have thought it better not to live than divorce (which of course the wife was not bothered about) - so he tried to commit two failed suicide attempts (tablet overdose) but ultimately succumbed to pneumonia. Of course, by then, his temporary 'singhni' wife left her Sikhi by then - now that everyone knows the her true colours. Sadly they had a daughter who will probably turn out like her mother.

The moral of the story? Stick to your guns, these leeches are everywhere.

I would rather die a horrible death than get married and become a 'second choice' Singh - or a Singh being used to veil the filthy reputation of a girl looking to artificially redeem herself through marriage.

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On 4/12/2019 at 11:23 AM, TinnkerBell said:

But what was its meaning bai ji

menu smaj hi ni aaya ji 😂

 

just when you said that even though you had to go through 600 potential matches, you had a good time.  but i wasn't trying to be mean, just saying that sounds like it would have been difficult?

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On 4/13/2019 at 1:32 PM, Guest Gurj Singh said:

I would rather die a horrible death than get married and become a 'second choice' Singh - or a Singh being used to veil the filthy reputation of a girl looking to artificially redeem herself through marriage.

The sad thing is for those who end up in these situations is actually a two-pronged issue: 1. People don't really change. They may pretend as if they've had some great revelation that's drawn them to the light but it's pakandh most of the time, and if, by chance, there is some brief moment of introspection and desire to turn over a new leaf it isn't permanent. Apne lack a conscience to see things through. We're like children with a new toy at times; the novelty eventually wears off, and we return to what were previously. 2. Singhs don't listen. I assume such stubbornness is rooted in a combination of desire / affection for the girl and an overestimation of their own abilities. It always surprises me how even the most mediocre woman can bring a fairly competent man to his knees. What chance does a sheltered and gullible guy have against such a person? 

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I agree with Guest Kaurs Uniqueness. Although not being amritdhari yet I have been raised in an amritdhari household and hope to have amrit before marriage( have always kept my hair/been vegetarian/never drank or had past relationships) . I am 27 and have no idea how to go about finding someone ..nobody suggests people anymore and there isn't a decent platform to find people. I have seen plenty of singhs marry girls who cut their hair and it is disheartening!

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