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I just turned 26 last month and now my parents are pesting me everyday to find a girl lol   

For the last 3 week's they been bringing it up everyday 

I don't know any Punjabi girl   how can I just find someone like that lol

They won't accept a non Punjabi girl  

They prefer if I find someone myself rather than them finding someone which is great 

I think I might do matha tek and ask baba ji to make things move a bit faster and get me and my future wife to meet each other soon.  haha! 

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21 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I just turned 26 last month and now my parents are pesting me everyday to find a girl lol   

For the last 3 week's they been bringing it up everyday 

I don't know any Punjabi girl   how can I just find someone like that lol

They won't accept a non Punjabi girl  

They prefer if I find someone myself rather than them finding someone which is great 

I think I might do matha tek and ask baba ji to make things move a bit faster and get me and my future wife to meet each other soon.  haha! 

DATING IS HARAM

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27 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I just turned 26 last month and now my parents are pesting me everyday to find a girl lol   

For the last 3 week's they been bringing it up everyday 

I don't know any Punjabi girl   how can I just find someone like that lol

They won't accept a non Punjabi girl  

They prefer if I find someone myself rather than them finding someone which is great 

I think I might do matha tek and ask baba ji to make things move a bit faster and get me and my future wife to meet each other soon.  haha! 

You r 26, I thought u to be much younger than me, i am 29.

i met the girl and her parents today, everything went fine. Will move forward.😁

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36 minutes ago, TinnkerBell said:

You r 26, I thought u to be much younger than me, i am 29.

i met the girl and her parents today, everything went fine. Will move forward.😁

Haha yeah I'm 26 now 

That's good that it went fine, let us know when the wedding is lol 

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1 minute ago, puzzled said:

Haha yeah I'm 26 now 

That's good that it went fine, let us know when the wedding is lol 

Yes, please do! I have something special in mind for the new couple. 😀

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28 minutes ago, MichaelJackson said:

Yes, please do! I have something special in mind for the new couple. 😀

Lol yeah when tinkerbell gets married everyone can upload folk punjabi wedding songs on here and photo's of ladoos lol 

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On 1/28/2019 at 11:57 PM, TinnkerBell said:

And how can I find out that ?

Well, I'm not you, so I don't know what level of Sikhism you are at.

Just whatever it is that you do (go to the Gurdwara once a year, or once a month, do Japji Sahib once in a while or do Nitnem everyday, drink or eat meat or not), ask her whether she would be OK with that. 

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4 minutes ago, BhForce said:

Well, I'm not you, so I don't know what level of Sikhism you are at.

Just whatever it is that you do (go to the Gurdwara once a year, or once a month, do Japji Sahib once in a while or do Nitnem everyday, drink or eat meat or not), ask her whether she would be OK with that. 

Its Sikhi not Sikhism.

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14 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Its Sikhi not Sikhism.

Oh, really? 

1. It's ਸਿੱਖੀ, not Sikhi. What is Sikhi??

2. Do tell what the definition of Sikhi is.

3. Please give the definition of "ism"

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6 hours ago, BhForce said:

Well, I'm not you, so I don't know what level of Sikhism you are at.

Just whatever it is that you do (go to the Gurdwara once a year, or once a month, do Japji Sahib once in a while or do Nitnem everyday, drink or eat meat or not), ask her whether she would be OK with that. 

Thanks for suggesting me , yes bro i asked her, she is gursikh since  her school days and do nitnem and in free time extra sukhmani sahib paths. She is good in sikh values

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10 hours ago, puzzled said:

Lol yeah when tinkerbell gets married everyone can upload folk punjabi wedding songs on here and photo's of ladoos lol 

😁 sure , u can come and eat in person puzzled bai ji 🤓

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10 hours ago, MichaelJackson said:

Yes, please do! I have something special in mind for the new couple. 😀

I will keep updating here, so the boys like me who are finding it hard get a gursikh partner don’t lose hopes 😂

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Guest Punjab ftw

Bro go to Punjab, I’m same age, no way I’m gonna marry a girl born in western country lol. I have seen girls drinking with their fam these days, it’s mad. Aunties aren’t far behind, half of them drinking on the sly too. ( could go into a rant about how even “Singhnia” cake their face with makeup but no point lol)

Even random rishte will help, maybe. Ask some driver, shop wala from pind about girls rep. They know ins and out.

Singh or not, doesn’t really make a difference, only shallow girls care about that and you don’t want those anyway. Be confident, tough and that will show. Exercise, keep fit etc. 

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On 1/30/2019 at 6:07 PM, Guest DATING POLICE JIHADI said:

DATING IS HARAM

I think it's fine if you date to marry. If you date casually then no. 

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4 hours ago, puzzled said:

I think it's fine if you date to marry. If you date casually then no. 

Puzzled bai ji, everyone has own views. Even if you date to marry or you date casually- both are bad for you dhyan simran life.

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