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The most filthy site was this young white couple sitting on the bench right in the middle of our busy high street kissing each other, using their tongue and everything!  Being mainly a Asian town that is not a common site, it was very out of place and they looked like a pair of shameless pigs.

I wouldn't be surprised if some jihaadi guy went up to them and told them to stop.

 

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6 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Are you talking about tongue twisting or even a kiss on the lips, cheek, forehead or hand.

Lip to lip 

But I don't think a sikh should be doing any of that stuff, modesty is not just what you wear but your behaviour and attitude too

Like do you really need to do that in public? You just left your house, couldn't you just let it all out in your house before you left  haha 

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6 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Lip to lip 

But I don't think a sikh should be doing any of that stuff, modesty is not just what you wear but your behaviour and attitude too

Like do you really need to do that in public? You just left your house, couldn't you just let it all out in your house before you left  haha 

Well when i used to drop my wife at work , would hug her and kiss her on the forehead, lips or cheek. 

I do not see any problem with this what so ever, its not inappropriate like tongue twisting for 5 mins in public.

 

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On 1/19/2019 at 9:37 AM, Redoptics said:

Well when i used to drop my wife at work , would hug her and kiss her on the forehead, lips or cheek. 

I do not see any problem with this what so ever, its not inappropriate like tongue twisting for 5 mins in public.

 

Hello, I'm also a sikh recently married man, been married for 4 months now and I've always been attracted to my wife, she's very beautiful. Coming to my question, so is kissing my wife allowed in Sikhi? Please note we are not doing this in public but only when we're alone in our home and bedroom?

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Growing up  in the 70s Canada you did see people smooching on the street. As time passed you don't see that anymore. Things have changed now the Brown Punjabi fresh off the boat Students are expressing themselves by doing this on the streets. In India everyone is supressed but in the Western Culture there is nothing wrong with this. Western Culture have done away from smooching in public. That is the difference. If you want to consider yourself a religious in extreme form this is what happens  For these students there are no parents and there is no shame. It's like seeing a female wearing beach wear means nothing to someone like me. We have grown up with these people but men new to a Western Nation would be talking about how sexy a woman looks and dream or fantasize about what they wish to do with a woman. Animal Instincts. 

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On 12/11/2018 at 11:26 AM, puzzled said:

What's your view on sikhs kissing in public? Is it acceptable or not?  Is there anything in sikhi which indicates it's wrong to do that?

I personally wouldn't do that, iv had a traditional upbringing and that the way I am. 

But is it right or wrong? 

It doesnt matter 

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On 12/12/2018 at 12:12 PM, Guest jigsaw_puzzled_singh said:

 Yeah....it's like our local taxes being spent on local lesbian centres. I wrote to my council once and said, given that some of my council tax is being spent on the local lesbian centre they should at least let me in once in a while to sit and watch. They wrote back saying I was being abusive and would call the police if I didn't stop. They always do that...i mean call the police. It's like that time Jehovas Witnesses knocked on my door and THREATENED me with eternal damnation in the fires of hell where I will be skinned alive for all eternity for not being a Christian. But when I responding to their THREATS by mildly THREATENING them with a daisy cutter they THREATENED to call the police. If I learned anything that day it was the fact that being burned and skinned alive for all eternity is apparently not as bad as a paper cut from a stanley knife. But nobody threatens me and gets away with it. Well....apart from that one fella once who threatened me and then quickly ran way. So he obviously got away with it. But apart from that bloke who threatened me and got away with it nobody threatens me and gets away with it !! ?  And, actually, there was also this one other time that someone threatened me from behind a bush. I looked around but couldn't see or find him. So he also got away with it. But apart from that first bloke and the second bloke that got away with it NOBODY threatens me and gets away with it !! ?

The question is though......what was I doing near the bushes anyway ?   Well, I'll ya : I was sneakily hiding behind some bushes so that i could spy on Sikh married couples showing their love for each other by kissing. I think it's ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING and that sort of thing MAKES ME SICK !!  HOW DARE THEY have love for each other when so many couples have to exist in loveless marriages.....HOW DARE THEY !!!   So I was hiding behind some bushes and making notes on desi couples who kiss each other. Having compiled my secret dossier I took it to the desi town hall and local gurdwara so that strict action could be taken against these moral transgressors. But d'ya know what happened ?  The desi elders at the Gurdwara THREATENED to call the police on me for being a nuisance and interfering in people's private lives !! But, little did they know that nobody threatens me and gets away with it !!!

I forgot I wrote that ^ ? Enjoyed reading it again. Big thanks to whoever bumped this thread up.

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