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The Punjabi way of life is shaitani and hera pheri. That's seen as the best way to attain what you want. 

Tbh it's not just punjabis and Indians from back home that are vicious and behave like that. It's people from a lot of 3rd world countries behave like that.

There's this paki guy that lives down my road he used to be in the same school as me. He went pakiland fell in love with a local pind di kudi. Got married to her and then got her a visa so she moved to the UK.  After a few months of being here. While he was out she called the police and said he is abusing her. Police arrested him and took him to the station. They then checked her body and she didnt have a single scratch, they then realsed her husband and when he came home all the gold from the house and several £1000s was all missing!   She never came back home and legged it.  It turned out she already had a lover from the pind in the UK! 

Be careful of these people. 

It's not just southasian culture. My Jamaican friend said that the women fresh from Jamaica are like leeches. They use British Jamaican men for £££ and try to control them. She said they have a bad rep in their community.  She say they call them something like  boatmen   LMAO 

But yeah 

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3 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Paradoxically, the rabble then flock to holy men who are, to all intents and purposes, docile, spiritual and virtuous. What's the draw of such men if the negative characteristics the public seek in the average man are seen as positives in someone apparently religious? Lol, what a confused bunch.

I think they may be doing this to cover up their true nature, but using the holy man like a ...err...handbag?

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3 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Paradoxically, the rabble then flock to holy men who are, to all intents and purposes, docile, spiritual and virtuous. What's the draw of such men if the negative characteristics the public seek in the average man are seen as positives in someone apparently religious? Lol, what a confused bunch.

I think they may be doing this to cover up their true nature, but using the holy man like a ...err...handbag?

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On 5/11/2019 at 9:43 AM, MisterrSingh said:

Shouldn't have sold her rings, bro, regardless of whether they were melted and repurposed as a chain. Those were "hers." These small-minded third worlders don't need an excuse to cultivate grudges and create problems. You just gave her a gold-plated excuse to cause trouble and escalate every tiny issue into something bigger.

Take the holiday to Punjab and take her with you. Let her stay for a few weeks or even a few months but you return after a few days. Don't call her. I mean it. See what happens.

Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji Ki Fateh

I think they meant that her mom sold her own rings to make her a chain.. Not selling her bahus rings.

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Can't believe everyone here is giving advice to the male starter of this thread about dealing with a 'bad and angry wife' when it was in fact him that ruined the poor girl's life by not telling her she was marrying a man who is actually homosexual and doesn't like women.  Angry ??.....man, I'd be effing livid if I was her !!

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Hi everyone I am Ajeet (OP) here . My account got deleted , sorry for late reply. Anyways I have created another one as I realized this forum could be useful and something to learn from.

My wife has cooled down since then. Because my parents gave her a nice rebuke . Dad also scolded her . Her parents in pind also came to knew of it and she has admitted her mistakes. 

Hoping she will not repeat them in future . She did 'dand baithak' in front of my mom some 10-20 times of her volition in order to apologize for what she felt was her misconduct.

Admin Note: You requested your account to be deleted and we did. We approved your new account anyway.

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On 5/17/2019 at 3:54 PM, Preeet said:

Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguru ji Ki Fateh

I think they meant that her mom sold her own rings to make her a chain.. Not selling her bahus rings.

that is not logical then for her to get russi hoee, besides it was fairly clear in the context of the OPs post what had occurred. laying claim to the rings by saying 'they were MY  rings' .

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On 5/13/2019 at 4:13 PM, MisterrSingh said:

Paradoxically, the rabble then flock to holy men who are, to all intents and purposes, docile, spiritual and virtuous. What's the draw of such men if the negative characteristics the public seek in the average man are seen as positives in someone apparently religious? Lol, what a confused bunch.

They flock to the holy men because they are like rock stars and they are the fans/groupies. 

It also gives them an opportunity to virtue signal.

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1 minute ago, Ranjeet01 said:

They flock to the holy men because they are like rock stars and they are the fans/groupies. 

It also gives them an opportunity to virtue signal.

I don't agree that they go because of an understanding that those babey are holy but  a cynical understanding that they will help justify their dhil-a-pan through some twisting of gurbani . Remember it was always there , punjsabi folks looking for the |Guru to help them be dhile but, he didn't let them

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On 5/18/2019 at 2:51 PM, Guest Ajeet Singh OP said:

Admin Note: You requested your account to be deleted and we did. We approved your new account anyway.

thank you ji 😄

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On 5/18/2019 at 9:11 PM, dallysingh101 said:

What does dhile mean. 

loose - not firm  in their principles

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On 5/20/2019 at 7:23 PM, dallysingh101 said:

Ohh...tillhaa

sorry dhadha was the way i learnt the romanisation of that letter

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On 5/11/2019 at 5:43 PM, MisterrSingh said:

Take the holiday to Punjab and take her with you. Let her stay for a few weeks or even a few months but you return after a few days. Don't call her. I mean it. See what happens.

you clearly don't know much about how messed up the indian legal system is.

all she has to do is call the cops and accuse them of extorting a dowry, and they could throw his whole family in jail indefinitely without trial, as well as seize all their assets.

nri's are not immune to this law either.

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