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The guy who runs the hair cut shop in my nanke pind has blonde hair down to his shoulders with a parting in the middle. 

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21 minutes ago, puzzled said:

The guy who runs the hair cut shop in my nanke pind has blonde hair down to his shoulders with a parting in the middle. 

Jesus ?

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Men beautify themselves more than the women in punjab. Women there dont really go beauty parlours in the pinds, the men do. 

They also have full body hair removals aswell  they wax their chests, arms and legs at the beauty parlour. My cousin gets that done.   I wouldn't be surprised if they get their butts and balls waxed at the beauty parlour.

They also get massages done there aswell   everything basically 

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The only reason i go to Punjab is because of the Gurdwaras the rest is crap.

There are 2 Takhats outside Punjab and is a great journey to go to.

The Doaba area is really messed up. My parents from Hoshiarpur district.

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20 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Men beautify themselves more than the women in punjab. Women there dont really go beauty parlours in the pinds, the men do. 

They also have full body hair removals aswell  they wax their chests, arms and legs at the beauty parlour. My cousin gets that done.   I wouldn't be surprised if they get their butts and balls waxed at the beauty parlour.

They also get massages done there aswell   everything basically 

You know way too much about this stuff fella, have you been doing a little extra research or something.........😀

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28 minutes ago, kcmidlands said:

You know way too much about this stuff fella, have you been doing a little extra research or something.........😀

LOL  I Go punjab every year for a month.   I go out and about there  talk to the locals etc       so that's how I know all the weird stuff lol  

The freshy hair cutting shops here in the uk do that stuff too!  They do eyebrow threading, waxing etc     lol     I used to get my haircut at one of those freshly places and they used to have one of those massage beds in the room nxt door.   

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34 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

The Doaba area is really messed up. My parents from Hoshiarpur district.

Doaba is the worst    sikhi is disappearing in doaba the fastest. It's actually rare to see a proper singh in doaba.    But then again doaba has always been a hindu and ravidassia majority region.   I saw a lot of singhs in majha though 

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On 1/15/2020 at 1:56 PM, dallysingh101 said:

I think being away from it like we are in the diaspora, can make us appreciate our heritage more. Just imagine, the next generation of apnay will grow up with these kinds as father figures.........how times have changed. 

True. Very true. 

They say the foolish man lets jewels slip through his fingers. They don't know what precious gold they have in their hands.

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11 hours ago, puzzled said:

The guy who runs the hair cut shop in my nanke pind has blonde hair down to his shoulders with a parting in the middle. 

curtains!! for his manhood and your pind's jawak's

 

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They starting to look like those really weird wacky Japanese, Korean kids    + creepy 

 

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21 hours ago, puzzled said:

They starting to look like those really weird wacky Japanese, Korean kids    + creepy 

 

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That dude looks like he's just escaped from a mental hospital, good god, the state of it, at least in Japan and Korea it a cultural thing that linked to anime and manga, no idea what the excuse is for these lot in India.

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On 1/14/2020 at 7:30 AM, Guest Jigsaw_Puzzled_Singh said:

So, having just returned from Punjab, let me tell you about a truly frightening nightmare I had while I was out there. It was a strange reoccurring nightmare that kept happening each night. Stranger still, because it seemed so real, especially as I was seeing the same things while seemingly awake during the daytime. Almost as if what I was seeing wasn't something in my sleep but actually real. But, it was so frightening it couldn't possibly have been real. It had to have been a nightmare. The scariest nightmare ever.

In this nightmare, nearly every male in Punjab, from the ages of 11 to 49, had a bouffant / spikey hairstyle of the type that camp gay guys sport in the west. EVERY male. They wore the type of cargo pants that women in the west wear, above the ankles, without socks. When they did wear socks, which was very rare, with their wedding suits, they wore white socks of the type that people in the west wear when going to the gym or playing tennis. In this nightmare, the men in this 'land of warriors' went to beauty parlours once or twice a week to get facials and threading and, on special occassions - like weddings, to get manicures and pedicures. I just wish someone would pinch me and wake me from this nightmare.

maybe us western sikhs should get together and start professional youtube channels similar to the style of JusReign, and then take the absolute mick out of these mental hairstyles the punjabi sikhs are sporting in modern times!

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On 1/18/2020 at 6:46 PM, kcmidlands said:

That dude looks like he's just escaped from a mental hospital, good god, the state of it, at least in Japan and Korea it a cultural thing that linked to anime and manga, no idea what the excuse is for these lot in India.

He looks like a creep. They all copy the punjabi singers. Punjabi singers have that look. Not sure where the punjabi singers got that look but I think it's their attempt to copy the west  but they add their own twist to it lol.

That whole loafer shoes with no socks look was in fashion in the uk like 7 years ago    I remember back then lots of guys used to wear loafers with no socks, I used to work in retail on oxford street back then, a lot of Arab men also used to wear Gucci loafers with no socks,  But in pubjab they've started doing it now. They imitate the west but add their own weird over the top whacky touch to it and end up looking really camp, Dont know where they get the crazy hair from though! 

The whole high trouser ankle showing thing was in yrs ago as well, they've only started doing it now.

In about 2 years time they all gonna start wearing ripped Jean's 

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Its not just men though   women in punjab end up looking like christmas trees when they dress up       its just the culture there   it's very camp and over the top. 

I remember my thias wife and her daughter asking me why most my clothes are black or dark blue.  Men there wear every colour of the rainbow. 

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