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12 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

ha ya i meant head not hands lol

I'm mean it is obvious due to politics and not wanting to marginalise that group. Agree i know those who went by free will and married off. But you don't see it with their community as much. Even their less religious are still conservative compared to ours. 

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Jut culture (which spread throughout Panjabi culture) has this clownish, egotistical, hedonistic partying, hyperbolic quality within it. A lot of reserved females would be repulsed with that, and would be attracted to more sober, less exuberant social interactions. So it doesn't surprise me that they jump ship. On the flipside, a lot of 'religious' people in our samaaj have this narrow minded, boring, rigid quality which would be off-putting for those attracted to 'raunack' and ostentation. 

What you posted about the park is likely just the beginning. Soon more and more people will be rejecting the ostentatious materialism, and cringe worthy oafishness too many apnay blokes exhibit. And so this will drive certain females to other communities. Happened here. And I know it happens in Canada too. 

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17 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

That whole 'giddha paa-ing princess' stupid culture didn't help either. Meanwhile the blokes are getting plastered doing bhangra......... 

They could at least be doing Bhang with Bhangara not all this other garbage and dance in more appropriate settings. 

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24 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

They could at least be doing Bhang with Bhangara not all this other garbage and dance in more appropriate settings. 

I'm pretty sure they are doing sukha and/or a bunch of other stuff with it already. You know the clubbing scene. The bhangra thing is a Panjabi equivalent, especially in Canada (it was like that in the UK too 80s onwards, but has calmed down lately). How much drug dealing revolves around the clubbing scene..... 

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2 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I'm pretty sure they are doing sukha and/or a bunch of other stuff with it already. You know the clubbing scene. The bhangra thing is a Panjabi equivalent, especially in Canada (it was like that in the UK too 80s onwards, but has calmed down lately). How much drug dealing revolves around the clubbing scene..... 

Only place to find more drugs is prison. 

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