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16 hours ago, Jai Tegang! said:

We all need to try our level best to ridicule and degrade it to an acceptable level where it's not making us look like colourful baandars in front of other communities.

I'm doing my best at this. Any other ideas on how this can be done people? 

Also, I think Canada may well taint other Sikh diasporas with their vacuous, caste-ridden, bhangra obsession.  

 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

Behold 'modren' Panjabi jut culture in its glory. What a confused bunch of fudhoos. Look at what happens when you let these people leave their pends! 

 

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 But jatt da muqabla dass mainu kitthe hai lolllll. idkkk how someone can think so highly of themselves without much contribution in the last couple of decades.

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19 hours ago, Jai Tegang! said:

This public jaloose with bhangra is out of control here in Canada, especially with the newly landed. The goray are quietly having a laugh while the freshies think they are being appreciated. Even the new gen born and raised here are joining in thinking it's some type of cultural rite of passage to put on a public monkey show. This $ht show is getting pushed into every public engagement involving us, similar to how the Indigenous are expected to prance around in feathers and beat drums when politicians are "reconciling" or handing over funds.

Our elders tried hard to keep this bhangra giddha in its subdued and rightful tiny corner, not bring it center-stage. We all need to try our level best to ridicule and degrade it to an acceptable level where it's not making us look like colourful baandars in front of other communities. 

Saw a Newly Landed (let's turn that phrase into a collective noun. Pendu sounds so arrogant ?) wearing chappalah in Tesco a few days ago. Brown, crusty feet all over the shop! I gave him a filthy look so that he was left in no doubt as to what I thought of his lack of decorum. They weren't even a smart pair of poolside slippers that most people seem to be wearing lately. Tired-looking, aqua coloured flip-flops. Disgraceful. 

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On 8/10/2022 at 10:25 AM, Premi5 said:

Tarkhaan?

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You're a twat for posting this. Look closer to home for the source of the problem. Bwaaahhh.

That's the problems with peasants, they're too weak-minded to confront truth and create alternate, bull5hit realities for their weak-minds to cope.  

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9 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Saw a Newly Landed (let's turn that phrase into a collective noun. Pendu sounds so arrogant ?) wearing chappalah in Tesco a few days ago. Brown, crusty feet all over the shop! I gave him a filthy look so that he was left in no doubt as to what I thought of his lack of decorum. They weren't even a smart pair of poolside slippers that most people seem to be wearing lately. Tired-looking, aqua coloured flip-flops. Disgraceful. 

Pendu is just fine. Says a lot that of all our issues, this is the one you jump on........

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23 hours ago, proudkaur21 said:

Punjabis in Canada will invite goras to wedding and make them dance like baandars and think they have achieved the greatest thing in the world.

Meanwhile, I've literally seen hundreds of european women go from modern to hijab within a few weeks. Our lot think sharing their colourful ape 'culture' at a wedding is some sort of achievement. You couldn't make this up.

Gora's love coming to 'wild, crazy "Sikh" weddings' that 'go on for days'.  It must be a proper tamasha for them and give them a lot to talk about to other goray.   

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