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And khadim, it's always a good thing to get in touch with your feminine side ^_^ lol

He's perhaps a little too in touch...

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Keep quiet Mufeedi! Haydar has always been, is and will always be my Mawlai!

Aren't there any Mu[Edited Out]es?

EDIT: See, the name is so real, it got censored. Mush'ites.

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My favourites are Sayyed Ammar Nakshawani and Hassanain Rajabali.

I like Sayyed Ammar because the way he talks grabs your attention. He does an excellent job of explaining why something is the way it is or the history behind it.

Hassanain has a very methodical way of speaking and introduces topics very well. There is something about the way he speaks and the language that he uses which I think appeals to the native English speaker's ear.

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Yes, true but you know sometimes a person has to be diplomatic; sometimes you need to make a generalisation when targeting an individual; sometimes you need to blame all women for something while it is only done by one; sometimes you need to call the whole world evil when only one is; sometimes you just have to do it! ;) But, remember, those who are clever don't need a full explanation - only an indication is enough (this post is also one)! ;)

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Khadim is crazy... I think we can all agree on that.

Just because I say the truth - which is not on your side - you call me crazy?

Zeinab, see what I had meant by generalisations? You see now what would have happened if I had been all public about it? Don't you see the result: falsely accusing me and maligning me?!

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Yes, true but you know sometimes a person has to be diplomatic; sometimes you need to make a generalisation when targeting an individual; sometimes you need to blame all women for something while it is only done by one; sometimes you need to call the whole world evil when only one is; sometimes you just have to do it! ;) But, remember, those who are clever don't need a full explanation - only an indication is enough (this post is also one)! ;)

i understand were ur coming from,,,, but not everyone is clever to understand wat u mean,,

and i hate the way most people makes a difference between girls and boys,, for example they say that men have to be strong and can never cry or show emotions,,, and girls r always emotional,,

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i understand were ur coming from,,,, but not everyone is clever to understand wat u mean,,

and i hate the way most people makes a difference between girls and boys,, for example they say that men have to be strong and can never cry or show emotions,,, and girls r always emotional,,

Did you think I was, really, serious about this girls being bad stuff?

Well, I also disagree. When needed, men should also show their emotions and cry but, yes, it should not be excessive.

It is true that women tend to, generally, be more emotional and emphatic while men are more "cold" and systematic.

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Did you think I was, really, serious about this girls being bad stuff?

Well, I also disagree. When needed, men should also show their emotions and cry but, yes, it should not be excessive.

It is true that women tend to, generally, be more emotional and emphatic while men are more "cold" and systematic.

co

i know that most girls r more emotional then boys,,,, but most boys Think they have to be strong all the time,,,, i dont mean u think that,, but most boys do think that,,,, its the same with colours,, blue and pink,,,,,, do u understand wat i mean

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First of all, what is "co"?

Well, they are just gender roles - what a female or male is expected to do because they are either male or female (the expectations of the society from the members of a particular sex) - given to us by our society.

As I had said, when needed, men should also show their emotions and cry; they shouldn't act like rocks!

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First of all, what is "co"?

Well, they are just gender roles - what a female or male is expected to do because they are either male or female (the expectations of the society from the members of a particular sex) - given to us by our society.

As I had said, when needed, men should also show their emotions and cry; they shouldn't act like rocks!

co is nothing,, i was supposed to delete that,, haha

yea thats true,, and its sad people believe it

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