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TunnuM786

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About TunnuM786

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  • Birthday 10/14/1989

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  1. Why don't you just donate it to the nearest homeless shelter for pets? If you are in the UK or US, I'm pretty sure you'll be able to find one. The cat will get a better home for free and you'll walk out without cat blood on your hands :)
  2. It's comments like yours that make a Muslimah very very very reluctant to marry anyone of Southasian heritage. Seriously, your wife is not your dog or your slave. Why should it be embarrassing to hold her hand in public? You may think of all westerners as followers of the devil, but they know how to treat a human like a human better than most desis. So I'd say they represent the ideals of Islam much better than Muslims do. How shameful! Sorry for the harsh comment, but I felt it just needed to be said.
  3. I wouldn't if I were you. The guilt of this one meal would be too much to live with. Can't you order something else instead?
  4. I suggest ande ka halwa. There's already a recipe on here for it. It's easy to make, not too many ingredients and no meat, like you asked. It's something ethnic, so your teacher has probably never tried it before, and you can sweeten everyone's tooth at the same time! Or you can make pakoray! Or chicken corn soup. Again, they are simple recipes that don't require too much time or too many ingredients. Good luck!
  5. "The likeness of those who spend their wealth in the name of Allah is as the likeness of a grain that sprouts seven spikes, in every spike a hundred grains. And Allah multiplies for whom He will, Allah is All embracing, All knowing" Surah Baqara-aya 261
  6. Oh no brother, your original comment was perfectly readable, so thanks for the helpful info. And yes, I do take care of myself, so I won't go in looking unpresentable aka no mustache :D. He better do his part as well though. Yeah, that's how it happens in Bollywood movies, but if only it were that easy in real life as well
  7. Lol. No, but his thread is where I got the inspiration and courage from.
  8. I don't get it? Brother Pedram, care to explain? Or does the explanation come after we all make a fool of ourselves and vote based on what we think the question means?
  9. Thanks, sis. I've found it's that way for a lot if things in life. Allah swt may try your patience, but the less importance you give to materialistic things and the more faith you have in Him, the more he rewards you at the end inshallah I would never ask how much he made. That would be totally embarrassing for him and he may get the wrong impression about me.
  10. Yeah, that's the first thing every guy looks for in a girl, right? :D
  11. On hamburgers: Lettuce, Tomato, onions, pickles, cheese, ketchup, mayo. On hot dogs: Just ketchup and mustard I have a friend who likes things "plain" and will eat hot dogs without any condiments whatsoever. Kind of drab, no?
  12. Yup, I second that. I have tried my hardest to like baklava as much much as I love rasmalai and gulabjamun, but I can't bring myself to do it. I am so infatuated with Indian sweets that my mom jokingly says that "if you have so many ladoos,you'll soon become one yourself".:D
  13. I am in favor of you marrying your cousin without divorcing the first wife. You just gave to male sure to treat them both (and all their children equally). If your parents forced you into marriage, I don't understand why the girl should suffer. Divorcing her would be wrong because her life would probably end after that (no more suitable proposals-this is Southasian society we are talking about if I am not mistaken?) Ending someone else's life is not a good way of starting your own. Your parents and first wife will just have to understand and agree to the second marriage thing. They got what they wanted with the first marriage. Now it's time you get what you want with the second. If Allah swt has made life easy and allowed more than one marriage, then why let your family members complicate things and disapprove?
  14. Ok, so I am sure a lot of single ladies must be wondering, but are probably to shy to ask. So on behalf of all sisters of marriageable age on SC, I'll ask the brothers. Suppose a matchmaking aunty brings you proposals and arranges a meeting with your prospective groom, How do you behave? Act normal or all shy (batting your fake eyelashes until they fall off into his tea)? What do you wear? Dress to impress or is that too immodest? Do you ask him any questions or let him do the talking? Show off your plus points like most guys would? Any other pointers? Feel free to share your experience if you've already been to one of these nerve wrecking meetings Wasalam
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