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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    i agree with the looks bit. I have to be attracted to him because lets face it, you're going to see that person everyday but i dont care if others don't think the same as looks are very subjective anyway

    And omg yess girls ask for too much money these days. I just expect his family to pay for the wedding (which won't be that extravagant inshaAllah) and i'll send some of the money to my relatives in Africa.
    I wanna have a mosque wedding inshallah really small. I don't want the day I complete half of my deen to be full of sins. Subhanallah. And yeah walahi so kibir when they ask for thousands of pounds as if they are getting married to David Beckham and not farax who just finished uni. Lol too much . I also hate the whole qabil bullsh*t. We are ask equal ffs
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Stubble is amazing. I think i prefer stubble to beards lol
    Me too eep. But beard is sunnah so id prefer some men do look attractive with a sunnah beard
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    #beardgang4life

    Btw whats the diff between a pathan and pashtun?
    Ahah yep
    Same thing, Pathan, Pashtun, Pukhtun.

    (Original post by QueenSI)
    Hehe arwww too cute. The beard defoooo but I do like stubble as well lol
    Hmm stubble is ok but beards are better imo

    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    If he ain't on his deen, I can't be his queen :lol:

    I have to make sure hes fully practicing though because these days akhis with beards are doing god knows what lol
    That's so true but I've got to improve myself loads if I want a pious husband
    A lot of people think marriage will be all lovely and rosey and as soon as they get married they'll become pious, begin practising, get a beautiful and practising partner and just sort themselves out. But the truth is marriage isn't a miracle machine...people assume it sorts everything out for them. It only makes it harder..many more responsibilities and what not..that's why I think people need to have a lot of stuff on point before taking the step...it's all much harder than we think...
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    (Original post by QueenSI)
    I wanna have a mosque wedding inshallah really small. I don't want the day I complete half of my deen to be full of sins. Subhanallah. And yeah walahi so kibir when they ask for thousands of pounds as if they are getting married to David Beckham and not farax who just finished uni. Lol too much . I also hate the whole qabil bullsh*t. We are ask equal ffs
    As much as i used to tell myself i'm going to have a small wedding, i've come to the realisation that this idea isn't realistic at all because i have a BIG family alhamdulillah and everyone is going to expect an invite. I'm going to have the men have lunch at a mosque in the afternoon and im going to hire a hall for all my female relatives and friends to enjoy themselves. I'll also hire a female photographer and another female to record the wedding so i can keep all the haram to a minimim. I've never understood why some women have an 'only womens' wedding but when you get there there are male singers, photographers and whatnot. like what the hell lol

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    Kids be growing beards at 13... what about if someone's b&b "BEARDED & BALD" LOL
    Thats still fine lol
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    Ahah yep
    Same thing, Pathan, Pashtun, Pukhtun.



    Hmm stubble is ok but beards are better imo



    That's so true but I've got to improve myself loads if I want a pious husband
    A lot of people think marriage will be all lovely and rosey and as soon as they get married they'll become pious, begin practising, get a beautiful and practising partner and just sort themselves out. But the truth is marriage isn't a miracle machine...people assume it sorts everything out for them. It only makes it harder..many more responsibilities and what not..that's why I think people need to have a lot of stuff on point before taking the step...it's all much harder than we think...
    I agree and I think family and society makes it even harder. We just need to improve improve ourselves first. Inshaallah
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    As much as i used to tell myself i'm going to have a small wedding, i've come to the realisation that this idea isn't realistic at all because i have a BIG family alhamdulillah and everyone is going to expect an invite. I'm going to have the men have lunch at a mosque in the afternoon and im going to hire a hall for all my female relatives and friends to enjoy themselves. I'll also hire a female photographer and another female to record the wedding so i can keep all the haram to a minimim. I've never understood why some women have an 'only womens' wedding but when you get there there are male singers, photographers and whatnot. like what the hell lol



    Thats still fine lol
    I don't have allot of family I'm the UK at all I have like maybe two three families. When do you think it's right to get married as in age. And where's the perfect place for you to meet your future spouse Inshaallah
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    Walaalayyaaal... E-warrama??? Banaanad socili ninyaho.
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    I personally would hide that I have a place at Uni & just annoy the school into allowing me to retake. I would pretend I don't have a place as they are more likely to offer you a place I think. Ask your fav teacher to back you up on this? Or apply for other colleges & 6th forms so you can retake. You don't sound happy with the insurance choice & I think you shouldn't just settle for the sake of going into Uni.

    If you're not happy with the insurance, dont go walahi, I know way too many people who did that and ended up dropping out/ failing due to motivation & depression. Just work hard and sign up to a local college or 6th form (hurry as enrolment should be now?). Being external would be difficult seeing as you didnt get the grades the first time round, so unless you're extremely motivated & can effectively teach yourself then sure. But I would suggest you go to school to retake. Goodluck!!
    depression that's mad! My sixth form said NO but It's probs because I told them i have my insurance ... ok yeah ill go to see the head of sixth form lady at the other local sixth form on monday and imply I don't have a uni place...

    I'm staying in contact with my form tutor from last year as he's helped people do the same before... and he said "I'll try my best" and " start off by writing a letter from your parents to the head"when it old him about my situation.not sure if thats good lol

    have you finished a levels? Thanks for speedy reply
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    (Original post by QueenSI)
    I agree and I think family and society makes it even harder. We just need to improve improve ourselves first. Inshaallah
    Definitely inshaaA.
    I used to think like that before, all these daydreams about the perfect married life until I watched a video on youtube that kinda changed the way I looked at it all. I'll try and find it
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    Ahah yep
    Same thing, Pathan, Pashtun, Pukhtun.
    Are they synonyms for pakistani?






    That's so true but I've got to improve myself loads if I want a pious husband
    A lot of people think marriage will be all lovely and rosey and as soon as they get married they'll become pious, begin practising, get a beautiful and practising partner and just sort themselves out. But the truth is marriage isn't a miracle machine...people assume it sorts everything out for them. It only makes it harder..many more responsibilities and what not..that's why I think people need to have a lot of stuff on point before taking the step...it's all much harder than we think...
    I agree. I need to work on myself so much before marriage too. I always see and hear of muslim guys with sagging trousers and who just don't act like practicing muslims saying they want a nice hijabi who stays at home and then they go chasing the 'easy' girls in the meantime.
    Like do they honestly believe a decent muslim girl will want them?
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    (Original post by seveneleven)
    sumaliland>somalia
    I'm > you :-D
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    Am I too young to join this marriage banter though?


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    saw thisbon facebook just now as i haven't logged in for ages probably abit too late might aswell just post it here:

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    (Original post by seveneleven)
    sumaliland>somalia
    Dhulles checkin in.

    Somalia ha nolaato.

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    (Original post by QueenSI)
    I don't have allot of family I'm the UK at all I have like maybe two three families. When do you think it's right to get married as in age. And where's the perfect place for you to meet your future spouse Inshaallah
    Haha its easy for you then. I have more family in europe (mostly in england though) and other western countries than in Somalia :eek:

    I want to get married at 22/23 inshaAllah and i don't understand what you mean by perfect place as i believe in Allah's plan so i cant really decide where i'll meet him. The elder relatives say you'll meet your husband at uni but the girls on here and others i know who finished uni say thats bull :lol:

    (Original post by SNOOP LAYAN)
    Walaalayyaaal... E-warrama??? Banaanad socili ninyaho.
    Lmao the latter part of your post makes no sense. Af somaaligaaga hagaaji waryaa
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Are they synonyms for pakistani?
    No only for the Pakistanis that speak Pashto (the ones that are originally from Afghanistan)

    I agree. I need to work on myself so much before marriage too. I always see and hear of muslim guys with sagging trousers and who just don't act like practicing muslims saying they want a nice hijabi who stays at home and then they go chasing the 'easy' girls in the meantime.
    Like do they honestly believe a decent muslim girl will want them?
    Exactly!! Obviously it's good if they ask for forgiveness and change but to delay it knowingly and then become practising only to get a pious girl is not right at all.
    That's why I want someone that's quiet and keeps themselves to themselves. They're usually the ones that have a good character and don't have a history of all sorts. Not to be picky but I'd want someone who hasn't had a crazy past like most guys...obviously everyone slips up here and there but no rebel for me :lol:
    The guys that have been with loads of girls will always have memories of them and it's all a bit awkward imo
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    (Original post by missfats)
    I will edit it later :sexface:
    This society was founded by 'Sephorina' on the '26th November 2007' 'and is a continuation of the the original page (The Somali Society) after reaching the maximum post limit. We are a vibrant community and accepting to members from all different backgrounds. Members can expect to partake in casual banter and to have fun. We talk about practically everything from day to day problems to celebrating each others achievements. We are a family and all are welcome to join. Let the banter continue! [/B][/I] *offers xalwo and shaah*

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    (Original post by Lil08)
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    Pakistani checking in.

    ma fi antahay boo? aniga adaan koo miss garayaay. Adiga na?

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    Are you sephorina in disguise? :eek:
 
 
 
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