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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    Go to country, experience the culture. arab/Asian cultures are not that different but if u truly love her you'll be fine.
    That's what I've been planning to do, so I'll visit soon. And I'm the only one that can truly love her btw.

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    That's what I've been planning to do, so I'll visit soon. And I'm the only one that can truly love her btw.

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    why are you the only one that can truly love her?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yeah i get that, u wunna find someone urself and not settle down for the sake of it. im kinda the same but if my mum recommends a girl to me then i won't just discard it, my mum knows her stuff when it comes to girls.
    yep . Does your mum have know her stuff about guys too ? I guess your mum would see the girls' true colour cuz most do put on a façade in front of guys (in this case you). I don't know each individual situation and as a result hope not to generalize. I wish you all the best.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    why are you the only one that can truly love her?
    I just feel that if another man tried she won't feel the full satisfaction as me. I don't even want to think about that. It makes the inside of my chest burn.

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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    yep . Does your mum have know her stuff about guys too ? I guess your mum would see the girls' true colour cuz most do put on a façade in front of guys (in this case you). I don't know each individual situation and as a result hope not to generalize. I wish you all the best.
    haha my mum would recommend me (if you're a good girl ). yeah my mum knows what type of girl i want and she sees past the princessy girls that are shallow and whatnot. also... i'd want my family and my wifes family to get along so if my mum does find me someone i'd know that family wise there wouldn't be any issues as i'd like to live with my parents and my wife will have to respect them as much as she respects her own (same with me).

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    I just feel that if another man tried she won't feel the full satisfaction as me. I don't even want to think about that. It makes the inside of my chest burn.

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    lol what wud u do if she says no to u and 1 month later shes with some other dude?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    haha my mum would recommend me (if you're a good girl ). yeah my mum knows what type of girl i want and she sees past the princessy girls that are shallow and whatnot. also... i'd want my family and my wifes family to get along so if my mum does find me someone i'd know that family wise there wouldn't be any issues as i'd like to live with my parents and my wife will have to respect them as much as she respects her own (same with me).
    lool . I see; you've mentioned implications that are exclusive to you and that's why generalizing is wrong. hope you find her man.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    haha my mum would recommend me (if you're a good girl ). yeah my mum knows what type of girl i want and she sees past the princessy girls that are shallow and whatnot. also... i'd want my family and my wifes family to get along so if my mum does find me someone i'd know that family wise there wouldn't be any issues as i'd like to live with my parents and my wife will have to respect them as much as she respects her own (same with me).


    lol what wud u do if she says no to u and 1 month later shes with some other dude?
    I've answered this. I wouldn't do anything. I'll just try to become a stronger Muslim and pray one day that I'll be with her.

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    (Original post by cobalion955)
    And sorry I should have mentioned on the wedding night for the wife to sit on the husband's lap whilst the husband takes off the hijab for the first time and you know what follows on from that.

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    youre really cheesy. Its kinda cringey . N your wife probably wont be wearing a hijab on her wedding day
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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    lool . I see; you've mentioned implications that are exclusive to you and that's why generalizing is wrong. hope you find her man.
    aye i hope i find her too, same with you. u at uni? im starting mine in september and fear that there will be a lack of akhis i've heard a lot of stories about brothers and sisters going astray when they go uni.
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    (Original post by cobalion955)
    I've answered this. I wouldn't do anything. I'll just try to become a stronger Muslim and pray one day that I'll be with her.

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    im really intrigued by your story, when are you going to ask her for parents number cos i actually wunna know what happens.
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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    youre really cheesy. Its kinda cringey . N your wife probably wont be wearing a hijab on her wedding day
    Why wouldn't she? Do you know her?

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    im really intrigued by your story, when are you going to ask her for parents number cos i actually wunna know what happens.
    Very soon

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    (Original post by cobalion955)
    Why wouldn't she? Do you know her?

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    Because ive never known anyone to wear a hijab on their weddint day. You need to stop getting all possessive over her when she probably dont even know you exist. Its creepy. First atleast talk to her
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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    Because ive never known anyone to wear a hijab on their weddint day. You need to stop getting all possessive over her when she probably dont even know you exist. Its creepy. First atleast talk to her
    I'm offended. Just because you don't know people who wear it on their wedding day doesn't mean she won't. I know she will. She's too pious to not.

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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    Because ive never known anyone to wear a hijab on their weddint day. You need to stop getting all possessive over her when she probably dont even know you exist. Its creepy. First atleast talk to her
    dnt kill his dreams....hes like the best muslim i've ever met online, or a seriously good troll.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    aye i hope i find her too, same with you. u at uni? im starting mine in september and fear that there will be a lack of akhis i've heard a lot of stories about brothers and sisters going astray when they go uni.
    nah not yet (yr 12). with the power of freedom and the temptation of not having their parents on their back I can see why. you will abuse the trust marginally (from my brother's experience). What you studying?
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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    Because ive never known anyone to wear a hijab on their weddint day. You need to stop getting all possessive over her when she probably dont even know you exist. Its creepy. First atleast talk to her
    A lot of ppl (women ofcourse ) wear a headscarf on their wedding.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    why are you the only one that can truly love her?

    (Original post by FatmanO)
    yep . Does your mum have know her stuff about guys too ? I guess your mum would see the girls' true colour cuz most do put on a façade in front of guys (in this case you). I don't know each individual situation and as a result hope not to generalize. I wish you all the best.

    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    youre really cheesy. Its kinda cringey . N your wife probably wont be wearing a hijab on her wedding day
    You're letting this Colabion guy troll you all so badly lol. All hes doing is creeping Muslim girls out

    Total troll :rofl: I mean hes even said "I'll plan my wedding so my wifes not on her period..." lol
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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    nah not yet (yr 12). with the power of freedom and the temptation of not having their parents on their back I can see why. you will abuse the trust marginally (from my brother's experience). What you studying?
    InshaAllah I'll get the grades to study Aero Eng @ Imperial, a hefty A*A*AA is required make dua lol. yeah I know so many older friends that go wild when they go uni, it really pains me and I hope i don't become like them, ima hopefully join the islamic society ASAP and make friends there, hopefully there will be a lot of brothers (and sisters respectively) there.

    what a-levels u studying?
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    You're letting this Colabion guy troll you all so badly lol. All hes doing is creeping Muslim girls out

    Total troll :rofl: I mean hes even said "I'll plan my wedding so my wifes not on her period..." lol
    Not trolling. I think a lot of people olan their wedding night tlto be a time when the women isn't bleeding, so then they can have sexual intercourse on that night.

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