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    What is this ****ing for?(not a Muslim btw)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Slut
    At least I ain't hiding behind Anonymous
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    Lol at trying to shame him, his body his choice
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    (Original post by asif007)
    Lol, who said anything about being celibate? I've had girlfriends, I've had sex and I intend to keep doing so without getting married. At this point in time I don't think I'll find a woman who will be my "best friend" and "support me" - that's just a romanticised fantasy for young people waiting for the right person to turn up, when they probably never will. Girls have so many high expectations of a relationship and then throw *****-fits when things don't go their way - I really can't be dealing with that **** when I have my own life and health to focus on.
    Are you muslim? There's no telling who you're speaking to on this site.
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    unless i find someone i REALLY like but so far nothing
    am almost 18 tho i have like 20 years to decide before i shrivel up into a raisin
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    Female: 22/23-26

    I'd prefer to marry young ☺️
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    Are you muslim? There's no telling who you're speaking to on this site.
    Yes I am.

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    Lol at trying to shame him, his body his choice
    Thanks for respecting freedom of choice. Most Muslims seem to struggle with that.
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    (Original post by asif007)
    Yes I am.



    Thanks for respecting freedom of choice. Most Muslims seem to struggle with that.
    Thanks for confirming.

    Btw most muslims do respect freedom of choice. Feel free to do good/bad deeds as much as you like without being judged; it's your God-given right. But don't expect messages of congratulations and happiness for your blatant sinning, lol. I dunno, are you wanting a medal or something?

    I just wanted to point out that zina is one of the biggest sins ever and if you continue doing it, you may regret it on the Day of Judgement, bro. Remember, it's all about the scale of good deeds vs bad deeds and we need more good deeds than bad ... Zina is a HEAVY bad deed.
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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    I'd like to get married at 24 but it may happen sooner (maybe even later, idek)...my mother and uncle have already started suggesting people for me to consider saying I don't have much time before all the good ones go :lol:
    How old are you, (if you don't mind me asking). And what they age they think it's "the deadline' before all the good guys go?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How old are you, (if you don't mind me asking). And what they age they think it's "the deadline' before all the good guys go?
    I've just turned 20, they see ideal as being 20/21 lol :afraid:
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    Thanks for confirming.

    Btw most muslims do respect freedom of choice. Feel free to do good/bad deeds as much as you like without being judged; it's your God-given right. But don't expect messages of congratulations and happiness for your blatant sinning, lol. I dunno, are you wanting a medal or something?

    I just wanted to point out that zina is one of the biggest sins ever and if you continue doing it, you may regret it on the Day of Judgement, bro. Remember, it's all about the scale of good deeds vs bad deeds and we need more good deeds than bad ... Zina is a HEAVY bad deed.
    So you're Muslim too. That explains a lot.

    I can't help but feel that your post is enormously contradictory. I'm not asking for congratulations. But it's strange that you accept I have freedom to do what I want without being judged, and yet your mention of "regret", "bad deeds" and "blatant sinning" is incredibly judgmental. The same attitude from you and other Muslims on here seems to be that if a Muslim wants to live differently to others, their faith should be questioned? Freedom of choice means accepting that people can still be of the same faith even if they don't all follow it in the same way. Simple.
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    (Original post by asif007)
    So you're Muslim too. That explains a lot.

    I can't help but feel that your post is enormously contradictory. I'm not asking for congratulations. But it's strange that you accept I have freedom to do what I want without being judged, and yet your mention of "regret", "bad deeds" and "blatant sinning" is incredibly judgmental. The same attitude from you and other Muslims on here seems to be that if a Muslim wants to live differently to others, their faith should be questioned? Freedom of choice means accepting that people can still be of the same faith even if they don't all follow it in the same way. Simple.
    If you confuse "judging someone" with "stating cold hard facts", you will definitely not get along with very many people.

    Stating facts:
    "Murderers will be sent to prison"
    Judging someone:
    "Murderers are evil people"

    I merely stated the fact that your actions are considered a bad deed and I gave you sincere advice to rethink marrying so you can avoid bad deeds. I pity how ultra-defensive you are about your bad deeds. Do you genuinely want people to give you a Blue Peter badge for showing off your sins on the internet?

    Also, I never questioned your committment to faith as it's obvious to see your disregard for religious rules. I merely asked whether or not you are a muslim. It was a genuine question as you can never know if a person is a muslim/christian/jew etc when you're speaking to them on an internet forum. Or am I supposed to just guess your religion?
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    If you confuse "judging someone" with "stating cold hard facts", you will definitely not get along with very many people.

    Stating facts:
    "Murderers will be sent to prison"
    Judging someone:
    "Murderers are evil people"

    I merely stated the fact that your actions are considered a bad deed and I gave you sincere advice to rethink marrying so you can avoid bad deeds. I pity how ultra-defensive you are about your bad deeds. Do you genuinely want people to give you a Blue Peter badge for showing off your sins on the internet?

    Also, I never questioned your committment to faith as it's obvious to see your disregard for religious rules. I merely asked whether or not you are a muslim. It was a genuine question as you can never know if a person is a muslim/christian/jew etc when you're speaking to them on an internet forum. Or am I supposed to just guess your religion?
    Wow, calm down dude. Like I said before, not asking for congratulations. Just want to be able to express my views and lifestyle on here without people quoting the Qur'an and stating "facts" about bad deeds as if that's somehow going to help me. Lighten up.
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    (Original post by undercxver)
    Female, don't wanna.
    THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
 
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