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    (Original post by nucdev)
    Apart from the fact that Punjabis are LOUUUUD :rofl:
    Your food stinks

    I've been tricked and disappointed whenever I've had it
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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    Wait, so Hindu people can marry people of a different faith?
    Going strictly by the religion yes, but families often disallow it for cultural reasons.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    lmaoooo you're going to trigger someone with that comment :rofl:

    I suppose there's a difference in alcohol intake between Gujus and Punjabis as well, if you get what I mean :lol:
    Loool I don't care - it's a statement of fact
    (Which I'm sure most Punjabis agree with anyway lol)

    I reckon that if alcohol was legalized in Gujarat, the Gujarat government would probably earn more in tax revenue from it than Punjab does :lol:
    They're all drunkards over there :rofl:

    Over here, Gujjus are a bit more conservative over alcohol compared to over there.
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    (Original post by TheBBQ)
    Your food stinks

    I've been tricked and disappointed whenever I've had it
    Lmao I prefer Punjabi food anyway

    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    Wait, so Hindu people can marry people of a different faith?
    Yep, but a lot of Hindu families are wary of it as Zarga said.
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    (Original post by nucdev)
    Lmao I prefer Punjabi food anyway
    Good. Can't even describe how devastating it was to find out that this sweet paratha thing did not have aloo in it.

    Or what was going on with the yogurt.

    Don't even get me started on those tiny roti and samosa
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    (Original post by nucdev)
    Loool I don't care - it's a statement of fact
    (Which I'm sure most Punjabis agree with anyway lol)

    I reckon that if alcohol was legalized in Gujarat, the Gujarat government would probably earn more in tax revenue from it than Punjab does :lol:
    They're all drunkards over there :rofl:
    hahaha it's true. Both statements :rofl:

    (Original post by nucdev)
    Over here, Gujjus are a bit more conservative over alcohol compared to over there.
    Are they? :teehee:
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    (Original post by TheBBQ)
    Good. Can't even describe how devastating it was to find out that this sweet paratha thing did not have aloo in it.

    Or what was going on with the yogurt.

    Don't even get me started on those tiny roti and samosa
    These are one of the select few things I prefer about Guj food. Can't be doing with these obese roti and lard-arse samosa :rofl:
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    These are one of the select few things I prefer about Guj food. Can't be doing with these obese roti and lard-arse samosa :rofl:
    I saw this tiny roti for the first time at a wedding, me and my dad looked at each other and laughed before he ate one in a single bite :lol:

    They are more pastry than filling! What's the point!?
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    (Original post by TheBBQ)
    I saw this tiny roti for the first time at a wedding, me and my dad looked at each other and laughed before he ate one in a single bite :lol:

    They are more pastry than filling! What's the point!?
    Punjabi roti's are compensating I think :teehee:

    I hate those greasy af puri's you get at weddings. Nasty.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have also seen/heard sometimes both sides don't like each other if they are very religiously strict EVEN though historically we were all the same people and religion (Gujarat and Punjab are close to each other geographically)
    Could you explain the bit in bold please?
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    (Original post by TheBBQ)
    Good. Can't even describe how devastating it was to find out that this sweet paratha thing did not have aloo in it.

    Or what was going on with the yogurt.

    Don't even get me started on those tiny roti and samosa
    Barbecue-bhai needs to have some theplas - anything but sweet (especially if it's my grandmother's cooking) :rofl:

    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    These are one of the select few things I prefer about Guj food. Can't be doing with these obese roti and lard-arse samosa :rofl:
    Bahahaha! Actually I agree with that. I swear I practically gained weight just by looking at some fat Punjabi samosa fried in ghee :rofl3:
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    Could you explain the bit in bold please?
    I guess OP could be referencing the fact that a lot of Gujarati communities migrated to Gujarat from Punjab many centuries ago :dontknow:

    Supposedly, my community migrated from Punjab to Gujarat in like the 12th century (no idea if it's true or not though :lol:)
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    I've never been to an Indian wedding :sad:
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    I've never been to an Indian wedding :sad:
    You're not missing out on much :rofl:
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    Punjabi roti's are compensating I think :teehee:

    I hate those greasy af puri's you get at weddings. Nasty.
    You trippin, they are the reason we are way taller than you guys

    Yeah that's what we had! We were just eating what we could that's when my mum freaked out about the yogurt being weird :lol:

    (Original post by nucdev)
    Barbecue-bhai needs to have some theplas - anything but sweet (especially if it's my grandmother's cooking) :rofl:
    I don't know what those roti were but I thought they were filled with aloo so I was very dissapointed

    I'll be fine, but I'lk take you up on a drinking contest
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    (Original post by nucdev)
    You're not missing out on much :rofl:
    Haha, if you say so :lol:
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    I'm Hindu and my parents say they're fine with me marrying any Asian, although they aren't too keen on me bringing one of my Korean idols home xD
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    (Original post by nucdev)
    I guess OP could be referencing the fact that a lot of Gujarati communities migrated to Gujarat from Punjab many centuries ago :dontknow:

    Supposedly, my community migrated from Punjab to Gujarat in like the 12th century (no idea if it's true or not though :lol:)
    Right, I suppose that would be because the borders weren't the same back then. Or the Gujarati people were having their businesses over in Punjab and then moved back
    idk either lol
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    (Original post by TheBBQ)
    You trippin, they are the reason we are way taller than you guys
    I'm going off your joke, but I assume Punjabi guys are taller because you get more protein in your diet than Gujaratis?
    Also genetics of course
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    (Original post by TheBBQ)
    I don't know what those roti were but I thought they were filled with aloo so I was very dissapointed

    I'll be fine, but I'lk take you up on a drinking contest
    Chalo ji done
    You would win though coz I've never actually got drunk in my life :lol:

    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    Right, I suppose that would be because the borders weren't the same back then. Or the Gujarati people were having their businesses over in Punjab and then moved backidk either lol
    Nah I meant that they were from Punjab without any connection to Gujarat before they migrated.
 
 
 
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