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    (Original post by nucdev)
    You and Hydeman. You could make cute little anti-ISOC babies :rofl:
    Aren't we both male? :hmmmm:
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    SeanFM one sec cupcake, let me google my own language for the word for husband!!!!!
    Isn't it pati???
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    He already was Indian! He just had to embrace that inner Bhartiyata (Indianness) :toofunny:
    Yessss, it is offical then! :borat:

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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Aren't we both male? :hmmmm:
    Meh doesn't matter - the progress of technology and science these days means you 2 might be able to make those babies by the time you actually got together :lol:
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    GG and chicken wing monster
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    I think its pati bro.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    Me and any member of the ISOC.
    Ya Habibi :sexface:
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    Smh I had to look through all that to find it XD

    "Aadmi" sounds a bit cold....then again punjabi is rude and cold.

    Hindi is so much nicer....

    Family:

    Pita – FatherMaa – MotherPuraa – Brother (spoken in a low tone)Pehn – Sister (low tone)Thaiya – Father’s older brotherThaiy – Father’s older brother’s wifeChaCha – Father’s younger brotherChaChi – Father’s younger brother’s wifePua – Father’s sisterFuffar – Father’s sisters husbandMama – Mother’s brotherMami – Mother’s brother’s wifeMasi – Mother’s sisterMasur – Mother’s sister’s husbandBabba – Grandpa (Paternal)Bebbe or Bibi– Grandma (Paternal)Dadaa or Nanaa– Grandpa (Maternal)Dadi or Nani– Grandma (Maternal)Jija – Brother-in-lawPabhi – Sister-in-law (low tone)Puttar – SonPuttari – DaughterPati or Aadmi (SeanFM ) – HusbandPutni or Bhoti or Theemee– Wife
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    Yes it is

    Smh I replied to the wrong post
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    (Original post by TheALevelStudent)
    I think its pati bro.
    Thank you paaji

    TheonlyMrsHolmes, told you! :eviltongue:
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    (Original post by TheALevelStudent)
    I think its pati bro.
    A* Punjabi student
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    (Original post by TheALevelStudent)
    I think its pati bro.
    It is not bro

    It is Aadmi!!

    You're supposed to be the expert...goshhh!
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    (Original post by nucdev)
    Thank you paaji

    TheonlyMrsHolmes, told you! :eviltongue:
    r u 5?
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    No it isn't, you're useless smh
    Pati is Punjabi too
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Smh I had to look through all that to find it XD

    "Aadmi" sounds a bit cold....then again punjabi is rude and cold.

    Hindi is so much nicer....
    Punjabi is actually said to be one of the softer and nicer languages lol.

    And a direct translation of aadmi is man
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    (Original post by Zamestaneh)
    Pati is Punjabi too
    I've never heard any one use it
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Omg *spits Twix out* that is quite random!
    Nooo! Don't waste the Twix!
    You two were only ones I could think of haha!
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    It is not bro

    It is Aadmi!!

    You're supposed to be the expert...goshhh!
    You are determined that its not pati aren't you? ahah

    Its pati 'BRO'
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