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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    This sounds like a real genuine and unbiased opinion coming from an Indian 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 😂😂😂


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    Well it would be silly to deny my statement coz everyone knows its true. Yeah you may see Indians that fit the 'wanna be rudeboy' category only in very tiny numbers in Southall and Birmingham but again that is a rare case. ( This is not a biased opinion it is observation) lol
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    Over here in Toronto we neverrrr say south Asian it must b a UK thing, they do call each other desi, but the rest of the people call them brown or by whatever they are Indian, Pakistani, banglawhatever.
    Yeah don't use that one in London
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    For a start Islam is not for the faint hearted. There is also a duty to defend family honour and property and potentially the wider community if that is threatened. Additional pressures to do well academically and professionally rather than just loaf around doing history and indulging in causal relationships require the 'desi boy' to be perpetually vigilant.
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    (Original post by DanteTheDoorKnob)
    Yeah don't use that one in London
    Why not?
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    Over here in Toronto we neverrrr say south Asian it must b a UK thing, they do call each other desi, but the rest of the people call them brown or by whatever they are Indian, Pakistani, banglawhatever.
    yeah true. because there are actually distinct races in south asia, it's a meaningless description. it's like saying "african" - which part of africa? north africa (basically the middle east where people are more close to the race of the saudis) or central africa (where people are essentially "black"]? it's the same thing in my eyes - desi is a term that makes sense because it refers to a particular region and not a south part of the largest continent in the world containing so many peoples/races.
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    This is such an easy question use pakis can do what we like because basically our families are very massive so we can be *******s to anyone not in the family very easily without fear of being socially outcast.
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    (Original post by spv)
    Because the 'velan' toughened them up since childhood.
    Nah. xD The velan obviously wasn't enough. I've had it and I'm nothing like the new breed of South Asians. :'D
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    I'm going to be thee ******* here and just say it...

    They have to act hard, or else they get **** on, made fun of. I went to highschool with Pakistani guys who used to tell people they were indo-Caribbean because they are more accepted so they don't get made fun of, it wasn't easy for them to say I'm Pakistani.


    That's the best explanation I can come up with
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    This is such an easy question use pakis can do what we like because basically our families are very massive so we can be *******s to anyone not in the family very easily without fear of being socially outcast.
    This may be the case with parents that don't give a **** about their children and are most likely to be immigrants or illiterate. However, this not the case with all Pakistanis.

    Mind you, the world record for the most A levels and O levels is held by Pakistanis. So calling Pakistanis wanna be rudebois is slightly biased.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I sit on the back of the bus and i passed my a levels
    Its different here in bham plus its from my own experience.
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    (Original post by SubZero~)
    Nah. xD The velan obviously wasn't enough. I've had it and I'm nothing like the new breed of South Asians. :'D
    lmfao.. I love how you're like "I've had it" like it's some sort of childhood disease that everyone gets-like chicken pox.
    Yeah, true though. I've had the velan, and I am nothing like those fools.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    I'm going to be thee ******* here and just say it...

    They have to act hard, or else they get **** on, made fun of. I went to highschool with Pakistani guys who used to tell people they were indo-Caribbean because they are more accepted so they don't get made fun of, it wasn't easy for them to say I'm Pakistani.


    That's the best explanation I can come up with
    That's the first time I've heard that.


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    (Original post by spv)
    lmfao.. I love how you're like "I've had it" like it's some sort of childhood disease that everyone gets-like chicken pox.
    Yeah, true though. I've had the velan, and I am nothing like those fools.
    Guju parents. :rofl:
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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    That's the first time I've heard that.


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    What exactly?
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    It's because most British Pakistanis are paindu mirpuris who marry their cousins and dont care about education.

    Canadian and American Pakistanis are much better.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    I'm going to be thee ******* here and just say it...

    They have to act hard, or else they get **** on, made fun of. I went to highschool with Pakistani guys who used to tell people they were indo-Caribbean because they are more accepted so they don't get made fun of, it wasn't easy for them to say I'm Pakistani.


    That's the best explanation I can come up with
    Canada sounds like a strange place
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    What exactly?
    The indo-Caribbean thing.


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    Omg, these South Asian 'fake' thugs live in my area. Some of them are actually alright but their behaviour in public is really irritating. There is this one guy in my tutor group and he came straight from India like around 2 years ago, he acts like these thugs by saying 'Bruv'- this actually makes me laugh.

    If you want to see these wonderful guys in action, give me a call.
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
    He is gorgeous like Samina has said... Have you seen him and his body? And the way he talks omg 😩😩 soooo good!!
    <---- This guy > All others
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    He is a ****ing sculpture!! What a beauty
    Yep. He looks like a beast, acts like a beast and dances like a beast!

 
 
 
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