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    (Original post by de_monies)
    That's like my mum. So what would you see yourself as then (on nationality) Pakistani or British?
    British. Though, I've never thought of it that way.
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    But sir, all I did was offer her many millions of Ugandan dollars. It was totally innocent :cry2:
    Ikr, people are never happy. You're a good man. Maybe you should've told her about the pigeon infestation in her bank? Lol.
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    (Original post by Maryb_101)
    Ohyrt...cool.
    Are you in y13?
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    (Original post by student room sk)
    Wow what happened here?? Seems like someone's in some deep **** :rolleyes: x
    I blame Revent. He made an innuendo, and I followed up on it with another one. We both got in to trouble. Oops

    (Original post by Maryb_101)
    Lool how come? Why didn't they believe you were born here? :L haha
    My grandma got really ill, and we got an emergency flight (like a couple of days notice) I was the only child at the time, so there's no "Oh, but what happens to x" etc..

    I flew out, I guess without the normal procedures because I was just under the age of one ie: ordinarily there'd be no need for me to have a passport

    When we came back, the authorities wouldn't let me in, because their reasoning was "This is not a British baby. You're smuggling a Pakistani born kid"

    It didn't help that I apparently walked and talked, and basically clinged to all the old ladies in Pakistan, and apparently I wanted to sleep with "bay", despite her being ill so the authorities wouldn't really believe my parents.

    It took about 6 months and me having an episode (with my grand dad and great uncle shouting like hell at my parents for taking me there - got a little back story for that, but a sad one ), to get all sorts of documents from the UK to Islamabad.

    They finally accepted a birth certificate after about 6 months!

    (Original post by LegendX)
    British. Though, I've never thought of it that way.
    (Original post by LegendX)
    Ikr, people are never happy. You're a good man. Maybe you should've told her about the pigeon infestation in her bank? Lol.
    Fair enoughs. I don't wish to do so now. I fear for my life. I try to be an honest business man, and this is how people repay me. This wouldn't happen in Uganda
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    (Original post by student room sk)
    Wow what happened here?? Seems like someone's in some deep **** :rolleyes: x
    Ikr. **** got real.
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    I blame Revent. He made an innuendo, and I followed up on it with another one. We both got in to trouble. Oops



    My grandma got really ill, and we got an emergency flight (like a couple of days notice) I was the only child at the time, so there's no "Oh, but what happens to x" etc..

    I flew out, I guess without the normal procedures because I was just under the age of one ie: ordinarily there'd be no need for me to have a passport

    When we came back, the authorities wouldn't let me in, because their reasoning was "This is not a British baby. You're smuggling a Pakistani born kid"

    It didn't help that I apparently walked and talked, and basically clinged to all the old ladies in Pakistan, and apparently I wanted to sleep with "bay", despite her being ill so the authorities wouldn't really believe my parents.

    It took about 6 months and me having an episode (with my grand dad and great uncle shouting like hell at my parents for taking me there - got a little back story for that, but a sad one ), to get all sorts of documents from the UK to Islamabad.
    They finally accepted a birth certificate after about 6 months!
    Revent is extremely funny with his stupid innuendos, what was yours??
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    (Original post by student room sk)
    Lol..... No wonder- your from NYC!!! Shut up!! I hate you so much for that cause I'm so jealous!! I've always wanted to go there, were you born there?? Or just lived there for a short while or something?- before I forget I love how you can take something really simple and turn it into a sexual innuendo- lol (always makes me laugh) x
    I was born and raised there
    It's not ALL innuendo's Sometimes I'm straight to the point. Like I want to sleep with you right now :sexface:
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    I blame Revent. He made an innuendo, and I followed up on it with another one. We both got in to trouble. Oops
    I didn't get into trouble

    I wish I did though I really do need a spanking :teehee:
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    (Original post by LegendX)
    Ikr. Shet got real.
    Who took offence??
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    (Original post by Maryamsaffiyah)
    you're a quran hafiz for goodness sakeeeeeeee. mashallah, that is so good. i'd love a guy that knew the quran by heart but i'd want them to be a practacing muslimm
    You sound like you want to meet someone

    (Original post by student room sk)
    Revent is extremely funny with his stupid innuendos, what was yours??
    I told him that he was doing it wrong

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...6#post41487746

    (Original post by Revent)
    I didn't get into trouble

    I wish I did though I really do need a spanking :teehee:
    Don't worry. I know a guy.

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    (Original post by Revent)
    I was born and raised there
    It's not ALL innuendo's Sometimes I'm straight to the point. Like I want to sleep with you right now :sexface:
    How do you know that I'm not some weird creep on this?? Lol- now I realise you meant what you said about being a bad Muslim, lucky for you but unlucky for me- I'm not a great Muslim either (actually feel really bad whilst saying that) x
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    I told him that he was doing it wrong

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...6#post41487746
    I don't think you did anything that bad x
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    (Original post by student room sk)
    How do you know that I'm not some weird creep on this?? Lol- now I realise you meant what you said about being a bad Muslim, lucky for you but unlucky for me- I'm not a great Muslim either (actually feel really bad whilst saying that) x
    I'll take my chances If you're a guy, I swing both ways anyway :teehee: What do you mean by unlucky for you? A night with me will be the best thing you'll ever experience :sexface:
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    (Original post by student room sk)
    I don't think you did anything that bad x
    Yay! Im still blaming Revent
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    (Original post by student room sk)
    How do you know that I'm not some weird creep on this?? Lol- now I realise you meant what you said about being a bad Muslim, lucky for you but unlucky for me- I'm not a great Muslim either (actually feel really bad whilst saying that) x
    (Original post by Revent)
    I'll take my chances If you're a guy, I swing both ways anyway :teehee: What do you mean by unlucky for you? A night with me will be the best thing you'll ever experience :sexface:
    I keep saying. This guy is still waiting for you



    EDIT: On a serious note, what do you think of this?

    http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-88...ilt-in-Karachi

    To me, it seems like they can spend $45 Billion on construction work, yet they can't feed the starving millions, but at the same time it brings work, and could be good for Pakistan's tourism industry, and bring people in to Pakistan, lifting people out of poverty
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    I keep saying. This guy is still waiting for you



    EDIT: On a serious note, what do you think of this?

    http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-88...ilt-in-Karachi

    To me, it seems like they can spend $45 Billion on construction work, yet they can't feed the starving millions, but at the same time it brings work, and could be good for Pakistan's tourism industry, and bring people in to Pakistan, lifting people out of poverty
    I like 'em big anyway

    Idk, never REALLY been to Pakistan so dunno much about it.
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    (Original post by Revent)
    I like 'em big anyway

    Idk, never REALLY been to Pakistan so dunno much about it.
    Fair enoughs. I've been about 3 or 4 times (Prefer it here ), but I like world politics a lot
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    (Original post by Makaveli_The_Don)
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    Wag1 where you at
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    To me, it seems like they can spend $45 Billion on construction work, yet they can't feed the starving millions, but at the same time it brings work, and could be good for Pakistan's tourism industry, and bring people in to Pakistan, lifting people out of poverty
    That's a ridiculously high amount of money, doubt it's 100% true. Still it's good if true.
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    (Original post by Dhaal_Chawal)
    That's a ridiculously high amount of money, doubt it's 100% true. Still it's good if true.
    Good?
 
 
 
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