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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Good advice from you maam. Thank you
    Word of advice: no one really says ma'am anymore. If you're talking to a lady, say love or darling.
    Or if (and only if) you manage to score at a club, like I told you, and have had a few drinks, say babe.
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    (Original post by Sb0245)
    Aww, I'll be your friend
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    (Original post by Te346)
    Word of advice: no one really says ma'am anymore. If you're talking to a lady, say love or darling.
    Or if (and only if) you manage to score at a club, like I told you, and have had a few drinks, say babe.
    Best comment so far. I'd take it if I was you Vikram.

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    (Original post by goodies)
    Your level of english shouldn't really matter. Main thing is you can express yourself, and grammatical mistakes generally don't hinder that. One of the best friends I ever had spoke only french but we managed to become close despite my terrible french.
    Yes. Better than when came to Englan.

    Work on graphics so not much speaking needed, I stay quite, I would like talk to other but not liking to be disturb when they are working. Sooooo lunch I try but always people they like to talk sport and of other thing that I know not much about.
    So sit and listen I do but always stay quite but always one girl come and sit with me and listen. Very careful of what I am saying. For that I say thanks to her

    Have good using full stop etc but grammar need getting better. You are right!
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    Mean to say: Am good using full stop etc. I did.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Good advice from you maam. Thank you
    You're very welcome. It would be helpful if you could find other Indians living in the UK (kindhearted ones, not like the guy at your workplace). They may be able to help you get to grips with the language/socialise/have fun/etc. You sound like a friendly, social guy so I'm sure you'll be able to make more friends soon. Give yourself time. x
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    (Original post by Te346)
    Word of advice: no one really says ma'am anymore. If you're talking to a lady, say love or darling.
    Or if (and only if) you manage to score at a club, like I told you, and have had a few drinks, say babe.
    Awww, noo! I found it kind of cute tbh. Every guy nowadays says love/darling/babe... it's refreshing to be called ma'am. And I feel like a Queen, don't stop now hun. Nah, but in all seriousness, you probably have a point there. But I still liked it. x

    Could be much worse. My bf calls me 'kitten'. :rolleyes: Though I will admit, I LOVE IT lol
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    (Original post by Te346)
    Don't be too hard on yourself Vikram. Also don't think that those women on tinder are above you.

    Are there any clubs where you could go dirinking? Really, just go by yourself. There are loads of girls there that would like quirky guys. Are you just working right now or studying? Join the Indian soc if your are, if your uni has one.

    Also, as for this girl at work: like someone else said, just go for coffee. I'm sure you could get the point across to her - whether or not she's single. If she is that you like her but struggle to express it becase of 'bad english'. Even if she says she's not available or doens't like you that way - you can still say you want to be friends.
    No time to have gone to society at the fresher, much work and travel because too expensieve to live in dorm so live in house. Maybe I will join, not thinking of this before. Thank you for good idea.

    I think girl want to be friend otherwise maybe she say to me she likes. Still I accept friend. But ask maybe to go cinema? Then can be with but not talk much haha maybe see if she some like after?

    First may try and go to club. As you say but never did I drink alcohol before but only once but not like effect so not agian. Must I start to drink to be well in UK?

    I pass club in city and always there are many people with good cloth and many nice women also. Make me want to be a part of group!

    Need to be more like of England and India if want to live. I try.
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    Mean to say: of England NOT of India. I did.
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    [QUOTE=Edo123;55682957]So are you saying you're not exciting, or rich, or a man of prestige Vikram? QUOTE]

    No no no. Mean to say not same of thinking as they. But I try and be more like of British to them and am fit but make also big muscle then maybe beautiful women in tinder may like better. Maybe?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Mean to say: of England NOT of India. I did.
    Hi Vikram. In response to your previous post, I don't think you need to start drinking to make friends but you can still go out with them and socialise. Even if it's at a bar/pub/club/your student union, go out and have fun. If you don't enjoy drinking alcohol, try ordering non-alcoholic drinks when you're there. x
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    (Original post by Te346)
    Word of advice: no one really says ma'am anymore. If you're talking to a lady, say love or darling.
    Or if (and only if) you manage to score at a club, like I told you, and have had a few drinks, say babe.
    OK Vikram Bhai Maybe not disrespectful to say darling at work though?
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    Awww, noo! I found it kind of cute tbh. Every guy nowadays says love/darling/babe... it's refreshing to be called ma'am. And I feel like a Queen, don't stop now hun. Nah, but in all seriousness, you probably have a point there. But I still liked it. x

    Could be much worse. My bf calls me 'kitten'. :rolleyes: Though I will admit, I LOVE IT lol
    lol
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    Hi Vikram. In response to your previous post, I don't think you need to start drinking to make friends but you can still go out with them and socialise. Even if it's at a bar/pub/club/your student union, go out and have fun. If you don't enjoy drinking alcohol, try ordering non-alcoholic drinks when you're there. x
    Thanks darling
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks darling
    You're very welcome hun x

    p.s. kind of wishing you'd said "Thanks ma'am" now.
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    You're very welcome hun x

    p.s. kind of wishing you'd said "Thanks ma'am" now.
    Haha like to say ma'am. It sound more good to the ear I think but not want to sound like old man

    But will say for you: good night ma'am

    lol
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Haha like to say ma'am. It sound more good to the ear I think but not want to sound like old man

    But will say for you: good night ma'am

    lol
    It does sound nice, I like it. Thank you, and good night to you hun. x
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    (Original post by Te346)
    Word of advice: no one really says ma'am anymore. If you're talking to a lady, say love or darling.
    Or if (and only if) you manage to score at a club, like I told you, and have had a few drinks, say babe.
    Aren't you that guy that spent two hours on here sexting with someone that turned out to be a man?
    Don't think you should be advising others on their love life man. Are you even old enough to go to clubs?
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    (Original post by godivaontherocks)
    It does sound nice, I like it. Thank you, and good night to you hun. x
    Pssst, I think he's trying to chat you up. You up for some chicken curry and nan with a side order of doggystyle love? Lmao
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    (Original post by Khan_can)
    Pssst, I think he's trying to chat you up. You up for some chicken curry and nan with a side order of doggystyle love? Lmao
    What, a guy can't be nice nowadays without a hidden agenda? :rolleyes: Why would he have made that comment anonymous?

    I've got bf but if he was flirting (which he clearly wasn't) it doesn't bother me tbh
 
 
 
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