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      Often when I am reading some thing in my balcony I see people walking.. going about their lives.
      Our town is proud host of many Syrian refugee families.

      I see those wives going with their husbands or with kids or by themselves for groceries and stuff.
      Always quick always focused.. always lady like .. remind me of red foxes going about their business during night.

      Then we have our pakistani women. They come out of their house as they are doing this world a favor.
      Walking slow looking here and there every two steps .. usually fat , with kids or husband. Seems like their very aware of their graciousness they bestowed upon their families by being their. Reminds me of Batakhs (ducks )
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      Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
      Often when I am reading some thing in my balcony I see people walking.. going about their lives.
      Our town is proud host of many Syrian refugee families.

      I see those wives going with their husbands or with kids or by themselves for groceries and stuff.
      Always quick always focused.. always lady like .. remind me of red foxes going about their business during night.

      Then we have our pakistani women. They come out of their house as they are doing this world a favor.
      Walking slow looking here and there every two steps .. usually fat , with kids or husband. Seems like their very aware of their graciousness they bestowed upon their families by being their. Reminds me of Batakhs (ducks )
      Generalizations, stereotyping, misogyny, body shaming, judgmentalism etc, should be fantastic thread lol...

      BTW we volunteered with Syrians and they seem to be some fantastic people.

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      I am having trouble visualizing without pics.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobby1 View Post
      Generalizations, stereotyping, misogyny, body shaming, judgmentalism etc, should be fantastic thread lol...

      BTW we volunteered with Syrians and they seem to be some fantastic people.
      Bobbz only opinion which does not strike as offensive to social-media generation is perhaps
      expressing grief over natural disasters or condemnation of some atrocities etc...
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      Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
      Bobbz only opinion which does not strike as offensive to social-media generation is perhaps
      expressing grief over natural disasters or condemnation of some atrocities etc...

      Thanks for the compliment, I am not the social media generation though..lol. These young people seem to get up in arms with a bit of judgmentalism and type casting. You must live in an interesting neighborhood where your balcony provides you with such entertainment. I don't have any bathaks and foxes in my neighborhood or grocery stores.

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      I wonder what they think of you...

      Syrians: Ahh the creep is sitting on the balcony again, let's walk faster.

      Pakistanis: Deikho, dubara muje check out ker raha hai.
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      *sorry I thought thread would be funny at most.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
      *sorry I thought thread would be funny at most.
      have you ever seen an angry Bathak?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
      Often when I am reading some thing in my balcony I see people walking.. going about their lives.
      Our town is proud host of many Syrian refugee families.

      I see those wives going with their husbands or with kids or by themselves for groceries and stuff.
      Always quick always focused.. always lady like .. remind me of red foxes going about their business during night.

      Then we have our pakistani women. They come out of their house as they are doing this world a favor.
      Walking slow looking here and there every two steps .. usually fat , with kids or husband. Seems like their very aware of their graciousness they bestowed upon their families by being their. Reminds me of Batakhs (ducks )
      So, u go to the balcony n books reading k bahane mohalley ki 'foxes' n 'batakhs' ko dekhte hain?
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      Bro, you read or do aladeen there ?
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