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 Topic: Egyptian Men

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  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #30 - March 24, 2011, 04:54 PM

    i'm wholeheartedly against it. In fact, I'm so against mixed marriages that I refused to even consider marrying a Saudi girl from a big-shot family, because her mother is an American (even though she converted to Isalm ages ago).


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbUtL_0vAJk
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #31 - March 24, 2011, 06:41 PM

    PB you seem like a really nice girl. You will find some guy out that who is nice and who will love you for who you are. As for the Egyptian guy I suggested just be friends with him.

    Yeah, he seems like a nice guy, but I rather just be friends with him until I know him a lot better. Besides, I have my eye on my one professor (who is American).

    Is your grammar defective? Just askin'.


    "The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi

  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #32 - March 24, 2011, 06:51 PM

    On your professor? I hope he is not a boring old man.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #33 - March 24, 2011, 07:07 PM



    'nuff said.

    clear the table and have MIXED BABIES EVERYONE


    ....debunker, you may watch.  grin12

    "If intelligence is feminine... I would want that mine would, in a resolute movement, come to resemble an impious woman."
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #34 - March 24, 2011, 07:21 PM

    On your professor? I hope he is not a boring old man.


    Nah, he's 29 with blonde hair, blue eyes and piercings! He's hot!

    Is your grammar defective? Just askin'.


    "The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi

  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #35 - March 24, 2011, 07:28 PM

    I always offer people money. I guess it's the Italian in me. I'm kind hearted like that. My two ex boyfriends hung me out to dry... I finally recovered my bank account after a year and a half.


    it's also an Arab thing, but i don't go around offering money- anymore! Gotta think how the offer is being perceived as well...many scenarios can branch out under that if you don't know the person very well or if the person doesn't understand where your coming from which i think is understood in this case since your randomly offering money. I would have thought you'd learned a lesson from your past two boyfriends.

    i'm wholeheartedly against it. In fact, I'm so against mixed marriages that I refused to even consider marrying a Saudi girl from a big-shot family, because her mother is an American (even though she converted to Isalm ages ago).


    Interesting. This position is in avoidance to what in particular?

    "Tomorrow is the today you were worried about yesterday" Unknown
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #36 - March 24, 2011, 07:29 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plfd85QGmW8

    Fake friends flatter you. Their compliments are made up. Nasty enemies criticize you harshly. They pick on you unnecessarily. Neither of them help you improve yourself. The best critic is honest and knows you exactly and the best person you can choose to follow is someone closest to you.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #37 - March 24, 2011, 07:29 PM

    This thread has now become relevant and meaningful to me.

    Fake friends flatter you. Their compliments are made up. Nasty enemies criticize you harshly. They pick on you unnecessarily. Neither of them help you improve yourself. The best critic is honest and knows you exactly and the best person you can choose to follow is someone closest to you.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #38 - March 24, 2011, 07:30 PM



    Blocked. I assume it's porn  grin12


    EDIT: Effin cool! i can watch blocked sites through the forum!
    I clicked the link earlier.

    "Tomorrow is the today you were worried about yesterday" Unknown
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #39 - March 24, 2011, 07:34 PM

    lol no. Its Miss Universe Egypt wearing swimsuit.

    Fake friends flatter you. Their compliments are made up. Nasty enemies criticize you harshly. They pick on you unnecessarily. Neither of them help you improve yourself. The best critic is honest and knows you exactly and the best person you can choose to follow is someone closest to you.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #40 - March 24, 2011, 07:46 PM

    Quote
    Interesting. This position is in avoidance to what in particular?


    trouble, all kinds of it. marry your own kind, if you don't want any additional stress besides the fact of being married.

    A googolplex is *precisely* as far from infinity as is the number 1.--Carl Sagan
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #41 - March 24, 2011, 07:48 PM

    Nah, he's 29 with blonde hair, blue eyes and piercings! He's hot!


    He sounds hot. Good luck.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #42 - March 24, 2011, 07:54 PM

    trouble, all kinds of it. marry your own kind, if you don't want any additional stress besides the fact of being married.


    Interreligious marriages are  a pain in the neck, especially ones between a Muslim and a nonmuslim.

    In marriages between a nonmuslim and Muslim two three things could happen:

    1. The wife could end up like my friend mentioned in a previous post.

    2.Meddling from parents to get the wife to convert.

    3.Which religion the children will be brought up in.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #43 - March 24, 2011, 07:55 PM

    Thanks Queen Isabelle. After the semester is over, I'm making my move.

    Is your grammar defective? Just askin'.


    "The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi

  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #44 - March 24, 2011, 08:01 PM

    edit: was trying to make an important point but rather not.

    Fake friends flatter you. Their compliments are made up. Nasty enemies criticize you harshly. They pick on you unnecessarily. Neither of them help you improve yourself. The best critic is honest and knows you exactly and the best person you can choose to follow is someone closest to you.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #45 - March 24, 2011, 08:03 PM

    Interreligious marriages are  a pain in the neck, especially ones between a Muslim and a nonmuslim.

    In marriages between a nonmuslim and Muslim two three things could happen:

    1. The wife could end up like my friend mentioned in a previous post.

    2.Meddling from parents to get the wife to convert.

    3.Which religion the children will be brought up in.


    Interreligious marriages are  a pain in the neck, especially ones between a freethinker  and a Xtian.

    In marriages between a freethinker and a Xtian two three things could happen:

    1. The wife could end up like someone in some other horror stories friend mentioned in previous posts.

    2.Meddling from parents to get the irreligious to convert.

    3.Which religion (or lack thereof) the children will be brought up in.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #46 - March 24, 2011, 08:04 PM

    does this guy look like Paul Newman or what?


    Fake friends flatter you. Their compliments are made up. Nasty enemies criticize you harshly. They pick on you unnecessarily. Neither of them help you improve yourself. The best critic is honest and knows you exactly and the best person you can choose to follow is someone closest to you.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #47 - March 24, 2011, 08:06 PM

    edit: was trying to make an important point but rather not.


    actaully you made a great point.

    besides, in my opinion, blonds are not even particularly attractive... there's something artificial/cold about blue eyes/blond hair.

    A googolplex is *precisely* as far from infinity as is the number 1.--Carl Sagan
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #48 - March 24, 2011, 08:09 PM

    Yes, he looks like Paul Newman.

    I'm alo Irish, so most of my Irish family members have the blond/hair blue eyes. I so love being Irish-Italian American. ::sarcasm::

    Is your grammar defective? Just askin'.


    "The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi

  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #49 - March 24, 2011, 08:30 PM

    actaully you made a great point.

    besides, in my opinion, blonds are not even particularly attractive... there's something artificial/cold about blue eyes/blond hair.


    I differ. Sometimes I wish I had light hair.

    The shinyness of it makes the hairstrands visible. You look like you took effort to make your hair appear styled even if its just parted at the side. ^ look at the above pic to get what I mean.

    Fake friends flatter you. Their compliments are made up. Nasty enemies criticize you harshly. They pick on you unnecessarily. Neither of them help you improve yourself. The best critic is honest and knows you exactly and the best person you can choose to follow is someone closest to you.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #50 - March 24, 2011, 08:48 PM

    Interreligious marriages are  a pain in the neck, especially ones between a freethinker  and a Xtian.

    In marriages between a freethinker and a Xtian two three things could happen:

    1. The wife could end up like someone in some other horror stories friend mentioned in previous posts.

    2.Meddling from parents to get the irreligious to convert.

    3.Which religion (or lack thereof) the children will be brought up in.



    except all that would just be less intense in such a union, and perhaps not present in some xtian+irreligious unions at all

    "If intelligence is feminine... I would want that mine would, in a resolute movement, come to resemble an impious woman."
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #51 - March 24, 2011, 09:12 PM

    trouble, all kinds of it. marry your own kind, if you don't want any additional stress besides the fact of being married.

    I  understand where you're coming from .Although hoping you don't work for the ministry of Interior.




    "Tomorrow is the today you were worried about yesterday" Unknown
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #52 - March 24, 2011, 09:25 PM

    Yeah, I wish I had blond hair.

    Is your grammar defective? Just askin'.


    "The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi

  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #53 - March 24, 2011, 09:29 PM

    I  understand where you're coming from .Although hoping you don't work for the ministry of Interior.


    don't worry, i'm no secret police, and even if i were, i wouldn't be interested in spying on Saudi apostates, and even assuming your religion (or lack of it) is an important issue for the ministry of interior, I won't be here to hunt down Saudi apostates... there are at least a couple of sites where Saudi apostates frequent in droves.

    Don't flatter yourself mufa9a.

    A googolplex is *precisely* as far from infinity as is the number 1.--Carl Sagan
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #54 - March 24, 2011, 09:36 PM

    except all that would just be less intense in such a union, and perhaps not present in some xtian+irreligious unions at all

    Depends. I know Catholics who married atheists and they converted the atheist. Actually, my mom is an atheist, always has been, but made the sacraments to marry my dad. God, I wish we didn't appease my grandma and I didn't have to make my sacraments.

    Is your grammar defective? Just askin'.


    "The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi

  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #55 - March 24, 2011, 09:37 PM

    don't worry, i'm no secret police, and even if i were, i wouldn't be interested in spying on Saudi apostates, and even assuming your religion (or lack of it) is an important issue for the ministry of interior, I won't be here to hunt down Saudi apostates... there are at least a couple of sites where Saudi apostates frequent in droves.

    Don't flatter yourself mufa9a.


    She was joking you hammerhead. Jesus DB did girls/women flirt with you in school/workplace/uni just to run home crying cause you insulted them back instead. Not saying that mufa9a was flirting with you - perhaps she was but you're engaged to QI and it's not in your character to cheat.
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #56 - March 25, 2011, 11:42 AM

    don't worry, i'm no secret police, and even if i were, i wouldn't be interested in spying on Saudi apostates, and even assuming your religion (or lack of it) is an important issue for the ministry of interior, I won't be here to hunt down Saudi apostates... there are at least a couple of sites where Saudi apostates frequent in droves.

    Don't flatter yourself mufa9a.



    I was referring to the Ministry of Interior's position to approve of Saudi to non Saudi Marriages.

    But yeah, i was totally flattering myself there , too .

    "Tomorrow is the today you were worried about yesterday" Unknown
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #57 - March 25, 2011, 12:20 PM

    Quote
    I was referring to the Ministry of Interior's position to approve of Saudi to non Saudi Marriages.

    oh i thought you were referring to the comment i made about why i wouldn't marry a Saudi girl, whose mother is non-Saudi.

    ^ to curious readers, the ministry of interior doesn't forbid Saudi men from marrying Saudi women (regardless of their background).

    Quote
    But yeah, i was totally flattering myself there , too.

    so my response was appropriate and well-deserved. Although to be honest, your reference to the ministry of interior still makes no sense (given the context of your comment).

    A googolplex is *precisely* as far from infinity as is the number 1.--Carl Sagan
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #58 - March 25, 2011, 12:57 PM

    Maybe i should have gone something like this :
    i'm wholeheartedly against it. In fact, I'm so against mixed marriages that I refused to even consider marrying a Saudi girl from a big-shot family, because her mother is an American (even though she converted to Isalm ages ago).


    trouble, all kinds of it. marry your own kind, if you don't want any additional stress besides the fact of being married.


    make sense now ?

    I didn't address you not wanting to marry a Saudi American. I hold a Similar approach when not wanting to marry a 100 % Saudi . Totally personal reasons based on experience which is not conclusive. But i'm not against 50% Saudis marrying 100% Saudis.

    Quote
    so my response was appropriate and well-deserved.


    Actually , no . i was being my witty self. Did you miss it ?

    "Tomorrow is the today you were worried about yesterday" Unknown
  • Re: Egyptian Men
     Reply #59 - March 25, 2011, 12:58 PM

    She was joking you hammerhead. Jesus DB did girls/women flirt with you in school/workplace/uni just to run home crying cause you insulted them back instead. Not saying that mufa9a was flirting with you - perhaps she was but you're engaged to QI and it's not in your character to cheat.


     Kiss   there's flirting for ya  cool2

    "Tomorrow is the today you were worried about yesterday" Unknown
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