Paki girl affair dating

After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. The one I dated a while back was a Europeanized Indian woman coming from a Nordic country.

I haven't dated any for significant periods, but the ones I've gone out with were intelligent and articulate..of like the white and hispanic women I've dated. Needless to say she was gorgeous, and from what I've seen the ones who are 2nd and 3rd generatio immigrants are just the same as other Caucasian women.

I once brought a box of Dunkin Donuts to a house of a Brahman family only to be told they don't eat them because they're made from eggs. She was born in Pakistan, but moved here in her early teens, so she was fairly Americanized. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that this may have been a cultural thing, since every woman in her family was married ASAP and was a housewife.

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She was sitting down on one of my sofas munching on snacks when her husband arrived, then as soon as she saw her husband, she stood up from her seat to give it to her husband. All my Indian friends couldn't help but stare at that gesture which turned into a discussion when the couple left. To the OP: if you're interested in dating an Indian woman, find out if she's a devout Brahman or not. " Every single little thing, she needed someone to hold her hand all the way through it.

The men couldn't believe that her husband actually took the seat without second thought as opposed to insisting the wife keeps her seat. Nothing against Brahmans, but you may have to adjust your eating habit drastically if you're dating a Brahman as they're very, very, strict vegan. Even with job and school applications; she knew how to do it, it was just a combination of laziness and what seemed to be a raised-in fear of doing things on her own or thinking for herself.

Even his cousin in Calcutta who has never stepped foot in America. I also like Indian men because they're very gentlemenly and chivalrous, well at least the Indian men in my circle are like that One experience that's still fresh in my mind was when I had a house party a few years ago: I invited my Indian friends and my new neighbor who's a Pakistani woman.

I also find Indian women to be more - how should I put it? The Pakistani woman came to my house first, then her husband followed a bit later (it's just across the road, so very informal).

The men couldn't believe that her husband actually took the seat without second thought as opposed to insisting the wife keeps her seat. That sounds pretty similar to what I saw and experienced.

The woman I was with was Muslim, but her family follows Aga Khan, who's a descendent of Mohammed but is very Westernized - he lives in exile in Paris, and his daughter married the (white, Christian) son of the mayor of Dallas (incidentally, 3/4 of her family lives in Dallas).

Whenever we were out, she would always follow slightly behind me - maybe two feet or so - and if I'd slow down to let her catch up, she'd slow too...

same thing happened with all four Vietnamese girls I've been with.

That is how much I loved him, but still, it wasn't enough. He told me his parents would be ok with me, but he didn't do anything to let that happen.

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