wat your point of view, dATING DIFFERENT RACES OF YOUR OWN?

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Post by Des » Mon, 21 Apr 2008 11:25 pm

familyof5 wrote:can you feel the love yet Des?
or do you just hear an echo?
I had felt the LoVe twice but I lost It aGain...I too yelled for My Happiness, any assist? :(

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Post by Des » Tue, 22 Apr 2008 12:02 am

kaseyma wrote:
Des wrote:Can you gif opinions on hafing relationship with different race of your own... after that how you gonna face thru after dating for quite some tyme thinking of getting Married?
Hmmm.
Can't imagine why she's "not in any airline yet"?


Anyway, regarding the original question, with love, tolerance, respect and the will to make things work, differences can be overcome. In fact, differences can be a strength. Been married well over 27 years now.

Works for different religions, too.
Had a Catholic colleague that married a Malay woman.
Of course he had to "convert" for the marriage.
They're happy after many years.
why she's "not in any airline yet"... Any recommandation from U... 8-)
Btw Thanks for ur replies like it...

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Post by familyof5 » Tue, 22 Apr 2008 1:42 pm

Des, i think most of the posters want to tell you two things:

1. your level of english is shit
2. they pride themselves on showing others tolerance and respect.

:lol:

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Re: wat your point of view, dATING DIFFERENT RACES OF YOUR O

Post by Saint » Tue, 22 Apr 2008 4:06 pm

Des wrote:
Saint wrote:
Des wrote:hi everyone... :)

Can you gif opinions on hafing relationship with different race of your own... after that how you gonna face thru after dating for quite some tyme thinking of getting Married? :wink:
Been there, done it, got the t-shirt and Marriage Certificate.
btw, you might want to use a spell check before posting :wink:
Wow, Cool... haha not that don want to use spelling check or typo error... well the words are use in some ppl now adays
My 4 year old niece has a better command of the English language than you have

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Post by ScoobyDoes » Tue, 22 Apr 2008 4:08 pm

familyof5 wrote:Des, i think most of the posters want to tell you two things:

1. your level of english is shit
2. they pride themselves on showing others tolerance and respect.

:lol:

Was your point "irony" by chance? Going on just those two points, one cancels the other ;)

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Post by familyof5 » Tue, 22 Apr 2008 4:26 pm

sharp as a tack scooby.

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Post by Des » Wed, 23 Apr 2008 10:00 am

Saint wrote:
Des wrote:
Saint wrote: Been there, done it, got the t-shirt and Marriage Certificate.
btw, you might want to use a spell check before posting :wink:
Wow, Cool... haha not that don want to use spelling check or typo error... well the words are use in some ppl now adays
My 4 year old niece has a better command of the English language than you have


Well bascially even if my english sux, at least I know myself this far that I neva looked down and arrogant on others...
:wink:

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Post by Des » Wed, 23 Apr 2008 10:05 am

why she's "not in any airline yet"... Any recommandation from U... 8-)
Btw Thanks for ur replies like it...[/quote]

Yap Got but 3 messages only dude, Yes I do like it! Thanks so much well good advice lor... :wink:

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Post by kaseyma » Wed, 23 Apr 2008 10:05 pm

You're welcome.
:)

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Post by __mill » Mon, 12 May 2008 12:35 pm

kaseyma says:

Anyway, regarding the original question, with love, tolerance, respect and the will to make things work, differences can be overcome. In fact, differences can be a strength. Been married well over 27 years now.

Works for different religions, too.
Had a Catholic colleague that married a Malay woman.
Of course he had to "convert" for the marriage.
They're happy after many years

it's good to know things really can work out between different religion.
so in Singapore, in order to marry a malay girl, one have to convert? guess it's pretty much the same as in Malaysia. since u have a good example up there. i was wondering, when your colleague convert, does the family member ok with it? (for both side of course)
been thinking about this alot lately. will the family approve? how about the practices, childrens etc .

thanks :)

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Post by cutiebutie » Mon, 12 May 2008 4:23 pm

It is not about where you marry a Muslim, it is religion specific.

If you marry a Muslim you need to convert.
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Post by QRM » Mon, 12 May 2008 5:39 pm

cutiebutie wrote:It is not about where you marry a Muslim, it is religion specific.

If you marry a Muslim you need to convert.
I know if you want the marriage to be recognized in a Muslim country you have to convert which includes circumcision, if not already done, but what happens if you marry a Muslim say in the UK, via a civil service do you have to convert? I don’t think the question of what religion are you even cropped up when we got married.

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Post by Plavt » Mon, 12 May 2008 6:35 pm

QRM wrote: but what happens if you marry a Muslim say in the UK, via a civil service do you have to convert?
As far as I know Muslims don't marry via a civil service. However, I do know the UK doesn't recognize Muslim weddings, Muslims must first register, no quite sure what happens afterwards.

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Post by cutiebutie » Mon, 12 May 2008 6:36 pm

The question of marrying someone from a different race doesn't include religion.
Muslims, Christians, Animists, Jews, Buddhists etc... can all be the same race.

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Post by Flutterby87 » Thu, 15 May 2008 3:22 pm

Difference race? As long as there's mutual attraction, why not? :) Most of my friends are in relationships with people of different races.

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