Dating a pakistani women

01-Jun-2020 07:22

If you think Indian women are doormats, well, you haven't met my sister in law.

She'll put the fear of God to anyone who thinks she's a pushover Honestly though, I'm married to an Anglo-Indian man.

While she's never worn a hijab and restrictions are much more lax in her denomination, there are still some pretty big male/female gaps.

Her brothers all got to the US on amnesty visas due to a feud with another family that had gotten a few male cousins killed and a female cousin raped, and her parents spent years helping her brothers get acclimated as well as the proper credentials (they're a reasonably wealthy family by Pakistani standards).

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.

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She was very reserved and modest in public, but as soon as you were alone at home or a hotel, she was nuts. It ultimately fizzled because, well, we just didn't have enough in common.

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.

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.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.She was very reserved and modest in public, but as soon as you were alone at home or a hotel, she was nuts. It ultimately fizzled because, well, we just didn't have enough in common.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.That's a term for an Indian with mix European blood.