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Ban the use of terms like ďbrothersĒ and ďsistersĒ in the marriage section

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  • #16
    Hmm.¬*

    Fratello and Sorella sound better.¬*


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    • #17
      Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post
      I think the terms should be used on the forum
      otherwise people become too comfortable and relaxed
      No they donít. If they do, it is due to another reason. Calling a brother a brother could in fact convince the sister that the brother is her brother, and thus the sister becomes so much at ease with the brother that the sister forgets heís a brother, brother.

      I understand your point brother but honestly I donít think you are able to prove it.¬*
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
        Hmm.¬*

        Fratello and Sorella sound better.¬*


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        No, because when brothers and sisters wish to speak in plurals, theyíll end up saying fratellos and sorellas like they do with Arabic, and I do not want them ruining it for me. English speakers truly are the worst - they have no respect for their own language, so what can we expect from them concerning foreign languages?¬*

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Morose View Post
          It is just very strange to read. I realise, you mean brother/sister in faith, but even so, let us not.¬*

          Save it for WhatsApp, brother. Save it for WhatsApp.
          Akhi if you don't want to use those terms then fine but don't ask for a ban. There are brothers and sisters who prefer to use those terms and there really is no harm.

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          • #20
            Its respectful.

            Although in the context of marriage it may weird some people out.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Morose View Post

              No they donít. If they do, it is due to another reason. Calling a brother a brother could in fact convince the sister that the brother is her brother, and thus the sister becomes so much at ease with the brother that the sister forgets heís a brother, brother.

              I understand your point brother but honestly I donít think you are able to prove it.¬*
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              Highly unlikely what your saying

              I cant proove what i say but it happens

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Morose View Post

                No, because when brothers and sisters wish to speak in plurals, theyíll end up saying fratellos and sorellas like they do with Arabic, and I do not want them ruining it for me. English speakers truly are the worst - they have no respect for their own language, so what can we expect from them concerning foreign languages?¬*
                Tu sei un grande troll, fratello.¬*

                Mi dispiace.¬*

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                • #23
                  I dislike the term aswell especially when its used in the context '' I really like the Bruvvaaa, but my parents won't let me marry the Bruvvaaa'' okay sister

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