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  • Ban the use of terms like “brothers” and “sisters” in the marriage section

    It is just very strange to read. I realise, you mean brother/sister in faith, but even so, let us not.Â*

    Save it for WhatsApp, brother. Save it for WhatsApp.

  • Bayna3
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    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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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by Morose View Post

    No, because when brothers and sisters wish to speak in plurals, they’ll 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?Â*
    Tu sei un grande troll, fratello.Â*

    Mi dispiace.Â*

    -_-Â*




    Â*

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Originally posted by Morose View Post

    No they don’t. 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 he’s a brother, brother.

    I understand your point brother but honestly I don’t think you are able to prove it.Â*
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    Highly unlikely what your saying

    I cant proove what i say but it happens

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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Its respectful.

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

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  • Mintchocchip
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    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.Â*

    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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  • Morose
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
    Hmm.Â*

    Fratello and Sorella sound better.Â*


    Â*
    No, because when brothers and sisters wish to speak in plurals, they’ll 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?Â*

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  • Morose
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    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 don’t. 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 he’s a brother, brother.

    I understand your point brother but honestly I don’t think you are able to prove it.Â*
    Â*

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  • Indefinable
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    Hmm.Â*

    Fratello and Sorella sound better.Â*


    Â*

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    I think the terms should be used on the forum
    otherwise people become too comfortable and relaxed

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  • Layla_
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    It could be worse, it could be bro n sisÂ*

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  • Morose
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    Originally posted by Abu Abdur_Rahman View Post
    If you're considering a potential you don't want to be put in the "brother zone"

    Lol.
    Lol brother, you make a good point. If you like a sister and she thinks of you as a brother, the sister is unlikely to marry you.Â*

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  • Abu Abdur_Rahman
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    If you're considering a potential you don't want to be put in the "brother zone"

    Lol.

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  • notEVOLVED
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    Last edited by notEVOLVED; 10-06-19, 06:42 PM.

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  • Umm Uthmaan
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    Are you serious? I think it's respectful ..

    Btw it's also something we do in the somali culture..we say "walaal", and it means brother/sister..

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