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  • Creamcake
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post
    aynina Creamcake

    What top qualities will go for in a man?

    Hey sorry my notifcs dissapear cos my account is a bit messed up, but if you are comfortable doing so, you can pm me about what you last quoted me about. Ofcourse no pressure.

    For me 4 things matter - Religion first and foremost, this life is temporary. I want a man that will help me to get to paradise Inshaa'Allaah and whose eyes are on the hereafter, InshaAllaah. Someone that loves Allaah before anything in this world

    Then good character(if he is religious he should have this anyway but someone kind/caring etc).

    Also a personality where we can connect - someone i can trust with everything, talk to about anything, laugh with a lot, be my weird self around lol, someone that can open upto me aswell that is comfortable around me, and is serious when needed and jokey aswell. A good husband, friend and father. Active father, down to earth, romantic etc.

    Mutual attraction too.

    I have that list lol but I also hope oneday I am able to be a good wife and mother InshaaAllaah. I know marriage and being a parent is not easy. And I hope to be a much better Muslim and person before I marry inshaaAllaah.

    What about you sis?

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  • Flawed
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    aynina Creamcake

    What top qualities will go for in a man?


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  • detached soul
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    Hi detached soul, you probably haven't realised but this is the sisters only anon section 🙂

    Thought I'd let you know
    Oh no! I didn't realise!

    I'm out of here.

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  • Flawed
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    Ben and Jerry's ice-cream support Palestine yay.


    BTW, farmfood sell them for 2 quid, whearas the popular supermarkets sell them for 4 quid.
    Last edited by Flawed; 22-07-21, 01:00 PM.

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  • Flawed
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    Originally posted by aelmo View Post

    It depends. I really like oils but I know some people don't. They take longer to dry and they are more opaque and you can add texture with them so that's why I like them.

    Acrylics dry very fast so I don't really like them but other then that they are pretty easy to work with. They lack everything I like about oil paints.

    I feel like you would like the look of watercolors but I don't really find them easy to use. Only because they are so transparent that if you make a mistake it will be difficult to cover up so you need to be certain of every stroke you make and its all best to start of very transparent and build up instead of having it very dark from the beginning.

    Sketching is also good. I find it easy I guess but I don't do it very often.

    You should get into it again! It's very therapeutic in a way.
    Just brought a sketching set. I'm going to get started on it now and if they come out right I'll show them.

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  • nudgetheputri1
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    Originally posted by ten_toes View Post
    Saddens me a little cuz I go everywhere alone and dont let anyone know where I've gone so they can check I'm safe cuz there's no one to do that with
    Do you have sisters? Or your mother to accompany you?

    Is Westfield some popular place in UK? If I were you, I would keep a distance and an eye out, there might be some creepos looking at you from afar

    I don't have any sisters to chaperone me sometimes when I want to go outside - but if I do go to places like malls or neighbourhoods I don't know, I keep an eye out and make sure I walk to places knowing where to go, who to meet and what to expect.


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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by detached soul View Post

    Carry one of hhem personal alarms just in case
    Hi detached soul, you probably haven't realised but this is the sisters only anon section 🙂

    Thought I'd let you know

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by ten_toes View Post

    I bought the Harry Potter colouring book today. I can colour for hours.
    It's nice and relaxing

    Peaceful

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  • Ya'sin
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    Proper hilarious mate
    Got one of those Random recommendations on yt
    It was a comedy sketch of an Asian dad looking for a pen -whilst on the phone and telling his son off even though the pen is right in front of him

    It was just funny and sort of relatable

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  • detached soul
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    Originally posted by ten_toes View Post

    Alhamdulillah I got home without bumping into this creature again. Thanks for asking. When I told my mum she was more interested in his race than the fact that her daughter was potentially unsafe or that it was a horrid experience. No empathy.
    Carry one of hhem personal alarms just in case

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  • ten_toes
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
    My sister got me an adult colouring book, it's a geometry one and I can't wait to get started but haven't had time.
    I bought the Harry Potter colouring book today. I can colour for hours.

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  • ten_toes
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post

    Thats bloody creepy. Are you ok?
    Alhamdulillah I got home without bumping into this creature again. Thanks for asking. When I told my mum she was more interested in his race than the fact that her daughter was potentially unsafe or that it was a horrid experience. No empathy.

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  • Ya'sin
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    My sister got me an adult colouring book, it's a geometry one and I can't wait to get started but haven't had time.

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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post

    Aelmo, what would your recommend doing first.. Sketching, oil painting, water painting or acrylics?

    I remember getting an A* for art in high school i used to love drawing and painting. Then life happened...want new skills in art but idk where to start now.
    It depends. I really like oils but I know some people don't. They take longer to dry and they are more opaque and you can add texture with them so that's why I like them.

    Acrylics dry very fast so I don't really like them but other then that they are pretty easy to work with. They lack everything I like about oil paints.

    I feel like you would like the look of watercolors but I don't really find them easy to use. Only because they are so transparent that if you make a mistake it will be difficult to cover up so you need to be certain of every stroke you make and its all best to start of very transparent and build up instead of having it very dark from the beginning.

    Sketching is also good. I find it easy I guess but I don't do it very often.

    You should get into it again! It's very therapeutic in a way.

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  • Flawed
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    Yeh I checked their ones, all see through

    What's the point if I have to wear layers underneath

    I actually wear cotton vests all year round lol
    Lol. Oh no. Im looking for those other vests with a decent necklines but idk i think ill have to shop at budda shop to get one or oxfarm. :|

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