Discussion in 'General' started by Boqor, Mar 11, 2018.
I have to agree walale
Good for them, if it's empowering but I fail to agree. But such a waste of time. Instead of these girls taking selfies with their half hijabs and 10 layers of makeup and men with the latest trainers or whatever. We have become so shallow. It's comes off as insecure. If you're truly proud of your root, I don't think you'd be doing this. The time wasted on this could be used to start a new hobby, read a new book, learn a new language, learn somali dhaqan celis kids and your deen if you're lacking in that area. What's so useful about taking selfies whilst singing foul lyrics and worshipping celebs.
I rarely meet well composed and articulate Somalis that are dressed in normal not so flashy clothes. We have become so shallow and materialistic.
Don't fall for it! If I put on make-up and a hijab, I'd be looking peng too!
I never do when scouting it is of paramount importance to see what the future bride looks like without hijab (hair and face) before marriage. Let that be rule number one in the Somali Gentleman's code.
Very shallow indeed even when I was in Hargeisa you Will see dhaalinyaro that are wearing dress shoes After a few steps taking out a tissue to wipe their shoes
You Will see HUGE mansions and outside the house is full of garbage and crap and rocks
And people are soo lazy to Walk to town when it takes 40 min instead they want to ride the bus or car
you'd be looking like this sxb
HOLY SHIT! THAT IS ONE AESTHETIC SOMALI!
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Do Somalis even have a culture of you know getting with women?
more like sluts from somaliland kkkk
Pure vanity, nothing more, nothing less.
Are Somali girls attention starved? This isn't an attempt at throwing insults. It's a genuine question.
But this is a very important question!
Maybe absent fathers
Or the mother being preoccupied with Faraxs more
Who needs a 'bae' when you have instant gratification from a Like or a Heart? However, excess dopamine can kill. No one wants to be a dead rat in a cage.
Of course lol, not all goes without saying.
Yes, family issues often manifests itself in many negative ways. Like seeking to derive self worth from online attention and validation. It's sad really, but understandable.
This hashtag turned into a competition between #FinePeopleFromSouthAfrica and #FinePeopleFromSomalia and we won.
Its was in the local news https://www.timeslive.co.za/tshisa-...boity-discovered-her-long-lost-somalian-twin/
The good thing is that Somali twitter don't know that .
Here is a local celeb found her twin sister
I see what you did there
This trending hashtag is a bit too much. What is wrong with the Diaspora on Twitter, they always come up with bs like this.
How do we know you are not part of the team
I got better things to do waryaahe. Why tf should I convince YOU that I’m not part of that team.
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