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Sep 17, 2020 10:00 PM CST Apache
Any pure Apache bloodline woman from USA out there ?
Sep 17, 2020 10:10 PM CST Apache
Inthewoods
InthewoodsInthewoodsColorado Springs, Colorado USA6,937 Posts
Apache...


Sep 17, 2020 10:13 PM CST Apache
Inthewoods: Apache...
do Apache lives in the woods ?wave
Sep 17, 2020 10:23 PM CST Apache
ali110: Any pure Apache bloodline woman from USA out there ?
good evening, Ali. I’ve been wondering something, and, assuming you are being straight-forward, have a question for you. Are there no women in your neck of the woods ( near you) that would be suitable? ( gosh, that sounds do disenchanting regarding romance...). I don’t get it—you’re gainfully employed, articulate in having a natural light-handed command of patent communication, you’re NICE ( which is becoming rare) and, I’m going to print it—-absolutely gorgeous-a-licious drippingly HANDSOME. What’s the holdup, farmer boy?
Sep 17, 2020 10:43 PM CST Apache
Inthewoods
InthewoodsInthewoodsColorado Springs, Colorado USA6,937 Posts
ali110: do Apache lives in the woods ?
Yes they do, Apache's have always lived in the woods, some are close to me... cool ... laugh


... rolling on the floor laughing
Sep 17, 2020 11:00 PM CST Apache
Japanese Apaches. laugh

Sep 21, 2020 4:38 AM CST Apache
BUMP!!
Sep 21, 2020 5:13 AM CST Apache
rohaan: good evening, Ali. I’ve been wondering something, and, assuming you are being straight-forward, have a question for you. Are there no women in your neck of the woods ( near you) that would be suitable? ( gosh, that sounds do disenchanting regarding romance...). I don’t get it—you’re gainfully employed, articulate in having a natural light-handed command of patent communication, you’re NICE ( which is becoming rare) and, I’m going to print it—-absolutely gorgeous-a-licious drippingly HANDSOME. What’s the holdup, farmer boy?
Ali sounds too good to be true therefore most will probably tag him as a player or scammer. He'll have to rough himself up a bit, show some scruff and put up some photos showing your eyes.... I bet they're gorgeous!
If push comes to shove, there's Rohaan......wave
Sep 21, 2020 5:36 AM CST Apache
From Wikipedia:

Women in Pakistan make up 48.76% of the population according to the 2017 census of Pakistan. Women in Pakistan have played an important role throughout Pakistan's history and they are allowed to vote in elections since 1956. In Pakistan, women have held high offices including that of the Prime Minister, Speaker of the National Assembly, Leader of the Opposition, as well as federal ministers, judges, and serving commissioned posts in the armed forces. Major General Shahida Malik, attaining the highest military post for a woman.

The status of women in Pakistan differ considerably across classes, regions and the rural/urban divide due to the uneven socioeconomic development and the impact of tribal and feudal social formations on lives of women in Pakistan. Gender Concerns International reports that the overall women's rights in Pakistan has improved with increasing number of women are educated and literate.

However, women in Pakistan face discrimination as result of patriarchal society of Pakistan. Some of the problem faced by women in Pakistan are domestic violence, honour killing, rape and abduction, marital rape, forced marriages, and induced abortions. The Global Gender Gap Index report of 2020 ranked Pakistan 151 out of the total 153 countries. A survey carried out by Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) ranked Pakistan as sixth most dangerous country for women.
Sep 21, 2020 5:41 AM CST Apache
KarloradoFL: From Wikipedia:

Women in Pakistan make up 48.76% of the population according to the 2017 census of Pakistan. Women in Pakistan have played an important role throughout Pakistan's history and they are allowed to vote in elections since 1956. In Pakistan, women have held high offices including that of the Prime Minister, Speaker of the National Assembly, Leader of the Opposition, as well as federal ministers, judges, and serving commissioned posts in the armed forces. Major General Shahida Malik, attaining the highest military post for a woman.

The status of women in Pakistan differ considerably across classes, regions and the rural/urban divide due to the uneven socioeconomic development and the impact of tribal and feudal social formations on lives of women in Pakistan. Gender Concerns International reports that the overall women's rights in Pakistan has improved with increasing number of women are educated and literate.

However, women in Pakistan face discrimination as result of patriarchal society of Pakistan. Some of the problem faced by women in Pakistan are domestic violence, honour killing, rape and abduction, marital rape, forced marriages, and induced abortions. The Global Gender Gap Index report of 2020 ranked Pakistan 151 out of the total 153 countries. A survey carried out by Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) ranked Pakistan as sixth most dangerous country for women.
Sep 21, 2020 9:18 AM CST Apache
Taralyn: Ali sounds too good to be true therefore most will probably tag him as a player or scammer. He'll have to rough himself up a bit, show some scruff and put up some photos showing your eyes.... I bet they're gorgeous!
If push comes to shove, there's Rohaan......
im choosing to give him the benefit of the doubt, as I would wish others to do for me. Your impressions are valid, it’s a funny story, but we’re all different and this is international, so ways of life cover a wide spectrum. For example, I used to watch BBC comedies (Keeping Up Appearances, etc...) and Hyacinth would be on the phone. The audience was uproariously loud with laughter, almost to the point of hitting the floor. Try as I might, I just couldn’t understand what was so darn funny. Her conversation was mundane (Why yes, love, ‘e’s in the den, reading ‘is journal...” ) and the audience just in stitches. But there WAS something funny there...60 million Brits can’t be wrong...so, I don’t understand Ali altogether, but his life makes sense to him, and he’s not hurting me, or anyone else I know of, so, live and let live.handshake
Sep 21, 2020 9:45 AM CST Apache
rohaan: im choosing to give him the benefit of the doubt, as I would wish others to do for me. Your impressions are valid, it’s a funny story, but we’re all different and this is international, so ways of life cover a wide spectrum. For example, I used to watch BBC comedies (Keeping Up Appearances, etc...) and Hyacinth would be on the phone. The audience was uproariously loud with laughter, almost to the point of hitting the floor. Try as I might, I just couldn’t understand what was so darn funny. Her conversation was mundane (Why yes, love, ‘e’s in the den, reading ‘is journal...” ) and the audience just in stitches. But there WAS something funny there...60 million Brits can’t be wrong...so, I don’t understand Ali altogether, but his life makes sense to him, and he’s not hurting me, or anyone else I know of, so, live and let live.
So...... keeping up appearances ....

'She' puts on this 'façade' of phony poshness because she thinks she/they are 'so above' their fairly rough working class origins (reference her sister and hubby in their council estate neighbourhood) ...
What she describes as 'The den' to sound posh is probably just a corner of their 'over decorated' front room and what she calls 'his journal' to sound posh is probably the local tabloid... and of course 'the posh voice' she puts on to say all those mundane things like they're super important laugh laugh


Ali will just remain a mystery unless he opens up about his life
dunno
Sep 21, 2020 1:23 PM CST Apache
Selenite: So...... keeping up appearances ....

'She' puts on this 'façade' of phony poshness because she thinks she/they are 'so above' their fairly rough working class origins (reference her sister and hubby in their council estate neighbourhood) ...
What she describes as 'The den' to sound posh is probably just a corner of their 'over decorated' front room and what she calls 'his journal' to sound posh is probably the local tabloid... and of course 'the posh voice' she puts on to say all those mundane things like they're super important


Ali will just remain a mystery unless he opens up about his life
Good morning! Thanks for helping me understand British humor a little bit more ( after you put it down the way you did, it becomes clearer..) in the 1980s I had a really good friend from Morocco. I was learning French, and he of course was fluent, so it was simpatico. However, he never could grasp the meanings of “far out”, and “off the wall”, and, the term “rad” (which is my all-time personal favorite..). Try as I might, he never understood. ( he’d say, “so off wall mean weird? How is it mean THAT?”, and “how something wonderful mean far out? That no sense make”.(being vernacular; we were always working on my French and his English.!
Sep 21, 2020 1:36 PM CST Apache
rohaan: Good morning! Thanks for helping me understand British humor a little bit more ( after you put it down the way you did, it becomes clearer..) in the 1980s I had a really good friend from Morocco. I was learning French, and he of course was fluent, so it was simpatico. However, he never could grasp the meanings of “far out”, and “off the wall”, and, the term “rad” (which is my all-time personal favorite..). Try as I might, he never understood. ( he’d say, “so off wall mean weird? How is it mean THAT?”, and “how something wonderful mean far out? That no sense make”.(being vernacular; we were always working on my French and his English.!
laugh I love the expression "Far out"!! It's so expressive!

and … "off the wall" …

But much prefer "far out" yay

no idea what "rad" means unless it stems from the word "radical" and it means "couldn't be better stated" dunno

I love feeling/sensing words and expressions … it gives the languages their flavour smitten
Sep 21, 2020 9:55 PM CST Apache
Selenite: I love the expression "Far out"!! It's so expressive!

and … "off the wall" …

But much prefer "far out"

no idea what "rad" means unless it stems from the word "radical" and it means "couldn't be better stated"

I love feeling/sensing words and expressions … it gives the languages their flavour
you nailed “rad”. To me, it means over-the-top-wonderful. I believe the English (culture of Brits) is “brilliant!”
Sep 24, 2020 10:46 PM CST Apache
Inthewoods
InthewoodsInthewoodsColorado Springs, Colorado USA6,937 Posts
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Sep 25, 2020 9:58 AM CST Apache
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rohaan: im choosing to give him the benefit of the doubt, as I would wish others to do for me. Your impressions are valid, it’s a funny story, but we’re all different and this is international, so ways of life cover a wide spectrum. For example, I used to watch BBC comedies (Keeping Up Appearances, etc...) and Hyacinth would be on the phone. The audience was uproariously loud with laughter, almost to the point of hitting the floor. Try as I might, I just couldn’t understand what was so darn funny. Her conversation was mundane (Why yes, love, ‘e’s in the den, reading ‘is journal...” ) and the audience just in stitches. But there WAS something funny there...60 million Brits can’t be wrong...so, I don’t understand Ali altogether, but his life makes sense to him, and he’s not hurting me, or anyone else I know of, so, live and let live.


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