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dodo chand tash ham be man bede :D

 

A: oh .. same as me dodo! I have like 20 .. baghiash nemidonam kojaan ..

 

Q: whats ur fav song RIGHT now!?

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sheytoonak sure thing bebe.

 

 

fave song.

 

at the moment im in looooooooooove. with the song "sabzi fourosh" by the khak band. ahhhhhhhhhhh. what a nice song.

 

 

 

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Guest maheshabe14

k i have a q

 

 

when is the contest over and when can i change my avatar??????i need to change it....its become an addiction :lol::unsure:

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lol @ mah .. contest never end B) so u cant change it :p muaah hahahah

 

A: my fav song 4 now: omid - Baran

 

Q: what time did u wake up this morning?

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Guest maheshabe14

chocolaaattttttttttttttttt( with a french accent :D )

 

has it snowed there yet?

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A: not one bit

 

Q: have u ever met a gay persian guy?

Met quite a few of them within the persian Artists! ;)

 

Q. When talking of God, do you refer to God as "He" or "She"? and why?

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Guest BehnoushY

Hmm...I usually day HE but since the conversation is in Farsi for most of the times, it doesn't really matter which one. The reason is I guess because it is refered to God as HE in Qoran...(when we were forced to read it in Iran)

 

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I normally say he/she/it/nature to please everyone, especially if im having a heated debate with atheist/ agnostic friends of mine to keep everyone happy… and it’s not only in Quran Behi jan, even in Bible, as far as im aware god is referred to as a “he”… it’s pretty unfortunate and it’s a sign of patriarchy to refer to God as a he, [depending on the grammar & if they differentiate b/w gender] but I guess it’s only for conventional purposes, so at the end of the day, since God is gender-neutral, it’s all good, so whatever… he/she/it/nature…

 

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Well for the records, I have always Used "He" don't know why!!!! maybe it's just because I have never heard a single person referring to God as "She" :ph34r:

 

Q. As many other Iranians, do you call some of your parent's close friends "Amoo/Daei/Khaale/Amme or whatever?

 

I never do that, and I think it's so dehaatee and Ommol to do that! Just my opinion B)

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Keano, Is there anything that you don’t think is dahatii and omol, cause you tend to think everything is dahatii and ommol? Get over yourself! :p

And it’s ironic that I should say that…im normally too khejalati to refer to family friends as khaleh etc, I even have a hard time calling my own ameh, amoo, etc ameh, amo, cause Ive never been close to them, and i have a formal relationship with them, but I don’t think it’s omol or dahati, I think it’s a sign of closeness and khodemoni…so go ppl who call their family friends khaleh, etc..

 

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Keano, Is there anything that you don’t think is dahatii and omol, cause you tend to think everything is dahatii and ommol? Get over yourself! :p

To answer your question, I refer you to my previous post:

 

I never do that, and I think it's so dehaatee and Ommol to do that! Just my opinion

 

Thus, it was only my personal opinion, and sure that's not a fact, and I may be wrong.

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