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Old 09-27-2005, 01:36 PM   #61
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I just have to say +1 on the food. I have never had Indian food that I didn't like!

And I have tried a lot of different varieties, though I couldn't repeat most of the names of the food that I ate, not even for a million bucks...
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Old 09-27-2005, 02:35 PM   #62
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I just have to say +1 on the food. I have never had Indian food that I didn't like!

And I have tried a lot of different varieties, though I couldn't repeat most of the names of the food that I ate, not even for a million bucks...
my buddy at work came in the other day saying "i love bangin bertha". initially i was surprised but after a couple minutes i figured it out
baingan bartha (brinjal aka egglplant mix)
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Old 09-27-2005, 03:31 PM   #63
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I just have to say +1 on the food. I have never had Indian food that I didn't like!

And I have tried a lot of different varieties, though I couldn't repeat most of the names of the food that I ate, not even for a million bucks...

Never been to an indian resturant. There's one right by my new place that I want to check out but I have no idea what to order.
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Old 09-27-2005, 03:39 PM   #64
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>> I just have to say +1 on the food. I have never had Indian food that I didn't like!

I've only been to one. It was excellent. And only $6 per person, buffet style. I was worried about ordering, but that turned out not to be a concern at all!
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Old 09-27-2005, 03:55 PM   #65
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Ooo to order.. Tandoori Chicken, with nann, rajma chole.... SOOO GOOD!!!! Butter Chicken... those are my fav!
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Old 09-27-2005, 04:11 PM   #66
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Tandoori Chicken is a must my man with Nann(pita bread basically).
But make sure you get the garlic nann! Oh and you HAVE to get samosas for appetizer!
Your nuts if you don't and oh make sure you get some chutney!!! Sweet or mint kind, I like both at the same time!
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Old 09-27-2005, 04:19 PM   #67
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I'm talking to this *sexy* (please note the emphasis on sexy) Indian girl who works in the building across the parking lot named Neera. That HAS to count for something.
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Old 09-27-2005, 05:20 PM   #68
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I'm talking to this *sexy* (please note the emphasis on sexy) Indian girl who works in the building across the parking lot named Neera. That HAS to count for something.
PlAyA PlAyA... you gotta tell us if you hit it!!1
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:31 PM   #69
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Damn, y'all are making me hungry!
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:55 PM   #70
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eh persian language is called farsi now. Some people in india speak farsi.. Mostly ex-iranians (or ex-persians) who follow the religoun known as Parsi....Or Zorastrianism if it is outside of the USA. For those of you who think that sounds familiar... in Dr. Evils monolouge in Ausin powers...he had "shorn ********* from a zorastrian named velma"..

But yeah...my gf is parsi but only her grand arents speek farsi. I my self am punjabi.

If you havn't tried indian food...head over to any North Indian (SPECIFICALLY!) restaurant and order "Makhani Murgh" or "Tandoori Murgh"...basically butter chicken or tandoori chicken... and dont forget teh naan to dip it in! Naan is wheat bread cooked in a clay oven, upside down..its crazy good.... hmmmm
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Old 09-27-2005, 08:19 PM   #71
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Desis represent! Indian food is the best IMO.

Plumpzz is dead on about the persian thing. I'm a parsi myself (don't know many others)...don't really consider myself iranian but I am of persian origin. Can't count the # of people that get the words parsi and farsi confused. Proud to be desi though.

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Old 09-27-2005, 08:23 PM   #72
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Indian food is INCREDIBLE. I mooch off my buddy at work all the time when his wife packs him a lunch. I love that stuff.
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Old 09-27-2005, 08:48 PM   #73
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The red dot on the forehead...what does that mean?

Back to my question...what does it mean?
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Back to my question...what does it mean?
It is used to remind us where our foreheads are located.




No seriously though, it has a multiple meanings depending on who you ask. Traditionally it is a sign that a women is married, though it is worn by just about everyone. Some women opt to wear other "ornaments" in place of the red dot. For example, a fashion statement would be something like what Madonna wears:
http://www.celebrity-exchange.com/ce...22/madonna.jpg

You may see some men with red ASH on there forehead, this is not to be mistaken with the above explanation. This is generally what they recieve after there prayers (i.e. either the priest or themselves will apply the ash on there forehead).
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mmmmmm chicken makni (spl)
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No seriously though, it has a multiple meanings depending on who you ask. Traditionally it is a sign that a women is married, though it is worn by just about everyone. Some women opt to wear other "ornaments" in place of the red dot. For example, a fashion statement would be something like what Madonna wears:
http://www.celebrity-exchange.com/ce...22/madonna.jpg

You may see some men with red ASH on there forehead, this is not to be mistaken with the above explanation. This is generally what they recieve after there prayers (i.e. either the priest or themselves will apply the ash on there forehead).
Thanks for the info.
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Never been to an indian resturant. There's one right by my new place that I want to check out but I have no idea what to order.
If it's a good restaurant, you can't go wrong. Seriously.

Even if you don't think you like eggplant and chickpeas or something, all the spices and flavors may just prove you wrong.
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Old 09-28-2005, 01:13 PM   #78
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HYDRO UP IN THIS MUTHAF**aZ !!! raised in the middle east 18 years!
bouncer at one of the clubs in chicago,
currently DECIDING on whether to get a Z or a STI.

heart is settled on the Z... thats another thread i started but yea, ya'l punjabis drink like fish man!!! eeeeez UP on the scotch, makes my job harder when you go crazy after 2am...LOL.

peace !
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Old 09-28-2005, 01:24 PM   #79
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I was at this place off of Fairfax in L.A. about 3 weeks ago and noticed this very good looking Indian crowd. I was tempted to approach one of the girls there but her 'companions' would have probably not appreciated that much. Are Indian girls open to dating people from different races or do they usually just stick to Indian guys?
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Old 09-28-2005, 01:31 PM   #80
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heres a word of advice:
a LOT BUT NOT ALL Indian girls are so retarded. One thing I learned while hanging out with Indian girls is that every Indian girl thinks they are so hot, when they arenít.....They act so stuck up even the busted ones .I am saying all ae stuck up (w probably are) but whatever. Im speaking from experience from all the girls that come TO the club I WORK AT, THINK IM SOME ARAB and talk hindi/urdu with their friends thinking i dont understand them! ANYWAYZ:

There are different types of indians

Guys:
1. The FOB.1 - has a mustache, wears high waters, doesn't shower or comb his hair
2. The FOB.2 - Recent immigrant, has an accent, but is a pretty cool guy
3. The FOB.3 - Tryís to act hard, Pretends to be a gangster, and call himself "White"
4. Indian not born in India.1 - Knows the culture, language and has all Indian friends; Hates everyone that isn't Indian and hates Fobs.
5. Indian not born in India.2 - (faker)-Pretends not to know the culture, language and refuses being Indian. Dates a non-Indian to look cool. Makes a point to tell people he is an ABCD.
6. Indian not born in India.3 - Doesn't care what people think, doesn't consider themselves Indian or non-Indian, doesn't show off, really could careless about anything. (Very rare)

Girls:
1. The FOB.1 - Long black hair, doesn't cares about anything but studying and getting married
2. The FOB.2 - Studies a lot, has only Indian friends, scared of non-Indians, flirts with all the FOB guys.
3. Indian not born in Indian.1 - Can't cook, clean or do anything for themselves to save their own life. Very Stuck up. Thinks their the **** (really hot) even when their not. Wants a rich husband. Has only Indian friends.
4. Indian not born in India.2 - Dates outside her race, stuck up, doesn't care about family, thinks Indian are dirty and hates them.

As you can see normal Indian girls are very rare. Then again this is only my experience with most indians that ive met here and in the middle east, maybe Iím wrong.

what category do you all fall in?

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