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03-04-2016, 11:15 AM #16
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(03-03-2016, 03:44 PM)PRYANKA Wrote:  in my village I am used like a servant to the rich landowners and I have to do what ever they ask me
on Tuesdays we collect all the soiled clothes in a huge basket us women carry on tot of our head
we use and old cloth like a table cloth and we roll it up and around to make like a cushion crown upon which we rest the basket full of clothes
on our right hand we carry a bucked full of ash we collect from the fire place
on the river torrent with clean water we have a washing stone so we wash all the clothes by hand with soap cakes we make ourselves
after we finish the washing we put all the clean washing back in the basket
in the ash bucket we slowly mix the ash with clean water until it becomes like a grey paste, soft and smooth
then we pour this ash paste from the bucket onto the top of the clothes in the basket and leave it in the sun to dry up
then on wednesday morning we go back and we wash and rinse the ash soaked clothes back in the torrent
the ash at first looks like it has made the clothes very dirty but after we wash again in clean running torrent then the clothes become white like pure Himalayan snow
and we put to dry on top of raspberry bushes for best ventilation

then on Thursday we iron with a hot iron we lift the lid and we fill inside the iron with burning coal for making it hot and take away the creases

the rich people do not do anything and they boss us around

I have seen on TV like in many modern countries the women do not wash on the torrent stone but they just push one button and that's all they need to do and they have a special machine who does everything full automatic

woahhhh!!!!!!!!!!!

also in my tribal village we have about 900 people in all and we most work for the same feudal land baron who owns all the land in the prefecture province
the baron is old man but we still have the custom that when one of us girls in the village gets married, after we have the wedding feast, in the evening when it gets dark the husband has to take his young bride to the baron for the first night and then he teaches the bride lovemaking tricks based on the kama sutra and then the husband will have to go and collect the wife at 5 o'clock in the next morning from the rear entrance of the palace
03-04-2016, 04:03 PM #17
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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I visited this museum and it was amazing.

03-04-2016, 04:12 PM #18
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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(03-04-2016, 11:15 AM)PRYANKA Wrote:  
(03-03-2016, 03:44 PM)PRYANKA Wrote:  in my village I am used like a servant to the rich landowners and I have to do what ever they ask me
on Tuesdays we collect all the soiled clothes in a huge basket us women carry on tot of our head
we use and old cloth like a table cloth and we roll it up and around to make like a cushion crown upon which we rest the basket full of clothes
on our right hand we carry a bucked full of ash we collect from the fire place
on the river torrent with clean water we have a washing stone so we wash all the clothes by hand with soap cakes we make ourselves
after we finish the washing we put all the clean washing back in the basket
in the ash bucket we slowly mix the ash with clean water until it becomes like a grey paste, soft and smooth
then we pour this ash paste from the bucket onto the top of the clothes in the basket and leave it in the sun to dry up
then on wednesday morning we go back and we wash and rinse the ash soaked clothes back in the torrent
the ash at first looks like it has made the clothes very dirty but after we wash again in clean running torrent then the clothes become white like pure Himalayan snow
and we put to dry on top of raspberry bushes for best ventilation

then on Thursday we iron with a hot iron we lift the lid and we fill inside the iron with burning coal for making it hot and take away the creases

the rich people do not do anything and they boss us around

I have seen on TV like in many modern countries the women do not wash on the torrent stone but they just push one button and that's all they need to do and they have a special machine who does everything full automatic

woahhhh!!!!!!!!!!!

also in my tribal village we have about 900 people in all and we most work for the same feudal land baron who owns all the land in the prefecture province
the baron is old man but we still have the custom that when one of us girls in the village gets married, after we have the wedding feast, in the evening when it gets dark the husband has to take his young bride to the baron for the first night and then he teaches the bride lovemaking tricks based on the kama sutra and then the husband will have to go and collect the wife at 5 o'clock in the next morning from the rear entrance of the palace

spock.gif Interesting.

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03-05-2016, 06:24 AM #19
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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well
that just opened the door for this thread to turn from
a Tribal Topic to a Women's rights bullshit rant .

Back to Bacon , Boobs and Beer until we get it across
to people that their private agendas on Ism's can go burn in hell

sexism
Racism

Fat Pig on a Spit-ism

ƒück off with the Ism shït
03-05-2016, 06:36 AM #20
White Ribbon call me
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(03-03-2016, 03:44 PM)PRYANKA Wrote:  in my village I am used like a servant to the rich landowners and I have to do what ever they ask me
on Tuesdays we collect all the soiled clothes in a huge basket us women carry on tot of our head
we use and old cloth like a table cloth and we roll it up and around to make like a cushion crown upon which we rest the basket full of clothes
on our right hand we carry a bucked full of ash we collect from the fire place
on the river torrent with clean water we have a washing stone so we wash all the clothes by hand with soap cakes we make ourselves
after we finish the washing we put all the clean washing back in the basket
in the ash bucket we slowly mix the ash with clean water until it becomes like a grey paste, soft and smooth
then we pour this ash paste from the bucket onto the top of the clothes in the basket and leave it in the sun to dry up
then on wednesday morning we go back and we wash and rinse the ash soaked clothes back in the torrent
the ash at first looks like it has made the clothes very dirty but after we wash again in clean running torrent then the clothes become white like pure Himalayan snow
and we put to dry on top of raspberry bushes for best ventilation

then on Thursday we iron with a hot iron we lift the lid and we fill inside the iron with burning coal for making it hot and take away the creases

the rich people do not do anything and they boss us around

I have seen on TV like in many modern countries the women do not wash on the torrent stone but they just push one button and that's all they need to do and they have a special machine who does everything full automatic

woahhhh!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes, back to the kitchen, make us some bacon. You can give us all ßj's too..

Lazy bitch..

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PRYANKA Show this Post
03-05-2016, 10:20 AM #21
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I am not sure what Country you are from?
I am always intrigued when i read on the internet posts that are created by citizens of rich Countries.
it seams to me that they are not very much interested at all in the cultures that people have from poorer Countries.
I wonder why God gave honey crunch biscuits to humans who have no teeth?
03-05-2016, 02:08 PM #22
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(03-05-2016, 10:20 AM)PRYANKA Wrote:  I wonder why God gave honey crunch biscuits to humans who have no teeth?

rofl.gif It's a mystery shrouded in enigma.

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pRYANKA Show this Post
03-05-2016, 03:09 PM #23
pRYANKA Incognito Anonymous
 
(03-05-2016, 02:08 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  
(03-05-2016, 10:20 AM)PRYANKA Wrote:  I wonder why God gave honey crunch biscuits to humans who have no teeth?

rofl.gif It's a mystery shrouded in enigma.

more like a puzzle inside a rebus?
03-05-2016, 03:34 PM #24
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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chuckle.gif 4 real, something along those lines.

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03-05-2016, 06:41 PM #25
Screaming Yellow Zonkers Member
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Does this count?



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03-05-2016, 08:00 PM #26
Ninelives I bite !!!
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Look Up
03-06-2016, 12:30 AM #27
White Ribbon call me
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(03-05-2016, 10:20 AM)PRYANKA Wrote:  I am not sure what Country you are from?
I am always intrigued when i read on the internet posts that are created by citizens of rich Countries.
it seams to me that they are not very much interested at all in the cultures that people have from poorer Countries.
I wonder why God gave honey crunch biscuits to humans who have no teeth?

I have travelled by canoe, two days, to get to a computer to write this in perfect English. My tribe is in danger. If everyone gave ten dollars, paid to my bank account (PayPal works well) I would be able to free our tribal princess, who is held prisoner.. Please, call me pinkeye, my tribal name..



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03-06-2016, 12:48 AM #28
Coolchick Member
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Just Plain Nuts.
PRYANKA Show this Post
03-06-2016, 03:45 PM #29
PRYANKA Incognito Anonymous
 
(03-06-2016, 12:30 AM)the white ribbon Wrote:  
(03-05-2016, 10:20 AM)PRYANKA Wrote:  I am not sure what Country you are from?
I am always intrigued when i read on the internet posts that are created by citizens of rich Countries.
it seams to me that they are not very much interested at all in the cultures that people have from poorer Countries.
I wonder why God gave honey crunch biscuits to humans who have no teeth?

I have travelled by canoe, two days, to get to a computer to write this in perfect English. My tribe is in danger. If everyone gave ten dollars, paid to my bank account (PayPal works well) I would be able to free our tribal princess, who is held prisoner.. Please, call me pinkeye, my tribal name..



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our second cousin Aanand works at the call center and he has been trained in English, with American , Canadian and Australian accent.
he comes home to our village every Monday night and he practices his english on us and he has taught us the foreign language
each one of us girls have been trained by Aanand to speak speak at him with different accent and he has taught me to speak in Australian.
I can fluently say things like : She be right mate, or G'day mate, or streuth mate,
or bonza sheila mate.
03-06-2016, 04:20 PM #30
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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dunno.gif I have no idea what bonza sheila means.
WR and Ocker have to explain things to me sometimes chuckle.gif

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