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SportingBD
January 4, 2018, 06:14 AM
What do you normally tweet?
Did any superstar/cricketers/famous people reply/like/rt your tweet?
Are you a frequent Twitter user?

You can post your twitter account link here. If members like it, they can follow you.

I normally tweet about Bangladesh Cricket. I have a dedicated BD fan account.
Phil Simmons/Joshua Cobb/Benny Howell and some other English players follow me.
Brendan McCullum liked one of my tweets/ in the past Pakistani players RT my tweets.

My twitter is: www.twitter.com/Bangla13c

Tell us about your twitter? If we (BC members) like we can follow.

DinRaat.
January 4, 2018, 06:43 AM
Da hell?

Next you will be asking for my social security number and bank details.

DinRaat.
January 4, 2018, 06:44 AM
In a more serious note, I tend to stay off social media.

Heck! I only recieved a phone when I was in Uni.

Roy_1
January 4, 2018, 06:49 AM
@Sporting, You seem to be pretty active on social media, I disagree with you on pretty much everything but do admire your passion for your team. :up:

Roy_1
January 4, 2018, 06:50 AM
Da hell?

Next you will be asking for my social security number and bank details.

Lmao that cracked me up :floor::floor:

SportingBD
January 4, 2018, 07:19 AM
Da hell?

Next you will be asking for my social security number and bank details.

I wouldn’t ask you for your social security number or bank details. Nope. Not You:lol:

SportingBD
January 4, 2018, 07:21 AM
@Sporting, You seem to be pretty active on social media, I disagree with you on pretty much everything but do admire your passion for your team. :up:

To be honest, I wasn’t that active before.
Just in the last 1-2 years became very active.

Disagreement is wonderful. I love it.
I wouldn’t be here at BC if everyone kept on agreeing on things.

Keep disagreeing with me.. eventually an agreement will come about :big_hug:

mufi_02
January 4, 2018, 09:01 AM
me too. I basically disagree with everything Shamim has to say. At odds with most cricket related things. but this guy has persistence and passion. I applaud that.

SportingBD
January 4, 2018, 09:28 AM
me too. I basically disagree with everything Shamim has to say. At odds with most cricket related things. but this guy has persistence and passion. I applaud that.

I can never agree with a sylheti hater! Even where there are terms for agreement.
Being disloyal/disrespectful to Sylhet/Sylhetis is a heinous crime.
A crime that deserves generation of punishment.

You and your children, and your grand children and so on shall never rule the kingdom of Sylhet. InShaAllah soon we will rule our beloved Bangladesh!

Sylhetis will make Bangladesh Great Again.

mufi_02
January 4, 2018, 09:41 AM
^ I haven't mentioned anything about sylhet but looks like you are stuck on that for some reason. I am not a hater. Sylethi people always shower me with so much love and affection. It is an honor to be their leader.

on topic, I don't have Twitter.

One World
January 4, 2018, 12:48 PM
My dad is from Habiganj but due to a mom from a different district and being born and brought up in Dhaka I do not possess any kind of accent in my Bangla dialect. Also, it keeps me free off any stereotypical idiosyncracies. Unfortunately, I experience a lot of direct hatred against Sylhetis among Bangladeshis from other districts of which I could not find any justifiable ground. What is the origin of such hate? Or is it mere jealousy shaped into self-aggrandization? Is this because Sylhet is the land of most pious men ever came to our country? Is it because it is the land of fuel, gas and natural resources? Or because Sylhetis are the first who democratically voted to select to stay with Bengal instead of Assam - paving the way for democracy in the region? Or just for tea or proudly serving as the largest supplier of foreign reserve since the inauguration of Bangladesh? I do not know but I believe as a Bangladeshi every single citizen is highly indebted to Sylhet and should consider it as a blessing that Sylhetis chose Bangladesh.

SportingBD
January 4, 2018, 01:10 PM
My dad is from Habiganj but due to a mom from a different district and being born and brought up in Dhaka I do not possess any kind of accent in my Bangla dialect. Also, it keeps me free off any stereotypical idiosyncracies. Unfortunately, I experience a lot of direct hatred against Shyletis among Bangladeshis from other districts of which I could not find any justifiable ground. What is the origin of such hate? Or is it mere jealousy shaped into self-aggrandization? Is this because Shylet is the land of most pious men ever came to our country? Is it because it is the land of fuel, gas and natural resources? Or because Shyletis are the first who democratically voted to select to stay with Bengal instead of Assam - paving the way for democracy in the region? Or just for tea or proudly serving as the largest supplier of foreign reserve since the inauguration of Bangladesh? I do not know but I beleive as a Bangladeshi every single citizen is highly indebted to Shylet and should consider it as a blessing that Shyletis chose Bangladesh.

Such a beautiful post. :up:

Do you have twitter? I would follow you.

R0ssei
January 4, 2018, 02:16 PM
My dad is from Habiganj but due to a mom from a different district and being born and brought up in Dhaka I do not possess any kind of accent in my Bangla dialect. Also, it keeps me free off any stereotypical idiosyncracies. Unfortunately, I experience a lot of direct hatred against Shyletis among Bangladeshis from other districts of which I could not find any justifiable ground. What is the origin of such hate? Or is it mere jealousy shaped into self-aggrandization? Is this because Shylet is the land of most pious men ever came to our country? Is it because it is the land of fuel, gas and natural resources? Or because Shyletis are the first who democratically voted to select to stay with Bengal instead of Assam - paving the way for democracy in the region? Or just for tea or proudly serving as the largest supplier of foreign reserve since the inauguration of Bangladesh? I do not know but I beleive as a Bangladeshi every single citizen is highly indebted to Shylet and should consider it as a blessing that Shyletis chose Bangladesh.

Wait a minute!
You claim to be free from stereotyping and yet sound like a typical Sylheti, especially in your last remark which in other words tell me to idolize Sylhetis that I can't agree with simply because I may have a special feeling for a place in BD but can't impose that on others.

During my teen life, I was told to be aware of BNCC club. I considered it as a fun-fact and Sylhet was never part of it. Coming from a 90% Bikrompuri greater family, I didn't have the chance to mix with many Sylhetis. But I don't have any hatred for either Sylhotis or any other BAN districts despite their public notoriety. Bangladesh is a very small country and I really hate to distinguish people living there at any level.

One of my dear friends (whom I met in Canada) is half-Sylheti and half-Bikrompuri. He was a blind fan of Sylhetis and used to hate everything about Bikrompuris. Inevitably, we used to argue a lot as we used to argue about almost everything. But that never had any impact on our friendship.

Coming back to the original topic, I have an almost inactive Twitter account which isn't worth of sharing it here.

roman
January 4, 2018, 02:19 PM
Yet another Sylhet thread

SportingBD
January 4, 2018, 02:22 PM
Yet another Sylhet thread

Hopefully it will stop soon.

Lets get back to the OP.

Do you have twitter? what do you tweet about the most?
Who do you follow?

Try to stick with the OP.

DinRaat.
January 5, 2018, 12:36 AM
I like Syhleti's, especially their weddings. The last time I went to a wedding during a family tour to London.

The groom arrived in a Lamborghini Aventador. Syhleti's know how to do something right!


I am afriad, thats all the input I can provide.

But the food was bad, so god knows if they know how to cook.

Roy_1
January 5, 2018, 01:55 AM
But the food was bad, so god knows if they know how to cook.

Ouch!! Headshot, wonder what SportingBD has to say on this 😂 😂

One World
January 5, 2018, 02:53 AM
Ouch!! Headshot, wonder what SportingBD has to say on this 😂 😂

I can answer this. Food can be bad at any traditional wedding regardless of the original residence of the cook/chef. See the big picture. Sylhetis are the best chefs BD could ever produce. They bring, stature, money, national reserve etc. I know some members will like to come over again and try to find the finite conjecture if any in this statement and try to create a mountain out of a molehill. But tell me first, who invented vindalu absence of which is now keeps every Pakistani/Indian/Bangladeshi restaurant menu incomplete?

Roy_1
January 5, 2018, 03:23 AM
I can answer this. Food can be bad at any traditional wedding regardless of the original residence of the cook/chef. See the big picture. Sylhetis are the best chefs BD could ever produce. They bring, stature, money, national reserve etc. I know some members will like to come over again and try to find the finite conjecture if any in this statement and try to create a mountain out of a molehill. But tell me first, who invented vindalu absence of which is now keeps every Pakistani/Indian/Bangladeshi restaurant menu incomplete?

Hey I was just messing around man, nothing serious. I mostly agree with what you said. BTW Vindaloo is a part of Goan Cuisine as far as I know. I love chicken Vindaloo with Roti or naan.

One World
January 5, 2018, 03:33 AM
Hey I was just messing around man, nothing serious. I mostly agree with what you said. BTW Vindaloo is a part of Goan Cuisine as far as I know. I love chicken Vindaloo with Roti or naan.

I know, that remark was not pointed at you. Vindalu was kind’a reinvented in British curry houses mostly operated by Sylheti cooks. Anyways, thanks and back to op.

adamnsu
January 5, 2018, 07:57 AM
I use twitter for customer service support mainly.

Sometimes when I am bored I would write some political statements.

I usually don’t use other features of twitter that much like retweet or like

Yankees
January 5, 2018, 09:17 PM
I can answer this. Food can be bad at any traditional wedding regardless of the original residence of the cook/chef. See the big picture. Sylhetis are the best chefs BD could ever produce. They bring, stature, money, national reserve etc. I know some members will like to come over again and try to find the finite conjecture if any in this statement and try to create a mountain out of a molehill. But tell me first, who invented vindalu absence of which is now keeps every Pakistani/Indian/Bangladeshi restaurant menu incomplete?

One World's post 1: I don't have any stereotypical idiosyncracies.
One World's post 2: sylhet is the best. All hail Sylhet, we have vindaloo.

:lol::lol::facepalm:

Btw, the vindaloo originated in Goa and is an old Portuguese recipe called vin alho (wine and garlic).

One World
January 5, 2018, 09:30 PM
ad hominem

One World
January 6, 2018, 11:07 AM
I feel sorry for this guy,

http://www.tehelka.com/2012/06/i-am-an-assamese-a-bengali-and-a-sylheti-what-exactly-am-i/

SportingBD
January 6, 2018, 11:12 AM
I feel sorry for this guy,

http://www.tehelka.com/2012/06/i-am-an-assamese-a-bengali-and-a-sylheti-what-exactly-am-i/

His name Anurag Rudra sounds very indian. Not a Sylheti type of name IMO.

After reading the article, I feel his 100% Indian.
Many Hindus escaped from Sylhet, unfortunately his family stayed behind (guessing from article). Now the writer seems to be confused of his real identity.