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  #101  
Old March 30, 2013, 06:42 AM
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Shahbag proves you otherwise Blah
True. I might not agree with them, but at least they are doing something that they are passionate about. Can't say the same about a lot of Bangladeshi.
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Old March 31, 2013, 08:11 PM
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in between 2008-2010 I was in Dhaka for like 20 months ..... spending quality time with my Parents after many years .... lucky,eh!

what I missed most:
... wait ... can't think of anything ... looks like I'm immune to anything .... amar ek bondhu shob somoy ei kotha ta bolto .... ami naki "pani"r moto. jei patre rakha hoy sei patrer akar dharon kore feli ... LOL

Good Luck MoC bhai. I will miss your "highlights" .... seriously!
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Old March 31, 2013, 08:26 PM
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Personal space Bangali bujhe na. True.

Chicks in bikinis kotha theke ashbe? There are hijabis EVERYWHERE in Dhaka now. EVERYWHERE. Jeidikei takai, khali ninja ar ninja.
Yeah, the personal space and privacy I miss during my visits. That reminds me of something else I will miss: lack of BO.
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  #104  
Old March 31, 2013, 08:44 PM
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Hehe Toilet Paper...yes bhais I know Bodna has it's place/upokarita and TP has it's advantage too...in some of my family/friends and relatives toilets, their bodnas have futas! While using the bodna your shoes get completely wet and you come out of the toilet looking like a bafoon!!! I carry TP with me where ever I go!
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Old April 1, 2013, 01:35 PM
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What would I miss if I moved back?

High speed Internet.
High speed driving.
Great ethnic variety of food.
Transparent and working bureaucracy.
Tolerance.
All of these, along with people to talk hockey with, and tolerable traffic. Although, Toronto wasn't too great when I worked there either. 30 hour routes take 2 hours in rush hour there.

Waterloo travel times are the same all day - give or take 10 minutes. Will miss this.
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Old April 1, 2013, 05:49 PM
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More whingeing:

Dry toilets
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Old April 1, 2013, 06:36 PM
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bk da, jehetu al furqaan amar bhaigna, hoyto shebhabei Mo bhai amar attiyo hoye jaabe taile
Missed you in Dhaka couple weeks ago. Was on a spur of the moment trip that lasted all of 11 days to see Nanu. Had a little get together at your Bushra apa's and saw the rest of your family. Good times.

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Personal space Bangali bujhe na. True.

Chicks in bikinis kotha theke ashbe? There are hijabis EVERYWHERE in Dhaka now. EVERYWHERE. Jeidikei takai, khali ninja ar ninja.
Yeah...visited Dhaka after a 10 year gap and there are a lot more hijabis and niqabi/jilbabis around nowadays. My little cousin has recently taken up the Saudi style abaya as well, mashAllah.
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Old April 1, 2013, 10:31 PM
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[QUOTE=al Furqaan;1681902]Missed you in Dhaka couple weeks ago. Was on a spur of the moment trip that lasted all of 11 days to see Nanu. Had a little get together at your Bushra apa's and saw the rest of your family. Good times.

.....QUOTE]

YEs Al furqaan and Ammark , salaam to Bushra khalamma from us! BTW Al, you tell me this Bushra khalamma today is a hijabi?
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Old April 1, 2013, 10:33 PM
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All of these, along with people to talk hockey with, and tolerable traffic. Although, Toronto wasn't too great when I worked there either. 30 hour routes take 2 hours in rush hour there.

Waterloo travel times are the same all day - give or take 10 minutes. Will miss this.
Contrary to popular belief, Waterloo is a great city to live in, with or without kids.
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Old April 5, 2013, 04:48 PM
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Straight answers. Why can't they do that? They like to spin things.
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Old April 7, 2013, 12:16 AM
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Desher ja obosta amar family member ra amar dike chokh boro kore thakia ase. Ami shudu ek bar Bangladeshe jawar kotha bolbo aar ora amar upor japia porbe. E ek bishal oikko jute (jute liklam karon, ora amake dori dia bede rakhbe)

"Hefajot me please, hefajot me"

But I am just waiting for the right moment and its is not now. Few more days InshAllah.
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Old April 7, 2013, 12:36 AM
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Desher ja obosta amar family member ra amar dike chokh boro kore thakia ase. Ami shudu ek bar Bangladeshe jawar kotha bolbo aar ora amar upor japia porbe. E ek bishal oikko jute (jute liklam karon, ora amake dori dia bede rakhbe)

"Hefajot me please, hefajot me"

But I am just waiting for the right moment and its is not now. Few more days InshAllah.
Hahaa....amaro ekei obostha Moc bhai. Desher je obostha, tatey mukh futey bolteo pari na je deshe back korte chai
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Old April 12, 2013, 09:07 PM
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- Normal temperature water. Dafuq is up with the warm/hot water. Just because it's cold outside (little below 70 is not cold BTW) doesn't mean you have to drink grossly warm water. It came to me now because my mom just called and told me to drink "gorom pani" as a joke because I sounded a bit off.

- Eating the amount of food I want to eat, and not offend people by not overstuffing myself.
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Old April 12, 2013, 09:59 PM
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- Eating the amount of food I want to eat, and not offend people by not overstuffing myself.
And then having diarrhea and vomiting for a week because of the kabab. Sounds delightful.
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