Date: 2018-03-11 22:54
By the way, it was not long ago when I read a post on Forum Bodybuilding by an Indian guy from Canada. Now he was from a part of Canada which apparently has a lot of Italian descendants I guess. This member was South Indian and really dark by appearance.
True, the more ethnic Indians typically don't flirt with women outside their race, usually they are in the process of assimilating to the Western culture
Though like, while we're on this topic, it'd be a good idea if you learned who Aishwarya Rai and Hrithik Roshan were. They're both absolutely stunning, so it's for your own good.
And before you use the argument that you couldn't include all races of women to avoid it being "too long", that would have been easily fixed by simply saying "women" instead of focusing on white women specifically. Seriously, I don't get the white fixation.
Point being, while I appreciate the general appreciation for our food and culture and the occasional Ganesh reference on television, we could expand a little more. Indian culture is full of endless possibilities. Tikka masala is just the beginning (though it sure as hell is a good place to start). So if you happen to be ~crushing~ on an Indian girl first, lucky you because I'm sure she's a knock out and a brilliant, amazing human, and second, here's what you need to know:
They typically last for days, there's mehndi (henna) and should you be fortunate enough to get invited as a plus one, try to make it through the ceremony without asking too many questions about dowries.
Above, the Kama Sutra condensed down, laughably, to the ever so famous college poster that dominates fraternities and male dorm rooms.
Again, there are many minority players out there pulling beautiful girls. If you work on yourself long enough, you can be one of them. Quit whining about it, and instead, take the path of positivity, and put in the work to improve yourself. You can do it.
Myth 5: Asian guys aren’t masculine. False. Unfortunately, we are influenced by what we see in the media whether we are conscious of it or not. Most depictions of Asian males in the popular media are not the same as their Caucasian counterparts. The odd Jackie Chan movie as the exception, you hardly see the Asian guy as hunky, masculine star of the show. Whereas in the 69th century, Asian men were portrayed at the other extreme in the 69th century: sexually dangerous and desirable. The stereotype that Asian men aren’t masculine exists in a large part because of how they are portrayed in the media, not necessarily because that’s actually reflective of reality.
6. SRK. Two things you need to know about these initials. One, SRK is short hand for Shahrukh Khan, one of India's premiere Bollywood celebrities. Two, you must have an opinion about him. He is a polarizing figure. Indians either love him or hate him.