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OK ladies, no pushing and shoving! Hey you, the hijabi at the back, I saw that, no kicking! You will all get a turn to converse with the spectacular person that I am.
So, I'm a good, honest, caring person. I don't pray as much as I should, however I am working on that. I'm easy going and nothing really upsets me, as I believe that whatever happens in life is meant to happen. I don't really care too much about materialistic things as I don't believe life is about chasing after this dunya. I'm not into the whole celebrity culture thing and I don't really listen to music. I may sound like the most boring person in the world based on what I'm writing here, but trust me, that is definitely not the case, lol. Or maybe it is? No. No it is not. No. Just no.
To save everyone time and disappointment, I work at Sainsburys Local as a Store Supervisor. Yeah, it's not the most respected job in the eyes of society or shall we say, the entire Asian community (shout out to all the aunties out there), but it is what it is. So apparently that means that we will be homeless, living on the streets, and eating out of dust bins. On the plus side, I hear that the bins outside of Spice Village in Southall have great leftovers. If eating chicken tikka masala and aloo gobi out of bin bags appeals to you, feel free to message me, or you could go see a psychiatrist. Both are good choices.
Once upon a time I was married in Pakistan in 2013. Shortly after, my ex-wifes mother passed away, and for that reason she decided that she no longer wanted to move to England. The marriage lasted approximately 3 weeks.
At the minute, I live with my mother and father, however I do have my own house, which is currently occupied by some Polish people, but that's another story:) My plan is to move out into my own house after the shaadi, Insha'Allah (Oh and the Polish people wont be there, just to make that clear lol). Unless of course, you really do like Polish people in which case we can live around them. On a side note to say hello in Polish, it's "cześć". You never know when that may come in handy.
I don't take myself too seriously and yeah, I do joke around a bit, but when it's time to knuckle down and be serious I can do that.
In my spare time I like going to the gym, rollerblading, and spending time with my family.
I guess I should end this section on a serious note, so here goes. I will love, care, respect, and support you.
I'm looking for a woman who cares about her deen. She doesn't have to be perfect, but as long as her intentions are good and she is striving for the akhirah, then that is good enough for me. I would like for us to encourage each other to perfect our deen together and get closer to Allah (SWT).
A good sense of humour is pretty important to me but not essential. If however you do not have a sense of humour, it's OK because you can share mine :)
I would like someone who is close to her family and would respect my family too (as I would respect hers). It would be nice for our families to get on with each other to some degree, but they don't have to be best buddies. Speaking of which, I would like someone who would not only be my wife but would also be my best friend. I would want someone who would feel so comfortable in my company that she would feel free to tell me absolutely anything.
I would like someone with good character and a kind heart, 'cos that's what I have. Hmmm..... I guess I am looking for a female version of me.
So yeah, thanks for reading :) I wish you all the best of luck in your search!
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