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New guy

Unread postPosted: 14 May 2022, 12:44
by Leon
Hey I'm Leonard. I go by he/him and is gay. Basically I'm a great fan of anime and books. Not that i have too much time on it but i do enjoy them. So I'm Indian and please don't stereotype us for our looks.

Im 21 and just finished college. I guess that's it haha

Re: New guy

Unread postPosted: 14 May 2022, 17:00
by colby100
Hey, Leon! Welcome to the forum. Congratulations on finishing college.

Re: New guy

Unread postPosted: 15 May 2022, 02:38
by Jzone
Welcome to the forum, Leon. I would not negatively stereotype Indians for their looks. There was a guy from India (Rajdeep) who joined my primary school class when I was 10, and he was hot. He only became hotter over the next few years, but we went to different schools after that.

I have a random question for you. I have an increasing number of Indian clients in my business. (I guess the economy is good there.) Almost every one of them uses the same phrase when I speak with them on the phone or in person. When I answer a question of theirs, they respond with "got it, got it." I am curious if this is because of some common movie or TV usage, or the way English is taught there. Do you have any idea?

Other than that, tell us more about yourself.

Re: New guy

Unread postPosted: 15 May 2022, 05:07
by Leon
colby100 wrote:Hey, Leon! Welcome to the forum. Congratulations on finishing college.


Aay thank uuu

Re: New guy

Unread postPosted: 15 May 2022, 05:19
by Leon
Jzone wrote:Welcome to the forum, Leon. I would not negatively stereotype Indians for their looks. There was a guy from India (Rajdeep) who joined my primary school class when I was 10, and he was hot. He only became hotter over the next few years, but we went to different schools after that.

I have a random question for you. I have an increasing number of Indian clients in my business. (I guess the economy is good there.) Almost every one of them uses the same phrase when I speak with them on the phone or in person. When I answer a question of theirs, they respond with "got it, got it." I am curious if this is because of some common movie or TV usage, or the way English is taught there. Do you have any idea?

Other than that, tell us more about yourself.


Probably because they think native English speakers use that. I usually don't use that coz i haven't started working lol.

Also your compliments are everything. And I'm a bit narcissistic so i take pictures of mine a lot. Thankuuuu

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