Sunday, February 05, 2017

Not Sunday Selections Single X rated

The Mysterious Orient conjures up many images. For me the Mysterious Subcontinent, India, is where Sikh men live.  While Indian underneath, they do have characteristics of often being tall and hawkish. Their turbans hide their hair, and truthfully, if their turban was removed, they would be probably be as balding as the next man.

For the unlearned kiddies and stupid old people, they are not Moslems.

I swooned a couple of  years ago when a new Sikh chappie arrived at my workplace. He is very handsome, not too slim, not too big. He wears a different coloured turban every day. I wonder if that is significant? Maybe it is like the variety of coloured underwear I wear, dictated by bought packs of five I buy. Sadly, I can't tell you the colour of his underwear and I don't know if turbans come in five packs.

He quickly integrated into the workplace and its social activities. As is my wont, I looked him up on Facebook. Hmm, a member of his local volunteer Victorian State Emergency Service and while he lives in an outer suburb, it is an expensive north eastern area, not normally an area chosen by those from the sub continent.

You know what is the best thing about him is, he is really nice and friendly guy and I am not the only gay in our workplace village who fancies him. A gay workmate, who I don't really know but has a Japanese partner, seems to always to be always hanging around the Sikh bloke, chatting away.

But who wants to have fun with a nice guy? Well, just not in my mind. I want a bad ass Sikh dude.









Sir Singh, may I suck your nipples?

NB, there is always a danger of adding me to your blogroll because at times posts like this will turn up where I will exhibit memories of actually having sex

31 comments:

  1. Oh that's funny, about like me, just memories. Some grand looking men there, you display. I approve. We have many Sikh in Oregon.

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    1. Strayer, I suppose I shouldn't be surprised but I am little about there being Sikhs in Oregon. Here they seem to specialise in driving jobs

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    2. Funny you should say that, the ones I run into most are truck drivers.

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    3. Bus drivers here in Adelaide, one in particular is very nice looking and an excellent driver too.

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    4. Straya, yes here too. Do they have a natural driving ability?

      River, yes we have a few who are public transport drivers too.

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  2. Andrew handsome guys so sorry I am married and live so far

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    1. Gosia, no Sikhs in Poland then.

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  3. Are you the Facebook stalker at your workplace?

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    1. Not really Victor. I do look up some people at work on FB, just perhaps to know more about them and what they look like out of work context. That can be pleasing or disappointing. I don't follow anyone at work on FB, and nor do they follow me.

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  4. Hey! I'm not a stupid old person! I know the difference between a Sikh and a Muslim!!

    I even know the difference between "Muslim" and "Moslem"!

    I often wonder if those turbans stink! Do they ever get laundered? I guess that's a stupid old person's question! :)

    Have yourself a good week, Andrew! :)

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    1. Lee, in my blog back in about 2006 there was discussion about Moslem and Muslim, and for the life of me, I forget I can't remember the difference. As I said, the bloke at work wears a different colour every day, so I expect generally they are only worn for one day before being washed.

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    2. http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/524

      The above site should clear it up for you, Andrew.

      Although, in it, it think it's a bit hypocritical when it says - Quote: "A Muslim in Arabic means"one who gives himself to God," I think "Allah" should be the word used...just my opinion...and tuppence worth.

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    3. Thanks Lee. I think I tend to write Moslem and I don't like, remembering George Bush Junior, the Muslim pronunciation, with the u sound rather than the oo sound. Isn't God the equivalent of Allah for Moslems? The sentence is in English, so I would opt for using the word God.

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  5. The "five packs" you mentioned should be five ks: Kesh (uncut hair), Kangha (wooden hair brush), Kara (metal bracelet), Kachera (type of undergarment) and Kirpan (dagger).

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    1. Hels, I don't really know what you were referring to, but I understand what you are saying. Should I ask workplace Mr Singh about his Kachera?

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  6. Ah, the yearnings for what one cannot have. Why is it the baddies are always the hotties while good guys are often mediocre? Is it just perception on our part? Is it the little thrill of danger that has us wishing? and it isn't just you gay men, we all have those moments of near lust.

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    1. Well, never underestimate River! It is something I have given a lot of thought to but never really come to a satisfactory conclusion. It is dangerous to write about, I think. Maybe it is just simple pure lust.

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  7. I believe that they are not allowed to ever cut their hair and I think Youtube has video on how to fold the turban and it is complicated.

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    1. That is so Jah Teh. Most are practical about it and trim their beards. I'd rather watch a YT vid about how to fold a fitted sheet.

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  8. My part of Victoria had 19thC Sikh hawkers. One is buried in Hamilton cemetery, and recently a play was written and performed in Merino about another one of them.

    oh yes 'dark bad boys'. Robert Downey, Russell Brand and all of these guys.
    Kylie needs to stop picking them though. hers have ended badly just once too often. we are all looking for a lovely Australian for her, the same age as she is so we can match them up and she can get old happily.

    Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair ... it must be quite erotic when Mr Sikh gets down to it, is all.

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    1. That's interesting, Annie. It took me a while but I did finally get the attraction of bad boy Brand. Calling them boys and not men tells something in itself.

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  9. you are a funny man Andrew..often wondered about their turban whether they changed it every day...now i know.

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    1. Margaret, I really wondered if this post would get any comments at all. Seems it worked well enough. I've come across some Hindus with bad BO, but never a Sikh and I do think they change their headscarf often, probably daily.....maybe every second day in winter, like my workshirts.

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  10. You sound like a sad old p.......but I know you are not. You should see the hunk of a teenager, who lives across the road from me. I wish I was 60 years younger.

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    1. Perve or poof, Diane? Both. You may know the expression, which I think is an English one, 'a cat can look at a queen'. Don't tell me more about across the road. You won't have that view at Shady Pines.

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  11. I worked with a sikh chap who wore different coloured turbans when i asked him if there was any significence in that he merely said " i like the colours"

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    1. John, then I expect that question is answered.

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  12. Here I am laughing at 12.40 am once again Andrew, merci beaucoup πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ did you say nipples .😊

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    1. Grace, nipples are the entree, the starter.

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  13. Many moons ago I used to work with a very sexy Sikh. You've just prompted my rusty brainbox. Sigh.

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    1. Fen, the one at work is very hot.

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