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This is the most common comment anyone from Pakistan will hear the first time they have a conversation with a foreigner.
People are astonished that anyone from Pakistan, let alone a woman, can speak, read, and write in fluent English.
My first language is English, but I have Pakistani friends whose English is so well spoken that they make my musings sound like the workings of an epileptic monkey at a typewriter.
Even I ended up guilty of this one when I went to Pakistan on a trip last year, after a six-year gap.
Cue all of my cousins constantly uploading selfies on Facebook and updating their Twitter accounts like there’s no tomorrow.Couples who are getting married should be forced to have a DNA test first to ensure they are not cousins amid growing concern about incest within Pakistani communities, Britain's first Asian peer has claimed.Baroness Flather, a former Tory who now sits as a cross-bencher, said in the House of Lords that it is "absolutely appalling" that first cousin marriages in Pakistani communities are leading to "so much disability among children".When you come from a crackpot nuclear nation and hot-bed of terrorism, you get asked this more often than you’d realize. We have a huge homegrown terrorism problem in Pakistan, that’s true, but Taliban heads don’t go on whistle-stop tours of the country like some sort of jihad-loving Mick Jagger. I used to live in an actual house made of bricks and cement.A lot of people in Pakistan do, and if you happen to know the upper-middle classes, their houses are absolutely palatial.
In fact, a lot of people moving from Pakistan to the UK take one look at that country’s row upon row of cramped, badly lit, cookie-cutter houses and wail, “How can these poor people live like this! Pakistani girls do wear these at weddings and parties, but for their decorative value rather than any association with chakras or the sacred third eye. Because trying to get a visa from the Pakistani embassy is such a Kafkaesque nightmare that even I left the building screaming, “I’m not doing this again!