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Hello and welcome to my profile.
I would like to notify you that this is not going to be your typical profile that you will see across this website.
There are things I need to mention before considering anyone as I am going to explain below in 3 sections, the purpose of this is to get a better understanding of my situation.
From a very young age I have been spoon fed my whole life by my parents, spoilt with love and money, I had no independence, I relied on my mum for everything, I had no ambition to do anything in life because I didn’t do well in school.
I witnessed arguments between my parents from a young age which scarred me deeply as this triggered a fear of ending up in a loveless marriage like them because it is true when they say ‘The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’.
In 2010, I was invited by Allah swt to perform Umrah with my mum which was an emotional experience for me.
I was never the type to go out and conversate with people in general because I lacked self-belief and confidence. I convinced myself that this was a blessing from Allah swt to reserve me for my future spouse.
In August 2013, exactly 12 days after my 25th birthday, my parents were involved in a road traffic accident which brought the death of mum and permanent disability of my dad. This event changed my life in many ways. When you lose a parent it either makes you or breaks you but my mum’s death destroyed my life completely.
I was never religious in the sense that I prayed 5 times a day but whenever Ramadhan arrived I felt eager to do as much as possible in this blessed month, it was a window of mercy for me but now my faith is not as strong as it used to be due to the trials I have faced.
I live with my dad and WILL stay with them while married, i cannot leave my dad on their own, I currently work full time at a distribution centre and have been doing so for the past 3 years.
Since the tragic event in 2013 I have taken full responsibility of my house where I have learnt to cook my own food, do all the shopping, wash all the clothes, maintain the house in general and feed billy aka my little black cat 😊
Acceptance has been the most difficult thing for me, but now things have changed and I’ve taken control, I’m on a good path with goals I’d like to achieve, they may be small in other people’s eyes but they are keeping me on track.
I am well mannered, respectful and honest to everyone I approach, be it family, friends or strangers.
Im not the type of person who loses his temper over big or small issues,
If i can sense an argument with anyone i will do everything in my power to avoid going down that route, i've learned to let things slide because life is so short.
I don’t consider myself to be attractive, I would say below average is more accurate but that’s just my opinion. I currently wear braces, if you find that unattractive…well I don’t blame you.
I don’t celebrate milaads/hathams, this is something my family never really did to be honest.
I’m not the biggest fan of Pakistani food, because it’s just a dish full of hot spices, I prefer Moroccan, Lebanese and Turkish dishes, they are more on the mild side.
I have 4 nephews and 1 niece within my immediate family whom I love dearly, I consider myself to be an expert when it comes to keeping children entertained, or rocking a baby to sleep.
I currently go to the gym on a regular basis to maintain my health. I love to eat out at restaurants, watch movies/tv programmes.
I would like to travel the world, so far, I have been to Saudi Arabia, Morocco and Dubai. I would like to visit more countries in the future.
I have an obligation to do Hajj in my mum’s name in the future, I don’t know when it will happen but when the time is right I will be ready.
I am not looking to become a millionaire in this temporary life, I would like to raise a family one day, i want to live a simple and stress-free life with my future spouse.
I know it is a lot of information to take in but I appreciate the fact that you have taken time out to read all this, if there is anything in particular you would like to know, feel free to ask.
I am searching for a simple minded, caring, respectful, and humble partner between the age of 24 and 29 from the UK only. I dont mind if you have previously been married before.
I’m not looking for a supermodel, but ideally someone shorter than myself (5ft 9), a partner who loves to go out to restaurants, have a laugh, likes to travel, goes to the gym regularly.
I don’t expect you to take the typical role of a wife who cooks, cleans and maintains the house 7 days a week, I do this, you however MUST do whatever makes you happy, if that means sitting infront of the telly with your feet up then so be it, I just want to see my partner happy.
My partner has the choice to do whatever makes her happy, I will support you in whatever you choose to do, I will give my opinion but will never stop you from living your life.
Im not too keen on big weddings with 200+ guests, i prefer to keep things simple and straightforward...do the nikah, say a few words, cut a cake, enjoy the company of the 2 families, then roll off into the sunset to start a life together :)
Im not a fan of bollywood films but if thats what you like, im willing to sit through it, as long as i see you smiling there's nothing more i could ask for.
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