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Hey Shayla

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in response to reader comment: Algerian husband insist on going to dinner at Moroccan friends house, I think something is up...

Submitted by Jessica (canada) (Canada), Jan 24, 2017 at 00:41

hmm algerian and MOroccan simply dont really mixed.. my boyfriend Mohamed hes MOroccan and he was here in canada just went back to morocco and he dont like Algerian at all. Algerian speaks Berber.. isnt your husband speaks Berber and moroccan speaks Darjir arabic that's what my mohamed speaks. its weird that your husband like to go their for dinner i think they tend to speaks thier own language maybe they get used to it.. just like i speaks my own language too when me and my asian friends gathering and my Mohamed feels annoyed too but i did translate to him from time to time. However if your husband likes to go over constantly then thats an red flag. but if you asked few ladies here and STL they will say your husband is scamming you LOLL. i wouldnt worry about it just talk to your husband say its uncomfortable for you to go there for dinner all the time if he dosnt listen then give him an ultimatum. good luck!!

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