15 Things These Pakistanis Who Live Abroad Miss About Pakistan

By Sarmad Amer | 15 Aug, 2016

Pakistanis are scattered all over the world. Some go out of the country to study, while others try and find a better living. They crib about Pakistan, they are thankful for the lavish lifestyles they have abroad but they also miss home. They miss the things that you and I take for granted because we have access to them so easily. All the chaos, the noise and even the violence.

Here are 15 things these Pakistanis miss about home, now that they are living away from Pakistan:

 

1. Of course, the first thing you miss is ami abu.

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2. And your city’s favorite haunts

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3. Or the craziness you did on your city streets

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4.

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5. The feeling of community is never replicated anywhere else in the world

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6. And neither are the best locations

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7. Like, for real

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8. You miss your favorite things

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9. And your favorite events

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10. Even if you used to hate them

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11.

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12. And of course, all the food

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13. In every corner of Pakistan

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14. Particularly, this:

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15. But most of all, you miss…

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Here’s the absolutely heartwarming video, straight from Pakistanis abroad:

 

If you’re a Pakistani abroad, let us know what you miss about back home.

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