Discussion in 'User Topics' started by Naveed, Jun 15, 2018.
Eid Mubarak Naveed, and happy breaking of the fast
Eid Mubarak (Arabic: عيد مبارك) is a Muslim greeting reserved for use on the festivals of Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr. Eid means "celebration", and Mubarak means "blessed". In the social sense, people usually celebrate Eid al-Fitr after Ramadan.
Celebrating the end of fasting for Ramadan, might be more to it, but my religious knowledge is mostly Christian due to people whom I know being mostly either Christian or atheist. I have a few Muslim, Buddhist, and friends of other faiths, but none that really discuss their faith
One of my friends is Muslims, or at least her family is, and there are dozens of Muslims in my school. I almost felt guilty eating and drinking during Ramadan. Almost!
My ex was Jewish, her mom, who I’m still friends with, keeps kosher.
I always feel bad eating pork or mixing meat and dairy around her
You should consider becoming a nun.
Here's a list of reasons why:
The only legitimate reason to consider being a nun is being asexual.
That should actually be a requirement, nun pregnancy is super common. They’ve found mass graves of newborn skeletons outside nunneries, it’s horrific
No, they haven't.
You don’t believe something, but it doesn’t make it any less true. I watched a lovely (sarcasm) documentary where they excavated one and found hundreds of decayed skeletal fetal remains outside a catholic nunnery
Actually yes, in Ireland, but it had nothing to do with pregnant nuns.
Even if, by some twisted logic, they resorted to the sin of lesbianism, how would they have become pregnant? No men are allowed in convents.
I’m sure they’d be happy to explain if you asked, or not.
The most likely and probably real cause is priests. As all humans, they’re flawed and crave intimacy
You'd do anything to discourage @Karlijn from dedicating her life to God, wouldn't you?
I’d rather eat life grasshoppers anyway
No one here celebrates that...
Thank You Squire
Oh man I fondly remember the parties when I lived in Saudi Arabia. Mountains of food.
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