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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:48 pm 
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After a hard month of fasting its Eid tomorrow.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:50 pm 
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Eid Mubarak mate. :thumbup:

Now get ready for putting all that weight on again.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:52 pm 
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Eid Mubarak to you and yours.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:54 pm 
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It's the other way. Although I eat about the same in Ramadan, the problem is that we eat all the wrong things and hence put on weight.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:55 pm 
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Thanks guys, Your good wishes are much appreciated.


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It's the other way. Although I eat about the same in Ramadan, the problem is that we eat all the wrong things and hence put on weight.


I hear you . Probably lots of sugary food like dates.

Did you buy presents for the kids and buy new clothes for Eid prayers tomorrow?


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 10:58 pm 
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Eid Mubarak :)


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I thought they ousted that fella.


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iarmhiman wrote:
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It's the other way. Although I eat about the same in Ramadan, the problem is that we eat all the wrong things and hence put on weight.


I hear you . Probably lots of sugary food like dates.

Did you buy presents for the kids and buy new clothes for Eid prayers tomorrow?

The kids have got their clothes a few weeks ago, on the day the tradition is to give kids money and as a kid I visited all aunties uncles but the boot is on the other foot and it's payback time and I give the kids of the family money.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 11:20 pm 
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Lent > Ramadan. Yeah, I went there.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 11:21 pm 
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I thought they ousted that fella.

No, he went onto become the King of Scotland.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 11:24 pm 
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Eid Mubarak to our Muslim boredies!


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Too soon, M8. Too soon. I'm still mourning the loss of the Lakemba Iftar markets. Can't believe I have to wait another 11 months :((


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 2:51 am 
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Eid Mubarak!!! Going to a friends place later. Can't feckin wait.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 7:25 am 
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Eid Mubarak to all concerned.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 9:06 am 
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Happy holidays at this festive time of year


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 9:13 am 
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Eid Mubarak.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 9:31 am 
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Although the fasting is tough in the summer but at least we celebrate Eid in good weather( not taking into account the vagaries of our weather here).


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Is Eid kind of like Christmas where you just eat as much as possible for a few days? Apart from all the religious duties of course.


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Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said). Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.


Gotta love the usual-suspect jumping in to remind us how smart he is :lol: :roll:


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said). Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.


Gotta love the usual-suspect jumping in to remind us how smart he is :lol: :roll:


... because I saw a documentary?

Ease up, Tiger.


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.


What an arsehole.


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.


What an arsehole.


:lol: :lol: ffs.


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<leans over and grabs the popcorn>


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<leans over and grabs the popcorn>


Would be funny if the PC-police all had a massive combined head explosion and the actual Muslim was like, "yeah cool man, I'll check it out, thanks for the tip". Which I half expect to actually happen.


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:lol: I thought this thread was going too well.


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.


What an arsehole.


:lol: :lol: ffs.


How is it PC to wish someone well on their religious day?

Of course it's terrible if you're a total bigot. I did really enjoy watching get filleted by Turbogoat in another thread, I certainly hope it happens again here.


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Well, it took more posts than you'd have guessed before it took a turn.

Bullettyme wrote:
Of course it's terrible if you're a total bigot. I did really enjoy watching get filleted by Turbogoat in another thread, I certainly hope it happens again here.


It'd be a shame to completely trash what was meant to be a good spirited thread.


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How is it PC to wish someone well on their religious day?


This is the same guy who reacted to the news that Marvel were unveiling a new Muslimah Captain Marvel by saying something to the effect of "I hope she spends all her time beating up Islamists or else it's basically apologism"


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and the same to you !


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I hope it's not a dolorous Eid.


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I hope it's not a dolorous Eid.


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FFS take it easy fellahs. :lol:


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Eid Mubarak to you too then

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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.

PC credentials my foot. I'm f**king stuffed right now with possibly the best goat curry I've ever eaten and fantastic samei.


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.

PC credentials my foot. I'm f**k stuffed right now with possibly the best goat curry I've ever eaten and fantastic samei.


Yeah I was dangling a bit of bait with that one. Nothing wrong with it. Although TG's huge banner was a pretty enthusiastic effort.

What's samei? Do you do Ramadan too?


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Gotta love the usual-suspects lining up to flaunt their PC-credentials. :lol:

Masterji - I don't really give a shit if you fast or not to be honest. But I will say that I have heard that it's very healthy for you. I saw a BBC documentary, "East, Fast and Live Longer" by Michael Mosley. It's very interesting. Maybe you should check it out as motivation not to "eat the wrong things and put on weight" (as you said) next Ramadan. Sort of defeats the purpose of fasting if you do that.

P.S. be glad you're not here in Sweden. The sun barely sets at this time of year.


Normally people that tell me they don't care are the ones that take an unhealthy interest, but the purpose of fasting is multi faceted and eating in moderation is one of them. But on a positive note it's great to see a guy like you to care for the welfare of a Muslim.
Eid mubarak to you brother.


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