Wishing all Muslim RJ.....Happy Eid ul Fitri

  • zakariahzol

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    Sep 18, 2009 9:48 PM GMT
    I would like to take this opportunity to wish all Muslim RJ...a very Happy Eid Mubarak, Eid Ul Fitri. Have fun and a wonderful time guys....

    Best Wishes
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    Sep 18, 2009 9:53 PM GMT
    Though not a muslim, I'll second your goodwill toward our muslim friends on RJ on their holiday
  • phunkie

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    Sep 19, 2009 12:44 AM GMT
    Thank you. Though Eid here is on Monday. Can't wait for it to be over. have so many things planned for it to be considered healthy. icon_exclaim.gif
  • phunkie

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    Sep 19, 2009 1:00 AM GMT
    Meant Ramadan, though Eid days are as boring as Ramadan itself. We have Sunday more to go here in the subcontinent and possibly Monday too that is if the moon doesn't show up.
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    Sep 19, 2009 1:06 AM GMT
    What a pleasant and generous gesture!

    All the best!!!
  • phunkie

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    Sep 19, 2009 1:11 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidI deleted a picture lol I just notice you guys can't watch porn or look at nude guys during the holiday? Sorry.


    I skipped, let 'em be there for the others. or you can start another thread (for me to feast my eyes later icon_twisted.gif ).
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    Sep 19, 2009 1:36 AM GMT
    Thanks...same to you man...Eid's tentatively on Sunday...can't wait!!!!icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 19, 2009 1:36 AM GMT

    Hey Happy Eid guys!

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    Sep 19, 2009 1:38 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidI deleted a picture lol I just notice you guys can't watch porn or look at nude guys during the holiday? Sorry.



    lol...the gesture is truly appreciated...but no need to deprive others of their viewing pleasure on our account ( well..at least my account)...we can just skip over the pic. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 19, 2009 1:50 AM GMT
    I also extend my happy holiday wishes to those in the Muslim community icon_smile.gif
  • creature

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    Sep 19, 2009 1:55 AM GMT
    I'm going to miss samosas icon_sad.gif

    My mom's side of the family is Muslim, and every year I look forward to eating them. They're so delicious.
  • phunkie

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    Sep 19, 2009 2:02 AM GMT
    creature saidI'm going to miss samosas icon_sad.gif

    My mom's side of the family is Muslim, and every year I look forward to eating them. They're so delicious.


    I boycotted samosas and pakoras this year to work on those abs to be visible. Very unhealthy those are.
  • creature

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    Sep 19, 2009 2:34 AM GMT
    Oh my... icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 19, 2009 2:41 AM GMT
    lol, creature!


    "I'm going to miss samosas

    My mom's side of the family is Muslim, and every year I look forward to eating them. They're so delicious."


    Judging from the pics of some of you, we're pretty sure Muslims taste good.

    Kissing we're talking kissing, OK?icon_lol.gif
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    Sep 19, 2009 3:29 AM GMT
    Not a muslim but have quite a few friends, so Happy eid to all. I love Sewiyan and mutton biryani and sheer korma. icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 19, 2009 3:33 AM GMT
    KidnapMyAffection said
    nysexy said
    sxydrkhair saidI deleted a picture lol I just notice you guys can't watch porn or look at nude guys during the holiday? Sorry.

    lol...the gesture is truly appreciated...but no need to deprive others of their viewing pleasure on our account ( well..at least my account)...we can just skip over the pic. icon_biggrin.gif

    I second that.
    Intention counts. And ours is chaste icon_wink.gif



    Well...at least for 30 days it isicon_wink.gif
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    Sep 19, 2009 4:14 AM GMT
    lol...can't argue with that one
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    Sep 19, 2009 4:32 AM GMT

    nysexy, we'd like to extend a very especially warm Happy Eid to you, as we remember what happened at this time last year, so are feeling happy that you're with us on RJ!


  • LifeByTheHorn

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    Sep 19, 2009 4:41 AM GMT
    I have to underline the fact that in every muslim community/ sect have their own traditions. Sometimes name this religious holiday with different names.

    They call this " Candy Fest " in many old Eastern European Muslim communities, not " Eid ul Fitr ". It is interesting when you celebrate their Eid ul Fitr or other " Eid's ", they have no clue what they mean. Eid is " Bajram or Bayram " in Eastern European languages.

    It is called " Candy Fest " , because it is a custom for kids in their brand new clothes to go door to door to request candies . Sometimes adults give pocket money, as well. I always wondered whether this custom coming from their ex-christian ancestors. Who knows!. But cute customs.
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    Sep 19, 2009 5:00 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidI deleted a picture lol I just notice you guys can't watch porn or look at nude guys during the holiday? Sorry.


    I had a Muslim bf and had to go without sex during Ramadan icon_cry.gif

    Enjoy "breaking the fast"




  • LifeByTheHorn

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    Sep 19, 2009 5:17 AM GMT
    KidnapMyAffection said
    LifeByTheHorn saidI have to underline the fact that in every muslim community/ sect have their own traditions. Sometimes name this religious holiday with different names.

    They call this " Candy Fest " in many old Eastern European Muslim communities, not " Eid ul Fitr ". It is interesting when you celebrate their Eid ul Fitr or other " Eid's ", they have no clue what they mean. Eid is " Bajram or Bayram " in Eastern European languages.

    It is called " Candy Fest " , because it is a custom for kids in their brand new clothes to go door to door to request candies . Sometimes adults give pocket money, as well. I always wondered whether this custom coming from their ex-christian ancestors. Who knows!. But cute customs.

    I remember how we used to be over the moon for getting new clothes, eating different tasty cakes at every relative's or neighbor's house we went to, and amassing tons of money. icon_smile.gif That's when I realized not every kid could afford new outfits. So, I subconsciously stopped that part of the celebration.

    Now, all the Eid wishes happen through text messages. Speaks volumes about how festive people have become. icon_wink.gif



    I know I have had friends when I was little telling me that how they sleep with their new shoes, clothes & toys. That was of nice their families. When people grow up, they do not want to get pocket money & candies from their relatives & surroundings, I understand you in that wayicon_smile.gif
  • lostlogic

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    Sep 19, 2009 5:24 AM GMT
    Yes Eid Ul Fitri... I wish I was over one of your guy's houses and having some of that delicious food!!!
  • zakariahzol

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    Sep 19, 2009 6:11 AM GMT
    LifeByTheHorn said


    "I have to underline the fact that in every muslim community/ sect have their own traditions. Sometimes name this religious holiday with different names.

    They call this " Candy Fest " in many old Eastern European Muslim communities, not " Eid ul Fitr ". It is interesting when you celebrate their Eid ul Fitr or other " Eid's ", they have no clue what they mean. Eid is " Bajram or Bayram " in Eastern European languages.

    It is called " Candy Fest " , because it is a custom for kids in their brand new clothes to go door to door to request candies . Sometimes adults give pocket money, as well. I always wondered whether this custom coming from their ex-christian ancestors. Who knows!. But cute customs."


    Well, in the Malay speaking world like Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei , South Thailand EL EID FITRI is call Hari Raya Aidil Fitri. I spell El Eid Fitri in my post so my Muslim friend on the other sid eof the world know what I am talking about.

    Anyway, I sure feel good that there a lot of Muslim in here...
  • zakariahzol

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    Sep 19, 2009 6:18 AM GMT
    For those folk that are worry about gaining weight on this joyous day.....come on. I been fasting for one whole month and behaving myself . With the abundance of exotic food and mouth watering feast , cookies, cake and all kind of traditional cruisine on sales, how can you resist temptation.

    On the first day of Shawal , it eating times. I can go on diet on the second day of Shawal.
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    Sep 19, 2009 6:36 AM GMT


    ENJOY!