Eid Mubarak: Cue All The Funnies You're Going To Make

Posted by Maha Jawass on

eid mubarak: cue all the funnies you're going to make

Eid Mubarak Nourka fam! It’s finally Eid, one of the most wonderful times of the year. Although we’re sad that Ramadan has passed so quickly, we’re also so ready to get our party on! Like every year, it’s going to be hard getting used to not fasting everyday and you might panic a little every time you drink or eat something, thinking that you broke your fast.  Your body might automatically wake up at 2:30 in the morning, or you’ll wake up and freak out because you thought you missed suhoor. Sounds familiar right?

Don’t worry; we’ve all been there (and continue to be there every year). We won’t give you any “tips” to try and avoid this because it’s inevitable. Instead, we’re going to bring up every time you’re probably going to have a brain fart now that Ramadan is over.

1. Your first sip/bite on Eid day

We all know this feeling. You take a bite or a sip of something and then your heart stops and literally drops to your feet because you've just ruined everything!!! But then you realize you didn't and you can breathe again. 

2. Wake up in the morning shook because you thought you missed your chance to eat

When you wake up way after Fajr and you're all disorientated but also very shook because you slept through suhoor! When you actually didn't!

3. When you see someone else eat

Do my eyes deceive me or am I seeing haram with my own two eyes? Then you remember that you're supposed to eat!

4. When you turn on the music and then immediately say astagfurallah

Because you gave up music during Ramadan and literally make this face when you turn it on again and you're like omg hell. But it's all good. 

Last but not least:

5. You and everybody else trying to navigate this very confusing time. 

But seriously, Eid Mubarak and may there be many more to come!

Let us know how you feel about this "confusing time period" after Ramadan!

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