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    Currently cramming for my GCSE History exam at 9am :')
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    Still up and :work: for my exams.

    Feeling a bit dehydrated already... :bawling: worked out the maths and we have 6 hours, 39 mins to fit in all my macros (calories)
    to maintain my body weight. :argh: ....:hide:
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    Post above was me ... didn't realise anon was ticked. :lol:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Still up and :work: for my exams.

    Feeling a bit dehydrated already... :bawling: worked out the maths and we have 6 hours, 39 mins to fit in all my macros (calories)
    to maintain my body weight. :argh: ....:hide:
    Same, been up since taraweeh tbh and its nearly 5am
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    I joked with my mom that I wont fast until my exams are over and she was pretty cool about it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Im not going to be fasting at all. I don't want to put my body through that and there's nothing wrong with choosing not to fast.
    Its one of the pillars of Islam ...... and is obligatory ..... but as u wish
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    Not fasting on PM exam days, AM is cool but PM is too much for me. I can't focus with an empty stomach so God forgive me.
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    (Original post by Zayn is Bae)
    Ramadan starts Tuesday. Anyone following Saudi and starting tomorrow needs a lobotomy.
    Zayn is "bae", maybe you should follow your local mosque

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    (Original post by Genialtropism)
    Excuse me Mariam, but does fasting actually start today? My family hasn't made me aware nor do i smell the waft of beautiful hand-crafted parathas gliding up the stairs? And they're strict muslims...am I missing something; last night, my dad made me aware that for us taraweeh was tomorrow night, and roza, the following morning after.

    I'm just worried, I may be doing it wrong. Live in West Yorkshire btw..

    P.s dunno if it'll help, but we're Sunni btw (if you're on the same wavelength...)
    No your right, I'm a Sunni too and doing it Tuesday evening like it should be
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    (Original post by mariam687)
    Good!

    im v excited too, esp for taraweeh in the mosque
    Women shouldn't go to the mosque, it's for men...
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    (Original post by Habina786xx)
    Zayn is "bae", maybe you should follow your local mosque


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    Well that's nice of you what's with the quotes
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    (Original post by Genialtropism)
    Excuse me Mariam, but does fasting actually start today? My family hasn't made me aware nor do i smell the waft of beautiful hand-crafted parathas gliding up the stairs? And they're strict muslims...am I missing something; last night, my dad made me aware that for us taraweeh was tomorrow night, and roza, the following morning after.

    I'm just worried, I may be doing it wrong. Live in West Yorkshire btw..

    P.s dunno if it'll help, but we're Sunni btw (if you're on the same wavelength...)
    its ok, some people are doing it on tuesday and some monday, theres always this problem ahah, but dw ur fine, jus do what ur parents do
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Women shouldn't go to the mosque, it's for men...
    ikik, but its nice to go sometimes

    its not haram though
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    my stomach was legit making so many noises in my am exam..

    im feeling the pain now
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    (Original post by K2G)
    Not fasting on PM exam days, AM is cool but PM is too much for me. I can't focus with an empty stomach so God forgive me.
    Dw Allah will forgive u
    as long as u make up for the ones u missed
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Women shouldn't go to the mosque, it's for men...
    Why not? All the women in my family go to the mosque to pray
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    (Original post by Habina786xx)
    Zayn is "bae", maybe you should follow your local mosque

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    Or maybe I have a brain of my own, and can determine whether the moon is visible or not.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Women shouldn't go to the mosque, it's for men...
    We dont live in the stone age..... women are allowed to go to the mosque as they have to pray too just like men, therefore, they can go to the mosque if they want to.
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    (Original post by Zara0526)
    Why not? All the women in my family go to the mosque to pray
    Ignore him/her. Women have every right to go to the Mosque. The Prophet SAW never forbid it.
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    5 hrs to goooooooooooooooooooo
 
 
 
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