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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    If I say it, will they allow me into the Mosque?
    Only if you grow a beard and wear a thawb

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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I'm not sure really.

    When I was 14 - 18 and regularly getting drunk, I'd feel invincible. No hangovers the next day, I could get up early and function with no side effects other than mild dehydration. Now, on a really heavy night, the next two days are a right off, I'll feel really ill and have no sense of appetite. I'm much healthier now then I was back then so I'm not sure really.
    Same here, I'll be ****ed for days after drinking but I don't get ill or headaches, it's mostly insomnia and anxiety. Even if I've had two beers I can feel it the next day if I've gone a few weeks without.
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    (Original post by Pikachū)
    Only if you grow a beard and wear a thawb

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    FFS, why are White people who turn to Islam the absolute worst White people next to the ones who go to the far east as sexpats?

    He looks like a ginger autist.
 
 
 
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