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Why are you still living in the past?
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Why are you still living in the past?
i wish
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Liked the 20th century RIP
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i wish
Your response doesn't make sense. This is the 21st century.
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Your response doesn't make sense. This is the 21st century.
It does make sense - they're saying they wished they lived in the past. Though the other poster probably didn't mean this literally it works in a literal sense.
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Why are you still living in the past?
People like Zidane, Pogba, Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Ribery, T-Pain, Ice Cube, KHABIB aren't modern.
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ooppps i meant the 21st century
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people like zidane, pogba, muhammad ali, mike tyson, ribery, t-pain, ice cube, khabib aren't modern. :d
my bad ppl i was being stupid the guy put 20th century lol lol lol
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it makes sense that the 2000s is the 20th century i just found out that even though it isnt the 2100s its called the 21t century which is a bit confusing
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it makes sense that the 2000s is the 20th century i just found out that even though it isnt the 2100s its called the 21t century which is a bit confusing
Think about which years the first century covered.
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Think about which years the first century covered.
And ignore the idiots who think the first year of the twenty-first century was 2000 AD.
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Think about which years the first century covered.
i think were living in the 21st century now so 2001 onwards untill i think the 2100
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How can you believe the incredible claims of Islam, when no credible evidence is presented, and some are proven false?
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How can you believe the incredible claims of Islam, when no credible evidence is presented, and some are proven false?
what incredible claims exactly are you talking about
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Why are you letting your religion define you? Like, why do you refer yourself as a Muslim in first hand rather than like, a human?
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Why are you letting your religion define you? Like, why do you refer yourself as a Muslim in first hand rather than like, a human?
Muslims are humans. And to some, religion may play a large role in identity.
Maybe OP wanted questions based on curiosity, and it would be odd to have the title as 'I'm a human ama'
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Why are you letting your religion define you? Like, why do you refer yourself as a Muslim in first hand rather than like, a human?
because my religion does define its what make who i am today
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Muslims are humans. And to some, religion may play a large role in identity.
Maybe OP wanted questions based on curiosity, and it would be odd to have the title as 'I'm You can be a muslim but not always say it. It's just like, you have no identity if you let a religion be your identity.
I was talking about how muslims always say they're muslims. as if they have no identify other than being a muslim. we can talk about this for ages but my point was like calm down on the whole religion thing. you can be a muslim but you dont have to let every single person know that. that's why people now see muslims as a race instesd of religion.
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because my religion does define its what make who i am today
Ofcourse, it probably plays big role value wise. But it shouldn't be your identity. Be your own self.
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