Eid ul adha officical thread 2020

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Eid is in like a week so i thought why not make this thread
i am soo exited
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Eid is in like a week so i thought why not make this thread
i am soo exited
Samee :wizard:
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I am not excited. I would much rather chill on Eid in the comforts of my home, make a different dinner- something never tried before instead of the usual biryani and not meet anyone, buy a new fancy PJ to hang out in the day instead of wearing overly fancy uncomfortable clothes whilst trying to entertain guests and going to others homes, exchange a gift if I feel like with a loved one but without any expectations of having to give and receive gifts, not tire myself out baking goodies which has to be given to so many relatives and neighbours, so have to do the rounds before, and not having to uphold all the formalities, traditions that are not even Islamic.

Islam makes Eid about the correct things, peaceful for everyone, a joy to actually worship on that day, but for me the day is spoilt due to people not understanding and acting on the true reason Muslims celebrate Eid .
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i guess so but i swear its sunnah to look and smell good on eid? im not sure but thats what ive heard
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i guess so but i swear its sunnah to look and smell good on eid? im not sure but thats what ive heard
I can do that without having to buy 'new' clothes. Nowhere in the sunnah does it say 'new', only to wear your best clothes that you have. Also nowhere does it say that it has to be fancy, or have heavy work on it, or be uncomfortable.

I dislike the fact that everyone forgets what the true reasons for doing some of the things we do are, that it's a given I have to do something, because everyone does it, not because it's sunnah.
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i have got my outfit planned and everything
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yeah thats wht i mean like look nice ofc you don't need to buy new clothes, and yeah i dont understand why alot of people invest mass amounts of money on clothing they probably wont like to sit in for the whole day
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(Original post by firdouss)
i have got my outfit planned and everything
what u gonna wear?
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(Original post by firdouss)
i have got my outfit planned and everything
Lucky you
I want to make the most out of my clothes money per wear type of thing so will re wear something.

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yeah thats wht i mean like look nice ofc you don't need to buy new clothes, and yeah i dont understand why alot of people invest mass amounts of money on clothing they probably wont like to sit in for the whole day
Because pressure ... lol
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Some people just like to spend a lot and dress up for one special day that only comes a couple of time a year. Lots of people look forward to it, and if they have the money to spend, why not? There is nothing wrong about that, as long as you understand why we celebrate Eid and celebrate it correctly. As long as they're not forcing anyone else to celebrate it grandly or spend a lot, I think it's all fine. But I would also like to spend my Eid in the way you described😁
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Some people just like to spend a lot and dress up for one special day that only comes a couple of time a year. Lots of people look forward to it, and if they have the money to spend, why not? There is nothing wrong about that, as long as you understand why we celebrate Eid and celebrate it correctly. As long as they're not forcing anyone else to celebrate it grandly or spend a lot, I think it's all fine. But I would also like to spend my Eid in the way you described😁
yeah thats true
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(Original post by fattyguen)
what u gonna wear?
a dress
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(Original post by firdouss)
a dress
nice 😇
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(Original post by KelsieTaylor)
Some people just like to spend a lot and dress up for one special day that only comes a couple of time a year. Lots of people look forward to it, and if they have the money to spend, why not? There is nothing wrong about that, as long as you understand why we celebrate Eid and celebrate it correctly. As long as they're not forcing anyone else to celebrate it grandly or spend a lot, I think it's all fine. But I would also like to spend my Eid in the way you described😁
The problem usually is that they expect you to do the same, enforce it upon you, look down on you if you don't want to do that.
I'm happy with people doing whatever they want if it is not against Islaam.
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Yes, that's very true! And I really don't like it when it happens, because not everyone celebrates things in the same way.
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Yes, that's very true! And I really don't like it when it happens, because not everyone celebrates things in the same way.
I used to think when I grow older, I'll be able to do what I like.. but I've grown older, and I'm still stuck with it. Going to have to do some serious mind training from before and get all the Islamic reasons behind these things again so I can actually enjoy it like it should be enjoyed. I'll skip the PJs as I won't be at home, but I can twist a few things around to please me otherwise.
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yeah thats wht i mean like look nice ofc you don't need to buy new clothes, and yeah i dont understand why alot of people invest mass amounts of money on clothing they probably wont like to sit in for the whole day
oh come on guys lighten up u got to be dripped down on Eid its the only way, do up ya hair, put ur expensive dove moisturiser on n get drippin
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oh come on guys lighten up u got to be dripped down on Eid its the only way, do up ya hair, put ur expensive dove moisturiser on n get drippin
this made me laugh 😂😂 dw ill do tht 😂😂
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oh come on guys lighten up u got to be dripped down on Eid its the only way, do up ya hair, put ur expensive dove moisturiser on n get drippin
thats what i am gonna doo
and i am onna try out all my new makeup too
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oh come on guys lighten up u got to be dripped down on Eid its the only way, do up ya hair, put ur expensive dove moisturiser on n get drippin
Lmao you still here .. and still funny weird as ... lol
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