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The #GoodMuslimBadMuslim Podcast Hosts Give Hilarious Dating Advice

"Give me your wallet."

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#GoodMuslimBadMuslim is a podcast hosted by Zahra Noorbakhsh (left) and Tanzila "Taz" Ahmed.

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Zahra is a Bay Area comedian and writer who describes herself as a "Muslim, feminist, Iranian-American comedian, pork-eating, alcohol-drinking, premarital-sex-having-but-married good Muslim." Taz is a Los Angeles-based Bangladeshi-American political activist, writer, and artist.

The podcast delves into the complicated nature of being a Muslim woman in America, where what is considered good in American circles is bad in Muslim circles and vice versa. You can't win!

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And which one is the Good Muslim and which one is the Bad Muslim? Zahra says "There's no real good or bad. It's complex."

The two met after contributing essays to Love Inshallah: The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women.

Zahra continues to blog about love and relationships with "My Infidel Husband" and Taz with "Radical Love."

Naturally, we had to ask them what they would say or do in the following nightmarish dating situations.

2. He says “I really dig you, but my situation is…. really complicated.”

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Taz: "This is like every guy I've ever dated."

Zahra: "I don't want drama. Might as well get cab fair."

11. Your first date goes great but you decide not to go home with him. He starts ghosting completely.

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Zahra: I feel like our relationship is just rekindling all over again as a duo.

Taz: At least we're on message when it comes to stalking. We might not match in other things, but when it comes to stalking men, we're on the same page.

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim is available on iTunes and Stitcher now.

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