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    Ramadan Is Almost Over And Here Are 15 Relatable Tweets That Have Gotten Me Through It

    Ramadan flew by way too quickly and I'm in a glass case of emotions.

    The 30 days of Ramadan are coming to an end and I'm not ready at all. I feel like it just started??

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    But Muslim Twitter kept me laughing the entire time so it's only fair I share some of my favorite tweets with y'all:

    1. When Ramadan first started, we immediately realized it's never too early for an existential crisis.

    Me at suhoor trying to remember my name

    Twitter: @beleeeeveme

    2. This year, we were preaching body positivity all month long.

    Twitter: @_nadirahp

    3. I'm sure we all did a lil dance when Ramadan started and realized the devil can't hurt you anymore.

    ramadan in 2 weeks yup yup

    Twitter: @aekcz

    4. Did you really experience Ramadan if no one took your shoes from the masjid at least one time?

    First missing shoes email since Ramadan 2019. Nature is healing 🤧

    Twitter: @laithalq

    5. I honestly gave up on my "no fried foods" dream a long time ago.

    the no fried food in ramadan muslims think they’re well mature innit

    Twitter: @__samiahh

    6. Please don't ask people why they're not fasting.

    diversity and inclusion has gone too far. why did one of my (non-Muslim) students tap on my car window to ask me why im drinking coffee when I’m supposed to be fasting...

    Twitter: @saintfadumo

    7. Watermelon during Ramadan never fails.

    Ramadan watermelon is different. It’s like the watermelon know its Ramadan.

    Twitter: @elagami_

    8. Can't beat the "itis" even if I tried.

    ‘I’ll do my uni work after iftar’ me after iftar:

    Twitter: @maari_iq

    9. Everything's a little off when you're fasting.

    Just prepared for iftar by filling up a glass of water while texting W the other hand. And then drank the water. Three minutes before fast breaking. That’s ok right? Ahhhh

    Twitter: @radbrowndads

    10. For my ladies, we can't forget about those few days when we get to rekindle our relationship with food.

    me on my period in ramadan

    11. By the end of the month, meals just become more and more chaotic.

    I love how my suhoor begins to not make sense towards the end of Ramadan I ate Brussels sprouts and a handful of goldfish this morning 😂

    Twitter: @kindofmeem

    12. You gotta appreciate the effort masjids put in to have events for the kids.

    “inshallah they find him” lmaooo

    Twitter: @jhabashy15

    13. When you rely on the lunar calendar to figure out when your holidays are.

    Me: I need a day off for Eid Work: Alright which day? Me: I don’t know

    Twitter: @aman_s1999

    14. Eating on Eid morning will always be a weird experience.

    That haraam feeling when you eat breakfast on Eid but you remember you're not fasting

    Twitter: @akhnextdoor

    15. And last but not least, getting vaxxed just in time for the Eid is a vibe.

    my parents just got vaccinated and this is what he texted us

    Twitter: @nisathedina

    What's been the best part of Ramadan for you?

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