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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 https://t.co/RObzG3yn6h

    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 https://t.co/xOXEFOl19Z

    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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