Day 6: Meanwhile over at the Financial Times, someone's realised that Muslims tend to eat meat every night in Ramadan and sales are through the roof.
And online publications start to get in on the action too.
And because Muslims aren't meant to swear when they're fasting, someone tried to push some to their limits.
Meanwhile, New York Times' fancy new cooking website starts to get so much traffic that the homepage redirects users there automatically.
And some publications start to debunk opinions that aren't actually yet widespread, featuring images of Muslim players still playing in the World Cup.
Over at BuzzFeed, well, it's still being BuzzFeed.
And don't forget the constant reminders about how many days are left.
In fact, this starts to become something of a regular feature.
This is on the tip of everyone's mind.
And there's a great big celebration at the end of it too.
And finally, everyone gets nostalgic about the month that passed because although it included a lot of hunger, there were a lot of great moments, like having suhoor around the dinner table with the whole family or even spending time reading Qur'an.