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8 Ramadan Memes That Most Muslims Can Relate to

Ramadan, the holiest month of the Islamic calendar. During the month, Muslims all around the world abstain from food and drinks from sunrise to sunset for roughly 30 days.

Why do they do so? Some say fasting the body nourishes the soul. Nevertheless, it is no small feat for anyone to do this.

What Ramadan means to each individual is unique, how it affects their lives are also unique. However, there are things that will make you say “That’s me!”, common things that affect all Muslims during the holy month.

Here are 7 memes that most Muslims can relate to.

Vocabulary Notes:

1. Suhoor is the meal consumed early in the morning by Muslims before fasting before dawn during the holy month of Ramadan.

2. Iftar is the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset.

Here we go again it’s Ramadan.

It’s time again for you to be your holiest, Shaitan has no grip on you now.

When Ramadan just around the corner, Alhamdulilah, here we go again.

Time for Suhoor

Your chance of getting something to eat before your journey of fasting.

Also you, Time for Suhoor

Waking up at 3 AM for Suhoor and you are dazed and confused about whatever is going on.

Thinking Ramadan will be good to help you lose weight

Nah, it messes up your metabolism real hard. Watch what you eat, especially during Ramadan, your metabolism is gonna mess you up if you are not careful.

Allah is Watching

You feel the need to protect everyone’s soul, it’s a difficult job, but someone has to do it.

End of the day struggle

It’s almost buka puasa, but you’ve got no strength left.

Eating too much, because knowing you will only feel hunger

It’s a struggle

Instagramers trying to stop you from eating, so they can take pictures

We all have at least one family member that does this, regardless if it’s Ramadan or not. Just accept defeat and let them do their work.

Hope you find these memes relatable, Happy Ramadan, have a blessed month!

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