Many people are saying “I won’t be happy this Eid. Too many people are being killed in Gaza and Syria” I want to let you know that in Gaza they are getting ready for Eid themselves. They are currently shopping for clothes and sweets for tomorrow while bombs are falling. And I’m 100% sure it is the same in the beloved Syria and other places filled with oppression. This is very symbolic for us. Yes, many have been killed, but their spirit is not dead, and will not die. Yes, the oppressors may control their borders or other worldly matters, but the oppressors will never control their happiness, nor will they control your happiness. The Syrian and Palestinian people are strong people, and we have to trust that. I know it’s almost impossible to go through the day without thinking about it or feeling sad, and I don’t blame you. But for Eid, do me a favour, and try to stay happy.

Have a blessed Eid everyone. May we enter the next Eid with a free Palestine, and a free Syria. Ameen

Mohammed Zeyara
(via thebookguru)


I hate when a person says they’ve had a bad day and everyone, instead of trying to cheer them up, enters a competition of who’s had the shittest life

In Australian English, every response can be preceded by ‘yeah’.

  • “yeah alright”
  • “yeah it’s pretty good ay”
  • “yeah maybe”
  • “yeah nah”
  • “yeah fuck off”
  • “yeah why not?”
  • “yeah but what?”
  • “yeah”

Probably the first Australian stereotype post that’s basically accurate.

You missed my personal favourite - when someone asks you to do something and you don’t wanna, the appropriate response is, “Yeaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh, nahhhh, you’re a cunt.”