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Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]


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Dear Batman:

 

No offense roo but maybe you should wait until you become a man before legislating what men should and should not do.

 

I want people to return to how they were before, before they were affected by popular culture. Old school > New school.

 

 

It doesn't take much imagination to make the point bro Ammar made, anyway. This is Sayyed Hassan we're talking about, here. 

 

My comment had nothing to do with Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah though, I bolded the part I disagreed with. Which is where he compared himself to a female. Tell me how would an old villager in Iran feel if his son made such a comparison? "If I were a female....".

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I want people to return to how they were before, before they were affected by popular culture. Old school > New school.

 

 

 

My comment had nothing to do with Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah though, I bolded the part I disagreed with. Which is where he compared himself to a female. Tell me how would an old villager in Iran feel if his son made such a comparison? "If I were a female....".

 

I love villages bro.

 

But villages are not THE standard. In villages in Iran, the primary form of entertainment is farting. People also tend to be very foul-mouthed (and for example, there is no stigma related to doing this in front of children or women). Does that mean you should go and be foul-mouthed in front of women (which most Muslims in the West are sensitive toward)?

 

Village culture is all well and good but it is not an absolute moral standard.

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It's not 'cool' to wear skinny jeans for true Muslims. If you go to places like Bankstown in Australia (known for Muslim/Arab presence) it is looked down upon. Most Muslims here wear tracksuits, sport caps or shorts. In cold weather hoodies. Nike and/or Adidas all the way.

Just a short note=> I don't like men wearing skinny jeans but it's very common here in Sweden, among Muslims too.

Last time when I went to my brother's work office I saw most of his colleagues (engineers) formally dressed, wearing skinny jeans, suits & tie .....

**something like this**

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How to dress depends on the place you're working at.

In my hospital only scrubs are allowed.

But if it's an "international" big company they expect you to wear nice clothes (ex: Nike/Addidas sweatpants or hoodies are not welcome there)

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Just a short note=> I don't like men wearing skinny jeans but it's very common here in Sweden, among Muslims too.

Last time when I went to my brother's work office I saw most of his colleagues (engineers) formally dressed, wearing skinny jeans, suits & tie .....

**something like this**

photo-11.jpg

How to dress depends on the place you're working at.

In my hospital only scrubs are allowed.

But if it's an "international" big company they expect you to wear nice clothes (ex: Nike/Addidas sweatpants or hoodies are not welcome there)

NO NIKE, ADIDAS OR HOODIES??? lol wth, you better move to another country.
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just thinking, what do the sisters here think of joggers on us?

this is what i mean:

What does the opinion of sisters on the internet matter? I'm an old person, but I think they look sloppy, fine for around the house, but don't go out in them.

Thoughts: would anyone like to take a 15-year-old? You can adopt him, marry him, hire him to do your chores, whatever, just take him away for a while: he's driving me nuts!

Thoughts 2: don't ever hire movers. I told my husband if we ever have to move again, I'm going to load as much as I can into a truck, load my car onto a trailer, take two of the kids, and let him deal with the rest as he sees fit. He laughed. I think he thought I was joking.

(The teenager misses his stuff.)

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Looks like I will be doing some painting today.

@Ibrahimi- Listen kid, even in the United States, village life is highly romanticized or exaggerated. Like Ammar said farting is an acceptable form of humor there and people are backwards and racist. I kid you not, where my grandparents live, they say racist jokes in churches, stuff you would never say in a Masjid and believe it or not, drug lords and serial killers like these little villages too, it's not too hard to imagine why either. Often, in these villages, you will find darkest secrets and the greatest conspiracies, and you are telling me that they are the pinnacle of morals? I think you need to explore the world a bit. I also think should not fret over others' manliness when you are not a man yet. Your comments are proof enough that you are not a man, you got some growing up to do but you are well on your way

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not me:  You can wait until he is 16, then take him down to the recruiter's office and sign him into the Army.

 

When I got into my 40s, I asked my Father about me as a teenager. He said, yelling at me "was par for the course", but he never worried -only wonder if I knew enough sometimes. He said he knew I was smart enough not to get into anything stupid like most of the other boys would.

 

But I am still a little surprised his voice never gave-out.

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Why does "sleep" have a grudge on me? Usually, after midterms my sleep schedule messes up because I end up pulling all nighters to study. Now that they are done as of this week, I was hoping to fix it again so that I would normally wake up at least before 10am on a daily basis.

Well last night I only managed to get sleepy at 1am and slept around that time, woke up for Fajr at 3:15am and before I went back to sleep, timed my phone to shout in my ears at 10am. After hitting the snooze button multiple times unintentionally while being half asleep because I was just too tired to simply wake up at 10(despite the fact that I would have slept sufficient hours by this time), I eventually woke up at 3:40pm. That's almost 14 hours of sleeping.. :(

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Why does "sleep" have a grudge on me? Usually, after midterms my sleep schedule messes up because I end up pulling all nighters to study. Now that they are done as of this week, I was hoping to fix it again so that I would normally wake up at least before 10am on a daily basis.

Well last night I only managed to get sleepy at 1am and slept around that time, woke up for Fajr at 3:15am and before I went back to sleep, timed my phone to shout in my ears at 10am. After hitting the snooze button multiple times unintentionally while being half asleep because I was just too tired to simply wake up at 10(despite the fact that I would have slept sufficient hours by this time), I eventually woke up at 3:40pm. That's almost 14 hours of sleeping.. :(

 

Bro that's beast, more hours means more power. Go take a shower and go run.

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Hmm, there are different levels of skinny jeans, some of these are definitely not appropiate for any men.

We could discuss this manly and girly mentality is mainly a social construct, but it is somewhat based on the beauty of each gender.

Men beauty is not primarily present in the global shape of their bodies. Extremely skinny jeans will show the general curves of men which won't make them look any manly to be honest, according to a general view, regardless of how much it gets normalized. It just doesn't enhance the beauty of a man's shape. Rather than curves, something more loose which would show rather straight lines instead of curves would look nice in men. Some of the skinny jeans Endless posted are actually like that, even though they are a little skinny for my taste. They do look good however, and don't make you look feminine.

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Never going to ask for day off again....

 

                                       some wounds get deeper and deeper with time....

                                                                                           time spent without some one make it even worse.... All u can do is to put layers after layers to hide them but blood still manage to seep through those layers....

 

 

May Allah hasten the reappearance of imam(as) !!

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Never going to ask for day off again....

 

                                       some wounds get deeper and deeper with time....

                                                                                           time spent without some one make it even worse.... All u can do is to put layers after layers to hide them but blood still manage to seep through those layers....

 

 

May Allah hasten the reappearance of imam(as) !!

I hope things work out for you soon

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Watch or do stuff that make you dizzy, do it next to your bed or on your bed, so you don't sleep on the floor.

dizziness induces sleep?? :P wow...

CM, sis.. In case you decide on act on the advice, warn your family first lest they get alarmed when they find you spinning in circles on the bed :D and remember you have to do it either on the bed or next to your bed..... Apparently according to the above advice the dizziness induced sleep is so quick and strong you can fall asleep on the floor if you are not on the bed already.

Some other SCers suffer from insomnia too so please update us with the bumps.... Errr... results. :P

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When the airplane was landing at Imam Khomeini International Airport and all the women had to put on hijabs, my mind was going like:

"YOUR IN MY DOMAIN NOWWW MUAHHAHA!"

:P

Seriously bro, you call that 2 cm piece of fabric "hijab?"

Btw welcome to Iran! Safare khubi dashte bashi!

Don't forget to visit (Tochal, Darband, Parke Mellat, Borje Milad, Ziyarat shahre Rey)

and if you get sick there's 2 hospitals in Tehran (imam Khomeini and shariati)

Just tell them you're a friend of mine and you'll get free treatment.... Inshallah that won't happen!

Enjoy your trip!

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Are you saying that getting dizzy doesn't make you sleep? That's new. I was under the impression that dizziness causes sleep.

Dizziness causes sleep? No way, man, dizziness causes nausea instead. Totally different from sleep. CM, I would recommend melatonin, really works.

P.S. My mother told me that the tea was bad and she wasn't kidding, I took one sip and it tasted like I took a sip of rat poison.

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Dizziness causes sleep? No way, man, dizziness causes nausea instead. Totally different from sleep. CM, I would recommend melatonin, really works.

P.S. My mother told me that the tea was bad and she wasn't kidding, I took one sip and it tasted like I took a sip of rat poison.

 

Just the thought of tea that tastes like rat poison made me never want to drink tea again :/

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I can't understand Arabic but what's the video about? Why's he being interviewed? I assume he's gonna face execution soon enough, Insh'Allah.

He's testifying his share in the massacre(spiker that happened last year), how it was planned and carrried out and gave out information on the others that were with him including his leaders. He also states that before the official formation of Da'ish, he and others that eventually joined Da'esh were members of Jama'at al-Tawhid wal Jihad that was led by Zarqawi. It's worth noting that the majority of the militants from Iraq who are currently in Da'ish used to be members of that group during the early 2000's and a few others as well who used to be with Jama'at ansar al-Sunnah.

 

And, yes, he will most certainly be sentenced to death soon, inshAllah Ta'alah.

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