thanks tennisfan, well, most of the muslims in the arabic world 'll celebrate the first days of Eid tomorrow,( except for Libya, first day was today) i know muslims in China 'll celebrate it tomorrow too. don't know about the rest of the worldEid Mubaraak to all the Muslims on the board. I think in some places Eid is not tommorrow as it depends on the moon sighting. posted by Nyctennisfan
it's an islamic feast Escada, it begins right after the arabic month called Ramadan (the month during which muslims fast)did u hear about it?What is Eid Mubarak? posted by Escada
:rolls: :secret: don't worry, people use this double meaning for jokes in here too.At first I thought you were talking about the Egyptian president. posted by Escada
:lol: it's all ready in here, i can fedex u some (with or without sugar?)Morocco celebrates on Friday, but most countries tomorrow. It's nice, but I have to wake up at 7.30 to help my mom with the cookies and all posted by maratski
cous cous ?? :drool: i don't remember eating it since 18th century..we rarely make it at home. but i know its a traditional meal in Morroco , right?she promised to make cous cous for me for lunch so I have to be nice and help . posted by maratski
so it can't be easier, some cous cous from there for some cookies from hereDHL Express is better!
you're talking to a girl working for DHL posted by maratski
yes it's cool :yeah: Cookies is a traditional sign of celebrating it in some arabic countries,especially those in North Africa.not sure if other countries make cookies , but maybe some other kinds of desserts.Eid Mubarak seems to be cool especially since you seem to be having cookies on that day. posted by Princesa
25th nov ? we still have time then, Lin , u better take ur share now and save me, i think i gain 100 kilos every 30 minutesactually i'm not fasting these days but i will very soon in 25th nov
so u better save me some these days posted by Landoud
It's a traditional meal yes. In Morocco people have it every Friday. :lick: I don't eat it every Friday, but always love it, any day of the week.nermo said:cous cous ?? :drool: i don't remember eating it since 18th century..we rarely make it at home. but i know its a traditional meal in Morroco , right?
Deal!nermo said:so it can't be easier, some cous cous from there for some cookies from here
well, seriously speaking, say Hello to ur mom and try to learn some kitchen tricks ok?