These Hilarious Tweets Doubled The Joy of Eid
Muslims throughout the world celebrate Eid-ul-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice) at the end of Hajj (annual pilgrimage to Makkah). Eid-ul-Adha lasts for 3 days and this year it was celebrated in Pakistan from September 2nd to September 4th.
When we are kids, the joys of Eid were different and no one could beat the excitement of bakra coming to the house, making him eat food, taking him for a walk in the streets and showing him off to other friends. The sadness from little minds and hearts of sacrificing our animal then the excitement of distribution, it was all so fun at that time. When we grew up, it became different and we realized Eid is only for kids. Now that we are grown-ups, our Eid is like sleeping all day after the namaz, or getting ready and taking selfies or getting ready and thinking about sleep or dressing up and scrolling through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter all day, and most important one is going to khala, phupho’s house on Eid Day 1 and them coming to our house on Eid Day 2. That’s it.
Here are some hilarious tweets that I have scrolled through Twitter during my whole Eid:
Please crush ..
Dear crush, this eid qurban yourself on me.
— Bilal (@Sillly_Point) September 1, 2017
This guy goes by the name of ‘Eid’ and this is called the best pun on the best time
Eid Mubarak, everyone. pic.twitter.com/bOQQXKfgFN
— Eid (@EidSahib) September 1, 2017
Nice exchange of chappals there, Haris
A special Eid Mubarak to the guy who took my chappal from the mosque and also to the guy whose chappal then I had to wear on my way back.
— Muhammad Haris (@MHaris_) September 2, 2017
We all send Eid Greetings to wrong people at some point and regret later, isn’t it?
Accidentally sent an Eid greeting to the guy who makes my letterheads and cards and now he’s asking qs like kia khaya, kia banaya 😑
— Nadia (@nadiajqureshi) September 3, 2017
Why is Bakri scared, when it’s the bakra we will be sacrificing?
— Waleed Zafar. (@realwaleedzafar) September 2, 2017
There, she said it
No Eid Mubarak for anyone who thinks chicken steak is a thing.
— z (@NurKhairDe) September 2, 2017
Story of every house
My eid day: my Nani came to visit us and left 6 minutes ago. We’re now getting ready to go visit her.
— king of the castle (@Eustacebaaaang) September 2, 2017
This one is for Army brats
When u live 2 much in Cantt areas;
Asked my son abt background of Eid Ul Azha. He replied “once Hazrat Ibrahim took Major Ismail..”
— Junaid Akhtar (@junaidashaikh) September 2, 2017
You are not alone, Junaid. You are not alone
RT if you’ve all dressed up but rolled up like a ball in your bed scrolling through news feed liking people’s happy looking Eid photos.
— Junaid Akram (@junaidakram83) September 2, 2017
We are so sorry, Saad.
Slow clap for the organization which sent me rejection email on Eid day. Real professional.
— Saad Amjad (@SaadAmjad_) September 3, 2017
Easy on the meat, darling
I think I gained atleast 5kgs this eid😂
— toobz (@toobaastugfaar) September 3, 2017
I must say, nicely done
Watched complete season 3 of Narcos. Season 5 of Prison Break and started American Gods.
Eid holidays done right
— peer (@kahayfaqeer) September 4, 2017
They always do this, don’t they?
My maid ditched me right before eid dawat pic.twitter.com/om9SAyby7m
— Nabeha Latif (@Nabehal) September 5, 2017
Last but not the least here is Umar Akmal for you with his bull, all dressed up in pink kurta
— Umar Akmal (@Umar96Akmal) September 2, 2017