Eid is about joy, laughter, and celebration with family and friends. It’s about enjoying the moment, dressing in your best attire, eating your favorite dishes, and creating jolly good memories.
To bring more excitement to the occasion, let’s dive into the world of Eid-related memes. Get ready for a good laugh as we share a few Eid memes!
- The Money Meme: A vital part of the Eid celebration is gift giving and if there’s one thing kids love, it would be receiving money. Many Muslims around the world have made it a tradition for the elders to give money to those younger than them. So get your wallets ready because Eid’s about to get wild!
2. The Moon Meme: This one is very familiar! Some Muslims from across the globe choose to celebrate Eid in accordance with the moon, which is usually seen by the Saudi Arabia moon-sighting committee. However, some countries choose to go in accordance with when their local mosques announce or if they see the moon themselves with the naked eye. It’s a never-ending (peaceful) moon war.
3. The Eating Meme: Another vital part of Eid is indulging in your favorite meals, endlessly snacking, and of course, sharing generously with neighbors, friends, and family. Usually the day before Eid, many Muslims fast on the day of ‘Arafah’, which is one of the holiest days in the Islamic lunar year. After a long cleanse and fast, it’s time to enjoy the best dishes out here. It’s always fun to greet family and friends with a full stomach and a smile on your face.
4. The Messaging Meme: You know the drill. 😅 As soon as you get back from Eid prayer, you’ll find your phone buzzing with Eid messages from family and friends. Oh, and let’s not forget the awfully cute blinged-out Eid posters that aunties and uncles send around on WhatsApp messages. Gotta love it!
5. The Henna Meme: Get your Eid selfies ready and prepare to wow the crowd. Henna is a big tradition during Eid, it’s fun and beautiful. Luckily, it’s not permanent so if you mess up, it’s all good!
6. And FINALLY…Eid Mubarak!!! A special time of the year, where people gather in the congregation to show their devotion to their faith as well as spend time with loved ones. We hope you have a wonderful Eid Al-Adha and remember to stay safe while doing so!