Recently, a Twitter user incited controversy by posting an alluring question regarding others’ divisive Ramadan viewpoints that would have the general public circling the drain. Depending on individual viewpoints, the accompanying replies are be both humorous and enraging.
Controversial Ramzan food opinion that put you in this condition. pic.twitter.com/6BPUg3mdov
— If. 🇵🇰 (@mahhwords) March 19, 2023
Here are the replies:
Pakoray is overrated.
Tang is better than that extra sweet roohafza/jame shireen.
Yougart is not gonna help with your thirst in fast. https://t.co/tdTf3MelqS
— Afshan Tayyab (@AfshanTayyab__) March 20, 2023
rohafza isnt that good https://t.co/bO9l6f4tHS pic.twitter.com/m1uuVnbw5E
— fatima ☎️ (@famafat) March 19, 2023
Masala on fruit chat should be banned. Fruit chat with very finely cut fruit, also banned. Fruit chat with too many kharbooza, also banned. Fruit chat with sugar on top? Banned.
Fruit chat with cucumber slices though? An absolute blessing of Ramadan. https://t.co/NzpbQsXytG
— meh-lodrama (@ashirinium) March 20, 2023
Kharbooza ruins the fruit chat https://t.co/wxdiwmooaj
— Nomi Ansari (@nkansari92) March 19, 2023
A lot of people don't fast even if they don't eat anything between Suhoor and Iftar. They just stay hungry. https://t.co/MS9hu0fsN0
— Bombur. (@hangtemang) March 20, 2023
There is no need to eat dinner after iftari https://t.co/kc6iyIniZD
— AK (@SarkariDJ) March 20, 2023
coming back here to say khajoors are not good pic.twitter.com/R8Fo36CqLb https://t.co/ivXrnJoO4w
— zar 🍭 (@avrgcrybby) March 20, 2023