These Are The Kind Of People You Will See At Taraweeh In Every Mosque

These Are The Kind Of People You Will See At Taraweeh In Every Mosque

If you’re an avid taraweeh guy who visits the mosque daily in Ramadan, you will know exactly what we’re talking about! Yes, these are the people every single mosque in Pakistan caters to during taraweeh.

You know these people on and off the prayer mat. These are the people who live in your locality.

But when inside the mosque, it’s like they have a whole new personality!

1. The Muslim footballer

The Muslim footballer

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The skinny kid who shows up to taraweeh in a Liverpool or a Barcelona Jersey.

2. The Smart 8ers

The Smart 8ers

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The smart and sly ones who leave after the 8th rakaat and don’t come back.

3. The Very Smart 8ers

The Very Smart 8ers

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The extremely smart ones who leave after 8 rakaats , go get ice cream, eat it and come back for the last two rakaats so nobody noticed – they always stand at the back.

4. The Caniving 10ers

The Caniving 10ers

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These ones leave the Masjid after the 10 rakat – since the 8ers have already left, nobody really cares.

5. The One Who Wears An Invisibility Cloak

The One Who Wears An Invisibility Cloak

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These are the ones who come to taraweeh the first day, complete all rakaats and never show up again, till the Eid namaz.

6. The Militant Mullah Uncle

This uncle is pseudo in-charge of the back row – busy in sending all the youth in to the next saff, which he doesn’t like going to himself.

7. The One Who Smells Like An Ittar Bottle

The One Who Smells Like An Ittar Bottle

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This man will smell like he threw a whole bottle of ittar on himself. He probably carries more bottles in his pocket too.

8. The False Rukkuh Guy

 The False Rukkuh Guy

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Goes into Rukkuh at the wrong time, always!

9. The Man With the Longest Aaaaaaaaameeeen

The Man With the Longest Aaaaaaaaameeeen

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An Ameen so long, the rest of the Masjid really doesn’t have to say it.

10. The One Who finds Solace in Headbutting

The One Who finds Solace in Headbutting

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After Sajda, the Muslim brother behind you gets a little close and his head is bound to hit your- well, you know.

 If you can relate, tag and share the people who fit these attributes! Ramadan Mubarak!

Idea credits: Abdul Raheem Rudolph (Facebook)

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