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The difference between qurbaha and back home

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The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby theyuusuf143 » Fri May 17, 2019 6:36 am

1. Back home no body goes out without Ironing his/her clothes. There is an Iron in every home. In Europe we don't give a shit , unless it's an special occasion or you work in place that you have to look in a certain way . We wear clothes straight from the dryer . Ironing is not cheap , I am sure Ironing is the single most energy consuming Appliance in every household in somaliland. And the worst part is iidoors sit for khat right after the ironing , and sheekhs sit for a very long ataxyaad during their prayers. :lol: Ironing trousers makes no sense it's waste of money , time and energy. Especially if you eat khat or pray 5 times a day.
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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby theyuusuf143 » Fri May 17, 2019 6:36 am

2. Back home peaple eat at least 3 times a day, and if they miss one single one they get angry . The worst part is you have to eat on time otherwise food gets bad quickly , this is one of the reasons we are poor . We waste a lot of food because you can't keep it fresh for 2 hours if you don't have a fridge.

3. In Europe you can rarely feel hungry because of the climate and most people eat once or twice a day. In fact I never had breakfast for a very long time. And the good thing is food never goes bad no matter if it's winter or summer. You cook something today , leave it on the table (no fridge) 12 hours later it's still fresh . This Never happens back home . This is one of the main reasons why Europe is Rich , they waste nothing at all.

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby Turbulence » Fri May 17, 2019 6:37 am

The ironing thing and the labis every time one leaves the house. Shaqo la'aan ayaa ka badatay.

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby theyuusuf143 » Fri May 17, 2019 6:57 am

The ironing thing and the labis every time one leaves the house. Shaqo la'aan ayaa ka badatay.
Baalash kaa kasii daran , daily waa in kabaha laguu baalasheeyo. Markan wadanka tago celebrity baan u ekaadaba , guriga laguuma ogola inaad bilaa kaawiyad baxdo waaba iska culture caadiya oo dumarku la qabsadeen. waar xitaa rayiisluhu caadi maaha 5 dollar hadaad bixiso kurtoo dhan baa laguu dhaqaya timahana waa laguu xinnaynaya yagoo awalba iska madooba oo aad dhalinyaro tahay. Wejigana waxa laguugu dhamooqaya waxad ciid moodo oo ay face scrub dhahaan. Gebigaaga oo dhan baa widhwidhaya . Markaasan sidan u socdo marfishka fadheesta. Inanta shaaha ii keenta adeeg waneegeda baan gartaa inaan xoogaa dhalaalayo duhurkii . Laakiin guriga anigoo gubtaan ku laabta habeenki , jactaday oo midh sigaara uraya . Kkkkkkkkk

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby paperino » Fri May 17, 2019 9:11 pm

3. In Europe you can rarely feel hungry because of the climate and most people eat once or twice a day. In fact I never had breakfast for a very long time. And the good thing is food never goes bad no matter if it's winter or summer. You cook something today , leave it on the table (no fridge) 12 hours later it's still fresh . This Never happens back home . This is one of the main reasons why Europe is Rich , they waste nothing at all.
You actually leave cooked food on table for 12 hours, in winter with heat on or summer, and then eat it?

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby FarhanYare » Fri May 17, 2019 9:45 pm

3. In Europe you can rarely feel hungry because of the climate and most people eat once or twice a day. In fact I never had breakfast for a very long time. And the good thing is food never goes bad no matter if it's winter or summer. You cook something today , leave it on the table (no fridge) 12 hours later it's still fresh . This Never happens back home . This is one of the main reasons why Europe is Rich , they waste nothing at all.
You actually leave cooked food on table for 12 hours, in winter with heat on or summer, and then eat it?
I sometimes do in winter only at night though if am super lazy to transfer it to containers. Summer you are asking for trouble.

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby theyuusuf143 » Sat May 18, 2019 12:17 am

3. In Europe you can rarely feel hungry because of the climate and most people eat once or twice a day. In fact I never had breakfast for a very long time. And the good thing is food never goes bad no matter if it's winter or summer. You cook something today , leave it on the table (no fridge) 12 hours later it's still fresh . This Never happens back home . This is one of the main reasons why Europe is Rich , they waste nothing at all.
You actually leave cooked food on table for 12 hours, in winter with heat on or summer, and then eat it?
Yes that's normal for me. If you smell or taste the food is as fresh as it was 12 hours ago. I am pretty much sure this is normal for most folks living in Western Europe. Although we tend to always use the fridge , sometimes you may live the pot on the cooker over the night .

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby Timiro1999 » Sat May 18, 2019 2:09 am

1. Back home no body goes out without Ironing his/her clothes. There is an Iron in every home. In Europe we don't give a shit , unless it's an special occasion or you work in place that you have to look in a certain way . We wear clothes straight from the dryer . Ironing is not cheap , I am sure Ironing is the single most energy consuming Appliance in every household in somaliland. And the worst part is iidoors sit for khat right after the ironing , and sheekhs sit for a very long ataxyaad during their prayers. :lol: Ironing trousers makes no sense it's waste of money , time and energy. Especially if you eat khat or pray 5 times a day.


Faarax gacan adag, dadka energy ga ka sheekeya iyo qiimahiisa noloshu way gaaban tahaye iska xaragood xoolahaga markad dhimatid iilka kula geli maayan.

Lkn wadankii waxaad arkaysaa nin aan shaqayn oo hadana islantii hooyadii dadka wadnaha kaga qabanayso "inanka dharka u kaawiyadeeya, sariirtiisa u gogla, faraxal u geeya, cuntada u geeya, weelka la soo qaada"
Waar yaa ILLAAHAY yaqaana inanku miyuu faro la' yahay.
Intaas oo dhanba wuu qabsan karaa

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby Timiro1999 » Sat May 18, 2019 2:13 am

The ironing thing and the labis every time one leaves the house. Shaqo la'aan ayaa ka badatay.
Baalash kaa kasii daran , daily waa in kabaha laguu baalasheeyo. Markan wadanka tago celebrity baan u ekaadaba , guriga laguuma ogola inaad bilaa kaawiyad baxdo waaba iska culture caadiya oo dumarku la qabsadeen. waar xitaa rayiisluhu caadi maaha 5 dollar hadaad bixiso kurtoo dhan baa laguu dhaqaya timahana waa laguu xinnaynaya yagoo awalba iska madooba oo aad dhalinyaro tahay. Wejigana waxa laguugu dhamooqaya waxad ciid moodo oo ay face scrub dhahaan. Gebigaaga oo dhan baa widhwidhaya . Markaasan sidan u socdo marfishka fadheesta. Inanta shaaha ii keenta adeeg waneegeda baan gartaa inaan xoogaa dhalaalayo duhurkii . Laakiin guriga anigoo gubtaan ku laabta habeenki , jactaday oo midh sigaara uraya . Kkkkkkkkk


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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby theyuusuf143 » Sat May 18, 2019 3:57 am

1. Back home no body goes out without Ironing his/her clothes. There is an Iron in every home. In Europe we don't give a shit , unless it's an special occasion or you work in place that you have to look in a certain way . We wear clothes straight from the dryer . Ironing is not cheap , I am sure Ironing is the single most energy consuming Appliance in every household in somaliland. And the worst part is iidoors sit for khat right after the ironing , and sheekhs sit for a very long ataxyaad during their prayers. :lol: Ironing trousers makes no sense it's waste of money , time and energy. Especially if you eat khat or pray 5 times a day.


Faarax gacan adag, dadka energy ga ka sheekeya iyo qiimahiisa noloshu way gaaban tahaye iska xaragood xoolahaga markad dhimatid iilka kula geli maayan.

Lkn wadankii waxaad arkaysaa nin aan shaqayn oo hadana islantii hooyadii dadka wadnaha kaga qabanayso "inanka dharka u kaawiyadeeya, sariirtiisa u gogla, faraxal u geeya, cuntada u geeya, weelka la soo qaada"
Waar yaa ILLAAHAY yaqaana inanku miyuu faro la' yahay.
Intaas oo dhanba wuu qabsan karaa

Faraxal kaasi waaba qosol dhawr marbaan cabay, oo aan ku khaldamayba mandiibada xun . Anigu waxan kaloo aqaan tuwaal garxajis ka , markan faraxasho madaxaygan faraha ku qalajiya :lol:

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Re: The difference between qurbaha and back home

Postby Timiro1999 » Sat May 18, 2019 8:25 am

1. Back home no body goes out without Ironing his/her clothes. There is an Iron in every home. In Europe we don't give a shit , unless it's an special occasion or you work in place that you have to look in a certain way . We wear clothes straight from the dryer . Ironing is not cheap , I am sure Ironing is the single most energy consuming Appliance in every household in somaliland. And the worst part is iidoors sit for khat right after the ironing , and sheekhs sit for a very long ataxyaad during their prayers. :lol: Ironing trousers makes no sense it's waste of money , time and energy. Especially if you eat khat or pray 5 times a day.


Faarax gacan adag, dadka energy ga ka sheekeya iyo qiimahiisa noloshu way gaaban tahaye iska xaragood xoolahaga markad dhimatid iilka kula geli maayan.

Lkn wadankii waxaad arkaysaa nin aan shaqayn oo hadana islantii hooyadii dadka wadnaha kaga qabanayso "inanka dharka u kaawiyadeeya, sariirtiisa u gogla, faraxal u geeya, cuntada u geeya, weelka la soo qaada"
Waar yaa ILLAAHAY yaqaana inanku miyuu faro la' yahay.
Intaas oo dhanba wuu qabsan karaa

Faraxal kaasi waaba qosol dhawr marbaan cabay, oo aan ku khaldamayba mandiibada xun . Anigu waxan kaloo aqaan tuwaal garxajis ka , markan faraxasho madaxaygan faraha ku qalajiya :lol:
Isagoo weliba taydh lagu soo daray ayaad cabtay faraxalkii markaasad suuligii u hoyatay.
Reerkiinu cuntada markay cunaan meelna iskama mariyaan iyagoo af dhalaalaya leh ayay siibakhti afka dhooqada ah dhigaan


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