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4 Ramadan Cartoons We Are Nostalgic About

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Every year with the approaching of Ramadan, we start to get all these new drama TV series trailers; and with all these ads, we got a little bit nostalgic about our Ramadan rituals and habits growing up. Back then when we waited every year to watch the new season of our favorite cartoon. And since we are feeling extra nostalgic with Ramadan coming, we are remembering our favorite Ramadan cartoons:

Bakar:

Of course, Bakar is on the top of our list. The very first season of Bakar was aired back in 1998. It is about an Egyptian boy living in Upper Egypt, and he goes through different adventures with his goat pet, Rashida. The legendry Mohmed Mounier sang the theme song of Bakar; and it is for sure was a big hit that it is still stuck in our heads till that day.

This Ramadn, a new season of a more animated version of Bakar will be aired on TV

AlMaghmron Al5amsa:

 

AlMaghmron AlKhamsa is originally a crime book series that was a hug hit back in the 70s. Decades later, AlMaghmron AlKhamsa was turned into a cartoon TV show. The five unique characters and the catchy theme song made that crime cartoon show truly unforgettable.

Zaza W Garger:

That was such a unique puppet show aired on TV during Ramada in the early 2000s, the show featured the two main characters Zaza and Garger who took on so many crazy yet funny adventures.

Super Henedy:

Super eh? Super Henedy! That cool cartoon show made its debut appearance in Ramdan 2007. The characters were inspired by many talented real-life actors; however, it was a crime show yet extremely funny. Of course, the two main characters were voiced over by the super stars Mohamed Henedy Tala’t Zakria always granted us a good laugh

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Egyptian Memes that will Crack you Up if you Spent the First Day of Ramadan in front of the TV

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It’s only the second day of Ramadan and the internet is already coming up with hilarious meme ideas featuring the new Ramadan Series and TV ads. And as we all know, the internet is merciless and meme queens never shy away from an opportunity to make people laugh. Shall we begin? 

 
The stylist who dressed Hisham in this T-shirt while promoting the health and well being of unprivileged children

Knowing exactly how this whole thing is gonna go down by watching only the first scene of Ekhtefaa


Giran expectations vs. Giran reality, brought to you by the stud: Dhafer L’Abidine


Lama el AD yesa2att yerakwar wesh Mohamad Ramadan

Mabrouk ya hanem, hadretek hamel fi 29 Big Tasty


Ahla da2n tarkeeb di wala eih?

Ostaza Dina teheb teshkor el ostaza Dina 3ala maghoodat el Ostaza Dina


Dalee3a ya fandem


Again, Dhafer <3

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This 1930s Guide on how Women Should Act on a Date Will Blow your Mind

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Today, ladies and gents of the 21st century, I’ve gathered up a pretty interesting photo album that dates back to 1938. The album consists of a string of the most important dating advice that you’ll ever come across. Trust me, you will crack up when you dig through this abomination of an album. So, powder your nose and tighten up your corsets because gals, your men are gonna be wowed after you apply the following:

Yes, Susan. Don’t drink because it dumbs you down even more. Order coke, it’s safer. Nope, not the white kind.

Come’on, Susan! You know how fragile his masculinity must be, don’t push it! Men hate being touched.

I once talked to my date about a backpack that I’d just bought, and it surely didn’t end well…because of the backpack thing, of course. Now, I start conversations by asking about his car engine or about his testosterone levels.

Susan, I told you before! “Man” needs his mirror badly. “Man” hurts “neck” when “man” looks behind.

Notice how they wrote “Men” followed by “Girls” like being a “woman” wasn’t even a thing.

Sorry to be the one to break it down to you, Rosa but Ralph left you because you liked crossing your legs. Besides, you never laughed at his terrible jokes. And the gum thing at the diner was just too much for his grown ass to take.


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Basically, avoid anything that has a wiener. Let him speak on behalf of the both of you because f*ck common sense.

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Netflix And Ramadan: New Arabic Shows Coming Up

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Netflix invited us to its special Ramadan exclusive session in Dubai.

We got so indulged in Netflix that we didn’t want to go back to the real world. With the holy month coming up in two weeks, Netflix gave us a sneak peck to its special Ramadan schedule and we can’t wait to binge watch all these new shows.

While we wish we could Netflix for the rest of our lives; our habits change somehow in Ramadan. Statistics show that in Ramadan, we tend to believe that we have two or three extra free hours compared to the rest of they, and people reported that they usually use this extra time to watch TV series and movies (more Netflix!).

Lucky for us, we get to work fewer hours in Ramadan, which gives us at least additional three hours during the day, that we can definitely use to catch up with all the shows we have been saving for later

With an average bed time between 2 to 5 am, Netflix is adding a bunch of new cool shows, and this time in Arabic. From documentaries to movies, Netflix is giving us a new experience. The news shows include the Egyptian series “The secret of the Nile”, a film tour on the Egyptian/American stand up comedian, Ahmed Ahmed, and a documentary called “Speed Sisters” that is about the Arab world’s first all-woman race car team.

Check out the new shows Coming to Netflix:

Make sure to catch up with all the new shows and tell us about your favorites!

 

Happy Ramdan

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