Though I don't know what Eid is? ^^;
I also don't know what Eid is :P
(Take this explanation with a grain of salt because I'm an atheist, but from what I understand:) at the end of Ramadan every year, muslims celebrate by having a huge party, basically, by going the local mosque for prayers, having a huge feast with family and friends, and gift-giving/charity. I think how long it lasts can depend on where in the world (I think in some countries you can get a few days off to celebrate Eid), but in the UK you should be able to get a day off for that even though it's not a national/public holiday like Christmas is ^-^'
I thought about bringing Hannah, Aleck's ex in here too, but... Fuck that psycho, I don't want her here. >.>
Fallon: (rushes in, fists swinging) wHERE?!
Alex: (trying to tug her away) Sorry everyone, but she, uhh, she gets a bit...
Izzy: (from the doorway) Passionate.
Alex: Passionate. (to Fallon) There's no point if she isn't here, come on. You need some pop.
Fallon: (grumble grumble grumble)
John: "Not gonna lie, I skipped a lot of it. Graduated pretty much 'cause I wanted my old man to be proud of me once before he died. To know I was gonna go to college. He never got to."
Vittoria: "Do I need to explain why a school run by nuns wasn't fun? I feel that's self-explanatory. Why didn't you go to school?"
John: "Didn't see no point in it."
Vittoria: Seems momentarily confused "So you did see a point in it?"
Vittoria: "But if you didn't see 'no point', then you saw a point."
John: "...A'right. I thought it was pointless."
After all the SPaG I had to do earlier, bows Bless you Vittoria, bless you both!
Haris's response is such a mood and a pretty accurate summary of how I felt about school x3
Haris: Personally, yes. For example, I pretend to like soap operas for my dear love here.
collapses dramatically on a couch, clutching my pearls nOOOooooOOOOooooOOO!
Forreal tho, enjoying soaps is very different to liking them in my book :P
Aden: I don't actually like dogs.
Q: How do you feel about traditions?
Maggie: I'm pretty meh about them. Some are pretty cool, but the rest either dunnae really have a point, or they're just... eugh. Take Christmas. Turkey and stuffing, that's reet nice, so's crackers and presents... but not how we have the bloody ads and decorations going at Halloween like November dusnae exist.
Reyhan: I kinda like traditions, actually; it's a connection to your past and your family's past. Sure, some of them are bad, but as long as we hold onto the positive ones...
Maggie: (snerks) We'll still have the Christmas ads in October, though.
Lamar: (shrugs) Whatever, as long as we still have turkey and presents.
Reyhan: (rolls eyes)
Q: What is the best part about your favourite holiday?