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    For the somali sisters and brothers (OP)




    Mashallah, i have noticed that in this forum there are lot of somali ppl. Im somali sister, too (suprise ) and i would like to get to know you, insha Allah. And at the same time learn the somali language with you. I know it is much easier to write english but let us try to write in somali islamic threads.
    I can tell you that my somali is not that good but i will try, Insha Allah.

    First let me introduce myself

    Walaalayaal waxaan ahay inan soomaaliyeed oo diinteeda jecel, isguna dayeysana iney sii barato si wanaagsan, Insha Allah. Waxaana daganahay wadan ka mid ah wadamaha scandinaivia. Waxaan wadankaas dagnaa muddo 17 sanno ah. Alxamdulillah, waxaan ka soo baxay jaamacadda waxaana halkaas ka bartay kemistiriga ( im not sure if you write that way ). Imikana waan shaqeeyaa. Walaalayaal waxaan niga codsanayaa inaad idunkuna sidaas isku sheegtaan haddaad rabtaan ma aha khasab, Insha Allah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullahii View Post
    I love anjeelo,i actually call it laxoox but there's something better CHECK IT OUT!

    Theres nothing like Laxoox and some Shah in the morning before a long day in the office.

    What is that, some type of cake?

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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullahii View Post
    I love anjeelo,i actually call it laxoox but there's something better CHECK IT OUT!

    is it just me or doesnt this look like xalwad? i mean the brown thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar-RaYYan View Post
    is it just me or doesnt this look like xalwad? i mean the brown thing
    I think your right sister, I like Xalwad but just a little at a time, otherwise I get a mad sugar rush.

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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    ofcourse its halwad....wallahi i love it but...the people who make it have a tendency of adding a large amount of sugar ...i like it when its not full of sugar,with nuts abit of hail....nice and simple

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    I think we Somali's have major issues with the amount of sugar we put in our tea and Ma'a Ma Aaan (Thats probably spelt incorrectly lol). At work when ever tea is offered to me and I ask for my usual 3 teaspoon of sugar, everyone thinks I'm some sort of crack head on sugar, and thats when I'm holding back on the amount of sugar I actually want lol.

    Do we have issues with Sugar or isit totally acceptable to have 3-4 teaspoons of sugar in your tea?

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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    I avoid sugary things all together

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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    ahh now we know why u r always so sour! lol.
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    its crazy,i think its safe to say ive drank tea one in the last 5 years if not more....

    they way i see my family and others drinkin it,it has to be addicting.


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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    Quote Originally Posted by Sahabiyaat View Post
    ahh now we know why u r always so sour! lol.



    batameez^.........im messing............

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayan333 View Post


    its crazy,i think its safe to say ive drank tea one in the last 5 years if not more....

    they way i see my family and others drinkin it,it has to be addicting.


    Ive actually had tea about 5 times in my life maybe more but i never drink it

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    ya im not a fan..idk y
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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    Quote Originally Posted by ayan333 View Post


    its crazy,i think its safe to say ive drank tea one in the last 5 years if not more....

    they way i see my family and others drinkin it,it has to be addicting.


    I use to never drink tea, like never, until I entered the world of...The Office Worker...full of 40 tea breaks a day and 99% of the work force is living on Coffee, without it their life would fall to peaces and arguments and stress would mulitply by 2000%.

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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    I find it hard to function without having a cup of tea in the morning.
    Last edited by AbuSalahudeen; 04-27-2009 at 08:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullahii View Post
    ofcourse its halwad....wallahi i love it but...the people who make it have a tendency of adding a large amount of sugar ...i like it when its not full of sugar,with nuts abit of hail....nice and simple
    hmm Xalwad without the usually amount of sugar somalis put on? sounds appealing
    the amount of sugar people put in xalwad just puts me off eating it i might aswell eat the sugar itself

    Do we have issues with Sugar or isit totally acceptable to have 3-4 teaspoons of sugar in your tea?
    course we got an issue!! do you know what the annoying thing is? the fact that when you go to somebody's house they just give you the tea and you dont have a choice how much sugar you want !
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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    is this tea talk now :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar-RaYYan View Post
    hmm Xalwad without the usually amount of sugar somalis put on? sounds appealing
    the amount of sugar people put in xalwad just puts me off eating it i might aswell eat the sugar itself



    course we got an issue!! do you know what the annoying thing is? the fact that when you go to somebody's house they just give you the tea and you dont have a choice how much sugar you want !
    Thats when you start bringing in your own little bags of sugar, that is unless its too much sugar (is there such a thing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by IbnuFarah View Post
    Thats when you start bringing in your own little bags of sugar, that is unless its too much sugar (is there such a thing).
    haha no way my mum would kill me! seriously even though im old enough to know when im full they actually force you to eat more! hmm mashllah our aunties what would we have become without them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar-RaYYan View Post
    haha no way my mum would kill me! seriously even though im old enough to know when im full they actually force you to eat more! hmm mashllah our aunties what would we have become without them
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    there's no cordial treatment better than ayeeyo's mashallah

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    Re: For the somali sisters and brothers

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullahii View Post
    Ive actually had tea about 5 times in my life maybe more but i never drink it
    Just 5 times in your life? Not even shaah caano when you were a kid? It's a surprise to see a Somali that has drank so little of tea. I must have atleast 5 a day to open my eyes... 'when the sweat oozes, and clarity lifts the hues of caajis from the shoulders of sight. As Somalis say: 'Raggi waa shaax, dumarina waa sheeko' or Men are to tea as women are to gossip. Ahem. A bit harsh, I know but that's the camel boy mentality for you. Typical geeljire.

    Intaa ka dib, waxaan dhamaantiin idin ku salaamayaa salaanta salaamaha ugu qaalisan, oo ah mid ay ku dheehan tahay raxmad iyo kalgacayl. Salaantaasi oo ka soo go'dey kasha iyo laabta, oo uu carrab oraah macaan bartey idiin soo gudbiyey. Phew! One learns about such formal Somali greetings when reading letters for Islaamaha qararafsatada ah.

    Anyway, I am glad you brothers and sisters are eager to learn more about Somali, and it would be an honour to be here when you - to learn and to hopefully understand more of our rich language. Been teaching the little Somali I know as part of the UK GCSE for sec. school Somali kids for a few months now, and everytime I go through the teaching materials, I never fail to discover new wisdoms or murti deeply-set in the very fabric of our language. From the poetry to the folk-tales, from the grammer to the literatures, Somali is indeed a poet's language. We were not called the Nation of poets for no reason, I suppose.

    Writen too much I guess but forgive me. I am here before my usual somali forum is today offline hence why I am here.

    Err...did I introduce myself horta? guess not.

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