burn wrote:ah yes thank you everyone for the input.
1. he is going to take is very easy during the day, but i get to decided when and how much water he drinks. i'm going to be keeping a hawks eye on him. ramadan is not about putting yourself in danger. but he wants to do the most he can. hes got a lotta heart.
2. he can see boobies, but during the day he must deny himself sexual pleasures... no sex, no kissing, no jacking off!
3. we are bring lots of delicious dates that we got from a farm in saudi arabia to hand out during iftar (the sunset meal) and sahor (the meal at 1 am).
4. my boyfriend is obviously open minded enough to come to burning man. that should say something. interestingly enough this is the first ramadan that has fallen on the week of burning man and will be the last for another 15 or so years. in a city so huge and diverse, we were just trying to look out for other people keeping up a tradition they have. ramadan is all about family and improving oneself for the next year. does that not align with the burning man core values?
Roberto Dobbisano wrote:will somebody please tell these people that Burning Man is Satan's Birthday Party, and it specifically states on the back of your ticket that Lucifer and his Minions et Al have Exclusive rights to all souls within the confines of the Burning Man Perimeter Fence as well as all of Reno and most of Sparks.
Jews, Christians and Muslins had better beware, it's his party, and he'll fry if he wants to.
buddhists?, well, they're not really a religion, i consider them more like Amway or Mary K, and hence can pass as a pagan without too much trouble.
But you better bet your bippy Beezelbub will be out there, tempting your boyfriend to beat of, eat, and drink ALL AT THE SAME TIME!
i'm afraid that he might have a lapse in faith, and leave the desert a changed man.
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