Under May’s Covid-19 lockdowns, Eid al-Fitr was one for the history books. But with lockdown restrictions starting to ease in many parts of the region, Eid al-Adha could be our first slightly more normal Eid under pandemic restrictions.
Whether you are still stuck spending the holidays alone, or if you have a huge family celebration planned (aligned with local health and safety measures), Eid is still destined to be the most exciting—waistband expanding—time of year.
But let’s not forget, for many young Arabs, especially those who are vegan or who have toxic family members, Eid can be an equally challenging time psychologically.
And there’s no better way to ease the Eid stressors than to indulge in one of our favourite past-times: Eid memes. Every year, a few days before the holiday begins, new memes start to emerge, wiping the floor with the memes of Eid’s past.
Here are the 10 best Eid memes of 2020.
The only handshake i am looking forward to this eid#Eid #eidmemes pic.twitter.com/W4eKlpF5UO
— Shariq Malik (@Shariqastic) June 4, 2019
#EidMubarak #Eid #EidulFitr #EidMemes pic.twitter.com/fALopXbrdU
— S.Omar 🌀 🇨🇦🇨🇦 (@Faaz_23) June 15, 2018
Double tap if you can relate!
.#Kermit #KermitMemes #Eid #EidulFitr #EidMemes #Eidi #EidMoney #Money #KermitTheFrog #Relatable #Muslim #Islam #Ramzan #RamadanMemes #SHEMagazine #SHEMagazineofficial pic.twitter.com/7lmS8VZCIF
— SHE Magazine (@Shemagazine63) June 10, 2018
Me on Eid after grasping eidi from all relatives pic.twitter.com/CXrq104sBI
— Panda stan account (@GoStartstudying) July 26, 2020
*Girls on Eid*
6 am. 11 am https://t.co/LP1EiFQzcg pic.twitter.com/MaYIx9JMPS
— Shay (@_Makuna_hatata_) July 26, 2020