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عن أبي سعيد الخدري، عن الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: “ لتتبعُنَّ سَنَنَ من كان قبلَكم ، شبرًا بشبرٍ وذراعًا بذراعٍ ، حتى لو دخلوا جُحْرَ ضبٍّ تبعتُمُوهم”. قلنا : يا رسولَ اللهِ ، اليهودُ والنصارى ؟ قال : “فمَنْ” صحيح البخاري حديث ٧٣٢٠

Narrated Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “You will follow the ways of those nations who were before you, span by span and cubit by cubit (i.e., inch by inch) so much so that even if they entered a hole of a mastigure, you would follow them.” We said, “O Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ)! (Do you mean) the Jews and the Christians?” He said, “Whom else?” Sahih al-Bukhari 7320 In-book reference : Book 96, Hadith 50
USC-MSA web (English) reference : Vol. 9, Book 92, Hadith 422

Useful phrases if you go to Korea...

How do I get there?
여기 어떻게 가요?
(Yeo-gee eo-tteok-ae ga-yo?)

I didn’t understand
못 알아 들었어요
(Mot al-a deul-ot-o-yo)


How much is it?

Can you recommend me something?
뭐 하나 추천해주시겠어요?
(Meo-ha-na chu-chun-hae-joo-shi-get-eo-yo?)

It’s delicious
(Ma-shit-eo-yo) or (ma-shi-eo-yo) either way you guys are comfortable with :)

I can only speak a little bit of Korean
한국어 조금만 할수 있어요
(Han-kook-eo jo-geum-man Hal-Soo-it-eo-yo)

Little- 조금 (jo-geum)
A lot- 많이 (man-ee)
Thank you- 감사합니다 (gam-sa-hap-nee-da)
It’s ok/it’s ok- 괜찮아요 (Gwen-chan-a-yo)
No- 싫어요 (used when you don’t want to do something) <shil-eo-yo> 아니요 (used when your just saying no to a question) <ah-nee-yo>
Yes- 네 (nae)
Your welcome- 천만해요 (chun-man-hae-yo)

Finally done with this one… Today’s might be a little hard to pronounce so I’ll go over it in the vid…. I put everything in here in formal because you don’t want to speak informal I Korea or else you’ll be mistaken as if you didn’t learn manners…always ask me more useful phrases that you guys thought about!

Today A Kid On The Street Called Me Rachel Dolezal

This kid with his friends yells, “Lady looking like Rachel Dolezal!” I looked at him and SCREAMED into a laugh. I laughed so hard. He was confused for a sec, then he starts laughing real hard, as do his friends, and we’re all laughing so hard we start crying.

Brooklyn teenagers will never let you down. 

All us comedians need to give up because that kid just won comedy.


(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoeAquN_jWE)