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  doctorwhogirl  |  0

I'm Muslim to "does secret cool Muslim handshake"
but yeah you just sort of say thanks but I don't drink and then they try ask you questions about why you can't which make you launch into a lengthy conversation about your religion( I tend to slip in some stupid stuff like how when we all pray together we can control the weather) it's so much fun and they believe it for a while anyway.

  murdersquirrel  |  15

You don't need to discuss your religious beliefs. You can say 'I don't drink' and leave it at that. There are so many reasons to not drink, and it's a personal decision.

  Jaxx66  |  21

2- since when cant Muslims drink wine?? My friend can drink wine. It's true they don't break open a bottle for Ramadan (sp?) but they still drink it.

  magic99  |  3

Very devout muslims don't drink, but they can just regift. A recovering alcoholic getting wine is much worse because they were once addicted and will have more trouble controlling the urge than a Muslim/ non-drinker.

  VertigoF8  |  2

You might be a Muslim, but you obviously don't read the Qur'an.

"And do not give the weak-minded your property, which Allah has made a means of sustenance for you, but provide for them the unacceptable gifts given to you from others as a means to feed, clothe, and quench their thirst."
An-Nisa (4:4)

Basically, Allah invented regifting. Hint hint.

  Enslaved  |  36

Yes, but vodka bottles are twist tops where most wine bottles need a cork screw. Hopefully the neighbor didn't have one and fell off the wagon.

You didn't know, OP. Wine is a great gift to anyone else. I received a few great ones myself this holiday. (: Hob Nob my fav.