Funniest hijabs that everyone talks about

Wearing a hijab can cause women to feel a range of emotions on different days, but more and more they are learning to laugh when things go slightly wrong! There are even memes being made showing jokes about wearing a hijab. Of course, it is important to draw a line and ensure jokes don’t become offensive, but as long as those who dress in this way are laughing too, then it’s usually acceptable to join in.

It’s very common in western countries where most women don’t wear a hijab to have some questions about what it’s like to wear one. Women who wear a hijab often find it funny when people think they do absolutely everything in it – including taking a bath or shower. Some people also ask questions about what’s underneath, often to the amusement of those who wear one – people often ask women wearing a hijab if they are bald underneath!

Silk hijabs are notoriously difficult for keeping in place, so it’s quite common to experience some mishaps when wearing one. This is especially important when doing sports – be sure to choose a jersey type material so it won’t interfere when playing sports.

Another thing which makes hijab-wearing women laugh is when people assume they can’t do any of the things non-Muslim women do. Some people think women who wear a hijab are not allowed to follow the latest fashion trends, or can’t take care of their appearance and experiment with different make-up looks. Those who wear a hijab also laugh when others suggest they are not able to act silly and enjoy life, or go out with friends.

Hijab-wearers also laugh when people think they put the pins for their scarves into their scalp, or even if people ask if they are allergic to the sun! It’s also sometimes amusing when children make comments to their parents about women wearing a hijab. Some commonly mentioned comments include asking if the lady is a nun or thinks they are a ninja! Children sometimes even ask their parents if the women have ears under their hijab, and think they might not be able to hear them.

Every hijab-wearing woman has a funny story to tell about their times wearing one, and if you ask them, they’ll surely be happy to tell you about it. Laughing together is a great way for different cultures to integrate and learn to get along.…

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Top 3 favourite theme parks in UK

I have recently watched the Jurassic World movie and have been inspired to review the best theme parks in UK. We do not seem to have a park filled with extinct dinosaurs but England has amazing rides and attractions to offer for all ages. Here are the theme parks people love and adore.  

  1. Thorpe Park
    Now, this is hands down one of the best theme parks in Europe. It holds some of the fastest, scariest in the island. It is located about 20 miles from London in Surrey and it is definitely a park for thrill seekers. Most of the rides are built to scare and you should definitely try the Derren Brown’s Ghost Train. You will be blown away by the 4D experience and live action sequences.
     
  1. Alton Towers
    A beautiful location makes this park such an amazing attraction for the people in the UK. There is a beautiful neo-Gothic estate in the middle of the park for a calm stroll in-between the thrills of the rollercoasters. It is located in Staffordshire and it holds many hotels and other attractions that are not rides. My favourite – newly opened UK’s forst rollercoaster restaurant, where your food is brought by a rollergoaster. Have you heard of the new Galactica – a rollercoaster with virtual reality integration!Roller coaster rail ride in the park
     
  1. Blackpool Pleasure Beach
    One of the UK’s oldest theme parks has been on the shores of Blackpool since 1890’s. It is impossible to miss this amazing place as you can hear screams of thrill-riders, music and laughter from even a large distance. All of these things prove how amazing Pleasure Beach is. What makes the experience so joyous? It holds around 130 rides with 12 roller-coasters. Fun fact: 6 of the coasters have wooden supports, the largest number in the whole of Britain.
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