If you've lived in Qatar long enough, you would have noticed common social patterns and reactions during the month of Ramadan that are relatable.
Thus, the ILoveQatar.net (ILQ) team decided to pull out our stash of memes that are the ideal representation of those classic Ramadan situations in Qatar.
(In case you didn't know, the 14th night of Ramadan in Qatar is also known as "Garangao"- a celebration for children wherein they visit neighbouring households to get a share of sweets and nuts)
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