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They ask you, [O Muhammad], what has been made lawful for them. Say, "Lawful for you are [all] good foods and [game caught by] what you have trained of hunting animals which you train as Allah has taught you. So eat of what they catch for you, and mention the name of Allah upon it, and fear Allah ." Indeed, Allah is swift in account.

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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby haanaazo » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:19 pm

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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Faery » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:20 pm

Omg VF is being called fat abd aged in her new ig pic lnao
She does look so aunty
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

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Al-Baqara
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Al-Baqarah
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First verses of al-Baqarah
The Cow or Sūrah al-Baqarah (Arabic: سورة البقرة‎, "The Cow") is the second and longest chapter (Surah) of the Qur'an.[1] It consists of 286 verses, 6201 words and 25500 letters [2]. It is a Mediniite surah, that is to say that it was revealed at Medina after the Hijrah, with the exception of a few verses which Muslims believe was revealed during the Farewell Pilgrimage, the last Hajj of Muhammad.[3]
This is the longest Surah in the Quran. It was the first Surah to be revealed at Medina, but different verses were revealed at different times, covering quite a long period so much so that the verses with regard to riba (interest or usury) were revealed in the final days of Muhammad, after the conquest of Makkah (Maariful Quran).
Verse 281 in Surah Baqarah was the last verse of the Quran to be revealed, on the 10th of Dhul al Hijjah 10 A.H., when Muhammad was in the course of performing his last Hajj, and only 80 or 90 days later he died (Qurtubi).
Surah al-Baqarah enjoins fasting on the believer during the month of Ramadan.[4]

Contents
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Background
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Theme and subject matter
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Notable verses
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Exegesis
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See also
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References
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Background[edit]
It is the longest Surah in the Qur’an and was revealed over a long period. It is a Mediniite Surah dealing with the Hypocrite (Munaafiqeen) and injunctions pertaining to various matters.
It includes many verses which have virtues like the first four and last three verses and the special Verse of the Throne (Aayatul Kursi). Muhammad is reported to have said,
“Do not turn your houses into graves. Verily, Satan does not enter the house where Surat Al-Baqarah is recited.” [Muslim, Tirmidhi, Musnad Ahmed]
Ad-Darimi also recorded that Ash-Sha`bi said that `Abdullah bin Mas`ud said, "Whoever recites ten Ayat from Surat Al-Baqarah in a night, then Shaytan will not enter his house that night. (These ten Ayat are) four from the beginning, Ayat Al-Kursi (255), the following two Ayat (256-257) and the last three Ayat.
Theme and subject matter[edit]
The surah addresses a wide variety of topics, including substantial amounts of law, and retells stories of Adam, Ibrahim and Musa. A major theme is guidance: urging the pagans (Al-Mushrikeen) and the Jews of Medina to embrace Islam, and warning them and the hypocrites (Munafiq) of the fate God had visited in the past on those who failed to heed his call.[5]
The stories in this chapter are told to help the reader understand the theological conception of truth in Islam.[6]
Surah Baqarah also mentions three qualities of the God-fearing (Muttaqeen), that is those who possess Taqwa: 1) They believe in the unseen. Faith (Imaan) is believing and accepting something one cannot see i.e. trusting in Muhammad and the Qur’an. It is believing everything which is part of Imaan, the Angels, destiny etc. 2( They establish Prayer (Salaah). The major sign of a person with Taqwa is they perform Prayer/Salaah. “Establishing” Salaah is fulfilling its requirements, internally with feelings in the heart, and externally fulfilling its requirements (Wudhu, compulsory elements (wajibaat), Sunnahs, reciting with tajweed etc.) and feeling a connection with Allah. In a tradition or hadith, Muhammad said, “Prayer is the Mi’raaj of a Mu’min” and in Mi’raaj he spoke to Allah. (In the Surah preceding Surah Al Baqarah, i.e. Surah Fatiha Muslims are believed to have a dialogue with Allah). 3)They spend from what Allah has given them, as this is a form of worship too- namely, considered a financial worship. Spending in the way of God (i.e. giving Sadaqah), is to spend from what Muslims believe that Allah Himself gave them. Sadaqah comes from “Sidq” which means “True” as it shows the truth of a Muslim's Imaan (faith).
Verses 8-20 in Surah Al Baqarah refer to the Munafiqeen, the hypocrites. In the Meccan phase of Muhammad, there were existed two groups, the Believers and the Mushrikeen (non-believers). However, after Hijrah (Emigration to Medina) Muhammad had to deal with the opposition of those who openly accepted Islam while secretly plotting against Muslims. Their leader was Abdullah ibn Ubayy who was about to be crowned king before the arrival of Muhammad in Medina. The hypocrites benefitted from the Muslims while not losing their association with the disbelievers. They were considered disloyal to either parties and inclined towards those who benefitted them the most in the worldly sense.
The surah also sheds light on the concept of Nifaaq, which is opposite of sincerity. It is of two types:
1) Nifaaq in belief: outwardly showing belief however in reality there is no belief 2) Nifaaq in practice: where people believe however they act like hypocrites. The signs of a hypocrite are lying, breaking promises, not keeping an amaanah or trust and when they argue they curse or use bad language.
According to a prominent scholar, Kamaluddin Ahmed, Nifaaq is something that is within the heart, hence no one knows of its existence except Allah. Therefore, no one can be called a hypocrite or Munaafiq through one's own self-assessment. This would amount to making Takfeer i.e. calling someone a Kafir (non-believer) since Nifaaq (hypocrisy) in belief is kufr.
Condemnation of alcoholic beverages and gambling is also first found in the chapter,[7] and it is one of only four chapters in the Qur'an to refer to Christians as Nazarenes instead of the more frequent terms People of the Book or "Helpers of Christ."[8]
Al-Baqarah contains several verses dealing with the subject of warfare. Verses 2:190-194 are quoted on the nature of battle in Islam.

The surah includes a few Islamic rules related to varying subjects, such as: prayers, fasting, striving on the path of God, the pilgrimage to Mecca, the change of the direction of prayer (Qiblah) from Jerusalem to Mecca, marriage and divorce, commerce, debt, and a great many of the ordinances concerning interest or usury.[5]
Notable verses[edit]


The Throne Verse (Ayat Al-Kursi) in the form of a calligraphic horse, India, Deccan, Bijapur - 16th century
Verse 216 "The Jihad verse"
Verse 255 is "The Throne Verse" (آية الكرسي ʾāyatu-l-kursī). It is the most famous verse of the Qur'an and is widely memorized and displayed in the Islamic world due to its emphatic description of God's omnipotence in Islam.
Verse 256 is one of the most quoted verses in the Qur'an. It famously notes that "there is no compulsion in religion". Two other verses, 285 and 286, are sometimes considered part of "The Throne Verse".[9]
Exegesis[edit]
Concerning the verse, "They are deaf, dumb, and blind, so they return not "(2:18), Ja'far al-Sadiq has narrated that there is destruction for the servants of falsehood and there will be deafness, blindness, and muteness which Allah will make them inherit of the Day of Judgement. They will not be speaking and will not have permission to present their excuses. [10]
It is mentioned in Kitab al-Kafi that Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq narrates that on the Day of Judgment, one dirham will weigh as much as the mountain of ’Uhud, because "One who generously lends to God will be paid back in many multiples of the loan. . . ." (2:245) and this was a special reference to the payment made to an Imam. [11]
See also[edit]

Quran portal
Ayatul Kursi
References[edit]
^ Salwa M. S. El - Awa, Introduction to Textual Relations in Qur'an, pg. 1. Part of the Routledge Studies in the Qur'an series. London: Routledge, 2005. ISBN 9781134227471
^ Ibn Kathir
^ Mahmoud Ayoub, The Qurʾan and its interpreters, pg. 55. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984. ISBN 9780791495469
^ Michael Binyon, Fighting is 'allowed' during the holy month of fasting The Times, 18 December 1998
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a b Sadr-'ameli Sayyid Abbas. "Surah Al-Baqarah, Chapter 2, Introduction". Al-islam. Retrieved 14 May 2015.
^ R. G. Ghattas and Carol B. Ghattas, A Christian Guide to the Qur'an: Building Bridges in Muslim Evangelism, pg. 40. Kregel Academic, 2009. ISBN 9780825493423
^ Kathryn Kueny, The Rhetoric of Sobriety: Wine in Early Islam, pg. 66. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001. ISBN 9780791450536
^ Karen Steenbrink, "Muslims and the Christian Other: Nasara in Qur'anic Readings." Taken from Mission is a Must: Intercultural Theology and the Mission of the Church, pg. 200. Eds. Frans Jozef Servaas Wijsen and Peter J. A. Nissen. Volume 40 of Church and Theology in Context Series. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. ISBN 9789042010819
^ Prana Dev (2010). Spiritual Quest of a Baby Yogi: Journey Through Islam, Christianity, and Beyond. ISBN 978-1-4502-6904-9.
^ Al-Kulayni, Abu Ja’far Muhammad ibn Ya’qub (2015). Kitab al-Kafi. South Huntington, NY: The Islamic Seminary Inc. ISBN 9780991430864. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
^ Al-Kulayni, Abu Ja’far Muhammad ibn Ya’qub (2015). Kitab al-Kafi. South Huntington, NY: The Islamic Seminary Inc. ISBN 9780991430864. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
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Wikisource has original text related to this article:
The Holy Qur'an (Maulana Muhammad Ali)/2. The Cow
"The Cow", a manuscript, dating from the 13th-century, of the al-Baqarah via the World Digital Library
Qur'anic Verses, a manuscript for al-Baqarah from the 13th-century
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby hereforthetee » Wed Dec 05, 2018 6:48 pm

After the MUA fiasco at her sisters wedding is anyone going to be willing to travel to her? I guess they’ll just ask for the fee in advance now. They can’t risk the same thing happening to them
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby hereforthetee » Wed Dec 05, 2018 6:51 pm

Also, do blob and Zahra go to the same lip clinic? They both have similar pouts. Has VF ever had fillers?
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Snarktastic » Wed Dec 05, 2018 9:43 pm

Most definitely they used the same person. Their lips are just awful looking.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Snowflake24 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:06 am

Lol to all the girls trying so hard to drown this thread with text, you guys do realize that we can click your username and click “ignore” and your giant walls of text are minimized into nothing right? But please, keep up the hard work since you have nothing else better to do with your lives lol


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Somewhere below the clouds there is an island called the United Kingdom. In the south of this island there is a city called London. In the south of this city there is a small village. And in this village there lives an eleven year old boy called Adem.
No, no. His name is not Adam. It is ‘Adem’. That’s right, there is an ‘e’ instead of an ‘a’ just before the last letter ‘m’. Adem is a Turkish name. Both Adam and Adem mean ‘the first man in the world.’
Adem is a curious boy who loves reading. He reads all kinds of story books. He also reads The Guinness Book of World Records. This is his favourite.
The young boy loves to talk about the things he reads in his Book of Records. If Adem were here now, he would already be talking about Sultan Kosen of Turkey who is eight feet and one inch tall. Sultan Kosen is the tallest living man in the Guinness Book of World Records!
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from school with his two best friends, Ben and Jonathan. Adem is the one with dark hair, olive skin and beautiful blue eyes. You cannot miss him because Ben and Jonathan are both blonde boys with fair skin.
Adem’s father is Turkish and his mother is English. He got his looks from his father, but his eyes are the same colour as his mother’s.
Adem hears someone say ‘Merhaba.’ He turns around and waves at his Turkish friend, Metin. Then Adem replies by saying, ‘Merhaba!’ This word means hello in Turkish. The first Turkish word Adem ever learnt to say was ‘Baba’. It means Dad.
One day, when Adem was a little boy, he asked his Baba, ‘Am I English or Turkish, or am I half of each?’
His Baba thought about this question for a moment, then answered, ‘You are not half of anything, my son. You are both full Turkish and full English.’
Adem liked this answer very much.
Sometime later, Adem got his face painted with an English flag while he was at the carnival. When his Baba saw Adem’s face he was really quite shocked, but Adem said, ‘It is okay, Baba. Don’t you remember, I am full English as well as full Turkish.’
Adem gives a high five to Ben and Jonathan and then approaches us and walks beside us along the pavement. He smiles up at us. ‘Did you know that in June 2003 a Turkish man called Muhammed Rashid entered the Guinness Book of World Records with his moustache that was over five feet long! That is a very long moustache,’ says Adem, his smile becoming even bigger. ‘My Baba has a big moustache too, and bushy eyebrows. But his moustache is not as big as five feet, thank Allah!’
Adem says ‘Allah’ instead of God, because Adem is a Muslim boy.
Adem notices a man walking in the street with a dark blue velvet Kippah. ‘A Kippah is a Jewish hat,’ says Adem, just so we know.
Then the young boy notices a Sikh man wearing a traditional Turban. Adem loves this variety of different cultures walking along the same street.
‘My Baba owns a restaurant,’ Adem tells us. He looks at us directly with his serious eyes, as if he is teaching us something very important. ‘It is not a kebab restaurant. In my Baba’s restaurant they make vegetarian stew and serve it with special bread called Pide bread. It is very tasty.’
Adem’s Baba has a favourite food. It is called Okra. Okra is a vegetable that tastes a bit like a pickle. Adem’s Baba puts lemon on the Okra because he says it makes the vegetable taste extra special!
‘I really like Kebab,’ Adem tells us. ‘I know it is not very healthy, but it tastes really good.’
Suddenly, the young boy looks a little uncomfortable, as if there is something he wants to tell us. He seems to concentrate, formulating the words inside his head. ‘Every Thursday,’ he says after a moment’s silence, ‘my Baba comes and picks me up. I don’t like Thursdays anymore. There is something about my Baba that embarrasses me. I want to talk to him about it, but I love him and don’t want to hurt his feelings.
It’s not always easy to talk to parents, you know. For example, last Saturday after we had been swimming, I bought a really nice chocolate cake and my friend Ben and my Baba were with me in a café. I was eating my cake when my Baba whispers in my ear that I have to give some of my cake to my friend Ben. Baba said that this is a custom in Turkish culture. It took me ages to whisper back and explain to my Baba that in English culture it is rude to offer my friend half eaten cake as I know he has some money in his pocket, and if he wanted to have some cake he would buy some for himself.’
Adem explains to us that his Baba has lived in England for a very long time, but he still does not have many English friends. The young boy says it is as if his father still lives as he used to live in Turkey. ‘That is okay,’ Adem tells us, ‘but it is sometimes difficult for me to understand some of the Turkish traditions, and there are so many of them to remember.’
Adem has almost arrived at the meeting point where his Baba has told him to wait to be picked up after school.
Today is a Thursday.
He looks a little bit nervous as he scans the street. ‘I have tried to do something about this embarrassment,’ he informs us earnestly, ‘but it has not worked yet. I do not know how to talk to my Baba about the way he acts when we are with my friends.’
Adem stops on the corner. He still looks a bit nervous. ‘This is where my Baba picks me up,’ he says.
There are lots of children from Adem’s school standing about on the corner: some waiting to be picked up by their parents, some heading for the bus or walking home in pairs. Adem pretends to read his book. He doesn’t want any of his friends to be near him when his Baba picks him up.
This is when Adem notices Emily. Emily is beautiful. She has blonde hair and blue eyes and Adem has fancied her ever since they were both in year five.
One day, Adem’s history teacher placed all of the children in pairs for a school project. Adem was placed with Emily. The children had to make a Motte and Bailey castle. The best castle would win a prize.
So Adem and Emily spent a lot of time together and worked really hard on their castle. Then, when the judging day came, THEY WON! And that’s when the fancying began, because Emily had hugged Adem. From that moment to this, whenever Adem sees Emily, he feels a warm feeling inside.
Emily is approaching the corner where Adem is waiting for his Baba to come pick him up. Adem looks very uncomfortable all of a sudden. ‘Oh no! Here is my Baba’s jeep coming around the corner. Baba is coming! Emily is coming! Baba is coming! Emily is coming!’
Adem quickly sits on the floor and pretends to tie his shoelaces while attempting to hide from his Baba and from Emily. But it is no use; the young boy can tell that his Baba has spotted him. The jeep pulls up to the kerb and Adem’s Baba steps out. Meanwhile, Emily is getting closer and closer, and now she can see Adem and his Baba together next to the jeep.
Adem’s Baba throws a smile. ‘Are you OK, my big boy?’
Adem stands up now and his Baba grabs a hold of him and gives him a big cuddle and a kiss. ‘Come on Adem,’ says his Baba in a cheerful voice, ‘won’t you give me a kiss!’
Adem looks around, then quickly kisses his father on the cheek and jumps inside the jeep before Emily gets any closer and laughs at him for kissing and hugging his father when Adem is a big boy now and should be more grownup.
Father and son do not talk to each other for a couple of minutes as they drive through the busy streets heading for home. Baba looks at Adem and asks again, ‘Are you OK, my son?’
‘Yes,’ says Adem, but his voice is not very convincing.
Adem’s Baba knows that his son is not happy because he knows him very well and they are very close. ‘Come on,’ he says, ‘why don’t you tell me what is wrong.’
Adem thinks for a little while. He knows what to say, but he does not want to hurt his Baba’s feelings. Eventually, the young boy summons up the courage to speak his mind. ‘Baba, there is something I need to tell you, something that upsets me. There is a person who upsets me. That person is…’ Adem pauses for a moment, unsure how to continue.
‘Someone has upset you! Tell me who it is.’ Baba says to his son.
‘Well it is…’
‘Yes …Come on!’
‘Well…’
‘Is it someone at school, a teacher, a friend, a bully?’ asks Baba, clearly concerned for his son
‘No, Baba.’
‘Who then?’
There is another long silence as Baba steers the jeep through the village towards home.
Adem takes a deep breath, then says, ‘It is you, Baba. You upset me.’
‘Me?’ asks his Baba. ‘What have I done, my son?’
Adem does not say anything, so Baba pulls the jeep into the kerb and switches off the engine so that he can properly talk to his son. ‘Tell me what did I do, Adem?’
Adem looks at his Baba, at his big bushy eyebrows and the lines that crease his forehead and make him look like he is angry. Adem knows that his father is not angry but upset. He feels bad that he has made his Baba sad, but he plucks up all of his courage and tries to explain himself. ‘You know that I am eleven now,’ he tells his Baba. ‘and that I am very grownup.’
‘Yes definitely,’ says his Baba with a touch of pride in his voice.
‘You know it was OK to cuddle me and kiss me in front of my friends when I was at primary school, but I do not want you to do that in front of my friends anymore.’ ‘So… you do not want me to kiss and cuddle you anymore, is that it?’
‘No, no, Baba. I like it when you cuddle me, but I don’t want you to kiss and cuddle me in front of my friends at school because I am too old for that now and they will laugh at me.’
‘It is a very Turkish thing to do, I suppose,’ admits Baba as he starts up the jeep and steers into the evening traffic. He looks a little sad and Adem wants to cheer him up.
‘Baba?’
‘Yes, my son?’
‘Shall I make a cup of tea for you and mummy when we get home?’
Baba smiles at his precious son. ‘That would be lovely, Adem. But please do not put any milk in my tea. You know that I like it black. This is the Turkish way to have tea and the Turkish way is best for me.’ His Baba winks at Adem as he says these words.
Adem smiles because he knows that his Baba understands why he was embarrassed, and he also knows that his Baba loves him very much.
‘Can we play a game tonight?’ asks Adem as the jeep rounds the final bend towards home.
Baba does not look upset anymore and reaches over and ruffles Adem’s hair and waves a finger at his son. ‘We can play a game as long as you don’t cheat again like you did last night.’
‘I didn’t cheat,’ Adem laughs. ‘You cheated.’
Baba and Adem both laugh at this and continue talking about Adem’s day at school and all of the things he did and all the facts he has memorised from his Guinness Book of World Records.
And that was the last time that Baba embarrassed Adem in front of his friends.
But whenever they are playing together at home, Baba will often grab his son and wrap his big arms around him and tease him that he is never be too big for a cuddle.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Ali_kaii » Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:07 am

So if her company is dissolved guys and she’s still trading using the name “VanityFemme” she could be in serious trouble with the Law, what she’s doing is illegal, and the money isn’t hers to keep
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Itsonlybants » Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:14 am

Lol this ‘foe’ is a great option. Blocked!

VF is on a mad rant again because somebody called her fat but we can’t judge her but it’s ok for the abusive nasty troll to abuse others and claim it’s a ‘clapback’.

Stick to your poundshop wedding planner and start messaging insta people for freebies in return for shout outs. We know that’s how your wedding will be going down.

Where’s the family photo? Is that cos half of them are separated? Heard the freshly SIL has been kicked out. Prob couldn’t put up with all these interfering sisters. Also Natasha’s husband was prob also missing so dwarfy couldn’t upload any photos of her gang.

What’s this pish about moving to Birmingham? We know you’re moving to Slough the ghetto and enjoying date night to Steaakout. Living the dream.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby simi100 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:50 am

Safira wrote:I added them as foes :tu: poor Umar feel like he's an innocent down to earth person who doesn't know much about VF's past. One day he will find his way to this site and only God knows how he's gonna react. Does anyone know if Natasha is divorced or is it just rumours? I agree knew thread is needed. Any suggestions what we should name the thread? What about Vanityfemme got shagged in library? Or Vanityfemme and Umar Bari :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: Then this Umar guy will find the new thread very soon :FU: don't know how else we could direct him to this forum, his insta is private and he's not on fb..


She thinks by spamming she will stop this thread. If she had stayed on at school she would work out that the first 55 pages can be read and they tell anyone more then enough. This poor guy - he seems straightforward and doesn’t deserve this.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Runway_Ghost » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:10 am

Add those 2 knobs to your foe lists then we won't see their comments... ;)
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby simi100 » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:16 am

Itsonlybants wrote:Lol this ‘foe’ is a great option. Blocked!

VF is on a mad rant again because somebody called her fat but we can’t judge her but it’s ok for the abusive nasty troll to abuse others and claim it’s a ‘clapback’.

Stick to your poundshop wedding planner and start messaging insta people for freebies in return for shout outs. We know that’s how your wedding will be going down.

Where’s the family photo? Is that cos half of them are separated? Heard the freshly SIL has been kicked out. Prob couldn’t put up with all these interfering sisters. Also Natasha’s husband was prob also missing so dwarfy couldn’t upload any photos of her gang.

What’s this pish about moving to Birmingham? We know you’re moving to Slough the ghetto and enjoying date night to Steaakout. Living the dream.


No one can abuse her yet she is free to abuse everyone, including the stuff we blocked above. The irony of it.

Why did they chuck the freshie daughter in law out?

And what happened with her sis marriage. Do you think it’s karma for the way she treated the MUA and all those brides she didn’t provide dresses for?

If that’s the case VF has a truckload coming her way. She doesn’t ever acknowledge her own bullying. All screenshotted.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Runway_Ghost » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:23 am

zulawula wrote:Chut-saray is Madiha obviously. Also VF is not marrying Umar. The guys shes marrying is a darkie


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She is marrying Umar. It's all tagged on her pics and he commented too as well as a girl who say's she is his cousin and congratulates them
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Snarktastic » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:34 am

Feel so bad for the poor imported sis in-laws must be rough dealing with this sort.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby hereforthetee » Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:45 am

I think she once posted a picture of her sister in law and she was a very pretty girl. They must have given her a hard time poor girl. I remember when the elder nephew was always with VF but she stopped posting her niece and nephew after the MUA fiasco.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Safira » Thu Dec 06, 2018 10:33 am

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2uhpjef ... AleixNKiT9

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=sd00np&s=9#.XAlfMRNKiT9

Screenshots from yesterday when she was bitching on IG like an old fucking cxxt. She’s so insecure, she needs mental help. Her anger issues will destroy her relationship. She IS a fatty!!! She has no life, sits on the gram constantly and reading every comment carefully like a fucking lunatic. She blocked me literally after 2 minutes because I told her to relax and watch some star plus :rofl: :rofl: Who even does that? She's a psycho
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Chut-saray » Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:11 pm

I heard someone jumped in the Clyde today .....I was hoping it was one of uz
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Leyana » Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:35 pm

Chut-saray wrote:I heard someone jumped in the Clyde today .....I was hoping it was one of uz


Was that not you!!!
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Snarktastic » Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:15 pm

Chut-saray wrote:I heard someone jumped in the Clyde today .....I was hoping it was one of uz


Hope your atleast getting one of those watches they perpetually hawk.
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Re: Vanityfemme aka Mariyah Ahmed

Postby Faery » Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:46 pm

haanaazo wrote:faery your dad was good last night

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