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Man's Tweets Go Viral As They Describe His First Christmas Spent With Friends As A 'Part-Time Job'.

Man's Tweets Go Viral As They Describe His First Christmas Spent With Friends As A 'Part-Time Job'.

“Do you want to sleep in on a Saturday? Too bad. Go put up some lights inside the house. Oh, you want to sleep in on Sunday? Too bad. Go put up some lights outside the house,” he tweeted. The tweets soon went viral among the Twitterati and have been widely shared

Mohammad Hussain is a Muslim lad who has long avoided the bustle of Christmas shopping, tree-decorating, and countless Christmas-related gatherings.
However, his year, Hussain won't be going to his home due to the pandemic and so he is staying with his “amazing roommates” in Ottawa. For the first time, he is experiencing what it means to have a “proper Christmas." He shared his experiences through tweets, which detail all the pomp and rituals with “anthropological precision.” The tweets soon went viral among the Twitterati and have been widely shared, with Hussain’s initial tweet receiving 343,000 likes by Monday night.

 



 

 



 

 

“I knew some things [about Christmas] were funny. I knew the idea of Christmas as a part-time job is very true but no one had thought of it,” he laughed.
“I was like, 'I’m going to make the 17 people I have on a Twitter laugh. I was like, ‘let’s go, this will get their attention.',” he shared.
“Do you want to sleep in on a Saturday? Too bad. Go put up some lights inside the house. Oh, you want to sleep in on Sunday? Too bad. Go put up some lights outside the house,” he tweeted.



 

 

He poked fun at how his friends were “agonizing over the gifts you must buy” and the depressing fact that “your gift budget does not matter".
"You can set this budget as high as you want but the perfect gift will always be $10 too expensive. There is no winning. Just give up," one tweet said.

 



 

 

As the tweets gained fame, Hussain encouraged people to donate to several charities, such as the Milton Halal Food Bank and the Parkdale Food Centre, to help people who’ve had a rough time this year.
 



 

 



 

 

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Source: CTV News

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