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When is Mother's Day celebrated in Dubai ??

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18/03/2012 16:04:19
 
Some say 18th March and Some say 21st March.. confused !!!

TIA

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18/03/2012 16:05:56
 
You want to start this again??? Whaaaaa?

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18/03/2012 16:07:43
 

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18/03/2012 16:23:14
 
RKA663 wrote:
Some say 18th March and Some say 21st March.. confused !!!

TIA


The UK is celebrating Mother's Day today and the Arabic Mother's Day ( according to the banner in the card shop) is 21 st.

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18/03/2012 16:25:04
 
sorry i nvr went thro the old posts..

@ Sue62: Tnx

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18/03/2012 16:27:09
 
Yw

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18/03/2012 17:09:48
 
Ladies ,, we r not here in exam , ( keyboard is missing vowels ) but i think that you understand what she wants to say , right !?...

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18/03/2012 17:55:10
 
Depends on your nationality I suppose.
In OZ ours is not till May so will celebrate it then!

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18/03/2012 22:22:23
 
RKA663 wrote:
Some say 18th March and Some say 21st March.. confused !!!

TIA


EXACTLY!

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18/03/2012 22:24:32
 
loube wrote:
RKA663 wrote:
Some say 18th March and Some say 21st March.. confused !!!

TIA


EXACTLY!


Oh give it up please !! Exactly what ?? So the Brits say 18 th and the locals say 21 st....

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18/03/2012 22:27:21
 
Whatever!!! It's more like when the kids or Dh remembers to wish us..

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edited by Annedxb on 18/03/2012

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18/03/2012 22:31:01
 
Sue62 wrote:
loube wrote:
RKA663 wrote:
Some say 18th March and Some say 21st March.. confused !!!

TIA


EXACTLY!


Oh give it up please !! Exactly what ?? So the Brits say 18 th and the locals say 21 st....


CBA anymore.......the whole debate it has obviously got under your skin.........but this has proved my point, it can be confusing to some folks

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18/03/2012 22:31:37
 
Annedxb wrote:
Whatever!!! It's more like when the kids or Dh remembers to wish us..

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edited by Annedxb on 18/03/2012


never a truer word spoken

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18/03/2012 22:31:57
 
Goodnight y'all

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18/03/2012 22:38:08
 
loube wrote:
Sue62 wrote:
loube wrote:
RKA663 wrote:
Some say 18th March and Some say 21st March.. confused !!!

TIA


EXACTLY!


Oh give it up please !! Exactly what ?? So the Brits say 18 th and the locals say 21 st....


CBA anymore.......the whole debate it has obviously got under your skin.........but this has proved my point, it can be confusing to some folks


LOL !! nothing gets under my skin... I guess it depends whether you want to stick to the date for your home country or not...your choice, but don't criticise those who prefer to stick to their own... I chose today - you choose Wednesday!!...

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18/03/2012 22:49:14
 
a big issue in our house! lol

DD goes to british school so today was mothers day as far as she was concerned.

We are Canadian which is celebrated in May (2nd week in May) so we'll officially celebrate it then, as far as my mum's concerned and my dh!

lol

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