The 3 Best Halal Burger Places In Metro Detroit

The 3 Best Halal Burger Places In Metro Detroit

The list just may make you hungry by reading it.

Being Muslim there's a whole 'nother appreciation for a burger that's not only delicious but also halal. Now, personally, I still eat food as long as it isn't pork simply because of the lack of convenient halal food on a college campus. Regardless, finding a good halal place is definitely a treasure worth note and without question a place that you'll hear about from any brown person craving a burger.

Here are the go to's and they're really interchangeable on convenience.

1. Famous Hamburger

Amazing presentation, a diverse menu of shakes and burgers, and the only one on this list with a location in Dearborn and a second in Canton as well.

2. Good Burger

This place also only has one stop in Dearborn, but is definitely noteworthy for its massive burgers and mouth-watering presentation.

3. Taystee's Burgers

Taystee's is a solid Michigan choice but stands as a limited choice with their only store being in Dearborn — a theme common among many of the Halal stops for fast food.

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10 Gifs You Can Relate To If You Are Always Hungry

For The Starving College Student

Literally no one understands your pain when you say you're hungry. You are craving every and any food in sight, and it is always at the wrong time: in class, during yoga or even at a funeral. Sometimes you may think a demon has possessed your stomach while trying to get creative in order to communicate with you. The hunger pangs are real even though you just ate a bag of chips, two tacos, a handful of Jolly Ranchers, a pizza lunch-able kit and a slice a cake less than ten minutes ago. Enjoy these gifs that I hope you can relate to, as these are the same exact feelings I am currently having while typing this in class.

1. When you whine to your friends about the endless pit that is your stomach:

2. When you are at a party and you camp out by the food table:

3. When you get home and don't know which snack to eat first so you eat all of them at once:

4. Your face when someone says they will bring over pizza:

5. Watching impatiently as someone else prepares a gourmet meal for you:

6. When you can feel your corrosive stomach acid dissolving your inner stomach wall lining:

7. When you eat too much salt and you become bloated:

8. When the solution to all of your woes is eating that slice of cake you have reserved for bad days:

9. When the waiter brings out the free bread and you can't wait for your actual dinner:

10. When you get creative when there's too much food to eat in too little time:

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For The Love Of Color

Don't be blue, wear what makes you feel confident.

Lately, I have been seeing tweets that have been about a certain color of clothing and skin color. There's been a lot of talk about the color yellow and how white people are ruining the beauty of this color. It is a confusing concept to wrap my head around.

Of course, darker skin tones look phenomenal in yellow, but also they look amazing in any color they choose to wear. New colors trend every season. Prior to yellow, burgundy and olive green had the spotlight. Now yellow happens to be the spring and summer trend of 2018.

So, what if an Ecuadorian woman wears yellow and has very light skin? Is it okay if she wears yellow because she technically has a white skin tone? What about an Italian woman who has naturally dark skin? Does she get a loophole? What if a Nigerian woman’s favorite color to wear is black?

I love the color yellow and I don’t want to be judged for wearing a color that was not invented last month and is just a part of the rainbow. Nor should anyone else be judged for what they choose to wear. What I’m trying to get at is that we should just stop shaming women for their choices, because haven’t women already been through enough? If any woman chooses to wear black one day, purple the next, and yellow the following day, so be it.

Women are beautiful for the unique skin tone and in every color outfit they chose to wear. We should empower women, not bring them down, especially if you are a woman yourself.

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