Phatwa Factory

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// April 28th, 2007 // Blog

This site has the funniest policies page i have ever read! However, i don't tend to read policies pages, so i'm not sure how valid my opinion is.

The shirts are also quite amusing.

Just the thing to keep you going when you're spending Saturday afternoon in the office…

And if you're not spending Saturday afternoon in the office?

Well – bully for you!

14 Responses to “Phatwa Factory”

  1. organicmuslimah says:


    Love it. I get to go to work in a couple of hours and spend all night working on a take-home final.

    Yes! I love my lift :P

  2. poor things! I’m a lady of lesuire at the moment suffering from health problems so I’m trying to treat myself with good company (looks at Organic and Imuslim).

    OH PLUS, I bought a few DVDS a few days ago—so slowly going through them :D

  3. hehe the signs are lovely :D thanks for that

  4. Lucyp says:

    I am impressed that you read the policy statement. I don’t think i have ever read one for anything. Might explain the court actions come to think of it.

  5. iMuslim says:

    Organic – i love your lift too. (Sorry. I know that was a cheap shot, but i couldn’t resist!)

    Unique – you lookin’ at me?

    Lucy – the shirts, and the PHAQ proved to be so funny, that i couldn’t resist having a peek at the policy page, much to my delight. In fact, all of his pages are infused with humour! Check them out, if you haven’t already.

  6. what’s a lift? the elevator that takes you up one floor or down one floor?

  7. *sorry haven’t slept properly for yonks so maybe that’s why I’m not on the same page as you guys…*

  8. iMuslim says:

    Aww, sweedums.

    Organic made a typo, and wrote ‘lift’ instead of ‘life’ (i assume). And yes, a lift is a.k.a. an elevator. :)

  9. LOL! I get it, I finally get it :D Organic hasn’t been sleeping too then :(

    OKAY NEXT: What’s a MEME, why is it called a MEME, why wasn’t it called a PEPE for example? Thanks luv, I know I can rely on you to bring me the answers of the big unknown universe

  10. iMuslim says:

    Explanation of the ‘meme’ at Wikipedia

    The meme theory was proposed by Richard Dawkins… my favourite evolutionary biologist. *sarcasm alert*

  11. organicmuslimah says:

    Actually ‘lift’ is an Egyptian pickle. It’s when we pickle turnips.


    And finally I know what a MEME is. I hate them :)

  12. hema says:

    this has to be the funniest thing i have read all year. in fact, in think it’s funnier then maniac muslim(sometimes i jsut don’t get his humour) the policies page was funny, but i liked the question and answer section the best. i’m going to have to link this to my site, but first i believe i’ve been shamed into having a go at the handwriting thing lol. i’ll get my digital camera out. xx

  13. I asked what a meme is and I ended up reading an essay on natural selection :| *HEAD HURTS* Still don’t see the connection :|

  14. iMuslim says:

    Organic: So, you love your pickled turnip… and that is less embarrassing then a typo, how exactly?

    hema: i’m glad you enjoyed yourself! Maniac Muslim likes to take the rip out of MSAs, i’ve noticed. I think he has been scarred by some terrible student activism experience! I’m glad the shame game worked on you… can’t wait to see it! xxx

    Unique: yeah, well, i didn’t propose the theory, so don’t blame me for your headache! :)
    Basically, the theory of natural selection says that a gene remains in the gene pool of a species as long as it is advantageous to the survival of said species. According to Dawkins, a meme is a type of cultural phenomenon, e.g., a fashion, a type of speech, even a religion. Certain memes are more advantageous to society than others. The ones that prove the most advantageous, become popular, and remain in society. The others wither away and die.

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