hi there! thank you very much <3! they have no religious significance, and are simply the equivalent of formal/semi-formal dresses in Sri Lanka/India. there are also casual saris for everyday wear, and again these are just cultural fashion. it is completely inoffensive, at least for me and my family, for people who aren’t of the culture to wear saris, especially to events where other people are wearing saris. in fact, oftentimes regular sari wearers will be delighted to see someone else wearing one! but of course, there ARE ways to be offensive - as in, i’ve seen people cutting up their saris and/or making them somehow more… provocative, and that’s pretty insulting, i think. hope that helps :) you should definitely try wearing saris, they make you feel like a princess!
<3 <3! No problem, I’m so relieved that Channel 4 had these war crimes documented and released for public viewing. It’s unbelievable that these inconceivably cruel acts of torture/murder/violence have gone unnoticed for so long. Hopefully international aid will help my home country out soon! <3
i’m sorry, but i think you’ve got the wrong number :(((
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!!!!! two of my *favorite* areas of mathematics applied to social networking. read these (especially part 3!) for some really cool insight into the math behind some of our favorite websites. this is for all you facebook/tumblr/twitter/hitRECord/etc addicts, and fellow math lovers as well! <3