Brown Girls: The Importance of Culture

Thursday, January 29, 2009


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18 comments:
Hema said...

Ha. Good one. At my son's preschool I am always "encouraged" to bring in "traditional" food!

Nimisha said...

Haha. Cute image of the boy wrapped in the sari.

Sarah said...

Funny! I really like the comics about family life and little kids! And it's cool to see real stuff too. I saw the poster in a design mag, do you happen to know where you can get it?

Anonymous said...

Oh no tell me none of our kids would be that confused by a sari?!?

Anonymous said...

Ha. It is my dirty little secret that I still can't properly tie a sari. I have probably gone to over 500 events at this point and I always manage to have somebody do it for me and some poor aunty has to fix me in the bathroom!

Tani said...

Hahahaha. Maybe the brown girl mommas need to trade in their Loubs for some Indian Mommy lessons!

SM said...

Haha. I have a friend who put on a sari after a long time and her daughter asked her if it was Halloween!

NYC mom said...

ha! I totally used our ethnicity to get my two kids into the school we wanted. When you live I'm NYC you to what you gotta do!!

blackmamba said...

my my... and all I saw were the Louboutins. :)

heh, good one.

usha reddy said...

love this one!

priyanka said...

I would wear a sari everyday if it meant I could get some louboutins!!! Haha ;)

Anonymous said...

hilarious!!!

pallavi said...

haha this is so true!

anya said...

this made me laugh put loud. But is it really true for you guys? My kids eat Indian food all the time and are very familiar with Indian clothes...

MEENA said...

That last image is hilarious!

sarita said...

come on people don't really go to such lengths do they?

Supriya said...

haha! good one! Also my worst fear come true!
Supriya

Preya said...

We can all relate to this is so many ways. brilliant!

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