Indian women dating culture
Our taste buds have become impervious to American spices; Tabasco ain't got nothin' on us.
I'm a Starbucks gold card member and I would still take an Indian-style chai made at home over a Starbucks chai latte any day. Lululemon will continue to make overpriced, trendy, stretchy pants and Equinox will continue to charge asinine prices for yoga classes.
A typical homemade chai is made with cinnamon sticks, some fresh ginger, a dash of masala spice or dry mix, and a black tea of your choice, like Darjeeling. Still, fact remains that despite these attempts to commercialize yoga, it was founded in a Hindu context millions of years ago, with the goal of introspection through a lens of divinity. We value our parents' opinions more than those from any other culture.
In fact, we value them so much so, that in our native homeland, Indians still put up with arranged marriages and they're okay with it because Mom and Dad know best.
White girls go tanning to look like us, and come out of the tanning salon looking like clementines. Say no more if you have an ex you want to mess with or parents who recently cut you off; we'll take care of it.
We'll prank call whoever has been messing with you and pretend to be an Indian take-out restaurant with our legit-sounding accents."Thank you, come again."Does your wedding involve the groom riding in on an elephant? How about four separate, over-the-top ceremonies commemorating the bride and groom? Indian women have some of the most luscious hair amongst all types of women across the world.
A typical Indian film features a clichéd story about two lovers who want to be together, but for whatever reason, they cannot be.
The film will feature five to 10 musical numbers, which will include the lovers running up and down mountains in colorful outfits.