How does an Indian girl tell her family she will be wearing a Western dress to her wedding?
"Sorry, not Sari."
If your superpower is to shapeshift, do not transform into an Indian garment
Or you'll be Sari
I saw an Indian woman the other day. I said, "Nice robe."
She said, "It's not a robe."
I was like, "Woah, sari."
I'm thinking about opening a clothing store. Half the store will carry only traditional, colorful women's gowns from India, and the other half will carry everything else.
I'm going to call it Sari/Not-Sari.
Joke translated to English
Once upon a time, there was a young Indian man named Ram who fell in love with a beautiful white woman. Although his parents did not approve, he stubbornly married the woman and brought her to live in the home he shared with his parents.
The next day, Ram's mother, named Sita, made breakfast...
I accidentally spilled my coffee on an Indian friend's dress
I told her I'm sari.
A guy finds a lamp, gets a wish and asks to become very lucky.
He starts finding money, he wins the lottery, never loses whatever bet he makes. Get lucky with ladies, with people, with stock exchange. His luck starts to make him lonely, all his friends are tired of it. His wife leaves him.
One night, after getting kicked out of the casino...
Justin Bieber is on a game show...
He is asked the question; "what is one of the most popular pieces of clothing in India?" Bieber's mind is racing, well as fast as his mind can race, but the timer buzzes. Time is up. Put out, Bieber cries out, "Is it too late to say sari?"
What do you say when you walk in on an East Indian woman dressing?
Two months ago my teacher asked me the name of the clothes indian women wear.
Is it too late now to say "sari"?