nimisha, निमिषा نيميشا (rockershrimp) wrote,
nimisha, निमिषा نيميشا

the "livejournal writer's block" question of the day is:
While India's Independence Day is often celebrated with kites, the US celebrated with fireworks. How does each methods reflect its culture?

what the heck kind of prompt is that? you know everyone's going to say "the US likes blowing crap up and kites are... pretty."

here are some ridonkulus answers:
"I'd prefer kites actually. I've never heard of a kid blowing up his hand with a kite. They are beautiful, don't pollute, and are legal."
"We like to blow sh*t up."
"It reflects what is important to ones culture in how great one nation is to their people."
"Eastern cultures are more refined, skilled, and peaceful.
America just likes to see things blow up. :D"

what happened to all the "why do you like bubblegum?" and "which care bear is most like you?" questions?
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