[Limelight] Props to you!


#22

The cultural appropriation game is strong here. Americans calling tartan “flannel”. :roll_eyes:


#23

It looks real good, but plaid and flannel come before you know. Kilts xD Of course, America


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#26

Can my boys tie flannels around their waist? :cry:


#27

Thank you so much for this! I’m glad that the Limelight style is starting to grow. (Soon it might even be better than Ink!)


#28

I agree! It’s a shame “better than INK” isn’t that high of a bar :frowning:


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#30

Yay thank you


#31

Speak them facts! I would prefer in they gave us actual tartan.


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#43

So it would be okay to take a sari into American culture, call it something different and pretend Indian people didn’t invent it? The pattern is distinctly Scottish and should be identified as such. In Scotland, different families have different colours for their tartan. Episode should acknowledge that the pattern is Scottish