They have definitely picked a very beautiful saree to photoshop the American actress and comedian Tina Fey with … btw, Freaking News is a news oriented top Photoshop Pictures contest site on the web. View more wacky photos of the 30 Rock fame here but trust me, the saree version is the best.
Here is the A-Z of the body measurements.
He has all the different measurements covered up to V.
W is the shoe size, X is the ring size, Y is the hand size and Z is the head size! Size of your wallet
We need to standardize this process and “master tailors” have to stop adding arbitrary inches here and there! How can you expect the saree blouse and other tight fitting garments to fit you like a glove if you don’t measure right!
Draped in stunning drapes, Lord Drapery will drape his arms around your shoulders and give you a noble hug. Then he and his stately lamp will wander off into the night until the cord is pulled taut.
From Poorly Dressed
Nope, this is not a saree. The picture is that of genuine Deepika though.
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This is really a nice one: in case you missed it, look closely and you will see that next to the instructions on how to wear saree, there is a 1000 count box of safety pins! Clever!
She should just get a t-shirt that says “my other dress is a saree” and be done with it!
Wachi left a funny comment today:
Indian women wear Saree only to open at crucial spots. They wear minimum of six meters of Saree, but they don’t cover their total body. Sexiest dress in the world is nothing Saree. We have population explosion, because we have Saree!
I don’t fully understand his comment, but I think what he is trying to say is that, just from the pure effectiveness point of view, as measured by the population explosion in India, saree is the sexiest dress ever.
The average birthrate in the world is about 20 births/1000 persons; the Indian birth rate is about 23 births per 1000, so the extra 3 births per 1000 is attributable to the sexy sarees that Indian women wear!
Also, the world population growth rate has gone down over the last 30 years and the number of women wearing sarees has gone down over the last 30 years; coincidence? I think not.