Tbh it’s not the first time firangs have gotten obsessed with something Indian and came up with a fuck all American equivalent name for it. Remember how they called haldi ka doodh “Turmeric Latte: golden milk”?
“Health drink of your choice” Award Goes to Turmeric latte:‘golden milk’
which is our "haldi doodh" sold by Starbucks for $12 per Cup 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/n76mKANL29
— Rishi Bagree ऋषि 🇮🇳 (@rishibagree) July 22, 2017
Or when they thought Kylie Jenner took crop-top game to a whole new level when she actually just wore a friggin’ lehenga?
"oh mah gawd Kylie Jenner took the crop top dress to the next level"
no bitch, that's a lengha. pic.twitter.com/jGwrs3GH1n
— hypebaesharam (@My_DesiGirl) January 14, 2016
Or when Forever 21 there tried selling chappals by calling them “studio caleidoscope sandals”?
Forever 21 out here selling "studio caleidoscope sandals" THEYRE CHAPALS I CAN GET THESE FOR $5 FROM SABZI MANDI BITCH pic.twitter.com/lgIHiafekt
— Sarah Hamid (@sarhxm) May 31, 2017
Well, looks like it’s our beloved Gulab Jamun’s turn this time. Buzzfeed Tasty shared/uploaded a video of Gulab Jamun recipe on Facebook and Youtube recently and called Gulab Jamun “Indian Fried Donuts” and quite obviously, it triggered the desis there partly because the recipe was kinda shit and partly because of the fuck all American equivalent name.
Bruv how are they gonna call a Gulab Jamun an "Indian fried donut"??? pic.twitter.com/87mSVPTxJg
— Neeha (@NeehaFiroz) June 27, 2017
BuzzFeed's Tasty account called gulab jamun "Indian fried doughnuts." That's wack as fuck.
— k*r*n (@kg___sc) June 27, 2017
Although they did add Gulab Jamun in brackets later on Youtube but oh, well.
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