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1.
Sri Lanka a beautiful country in which people like A.Holmes are even accepted. Dispite the civil war between the Sinhalese and Tamils,Sri Lanka still remains as Asia's Tropical Paradise.
no man...it ain't fuck Sri Lankans...itz FUCK U A.HOLMES. What u got 2 say 2 dat mo'fucka?
ayon kay ~*Lankan Sista*~ ika-16 ng Hulyo, 2003
 
2.
The pearl shaped island off the coast of India that is the only home to the Sinhala civilization and one of the places where large numbers of Tamils reside. It has a long history that is found in a biased form in the Mahavamsha as well as a long religious threvada buddhist tradition and saiva hindu tradition. It is home of the burghers of Portugese and Dutch descent.
ayon kay bbuhki ika-08 ng Hulyo, 2003
 
3.
A country that has land which has not been killed by industried such as corporate America
Nigger : Yoa dawg my throats killin i cant breathe
Wigger : Yo bwai we need to hit some sri lankan air. Theyz gots no dumbass punanis over dere.
A. Homles : I wanna come too.
Nigger and Wigger : Yo fuck off cracka
*A. Holmes gets his ass kicked
ayon kay NAzi Are Back ika-15 ng Enero, 2004
 
4.
Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated in the Indian Ocean right below India and belongs to the South Asian region. Its inhabitants are known as Sri Lankans. Sri Lankans are comprised of several ethnicities; Sinhalese, Sri Lankan Muslims, Sri Lankan Tamils, Burghers, Moors, Parsis, Bharathas, Malays, Kaffirs, Indigenous Veddhas and several more minorities.

Sri Lankans are generally a laid-back people; they like their leisure and doing things at their own times and may seem downright idle to a person who’re not used to their nature. Sri Lankans enjoy their holidays with a passion – a fact only exemplified by Sri Lanka being the one of the countries with a most number of National Holidays (A staggering 26 Holidays a year). Sri Lankans as a habit are not punctual – being 5-10 minutes late is the general norm, and ‘impolite’ only starts after 20 minutes or half an hour.

Their many holidays are spent idling at home with a cup of fine Ceylon tea, visiting closer friends or relatives for a leisure chat or by all means playing their favourite sport. Sri Lanka's national sport is Volley Ball; but it is seldom played except on beaches and school tournaments. It is the Unofficial National sport of Sri Lanka that is closest to its people- CRICKET. A typical Sunday or a national holiday in Sri Lanka is marked with innumerable cricket pitches scattered all over lonely roads, grounds and fields. The biggest pastime of the Sri Lankan population, after playing cricket, is watching the Sri Lankan National Team playing cricket. It is common for businesses to shut down when very big matches are televised. This was the case in 1996 when the Sri Lankan team beat Australia in the finals to win the Cricket World Cup. The whole country shut down as though there were a curfew imposed upon the whole island.
Sri Lankans like their food spicy and served hot. Though the nation nurses an unbeatable fondness for bread (for breakfast and dinner), it is considered just plain ‘wrong’ if you don’t have rice and curry for lunch. Lankans have an insatiable appetite for Kottu (Kottu, or Kottu Roti is a Sri Lankan dish, made from a Lankan roti called "Godhamba Roti" and Vegetables, Egg, and/or Meat, and various spices); Sri Lankans are so fond of Kottu that the sound of making Kottu (Distinct sound of metal on metal when Kottu blades chopping roti, meat, and vegetable on a heated metal sheet) is music to their ears regardless of how noisy it is. Other Sri Lankan favourites are Hoppers (Egg or plain), Cheese Roti, Parata, Milk-rice etc. The traditional Muslim dessert Vatalappan is an all-time favourite while Wadai, Poori and Thosai are the most popular Tamil delicacies. There are several modern inventions dear to a majority of Lankan hearts such as Seeni Sambol with bread (Breakfast/Dinner), Pol-sambol with bread (all-time popular breakfast), Chillie-paste mixed with Marmite©, Pol-sambol with a dash of Marmite© (Lankans are exceedingly fond of Marmite©). The all –time favourite Lankan drink is Ginger-Beer while they’re also passionate about Tea- Plain/with milk or Ginger tea (Tea boiled with a dash of Ginger), Iced Milo©, Lemonade, Lime Juice and Iced Coffee. A very popular alcoholic drink is Toddy or Arrack, both made from palm tree sap. Sri Lankans also take delight in Chocolate – a Sri Lankan who knows his fellow Lankan relatives and friends would not dare to return from a trip abroad (whether it be business or leisure) without several generous kilos of Chocolate.
Sri Lankan fashions are a mixture of popular culture tides from the western world and a closer source-Indian Bollywood culture while a sub-culture of fashions inspired by traditional Sri Lankan ethnic-wear also exists; a style slowly yet effectively catching up among Lankan youth is Sri Lankan ethnic-wear mixed with fashions of the international pop-culture (Ex; 2000-2003: Short/long Cotton Tunics/Kurths tops with denim jeans, 2002-2004: Ethnic shawls with plain T-shirts and Jeans/skirts, 2004-2009: Traditional ethnic jewelry worn with T-shirts, jeans, skirts etc., ).

The dominant music tide in the Lankan youth culture is usually a mixture of the current world-pop-culture with a clever twist of Lankan falvour (Ex; as of 2001-2009 Hip hop music has been a great influence in the local music culture while sub-cultures like Alt. Rock, Heavy Metal, Sri Lankan Classical also exist). Portuguese Colonialism also had a considerable impact on local music and instruments while African slaves called kaffrinha, and their dance music was called Baila had a great and lasting impact on the island’s music; Sri Lankans enjoy good Baila music with a passion to this day. Traditional Sri Lankan music includes the hypnotic Kandyan drums - drumming was and is very much a part and parcel of music in both Buddhist and Hindu temples in Sri Lanka. The Signature Sri Lankan drum beats are often mixed with modern beats in present music.
Sri Lankans overall are laid-back, friendly and great lovers of spicy food, good drinks and Cricket.
ayon kay cherry_B ika-18 ng Agosto, 2009
 
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The land of the long last names.
These names are long because they consist of sentences put together.
Saravanalanganingham is an unusually short Sri Lankan last name.
ayon kay marblewonder ika-03 ng Mayo, 2006
 
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the best country in the world until the white man came and ruined it all for the natives.kiill ever1 except sri lankans pls indians
there is fucking civil war because of that shit does anyone realise that.
ayon kay Mr M ika-10 ng Disyembre, 2004
 
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Originally known as Ceylon while under British rule until 1972 which is when it gained its independence.

Sri Lanka is a beautiful tropical paradise located just south of India.
The population is predominantly Buddhist with small proportions of Hindus and Christians. With the conclusion of the civil war between the Singhalese and the Tamils, Sri Lanka has great prospects; it already has the highest literacy rate in South East Asia (93%) as well as the highest capita per head. Sri Lanka also boasts a strong modern industrial economy.

The people of Sri Lanka are known to be friendly and placid, for example if their cricket team loses they will not take to the streets burning effigies and stoning the cricketers houses, as is often the case in India..

There are also very few occurrences of terrorist attacks compared with countries with a high proportion of Muslims (Pakistan) because most of the country follow more peaceful religions such as Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism which do not create extremists and are fully tolerant of other religions.
It is because of this that Asian countries like India and Sri Lanka are continuing to prosper while Pakistan is falling apart at the seams.
Indian : Hey i cant believe your team lost, isnt everyone back home going to be burning effigies of the players and throwing stuff at their houses?

Sri Lankan: no of course not ,we'll be disappointed but we don’t have to show it in that way. We have a lot of respect for our team and would never treat them like that.

India : Whatever man, seriously when India went out in the first round of the world cup in 2007 we burnt effigies of every player and smashed Dhonis house to pieces. Serves them right for playing so badly

Sri Lankan : Why would you do that? its just a game.
ayon kay j313123 ika-24 ng Hunyo, 2009