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By Anonymous / Sunday 23 August 2015 16:46 / United States - San Francisco
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  brenton490  |  18

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  Bibliovore  |  25

Oh, I don't know ; a 15-month-old "signing" the guest book is the kind of thing that I could see some people -- perhaps also the bride and groom? -- thinking absolutely adorable. And even for a big "swastika", it probably wouldn't be that hard to add a few more babyish lines to make it look a lot more random (no need to scribble it out entirely).

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  jtthegr8  |  26

Depends which way the swastika was spinning. Opposite of how the Nazis used it, the swastika resembles peace and love. Or so I've heard from a few spiritual people.

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  OysterPearls  |  33

You're right #41, that symbol can be found in a lot of religious art from Hinduism and Buddhism. The singer M.I.A. wore a bindi once with the correct orientation of it, but a lot of people got angry at her for it because they didn't know the original meaning of the symbol.

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