Theoretically, a friendship bracelet is a cloth bracelet given from one friend to another. It’s tied at the wrist in a knot that is often difficult to untie afterwards, since the bracelet is often left on until it wears out.
Most people wear friendship bracelets not knowing what they’re about and where they come from.
Where do they come from?
Originally, these colorful bands were invented by Indians in Central and South America. According to accent tradition, you tie a bracelet onto the wrist of a friend who may wish for something at that moment. Then, The bracelet should be worn until it is totally worn-out and falls off by itself, at which moment the wish will come true.