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Offline mickyp

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Re: 70's Curry
« Reply #10 on: March 31, 2019, 08:53 PM »
Anyone remember Leslie Crowther advertising the "Harveys Duo Can"? half curry and turn it upside down for the rice

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Re: 70's Curry
« Reply #11 on: April 04, 2019, 08:37 PM »
Oh yeah, late 70s/80s curries. The best ever in my opinion. Thursday night out with the lads always finished off with a madras which was generally swimming in oil. Funny thing though. The following day everyone you went near usually said, "god you stink of curry". That just doesn't seem to happen nowadays. Something must have changed between then and now?


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Re: 70's Curry
« Reply #12 on: April 04, 2019, 09:04 PM »
Oh yeah, late 70s/80s curries. The best ever in my opinion. Thursday night out with the lads always finished off with a madras which was generally swimming in oil. Funny thing though. The following day everyone you went near usually said, "god you stink of curry". That just doesn't seem to happen nowadays. Something must have changed between then and now?

Possibly less booze these days. Getting the hangover sweats from a session coupled with a madras or vindaloo meant you’d be sweating out the spices etc?

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Re: 70's Curry
« Reply #13 on: April 05, 2019, 07:13 PM »
Oh yeah, late 70s/80s curries. The best ever in my opinion. Thursday night out with the lads always finished off with a madras which was generally swimming in oil. Funny thing though. The following day everyone you went near usually said, "god you stink of curry". That just doesn't seem to happen nowadays. Something must have changed between then and now?

Possibly less booze these days. Getting the hangover sweats from a session coupled with a madras or vindaloo meant you’d be sweating out the spices etc?

Definitely less beer these days. As you get older the hangovers become longer ;D, or should that be  :(


 


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