Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Curry vendor

Curry vending machine
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Could be located at hospitals (in the casualty section) and at bus stops and train stations. Curry, Rice and popadoms in cup.
gizmo, Jan 16 2002

Baked in Tokyo http://www.nextcity.../summer98/12icx.htm
cooked rice with curry, no popadum [thumbwax, Jan 16 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       call it hurry curry!
po, Jan 16 2002
  

       [blissmiss] I dunno what popadums are either, but I trust [gizmo] not to steer me wrong.
phoenix, Jan 16 2002
  

       Papadam / papadum is a crispy bread-like bean wafer that originated in the Indian Subcontinent. It's usually flat and cruchy and is generally dipped in sauce. Yum!
snarfyguy, Jan 17 2002
  

       (I wonder if [po] realises that her pun was baked about thirty years ago in a King Crimson song.)
angel, Jan 17 2002
  

       *snicker*
thumbwax, Jan 17 2002
  

       *marathon*
hippo, Jan 17 2002
  

       Will it dispense lager as well? If it does, you've got my vote.
mcscotland, Jan 17 2002
  

       I want fresh garlic nans before any other bready goods are awarded.
-alx, Jan 17 2002
  

       Yes, it dispenses lager... and Ale with at least 3 words in the name.

wonderment on gizmo's user page BTW
thumbwax, Jan 17 2002
  

       Bloody 'ell! Some kinda guy, huh?
angel, Jan 17 2002
  

       You can never have enough curry.
Aristotle, Jan 17 2002
  

       There is far too much consumed in our house, plus those very 'special' tins of ale, but at least a vending machine would cut down on the endless washing up.   

       Love the poem giz. Piece of cake for both if I could vote twice.
arora, Jan 17 2002
  

       Vendaloo
goff, Jan 22 2002
  

       Ive never heard of King Crimson, angel, serious gap in my knowledge there
po, Jan 22 2002
  

       1969-onwards jazz-influenced, British prog-rock band. Founder member is Toyah's husband. 87,100 hits on Gooooogle.
angel, Jan 22 2002
  

       MMMM, curry. What about couscous? It's kinda like the guy from "BubbleBoy", you know, "Curry and Ice Cream".
adrienne1218, Oct 30 2002
  

       Whoah yeah.. I'm feeling yall on this one...... if there was a curry vender, I don't believe I would have any reason for religion. I had already found heaven. P.S.: Have we been watching too much "Red Dwarf" and "Seinfield"...?????
Siefdog, May 15 2003
  

       You'll never believe this, but at the back of the Forum music venue in Kentish Town, there DEFINITELY used to be a curry vending machine. If memory serves it cost about £4 and also heated up items like pasta bolognese.
Martin H, Dec 16 2003
  

       If anyone loves curry that much. Tell me. I want to be their friend because something like that is so abnormal. Not that this machine wouldn't be a great hit.
Chickenbreadthe1st, Jul 17 2005
  

       //something like that is so abnormal// [Chicken] - are you American? One thing I've never understood is why indian food never caught on in the 'states (at least the places I've been). Last time I was in New York, I saw only one curry place, and it was some exotic-looking over-priced one-off. Very odd.
Basepair, Jul 17 2005
  
      
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