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curry tailor

choose a strong curry and buy a new brightly coloured garment
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choose an item of clothing first from the clothes section of the shop. then order a curry . have it served in the clothes,after eating ,pay for the clothing -included- and perhaps have it rinsed or something
technobadger, Aug 02 2001

Curry & Taylor http://www.usscinfo...?resource=sc_briefs
Not the food. Not the clothing. The lawyers. [Cedar Park, Oct 04 2004]

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       Define: in the clothes
thumbwax, Aug 03 2001
  

       Huh? It's damn near impossible to get curry stains out of clothes as it is, why would I want clothes that are practically pre-stained?
CoolerKing, Aug 03 2001
  

       CoolerKing: I think that's the point--you end up with nice curry-colored clothes. technobadger, I'd like a spinkle of paprika 'round the collar and a kind of starburst made of chili powder right in the center of the chest.
Dog Ed, Aug 03 2001
  

       Um, is there some kind of pun or something that I'm missing?
baf, Aug 04 2001
  

       Perhaps the phrase 'to curry favour' was what was intended. I dunno.
Cedar Park, Feb 07 2003
  

       After I have eaten a curry, I invariably have curry covered clothes anyway. Here's an idea, you specify what size t shirt you wear, and then I'll wear one when I eat my curry and send you the result. You'd heard of people paying for soiled panties, similar idea but curried t shirts.
Bantam, Feb 07 2003
  
      
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