What do you drink with a curry?


#21

alright Captain Masala, no need to show off


#22

If there’s ever been any cumin in a lassi I’ve had, I’ve never noticed.


#23

What’s that Lassie? Show us on the toy where @foppyish touched you :point_right::poodle:


#24

Can’t be your default though, surely, Also I havew a feeling it’s been more like 5+


#25

WOOF IW WUV WU!!!


#26

Do you keep a spreadsheet of curries with adybongo, Memory Man?


#27

C’mon, spicy curry/cold beer is one of the all time great taste combos.


#28

Always find I have a worse stomach the next day if I’ve drank lager with a curry


#29

I think I’d remember any time I went with someone and they ordered a lassi tbh


#30

(and obviously I don’t as I would say ‘I have a feeling it’s been more like 5+’ because I would know.)


#31

anyone getting anywhere deciphering this?


#32

I had to google it. Looks like a milkshake tbh https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lassi


#33

well he asked if I had a spreadsheet. My point was if I did, I could say that with certainty.


#34

Just a little needlessly defensive, maybe? Although I quite like that you took an obvious jokey comment seriously enough to post two replies to it.


#35

Because of Cows’ sacred status in indian society, this might be the first authentic beeve curry I’ve seen


#36

Don’t know how ‘explaining a comment’ became ‘taking you seriously’ tbh

You being weird again?


#37

I’ve ticked “lager” but

  • I’ve been known to drink white wine with a curry (if I’m sharing a bottle with Mrs CCB)
  • Water is fine if I’m not drinking.

Can’t imagine ordering milk in a public place, or ever pouring myself a glass to eat with a curry at home.


#38

I referred to these two posts


and the second one being the needlessly defensive clarification.


#39

Different drinks for different needs


#40

it was meant to be a joke in a response to what I thought was a shit joke?