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Tuesday, 16 January 2007

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A typical young couple of a Friday night with their take away heading back to his gaff.

As if you needed it confirmed but here it is anyway: eating curry is really good for you - and that's official.

In a study carried out by the University of Lancaster, findings categorically show that the person who eats a blindin' curry of a Friday night is five times more likely to live to the ripe old age of 123.

And the bad news for those whinging pillocks, normally called some old fashioned name like Egbert and who give it:

"I only like plain cooking me. Meat and two veg that's what I like. I can't be doing with any foreign food," can expect to peg out on average at about age 65. And serves them bloody right too. The Unadventurous toss pots!

Dr Alan Blandgrub told us:

"There are certain chemicals and nutrients in a nice hot curry, that when taken in moderation, say on a Friday or a saturday night, interact with the body's gizmos to produce healthy whatchmacallits and that's the secret here.

Those eating our stodgy boring British food inflame their thingummybobs and as we all know, that's a pretty bad recipe for a healthy body.

Girls who eat mild kormas and the like, have some of the curry benefits but they also run the risks associated with the meat and two veg brigade. My advice is pump up the heat ladies"

So it looks as if it's curry all the way if you want to be around in eighty years or so and assuming you're about twenty to thirty at present.

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