Written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 10 February 2010


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image for Lethal Chicken Curries made by the betrayed missus, the perfect murder for cheating Hubbies!
Curry loving cheating males stick too BURGERS, eating the missus's currries could be lethal!

Curry seems to be the favourite way of getting rid of cheating, lying, lovers and husbands amongst the Indian fraternity in the UK and India.

Jealous Indian women just love making their Curry specials for their partners after they come home complaining of headaches and no sex tonight.

They then lace the curry with a poison called Indian Aconite or in local dialects referred to commonly as "Bitches Venom"!

Apparently the poison is very difficult to detect is tasteless and fits perfectly in all curries, beef, chicken, fish, hot or very hot and extremely hot!

This latest case of "Bitches Venom" poisoning happened in the UK as Mr Singh took his working lunch, made by his missus, at the house of his lover during a "very hot" sex session, she also tried some but spat it out, too hot! (what the curry or?)

The whole thing went pear shape as Mr.Singh complained of stomach pains, let a monumentous fart go and BOOM, gone.

His lover survived with burnt lips!

Mrs Singh was found guilty and has decided to set up her own business from prison, cooking hot, dangerous and very lethal curries for betrayed wives calling them:

"Curry from Singh Singh!"

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Topics: Relationships, Curry

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