Is this proper curry or the strange, non-spicy version sometimes served in pubs with great big sultanas floating in it?
We sometimes spend most of the day making dinner. The last time we had people over for dinner, we counted that we used at least 48 different ingredients (many of them more than once), and it took two people four hours to prepare. No, it's not the stuff you get in pubs.
Can't get much more Glaswegian than hurling abuse at everyone while holding a knife
You forgot the shellsuit, the bottle of Buckie, and the Burberry baseball cap.
Personally, I think Hell is administered by the Child Support Agency, who sub-contracted the work to Serco, and the PR is handled by Hazel Blears (well, she needs a new job, doesn't she?).