TATTGOC Sexytime! In Other Words, It's The First Podcast Of 2012

Hello ladies! It's the first TATTGOC podcast of 2012 and after a surprisingly frosty start, the Tramps soon warm up when contemplating The Burning Question, posited by The Bulldosa, about whether or not he should take his lady love out for a curry on Valentine's Day. Stay tuned to hear The Tramp's Valentine curry menu, and Trampy role-playing as Louise Redknapp from Something For The Weekend. Also in episode four, a round-up of curry news involving swap-ups, pop-ups and some ill-informed discussion about football, a fairly comprehensive review of the Harlequin Group's curry delivery service and the first artist to feature twice on The Tramp's Jukebox Puri, the sitar master Okko Bekker.

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A surprising amount is covered in this episode, so here are some "show notes" with links and supplementary information, a necessary corrective to the ramblings of the podcast:

– Roy Brett and Nick Nairn are popping up at www.mithas.co.uk ...

– ... but there's currently more info in this 5pm news post than on the Mithas site

– for more details of Tony Singh's February "bhangra burger" pop-up visit www.burgherburger.co.uk

– intrigued by The Bungo's breakfast thali? Check out www.thebungo.co.uk

– for details of Partick Thistle's next curry and pint deal, keep an eye on www.ptfc.co.uk

– for actually accurate details of Mr Singh's India's Valentine's Day deal, click here

– to gauge The Tramp's impression of Simon Rimmer, compare with this

– and if you aren't convinced that The Tramp was freezing throughout, here's the proof:

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Lime Pickle said...

Good show chaps. Very much enjoyed. Like the tune too, the riffing reminds me of Hey Bulldog by The Beatles.


The Bulldosa said...

Dear Trampy & The Tramp,

Thanks for answering my Burning Question.

Back in 2002, I did almost take a girl out for a curry on Valentine's night, but she wanted to stay in and watch Eastenders, so I decided to go and pick one up as a compromise.

It was from my local Indian takeaway on Unthank Road in Norwich and the place was absolutely stowed. I had to wait an hour and a half for an order that I'd phoned in well in advance - looks like a lot of people had the same amazing idea as me that day.

My lady friend was somewhat irritable when I got back - absolutely no sympathy from her for my heroic wait. Even the Lindt chocolate rabbit I'd picked up from the 24hr garage on the way home wasn't enough to placate her.

Needless to say, the relationship didn't last long - this year would have been our 10 year 'Naanniversary' had it not been for that fateful night...