Aussie bloke visits local Indian restaurant and doesn’t order ‘The White Man Special.’

Every time Brian Ray visits his local Miss India, he always orders the same thing – The White Man Special. The dish – butter chicken, rice, and a cheese and garlic naan – is the most ordered meal of pasty white males in Indian takeaways across the globe. Which is what made this visit so different, as Brian decided to mix things up for a change shocking his mate and the staff working behind the counter.

“Every time we go for a curry Brian gets the same thing – The White Man Special – so I couldn’t believe my ears when he ordered something different,” said his mate, Hayden Weighsalot (41).

“I had to ask if I heard him right,” said Miss India worker, Uda Gunnagettheruns (27). “But no, this whitey actually ordered something other than the WMS! My mates in the kitchen thought I was taking the piss.”

Ordering a lamb korma instead, Hayden was impressed Brian tried something different for once, until he screwed his nose up at the taste and declared that next time he’ll stick to what he likes – the good old reliable White Man Special.

For Miss India worker Uda this was welcome news, especially since no Indian whose ever worked in a curry shop believes his crazy tale of the white guy who didn’t order butter chicken, rice and a cheese and garlic naan.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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