Carpet Match The Drapes

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Carpet Match The Drapes

3Does the carpet match the drapes?unknownIs the pubic hair (carpet) of the person being addressed the same color as the hair on his or her head (the drapes)? Typically asked of redheads, reflecting curiosity whether the hair color is artificial/enhanced or curiosity about natural variability in the hair color.One of the most tiresome questions we gingers get is “Does the carpet match the drapes?”#redheads#gingers#pubic hair#hair color#tactless questionsby otterberry September 30, 2011295236The Urban Dictionary MugOne side has the word, one side has the definition. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Lotsa space for your liquids.Buy the mug

Carpet Match The Drapes

Top definitionDoes the carpet match the drapes?unknownA question used to indicate the belief that a woman's hair is dyed. “Carpet” being the pubic hair and “drapes” being the hair on her head.”Check out that hot blonde over there. Do you think the carpet matches the drapes?”by bubba May 05, 20041742571The Urban Dictionary MugOne side has the word, one side has the definition. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Lotsa space for your liquids.Buy the mug

Carpet Match The Drapes

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4Does the carpet match the drapes?unknownAn annoying, rather bothersome question. It is suggested to return as described:”Does the carpet match the drapes?” “There's no carpet, it's just hardwood.”by ahelpfulstranger May 15, 20161414The Urban Dictionary MugOne side has the word, one side has the definition. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Lotsa space for your liquids.Buy the mug

interjection “the person's pubic hair is the same color as the hair on their head.” Used frequently as a question.So, does the carpet match the drapes?I heard your new girlfriend is a fire crotch. So the carpet matches the drapes, huh? See more words with the same meaning: pubic hair. Last edited on Aug 02 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Mar 31 2011.

I’m guessing you saw the article on Marcia Cross in the paper this week. Cross, who stars in the hit show Desperate Housewives, had thrown out some some photos of herself, including some nude shots of her showering outdoors. Someone “found” them in her trash and they are now being offered for sale by attorney David Hans Schmidt, who told a reporter that the redhead’s carpet and curtains are a matched set. I put “found” in quotations because it’s unlikely that anyone just happened to see them sitting on top of her smelly garbage as they were passing by her house and picked them up out of curiosity. There are legions of people who scout around Los Angeles looking for such goodies to sell to tabloids. Given the likelihood of a scavenger finding those pictures, it seems a bit odd, if not suspect, that Cross wouldn’t burn them or run them through the paper shredder before disposing of them. So maybe she doesn’t mind them being public and just wants people to think she has naturally red hair. The carpet matches the curtains (also the rug matches the drapes) means that her pubic hair is the same color as the hair on her head, which would suggest that she doesn’t dye it. Roughly 1/3 of American women color their hair, so the possibility of mix and match coordinates is actually fairly high. However, out of curiosity, I did a quick internet search and discovered that you if you have enough courage and petroleum jelly, you can dye your hair “down there” too—so there’s still a chance that Cross was born a blond or brunette. Your pal, A. C. Kemp

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