A great find, Doorstop. Just when I think have finally tuned into a VERY miserable old cow, odd things like that are so good for a laugh.
The tale of the Strawberry Curry, though, is of greater literary complexity. Starts with a charming spirit of earnest enquiry, tinged with a tiny wee bit of suspicion, carries on sincerely seeking the strawberry, only to find that there really isn't any, but at the end of the quest, ends with a fairly content, albeit disappointed, sense of the unrealistic nature of promises on packages. Seriously, it's really very touching, more so than many a "real book". A bit short, but apart from that, I'd nominate it for the Booker or whatever.
"Try eating your nerve to have a bad feeling, but only the name "strawberry curry" http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... ddlPkwDtGA
and the sad ending
Does not mean there is a strawberry flavor, such as that containing the phrase as it is never so. However, depending on "Tsukkomi human" eat package is in the sense of comic "grab", think of it as a "blur" is usually the taste is going to be a retort curry you can enjoy a comedian a high degree of perfection.
So, strawberries are there none but a blur, but you somehow get the feeling that the reviewer will continue to look and might one day find some strawberry curry. And we the readership cheer from the sidelines.
Strawberry meals forever!