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You said he has her stuff in a metal tub. And there's an African custom,
part of the Yoruba tradiotion, where possessions
of someone who's passed prematurely are set fire to. Are set on fire?
That way it'll release their spirit. You know, why else
would he use a metal tub unless he was going
to tie-dye (Is that a joke meanind actually to set on fire?) everything?
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Madhulkof someone who's passed prematurely are set fire to. Are set on fire?
Yes
Madhulkto tie-dye (Is that a joke meanind actually to set on fire?) everything?
It's a joke based on an unfortunate legacy from the 1960s in the U. S. See this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tie-dye
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yes, the "are set fire to" should be "are set on fire."

also, no, "tie-dye" is not a joke meaning to set things on fire.
RayHIt's a joke based on an unfortunate legacy from the 1960s in the U. S. See this link:
Ah, you mean the hippie culture?