Quotation by Nora Ephron

Washington is a city of locker-room boys, and all the old, outmoded notions apply: men and women are ushered to separate rooms after dinner, sex is dirty, and they are still serving onion-soup dip.
Nora Ephron (b. 1941), U.S. author and humorist. Crazy Salad, ch. 15 (1973).

A dip made of sour cream and Lipton's onion soup mix was popular, though sneered at by gourmets, beginning sometime in the 1950s or sixties.
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