A branch of Buddhism that stresses its utility as a philosophy and way of life, and not a religion. Dirty Buddhism originated in Spain, where it is commonly practiced by its followers through light-hearted discussion over plates of serrano ham and manchego cheese, while consuming copious amounts of red wine.
He went to Spain on a pilgrimage to discover the origins of Dirty Buddhism.
by Dirty Buddhist October 31, 2010

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