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A 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?"
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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One's pubic hair matching the hair on their head.

Often used to find out natural hair color.

In a sentence: "Does the carpet match the drapes?"
Me: Girl you know what I found out the other day?!

Friend: What?

Me: Britney Spears IS a natural blonde!

Friend: Does the carpet match the drapes?

Me: YEEEHH
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Is 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?"
by otterberry September 30, 2011
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This question is used to ask if a woman has died her hair. It is often used to find out the natural hair colour of a person.
Bob "Does the carpet match the drapes?"
Alice "Yes but not the upholstery"
Bob "..."
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