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wtf is wrong w you mexicans!

do you HAVE to put picante on every single candy????!

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Lol. No shit. I have some cool people that work for me and they love that shit. I bring in normal candy and they say it is too sweet sometimes. Don't even ask about the chinese, anything with a hint of sugar freaks them out because it is too sweet. Even gummie bears, no shit.

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do you HAVE to put picante on every single candy????!
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Keep the chili powder to elotes!

corn, mayo, chili powder. BAM



literally a shit storm of flavor, first flavor. Then the spicy shit storm.
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Lol.. Don't even ask about the chinese, anything with a hint of sugar freaks them out because it is too sweet. Even gummie bears, no shit.
I'm a Chinamen, and I love sweets!

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Because we like our candy just like our women...

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Because we like our candy just like our women...
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LOL.. Really man, REALLY ?? Guess that would put both our nationalities in the same "boat" than huh ?

Back on topic, speaking of elote (corn), anyone ever try a mango with chile powder, lemon n salt ? That's some good shit right thar. Or pineapple or... Lol for real, us Mexicans do put a lil picante on everything!

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Lol. One Mexican dude I worked with would put Salt on every tortillas salted chip he ate.
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the guys at my work put hot sauce on everything. they say they can't taste the food if they don't. so my guess is hot sauce fries your taste buds.

and why do they have a 100 different dishes that have the same ingredients, basically to me it's burrito or burrito spread out

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the guys at my work put hot sauce on everything. they say they can't taste the food if they don't. so my guess is hot sauce fries your taste buds.

and why do they have a 100 different dishes that have the same ingredients, basically to me it's burrito or burrito spread out

The taco bell effect.

Taco bell develops new menu items all the time, but using the same ingredients they already have at their locations.
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The Mexicans do not have shit on some of the hot stuff the Thai folks and Indian folks east. Cannot figure out why culture that live in really hot climate love spicy food that makes you feel like you are burning up. Would make more sense that people that live in cooler climates would like hot stuff. To each their own.

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LOL.. Really man, REALLY ?? Guess that would put both our nationalities in the same "boat" than huh ?

Back on topic, speaking of elote (corn), anyone ever try a mango with chile powder, lemon n salt ? That's some good shit right thar. Or pineapple or... Lol for real, us Mexicans do put a lil picante on everything!
I've had the dehydrated mangoes with chile powder on them. They are awesome. I will have to try it with fresh ones.
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Why am I always hungry after eating Chinese food?
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Why am I always hungry after eating Chinese food?
My theory is that Chinese food is really salty (especially if you put as much soy sauce on it as I do) so you end up drinking a lot of water. That fills you up, so after a couple of hours when the water passes you're hungry again.

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The Mexicans do not have shit on some of the hot stuff the Thai folks and Indian folks east. Cannot figure out why culture that live in really hot climate love spicy food that makes you feel like you are burning up. Would make more sense that people that live in cooler climates would like hot stuff. To each their own.
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Its cuz spicy foods make a nigga sweat. Sweating makes a nigga cool down.
So if that is true why is Flip food so blan? LOL
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So if that is true why is Flip food so blan? LOL
I think its because the spice trade was mostly dominated by the Portuguese. The Philippines was a colony of Spain. Spain and Portugal were at the time enemies, competing for trade routes or some shit like that. Therefore it never made it to the PI. I could be wrong though.

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Keep the chili powder to elotes!

corn, mayo, chili powder. BAM



literally a shit storm of flavor, first flavor. Then the spicy shit storm.
Quite possibly the nastiest tasting shit I have ever had. This is coming from a guy who can eat almost anything.
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I think its because the spice trade was mostly dominated by the Portuguese. The Philippines was a colony of Spain. Spain and Portugal were at the time enemies, competing for trade routes or some shit like that. Therefore it never made it to the PI. I could be wrong though.
That's pretty much true. And Spanish food is NOT spicy at all. Spaniards don't really like hot food, they like flavor but not heat.

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I love spicy, I remember my godfather growing up would sit down to eat and they would bring him out a special thai dish and he would be sweating and crying at the same time while eating. Messed up crazy stuff.

delicious thai food tho.

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Quite possibly the nastiest tasting shit I have ever had. This is coming from a guy who can eat almost anything.
Yeah I would never use Mayo on elote either.. there is other stuff you can use that makes it much better.

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Eating spicy food releases endorphins. Simple as that.
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