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holy crap!

So i got some venice chicken pasta today for lunch. I like to put a little crushed red pepper on it to spice it up.


Well I slipped, and dumped the whole pouch in. I tried to scoop some out but it was all stuck to the pasta and chicken so I stirred it in. That was a mistake.


I just took a dump and it was like this:


that's right, a river of molten lava. liquid hot magma. Good lord, the agony.


I havent been in this much pain since the Hunan Beef incident of '03!! that was some good hunan beef though...

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You put a lot of thought into this post didn't you.

I had to occupy my mind while on the shitter. The pain almost made me passout. I love spicey food, eat it all the time, but this was one of the worst. I'm just happy I made it through it so i could then go shove some ice cubes up my pooper.

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Great post, Chris. Did you have a laptop with you while taking this mega-dump so you could make that post?

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You should come over when me and my nieghbors start drinking and eating my nieghbors sams nuclear chili peppers from his garden raw

the next day you are praying to god to make it stop while splashing water on your ass hoping to cool it down




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You should come over when me and my nieghbors start drinking and eating my nieghbors sams nuclear chili peppers from his garden raw

the next day you are praying to god to make it stop while splashing water on your ass hoping to cool it down

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This sounds like experience talking, Tony.
Oh ya some very rough mornings

But damn those peppers are good.




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This sounds like the time I made gumbo and jumbalya with 2 habanero peppers AND 2 jalepeno peppers. Put the spoon to your nose and it burned. Next day I got a call at 7AM from my buddy who ate it too, all he said was OUCH, IT BURNS! had the jumbalya for lunch the next two days, it wasn't pretty considering the 10 grit sandpaper we use for TP here.

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This sounds like the time I made gumbo and jumbalya with 2 habanero peppers AND 2 jalepeno peppers. Put the spoon to your nose and it burned. Next day I got a call at 7AM from my buddy who ate it too, all he said was OUCH, IT BURNS! had the jumbalya for lunch the next two days, it wasn't pretty considering the 10 grit sandpaper we use for TP here.

Hahaha last year I grew habeneros and chilis in my garden along wit tomatoes, I made some killer salsa and made some small jars of hot sauce. I was actually dipping my fingers in ice cream they were burning so bad from making this stuff. At certain points I could not even breath in the kitchen, imagine 30 habs and chilis in the cuisinart liquified. OH MY GOD was it intense in there.




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Hahaha last year I grew habeneros and chilis in my garden along wit tomatoes, I made some killer salsa and made some small jars of hot sauce. I was actually dipping my fingers in ice cream they were burning so bad from making this stuff. At certain points I could not even breath in the kitchen, imagine 30 habs and chilis in the cuisinart liquified. OH MY GOD was it intense in there.
you're nuts. habs are fucking killer hot.

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you're nuts. habs are fucking killer hot.
Oh you aint kidding, I didnt realize this until I started chopping them and my hands lit up with heat I'll never grow those things again




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Oh you aint kidding, I didnt realize this until I started chopping them and my hands lit up with heat I'll never grow those things again
you can get them at caputos fresh market for very cheap, and fresh. not worth effort of growing them when you only need a couple to make a fucking GALLON of hot salsa.

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you can get them at caputos fresh market for very cheap, and fresh. not worth effort of growing them when you only need a couple to make a fucking GALLON of hot salsa.
Caputos rocks, Used to go to the one on belmont every saturday with my dad when I was young.




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Hahaha last year I grew habeneros and chilis in my garden along wit tomatoes, I made some killer salsa and made some small jars of hot sauce. I was actually dipping my fingers in ice cream they were burning so bad from making this stuff. At certain points I could not even breath in the kitchen, imagine 30 habs and chilis in the cuisinart liquified. OH MY GOD was it intense in there.


You think that's a rush, try going to the bathroom after you think you've got it off your hands!

I wouldn't even think of putting them in a Cuisinart! Just chop them with a knife...a SHARP knife.

I pickle some every year and you can seriously teargas yourself if you're not careful!

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You think that's a rush, try going to the bathroom after you think you've got it off your hands!

I wouldn't even think of putting them in a Cuisinart! Just chop them with a knife...a SHARP knife.

I pickle some every year and you can seriously teargas yourself if you're not careful!
Ya that was an experience, what was worse wass trying to get my contacts out that night.




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