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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by grue, Sep 27, 2012.
My girlfriend thinkth I uthed too much habenero in the thalsa but I dithagee.
There soft cok chillis
Try hot English mustard!
I believe he said habiniero, not halopeno.
ETA: From Wikipedia..
Oh jalapeños are no big deal. Habeneros are a different breed, and wonderful. These are called "Scotch bonnets" and they're kinda like being punched in the mouth, deliciously.
Just be careful where you put you're habeneroey tongue.
Not a problem, the cat is hiding.
...and keep your hands away from your....umm... bits.
Lol soz i got that wrong
Retract soft add rock
hot food is all about how you breathe,
dont breathe through your mouth and time your breaths
I really wanna try a jolokia, but at the same time, I really do not ****ing want to try a jolokia
I wouldn't trust any chilli with a name that looks like Latin for "Butt Joke".
Mabe just get the spray ..
They're a hell of an experience. I've got a bag of dried bhut jolokia peppers here which I use in chilli etc. but eating them whole is... yeah, fun. Imagine uncontrollable hiccups, drooling, sweating etc. for about 20-30 minutes. Never tried a fresh one, but I'd imagine they're even worse.
Had a mate of mine eat one, then about an hour later went to... relieve himself. I have never seen anything as funny in my life as the sight of a grown man crying in pain while dunking his nuts in a tub of "dora the explorer" yoghurt.
Worst hot-food experience I've had was slicing up fresh habaneros and the juice from one sprayed into my eye. That was… uncomfortable.
I always get Jalepenos on my Subway, that's how extreme I am. Even breakfast.