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What foods really set your *** on fire?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by The Pontificator, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    For me, it's Jalapenos.

    There's even a medical term for it: Jaloproctosis.

    I am NOT making this up. ;f
     
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    chevrofreak Senior Member

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    I bought a bigass jar of sliced jalapenos and was making quesedillas nearly every day. My bunghole was burning day and night for a week ;g
     

  3. Delta-x

    Delta-x NRA Member Silver Member

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    Ever try habanero peppers? Better have a bucket of ice handy in the morning!;Q
     
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    ;Q That once happened to me when I was a little boy. Whisky would burn my lips too.
     
  5. JMag

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    Hmm, nothing like paying for eating something...twice!;P
     
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    rhikdavis U.S. Veteran

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    Ice water enema is more like it. ;f

    Or run outside and sit in the snow and hope it numbs.
     
  7. Tennessee Slim

    Tennessee Slim Señor Member CLM

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    Hooter's 911 wings. Well worth the pain.
     
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    jalapenos?...

    No for me anything done with Habaneros or Sotch Bonnets. I when to a trindadian party once, that had some crush and grounded scotch bonnets in a paste and I nearly killed myself. My mouth,stomach,intestines,and rear end was deeply in pain for 2days.
     
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    You probably shouldn't put them there then;f
     
  10. Santa CruZin

    Santa CruZin RIP Mr. Mayor

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    Cali-Glock Mountain Man

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    Jaloproctisis - too funny! I'll have to remember that.

    My wife and I eat a lot of hot food; and I am typically dumping more salsa on top of the hot food to make it hotter. I have a couple of tried and true salsa recipes I make reguarly and I am always experimenting with variations and entirely new ones (salsas). My motto is "If I am not sweating, it is not hot enough."

    I rarely suffer from jaloproctosis, but when I do, ;g ;P ;g and it leaves me wondering what the hell did the trick. I think for me it is not so much the peppers, or the heat itself, but something else I ate which caused things to get funky and the peppers not to be digested like they normally would.

    … but now that I really think on the matter, the last time I really suffered was when I made a puree salsa using a 7 ounce can of chipolte peppers in adobo sauce. It was quite tasty (though I was the only one who would eat it) but it made my tummy a bit shaky as well as a touch of jaloproctitis. Mmm but it was good - have to make it again soon and see what happens!! ;f

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    S2nd One happy cat

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    Thai food.

    Of course, it's my own fault for telling them to make it that spicy, but that's the way I likes it!
     
  13. DigiDuckie

    DigiDuckie Strapped Duck

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    For me usually only stuff that has habanero peppers in it and then I have to have a good sized quantity of it. I'm wanting to try something with Red Savina peppers in it.
     
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    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Try a New Mexico green chile stew.
     
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    Santa CruZin RIP Mr. Mayor

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    Indian food goes through me like a bullet train.
     
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    I knew a guy once that claimed that his single uncle's turkey and heavy gravy would do this to him.

    He would eat a bunch of gravy and turkey, wash it down with wine and pass out. When he awoke, he suffered from the ailment you describe.

    ;f
     
  17. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    I fell into a burning ring of fire,
    I went down, down, down but the flames went higher
    And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire...the ring of fire.

    :steamed:
     
  18. Eddie C.

    Eddie C. Administrator Moderator CLM

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    This thread reminds me of the old joke.......



    "You know what burns my ***?"




    "No, what?"





    "A flame about three feet high!";f ;f ;f
     
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    ;z

    Thats pretty nasty...
     
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    The only one that regularly get's me is the HOT green Chile at my favorite local Mexican restaurant: Efrain's in Lafayette, CO. But it's completely worth it considering the "pepper high" you get from eating a platter!