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I tried a bit of scorpion pepper once... was not a pleasant experience, just way too much for me. I do like ghost pepper (bhut jolokia) salsa, though. Haven't had it in a while because stores don't seem to carry it often :(.
 
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i had some sort of ramen packet with squiggles where the english should have been that was hotter than the god damn sun and i loved it
 
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I had the habanero heat sauce Sonic used to offer for their wings on a hot dog instead. Also on Philly cheesesteaks. And on chili cheese tots.

It burned, and because it was just a simple burn without pussyfooting around with sweetness like their new wing sauces, I respected and occasionally craved it.

Sometimes I eat the dried red peppers that come in my Hunan beef or pork meals at Chinese restaurants, but I'm not a big heat guy (I like some of it sometimes) so I'm about as likely to just throw them out.
 

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I bought this curry sauce and whipped it up with some diced chicken, cubes of par-boiled potatoes with some basmati rice on the side:
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Bought from: https://www.firefoods.co.uk/online-chilli-sauce-shop/worlds-hottest-curry/

"What makes it the Worlds Hottest Curry? Most curries use tomatoes and onions as the base then add chilli, spices, etc to adjust the heat and flavour. We use our own Infinity chillis along with Naga chillis (aka Bhut Jolokia/Ghost chilli), two of the hottest chillis in the world.

Every mouthful will be like eating one of these chillis. If you have tried our Infinity sauce, its like eating a spoonful of that with every mouthful! Being honest I would say it is ten times hotter than a Phall."

Sounds boastful, I agree, but I only managed five mouthfulls before surrendering.

But never again, chaps. Never again.
 
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I had some painfully spicy chicken wings in a bar once when we asked them to make us the spiciest wings they could. This was a mistake.

I also ate these dynamite pepper tacos at a little taqueria somewhere in LA. This was not a mistake, they were really hot and fuckin delicious.

I wish I had more specifics but both of these were a while ago. I love me some spicy food, though. Curry is love, curry is life
 
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We bought a habanero plant, and as it was dying (we couldn't figure out the right conditions for the poor thing), I decide to eat one of the peppers as a dare. It was nice for three seconds, then the burn began. At first it was tolerable and actually would've been really good in a dish, but it just kept rolling in and a deep sense of hurting was had. I began extensive quenching with milk and water. The burn would surge back, as strong as it was prior to quenching, making me cry. It kept rolling for a half hour before it finally said "fuck it" and left.

6/10 would put one or two in a chili... I would never fucking eat it by itself again though.
 
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I've eaten straight habanero peppers and a whole packet of horseradish on a single piece of sushi. I've ate an entire package of Jack's Garden Fresh Gourmet Screamin' Hot salsa, hottest option of thai food, I've built up a high heat tolerance. But this motherfucker is scary. I once had a panic attack after consuming this and smashed the glass against the kitchen sink with my bare hand. Less injury than I would've expected but still. This is also the only food that has gotten me to throw up from the heat factor (aside from some saucy cauliflower wings during a day of irritable bowels.) There was also a time I consumed this while consuming kombucha tea and it put me into a hysterical, drunk mind state. I wish I knew where to buy straight ghost peppers, carolina reapers, or trinidads. That would be the ultimate test.
 

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One time I had a lump of pork I cooked with some dried peppers. And by some I mean an entire bag and peppers I mean some red pepper serious business but not one of those crazy ones, but still an entire bag.
I think I drowned the whole thing in cheap pisswater beer, broke up the peppers in it and baked the fuck out of it.
Not bad in theory but probably a fifth of the bag or so would have been more palatable.

Maybe beyond that I had some gimmick wing at Buffalo Wild Wings maybe? I was smoking for a while then so that gives a +3 on your saves vs spicy.
 

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One time I got drunk, and decided to throw some wasabi flavored almonds, jalapeno seeds, and some random hot sauces into a shot of whiskey.
 
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My local pub had Carolina reaper biltong behind the bar and I decided to buy some out of curiosity.

I’m actually scared to try it: will report back in when I do.
 
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Firehouse Subs had this brown sauce called Pain 100% or something like that, that might be the hottest thing I've ever eaten.
 

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I bought this curry sauce and whipped it up with some diced chicken, cubes of par-boiled potatoes with some basmati rice on the side:
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Bought from: https://www.firefoods.co.uk/online-chilli-sauce-shop/worlds-hottest-curry/

"What makes it the Worlds Hottest Curry? Most curries use tomatoes and onions as the base then add chilli, spices, etc to adjust the heat and flavour. We use our own Infinity chillis along with Naga chillis (aka Bhut Jolokia/Ghost chilli), two of the hottest chillis in the world.

Every mouthful will be like eating one of these chillis. If you have tried our Infinity sauce, its like eating a spoonful of that with every mouthful! Being honest I would say it is ten times hotter than a Phall."


Sounds boastful, I agree, but I only managed five mouthfulls before surrendering.

But never again, chaps. Never again.
>VEGETARIAN FRIENDLY ( YOGURT (FROM MILK))
Why the fuck does it contain milk?
 

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I routinely use reapers as ways to liven up big pots of stew, casseroles, or chili. But, I always split the batch and use the hot stuff in MY side so that I don't have a house full of wailing idiots who didn't heed my warning. My SO will put MAYBE a couple spoonfuls of my atomic slop in her bowl since she likes spicy, but not THAT spicy.

And, I think we have a good two dozen different hot sauces around of varying degrees of pain and flavors to sprinkle on stuff. My crotch goblins both will use cholula on some things, so they're on their way to joining the spicy world.
 

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Are you okay? It's been hours now.
Just tried it and it was pathetic. There was a bit of a tingle, but nothing serious. I don't know whether I have a really high tolerance for spice, they used minimal amounts of Carolina Reaper or it was false advertising, but it was nowhere near the spiciest thing I've ever eaten. Sad.
 
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I'm going to get some legit chilis from the new Halal store that opened up in my area a year ago. It's mainly indian food too so I will probably use it to marinade a chicken in yogurt or something. Will bite down on one and regret first tho.
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Why the fuck does it contain tard cum?
Because vegetarians can do things like eat dairy dude.
 

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Was it this? Shin Ramyun is pretty spicy, a lot of my friends can't eat it.
I got that in instant-cup form recently and while I really enjoyed it, I was pretty much crying into my bowl. I bet it would be great on a chilly day.

Last Thanksgiving I made a posole soup for my family- I've used a few different recipes and one was a little milder than others and it needed a bit more kick. Unfortunatly, I forgot which one was the mild one and figured since a few of the dried chiles were small I needed to throw a few more in. It was VERY hot, but also so fuckin' delicious. Our eyes and noses were all watering but everyone went to get seconds. Thankfully I had also made ice cream to cool us down.
 

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I like to separate them between fresh raw ingredients and sauces.

For the former, it was a fresh picked Carolina Reaper pepper right off the vine that was about the size of a golf ball. I was picking up my little brother from his friend's house and I was asked while there if I liked spicy things; of course I said yes. I was then escorted to the greenhouse out back where the Reaper plant awaited me. I was told there was a Benjamin in it for me if I ate one right off the vine and didn't eat or drink anything for two minutes straight. Being the greedy, money loving son of a bitch that I am, of course I accepted the challenge. I plopped it off the cluster and ate the thing whole in one bite.

As I chewed, it actually had a very pleasant flavor and a very leathery, smooth texture. "Not bad" I exclaimed. I then turn to see my brother and his friend filming me with their phones, and when I asked why, they replied with "oh, you'll find out in just a bit". Fearing the worst, I ran to the kitchen and prepped some cheese-toasts and about 4 glasses of milk and awaited my impending doom. Sure enough, at about 30 seconds it hit me like a freight train. My ears were ringing, my vision blurred, my sinuses swelled, my whole mouth went numb and felt bloated, and my whole body was writhing internally in this bizarre vibrating sensation that was supposed to be "pain" but my brain just didn't want to process it as such. Needless to say at about a minute in, I start hiccuping like crazy and start making involuntary jerking movements with my limbs and torso in such a manner that it was described as a "malfunctioning robot" by those who witnessed it; my stomach feels like a Black Hole has developed inside and the gravitational forces involved are going to simultaneously liquefy and rearrange my internal organs on a molecular level. A minute and a half, my face is beet red and I am leaking out of every orifice on my head; eyes watering and spilling onto my cheeks, nostrils freely pouring snot, mouth expelling massive amounts of congealed drool. It feels as if I have been suffering for hours on end, but yet the clock I watched the entire time insisted that only a minute or so had passed.

At 1:50, I already have a hand on a glass of milk and one of the microwaved cheese toasts, eagerly awaiting the freedom that awaited me in a mere ten seconds. Upon the completion, I dunked the sammich into the milk and snarfed it down like a starving AIDS child from a Third-World shithole country, then proceeded to inhale the rest as if they were dust-bunnies getting vacuumed from under a couch. That certainly took the initial edge and pain off of it, but it took about 6 hours before my body was able to adjust and reverse the "blue screen of death" effect that lingered within my body after I finished the challenge.

The worst part of this damn story, it's been about 6 years and that bastard has STILL yet to hand me the aforementioned $100 bill to this day! Between that and evacuating my bowels the following morning, it is easily the most physical agony I have ever endured.

For sauces, it would have to be this stuff a co-worker brought to the store one day. I believe it was Pepper Palace's The End, and holy shit on a stick... one DROP of this shit sent me into convulsions, an imploding diaphragm, and a trip to the bathroom where I ended up puking into the toilet whilst hanging from the rim of the bowl by my mandible. Feelings of disorientation and the room seemingly spinning around me followed. Shorter recovery period than the Reaper pepper, at only an hour or so, but the effect was MUCH more intense in that initial stage and it didnt even have the pleasant suspenseful build up that the Repear had, just straight up pain right out of the gate.

I'm glad I did these for nothing more than the bragging rights, but oh my god... NEVER again!