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    Default Hoiy Cow!

    I am known for eating the hotest of the hot!
    No more, I lost my title with a ghost pepper!
    Geeze, that is the real McCoy!
    Truely!
    That is freakin crazy hot, never even had this type of experience!
    ER hot!
    I know now I am not the big boy I thought I was.
    I got humbled quick!

    CRAZY, CRAZY, CRAZY HOT!
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    Yeah! It is a weirdly HOT peper pep. It actually makes your body release endorphines to compensate for how hot it is. More than the heat in your mouth, it makes your body temperature shoot up a lot!

    The hottest thing I have eaten, is what is called the 4 horseman burger. Here is a link: http://roundaboutripon.com/post/2084...rger-challenge

    This puppy is HOT HOT HOT!!!! By far the hottest thing I have eaten!
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    Are you sure it wasn't one of your scorpions biting you on the tongue?

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    BF, you could do the "challenge" in the link in my post. You are only about 1.5 hours from Ripon. Give the 4 horseman buger a try!
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    Right. My head would look like the cartoon characters with smoke coming out their ears. I'm at the point where the most dangerous thing I do is sit in a chair, drink beer, and listen to music.

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    I can't really handle spicy food lol!
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    Yep...believe Ghost Peppers are the hottest ones on earth...I think their origin is India...eating them will keep you regular and kill any parasites inside ya!!

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    My wife used to raise parots and she grew " ornimental peppers" and give them to the parots and they were insane hot if the parot gave u a kiss after eating one of those it would leave blisters in your lips. She had to use laytex gloves just to handle them.
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    I'll never eat another one.
    I was warned before hand, and knew it would be hot, but had no idea in reality, something could be that hot.
    I can handle hot, but the Ghost is in another class of hot.

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    I have a whole assortment of hot sauces, one of which is made with the Ghost pepper. Wife made fajitas one night & put the Ghost pepper sauce on them like it was Franks instead. Being the tough guy I am, I was determined to finish them. Half a loaf of bread & a quart of milk later to help kill the pain I managed to get the pair of them down. My stomach was in knots &, boy, did I pay for it on the return trip the next day. LOL!
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    A coworker brought some into work a fees months ago. Myself and another coworker split one.... I was on my way home 20 minutes later. It took a full 24 hours before I felt normal.

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    They have put many die hard leather throats down in shame....myself included! There is a wing place here that states if you eat five wings prepped in that stuff that your name will go on a Wall Of Flame...have to sign a waver too! Guys those things are some serious heat

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    just wait until it comes out that is where all the fun ENDS!!

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    Yea you won't have internal parasites anymore either....just make sure you have a rawhide chew to bite down on...LMAO!

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    Funny, doesn't look like a ghetto. lots of trees and open space. perhaps a thoughtless and stereotypical misnomer?
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    Her clothes color match the car color. Maybe she is jealous of the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFox View Post
    Her clothes color match the car color. Maybe she is jealous of the car.
    Maybe she's trying to copulate with it?

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    my co-worker brought some wings to work a couple of weeks ago with Ghost Chili sauce, and I was unprepared. I got one wing down, and was going for a second, but it became uncomfortable to eat. I had no bread or milk... and just sat through it. It felt strangely good... for me the problem handling it was not in my mouth or throat, but how it made my stomach feel. not the worst thing ever, but very intense... like a mild runner's cramp just for a little while.
    i have a Ghost Chili plant in my garden right now, and it is producing quite a herd of little ones... not quite sure where they are all going.

    and the Ghost Chili has been booted from the top of the heap by certain varieties of Scorpion Peppers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11tsteve View Post
    i have a Ghost Chili plant in my garden right now, and it is producing quite a herd of little ones... not quite sure where they are all going.
    You freeze them whole, or run the through a dehydrator and grind them up and use it to zing up a dish or salsa...just a pinch here ot there is all you need, they are bitchin' hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keiko View Post
    Maybe she's trying to copulate with it?
    That thing is taking a beating. This woman is designed for some serious abuse.

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