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(X-103 Indianapolis)   "McDonald's customer says Spicy McChicken is too spicy, calls cops"   (x103.com) divider line 108
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2013-01-24 05:37:09 PM  

mongbiohazard: God Is My Co-Pirate: impaler: If you think the spicy McChicken is too spicy, you obviously can't handle anything spicy. So why would you order to begin with?

Saddest thing I've seen in my grocery store: Extra Mild Salsa.  I grew up on British food with spices treated as suspicious stuff that only crazy foreigners would use...and I still think that if you're buying Extra Mild Salsa you should just kill yourself, because the world is obviously going to be too hard for you.


That's known as Minnesota Medium.

My wife's family is from out there and they seem to be terrified of food with any kind of kick to it. We had a huge family gathering out there once, with pretty much her entire family, and one of the dishes they cooked had some French's yellow mustard in the glaze. You could barely taste it whatsoever, but every member of her family bitached like she was forcing habaneros into their mouths. My wife and I were confused what the big deal was.

I figure the grocery stores around there must have three kinds of salsa: Super-mild, extra-mild and "whoah, take it easy there this is regular mild so you might die".


My parents had no idea of the world of spices until they started traveling a little more extensively to the South and Southwest, with my brother playing baseball tournaments all over the country and me going to school in Texas. Mum was a Canadian who had lived in Minnesota for the bulk of her life, Dad's family has been there for generations. After living in New Mexico a few years in their retirement, they migrated back to the tundra and now put habaneros, jalapeños, arbols and other peppers in everything, even the pickles that my mother cans, nearly kills the rest of the family. But, my mum's enchiladas are probably the best "Tex-Mex" you'll get for miles while visiting up there.
 
2013-01-24 06:00:19 PM  
I don't eat them often, but when I do eat McD's food, the spicy chicken sandwich is my go-to food from there. At least around here, it's not hot -- just a bit more peppery taste which happens to go quite well with chicken.
 
2013-01-24 07:04:40 PM  
serious if you can't handle a generals mcchicken how you gonna handle the chang's
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2013-01-24 09:16:57 PM  

C18H27NO3: impaler: If you think the spicy McChicken is too spicy, you obviously can't handle anything spicy.


yeah, I bet you've eaten their sandwich they serve in China....
 
2013-01-24 09:45:46 PM  
Meh. I met the girl who would eventually become my wife and the mother of my children by feeding her habanero chili at a house party. If it's not hot enough to cause three days of burning shiats, yet tasty enough to keep eating anyways, it's not worthwhile.
 
2013-01-25 12:39:22 AM  
I've had hotter glasses of milk than that tame-ass sammich.

There are spicier elevators in Marta than that hocky-pluck.

I've smelled crap in the air from a plastic factory that tasted better and was spicier.
 
2013-01-25 02:33:02 AM  
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Honestly, why don't you just use ketchup in your taco?
 
2013-01-26 11:59:51 AM  
Need to spread the love.
Wendy has a better spicy chicken sandwich and good chili.
 
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