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(YouTube)   Ever wonder what a spoonful of pure Capsaicin, mixed with vodka, and 2000x hotter than a jalapeño, would taste like? So did this guy   (youtube.com) divider line 41
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2013-03-11 03:15:26 AM  
Paprika Palinka, because Hungarians will make anything designed for enjoyment into something painful and somber then force it on you.  Screw you Hungary.
 
2013-03-11 03:44:17 AM  
And he never tasted anything, ever again.
 
2013-03-11 03:53:41 AM  

Chariset: And he never tasted anything, ever again.


It's a physiological response, it's not actually high in temperature.
 
2013-03-11 05:27:50 AM  
TL;DW

Start at 5:18.

/I blame the Lamestream Media.
 
2013-03-11 07:23:41 AM  
He deserves it for the eternally long lead in.

SnarfVader: Start at 5:18.

 
2013-03-11 08:55:25 AM  
no redness around mouth and nose, no tearing, no nose running... I'm calling shenanigans
 
2013-03-11 09:07:05 AM  

WestHamHooligan: no redness around mouth and nose, no tearing, no nose running... I'm calling shenanigans


Doubtful.  Check his other videos.  Darth Naga has posted a lot of videos of himself enduring various types of ridiculous peppers, and those are quite obviously not faked, since you can see him eat the pepper.  He's got a pretty good reputation amongst the crazy chili eaters community, which I don't think he would risk by faking this one.
 
2013-03-11 09:18:00 AM  

SnarfVader: TL;DW

Start at 5:18.

/I blame the Lamestream Media.


thanks
 
2013-03-11 09:22:32 AM  
I went to guyana for business and had some homemade pepper sauce at the hotel I stayed at (The Pegasus). Very tasty and about the hottest pepper sauce I have ever had. It had no name and when I asked what type of peppers were in it, no one knew. They were just the local peppers.

Since I returned, I no longer can have the hot sauces I used to have. They do nothing for me. I've moved up from Tabasco Red to Habanero just for the same effect.
 
2013-03-11 10:46:04 AM  
Odd how one person reacts to a type of hot pepper and another has zero reaction. I really do not care for jalapenos but my X did; can't remember where we had taken a trip to, but she ordered a pizza that had jalapenos on it. I dug in and registered absolute 0.00 on heat scale. She freaked out... red faced and tears.  She took them all off her slices of pizza and STILL could not eat them.
I thought maybe there was a difference, like they had come from a different bottle - nope.. nothing.
Same thing with some dried red peppers I used to get from one friend who grew them and another buddy who wanted to eat them right out of the bag. Yes, they were hot - but, they took him to his knees.... then the dumbass wiped the tears from his eyes with the same fingers he was holding the pepper with; thought for sure we were going to have to take him to the ER!

/in contrast, eating at a Chinese place with parents years ago and had spicy frog legs with a 'HOT' warning over them. I ate a couple bites and I was on fire from throat to outside of lips... my mother said they were not hot at all (although I will say the ones she had did not look like they had 1/10th the 'spice' on them).
 
2013-03-11 10:55:51 AM  

TheMega: She freaked out... red faced and tears.


I have a coworker who will break down in sweat just from regular peperoni on his pizza.
 
2013-03-11 11:51:47 AM  
Remind me again why someone would want to put something akin to molten steel in his mouth for kicks?

Sadist? Masochist? Nut-case?

I like guns but I wouldn't shoot myself in the foot with one just to see how it felt.

With some normal hot sauces I can understand the desire for the unique flavor, but they don't burn your taste buds out of your tongue in the process or scare the neighbors when you're screaming several hours later while on the can.

There was an ancient torture that I figure the guy might like: pouring molten lead or silver down a victim's mouth. Though, recipients tended not to survive.

This guy might ask for seconds.
 
2013-03-11 12:28:58 PM  
Male with a tounge stud? Yay, judgement time
 
2013-03-11 12:41:23 PM  
For some reason I really like the "It's too hot" at ~ 6:08.
 
2013-03-11 12:57:57 PM  
COR BLIMEY!
 
2013-03-11 01:52:53 PM  

lucksi: Male with a tounge stud? Yay, judgement time


Women like them, too.
 
2013-03-11 02:34:44 PM  

kingoomieiii: Chariset: And he never tasted anything, ever again.

It's a physiological response, it's not actually high in temperature.


It can actually damage your taste buds if you eat stuff that has too much capsaicin (or eat it regularly).  Luckily, they grow back, so no permanent damage.

And for the person that asked why people eat hot sauce, probably the same reason people do other things that other find unpleasant (e.g., riding "thrill" rides or watching horror flicks).  Doing so releases a happy mix of chemicals into the body known as endorphins, colloquially known as an "endorphin rush".  The downside is that as you acclimate to spicy food, you need hotter and hotter food to evoke the same euphoria.

/orgasms also release endorphins
 
2013-03-11 04:50:30 PM  
It's too hot!

No shiat, really?
 
2013-03-11 06:17:59 PM  
my dad was a pepper nut when i was growing up. still is, really. liked his outrageously spicy peppers. he grew these little farkers, must have been miniature habaneros or SOMETHING. looked almost like tiny cherry tomatos or god help me, red huckleberries.

hot as lava, those were.

he used them in his stir fry. made some of the most kick-ass kung-pao you ever tasted.

i thought i knew heat.

then i got pepper sprayed years later(work related, LE training). boy did that smart.

over the next couple years i got exposed to OC oh a good almost dozen times. sometimes full-contact. i got pretty used to heat.

we did a training spray on this one dude, who took the hit and never felt a thing. zero reaction.

few days later i see him dipping his fries into a cup of dave's insanity sauce...

go figure.

/there are freaks out there who don't feel the effects of capsaicin but they're 1/1billion
 
2013-03-11 06:50:49 PM  
he'll be sh*tting fire in the morning.
 
2013-03-11 07:28:26 PM  
My butt burned just watching that.
Also, dude has a teddy bear... aww(?)
 
2013-03-11 07:30:59 PM  
a one inch vial is 10 pounds?  thats pretty dense.
 
2013-03-11 07:36:19 PM  
I liked this guy better when he was dancing to "numa numa"
 
2013-03-11 07:38:11 PM  

lucksi: Male with a tounge stud? Yay, judgement time


dont judge.  theyre great for your partner when performing fellatio
 
2013-03-11 07:53:12 PM  
What? No barf?

/Predictably lame.
 
2013-03-11 07:55:33 PM  
The heat...*hic*  whew...is unfathomable!
 
2013-03-11 07:57:01 PM  
What the fark is wrong with this guy?
 
2013-03-11 09:38:53 PM  
I thought 16mil extract was so strong it would cause chemical burns.
 
2013-03-11 10:11:28 PM  
I have the urge to become a drug dealer just so I can cut some cocaine with this stuff.

Yes, sometimes I'm really twisted.
 
2013-03-11 10:47:12 PM  
twasn't a teaspoon lest that fat bastard was 4'9" tall

everything but the hiccups could have been faked
 
2013-03-11 10:50:58 PM  

petuniapup: My butt burned just watching that.
Also, dude has a teddy bear... aww(?)


Yeah, teddy bear  made me smile.
 
2013-03-11 10:52:13 PM  

Saberus Terras: I thought 16mil extract was so strong it would cause chemical burns.


Nope. Capsaicin, strictly for its chemical activity, is nearly harmless; it's a vanilloid. The "burn" you feel is purely a neurological interpretation of a simple biochemical ligation of a cell surface receptor called TRPV1.
 
2013-03-11 11:29:39 PM  
always entertained by people boasting of their love of flaming butt hole.
 
2013-03-11 11:38:18 PM  

curtis_e_bare: For some reason I really like the "It's too hot" at ~ 6:08.


Same.   I was cracking up.  The tone of his voice was such that he seemed on the verge of transcendence.
 
2013-03-12 12:01:20 AM  
from wiki: "Acute health effectsCapsaicin is a highly irritant material requiring proper protective goggles, respirators, and proper hazardous material handling procedures. Capsaicin takes effect upon skin contact (irritant, sensitizer), eye contact (irritant), ingestion, and inhalation (lung irritant, lung sensitizer). Severe over-exposure to pure capsaicin can result in death; the lethal dose (50 in mice) is 47.2 mg/kg.[41][49]
Painful exposures to capsaicin-containing peppers are among the most common plant-related exposures presented to poison centers. They cause burning or stinging pain to the skin, and if ingested in large amounts by adults or small amounts by children, can produce nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and burning diarrhea. Eye exposure produces intense tearing, pain, [50] "
 
2013-03-12 03:26:53 AM  
"CSB" time
A few years ago when I was in high school I went to this guys apartment with some friends. He had some hot sauce labeled "death sauce" or something to that effect. If I remember correctly it was seeping out of the glass bottle via the bottom. When offered none of us tried it. Later he (apartment owner) offered me a shot of vodka... I took it and found out the glass has been lined with the stuff. Burned like hell. Later he got trashed with his roommate and rubbed the hot sauce on my buddy's face with a brush. His cheek turned red immediately and he was obviously in pain the entire night.
/Luckily I was able to take nummies to relieve my pain
//Kinda miss those days despite the bull
///3's
 
2013-03-12 04:57:56 AM  

Third_Uncle_Eno: from wiki: "Acute health effectsCapsaicin is a highly irritant material requiring proper protective goggles, respirators, and proper hazardous material handling procedures. Capsaicin takes effect upon skin contact (irritant, sensitizer), eye contact (irritant), ingestion, and inhalation (lung irritant, lung sensitizer). Severe over-exposure to pure capsaicin can result in death; the lethal dose (50 in mice) is 47.2 mg/kg.[41][49]
Painful exposures to capsaicin-containing peppers are among the most common plant-related exposures presented to poison centers. They cause burning or stinging pain to the skin, and if ingested in large amounts by adults or small amounts by children, can produce nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and burning diarrhea. Eye exposure produces intense tearing, pain, [50] "


That sure is a long winded way of saying "shiat's spicy".  Capsaicin is harmless, the burning sensation is psychological and not actual tissue damage.
 
2013-03-12 05:46:34 AM  

blue_2501: lucksi: Male with a tounge stud? Yay, judgement time

Women like them, too.


So do dentists hen you knock out your front bottom teeth from the constant fiddling.
 
2013-03-12 07:05:00 AM  
I really don't get this challenge, and then recording it.  I mean you know what it's going to do to your body, why do it?  It'd be like "I know if I jab myself with this knife, it will probably hurt and make me bleed a lot, but I'm going to do it anyway to see what it feels like"
 
2013-03-12 07:24:19 AM  

Third_Uncle_Eno: Severe over-exposure to pure capsaicin can result in death; the lethal dose (50 in mice) is 47.2 mg/kg.


What a horrible way to go. Holy shiat. I'd have a hard time living with myself if I was the dude tasked with finding out how much of that stuff it takes to kill a mouse.
 
2013-03-12 02:27:32 PM  
My GF and I have been getting into hotter and hotter foods (mostly wings) for the last year or so.

We can down a batch of Bufalo Wild Wings - Blazing Wings like candy.  I'm up to the level of being able to dump daves insanity sauce onto my wings straight.  Still have a burny exhaust pipe in the morning, although, it has gotten more used to it the last few months.

We are 'training' to do a hot wing challenge at a local bar that claims to have the hotest wings in MI.
 
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