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Author Topic: Where I live, "YORK COUNTY" S.C. is home of the "WORLD'S HOTTEST" CHILI PEPPER.  (Read 1620 times)

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The older I get I wish my body could Re-Gen.

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There is a company to work for to build your resume 'PuckerButt Pepper Co'.  I enjoy the occasional hot salsa but something that hot..... Naaaa

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I grow and dry about 7 or 8 types of chili peppers, I grind and blend them to make a dust we use to spice up certain dishes.  But anything hotter than a Habanero I am not interested in.  Just to XXXX hot for my taste.  I wish this guy well.  Sounds like he could use his pepper juice in a mace spray:) Eating a pepper and throwing up is not my idea of fun. 

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I don't eat HOT peppers AT ALL! If I dis, I'd be eating ROLAIDS for dessert.
The older I get I wish my body could Re-Gen.

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I don't eat HOT peppers AT ALL! If I did, I'd be eating ROLAIDS for dessert.
The older I get I wish my body could Re-Gen.

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Echo?


 :D

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No thanks. I like spicy but still want to taste the food. I knew a guy who claimsed it couldn't be too hot for him, would like to slip some of this stuff in his chili and see if he can still brag.
old age and treachery will always overcome youth and enthusiasm

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I like them really hot and would try one if the opportunity presented itself.
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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out
We have a lot of good boys and girls in harms way
lets all support them and their familys.

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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out
that's funny I found this out when I was 10 NOT to eat the seeds  :o very hard lesson learnt  :D

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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out


that's why you need to eat ice-cream for desert, gives you some hope that the ice-cream will cool things down the day after. "come on ice-cream"

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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out


that's why you need to eat ice-cream for desert, gives you some hope that the ice-cream will cool things down the day after. "come on ice-cream"
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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I love hot and spicy foods but I want to be able to taste the particular food, not just the peppers. 

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Tom beat me to that one,  ;D he hit it right on the head.
roll with it

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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out


that's why you need to eat ice-cream for desert, gives you some hope that the ice-cream will cool things down the day after. "come on ice-cream"

I don't think that you're supposed to eat the ice cream. Not if you want it to give relief for hot chili's anyway.  :D
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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out


that's why you need to eat ice-cream for desert, gives you some hope that the ice-cream will cool things down the day after. "come on ice-cream"

I don't think that you're supposed to eat the ice cream. Not if you want it to give relief for hot chili's anyway.  :D

Perhaps, but sitting on it makes such a mess.  :D :D
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as Hot as it is going in .... its Hotter coming out


that's why you need to eat ice-cream for desert, gives you some hope that the ice-cream will cool things down the day after. "come on ice-cream"

I don't think that you're supposed to eat the ice cream. Not if you want it to give relief for hot chili's anyway.  :D

Perhaps, but sitting on it makes such a mess.  :D :D
If it's that hot, I can't sit I just take the ice cream and...........aw.........never mind.  :D
1996 Timber King B-20 with 14' extension, Morgan Mini Scragg Mill, Fastline Band Scragg Mill (project), 1973 JD 440-b skidder, 2008 Bobcat T-320 with buckets, grapple, auger, Tushogg mulching head, etc., 2006 Fecon FTX-90L with Bull Hog 74SS head, 1994 Vermeer 1250 BC Chipper. A bunch of chainsaws.

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As I said, too messy. :D :D
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