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Old 08-07-2007, 10:19 PM   #11
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Worse is when you prep some chiles de arbol without wearing gloves, and then forget to wash your hands before you go to the bathroom and take a whiz. In about 10 seconds (mid-stream, mind you) you reel back from the intense, unexpected burning sensation that is erupting in the most sensitive of places. Your body instantly goes into shock-- you are helpless to stop the urination process-- in fact, it becomes even MORE forceful, but without your basic motor skills, it is like an unmanned firehose, dousing the walls, floor, and even the ceiling as you fall backwards into the bathtub and slam your head on the tile wall. As you fight to maintain consciousness and comprehend what is happening, tears uncontrollably begin streaming down your face--you try to wipe them away--NO!--now the inferno has spread to your eyes! You are blind! Within about 30 seconds SWMBO comes in to see what all the commotion is about, and finds you rocking back and forth in a fetal position in the bathtub, cursing and speaking in tongues, face wincing with pain as the tears stream down, all the while your painfully irritated junk is hanging out of your urine-soaked trousers for all to see.

Then she has the nerve to chastise you about your aim...
Ok, that was funny as sh!t. First time I worked with my homegrown one's (w/o gloves) I did the eye thing and that was hell enough. Glad I emptied the bladder before I knew what I was dealing with. Did anyone get affected by the fumes as well? Made me start coughing like crazy too. My peppers that grow in winter are firey hot and are more mild in the summer months. The winter pepper fumes were the ones that got to my throat.

 
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Old 08-08-2007, 01:22 AM   #12
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Worse is when you prep some chiles de arbol without wearing gloves, and then forget to wash your hands before you go to the bathroom and take a whiz. In about 10 seconds (mid-stream, mind you) you reel back from the intense, unexpected burning sensation that is erupting in the most sensitive of places. Your body instantly goes into shock-- you are helpless to stop the urination process-- in fact, it becomes even MORE forceful, but without your basic motor skills, it is like an unmanned firehose, dousing the walls, floor, and even the ceiling as you fall backwards into the bathtub and slam your head on the tile wall. As you fight to maintain consciousness and comprehend what is happening, tears uncontrollably begin streaming down your face--you try to wipe them away--NO!--now the inferno has spread to your eyes! You are blind! Within about 30 seconds SWMBO comes in to see what all the commotion is about, and finds you rocking back and forth in a fetal position in the bathtub, cursing and speaking in tongues, face wincing with pain as the tears stream down, all the while your painfully irritated junk is hanging out of your urine-soaked trousers for all to see.
LOL! What makes this even funnier is that it's really not much of an exaggeration! Been there, done that...with habaneros, no less! (Was slicing and dehydrating a few dozen for my homemande habanero powder.) The fine Italian marble in my bathroom has never been quite the same.

Sounds like a good time to RDWSYJHB. (Relax, Don't Worry, Soak Your Junk in a Homebrew.)

 
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Old 08-08-2007, 11:03 AM   #13
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Ok, that was funny as sh!t. First time I worked with my homegrown one's (w/o gloves) I did the eye thing and that was hell enough. Glad I emptied the bladder before I knew what I was dealing with. Did anyone get affected by the fumes as well? Made me start coughing like crazy too. My peppers that grow in winter are firey hot and are more mild in the summer months. The winter pepper fumes were the ones that got to my throat.
It never fails that, every time my older brother has any contact with peppers he inevitably touches his eyes. So I am prepared for the muffled cursing whenever he is around chilis

Once, without thinking, I had been marinating some meat in (among other things) finely minced Habanero. Well I decided to cook it all up in the wok. Let's see, smoking hot wok + finely minced hot chili = bad idea! It was like tear gas in the house in a matter of seconds. You literally couldn't go into the kitchen.
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Old 08-09-2007, 03:20 PM   #14
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Instead of cream cheese stuffing them with crab meat is wonderful!

Mmmmm crab stuff Jalepeno's
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Instead of cream cheese stuffing them with crab meat is wonderful!

Mmmmm crab stuff Jalepeno's

I have seen that rendition, but haven't personally tried it but it does look good. I think this round on Friday night at our place will be a blend of sharp cheddar and some smoky bacon (among other things).
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