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    ahahahah!!! the worrying thing is that it has not happened yet?? Perhaps ive cooked my insides shut??

    waff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fjordhouse View Post
    He Waff, i am so sorry.................................!!!!! was nice to see you runing for some water, Ben
    Hey Ben, Waff,

    No amount of water in the world can help when ones mouth is on fire with hotsauce!
    The spicy stuff in peppers, capsci´cine I think it's called, is only solvable in fats.
    Prolly having a gallon off olive oil might resolve any immediate and delayed effects

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    Good point!! my gob only calmed down when i stuffed a greasy bacon sandwich down my throat!

    cheers

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    Actually Waff,

    a great help re chilli pain, internal only, is sugar or honey. Its a better pain relief than water or lager however probably wont help you now, before the ensuing explosion. Might help around the ringpiece though, then so might a bit of sticking plaster, certainly help contain the blast!!!

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    Hey Waff,

    I learned the hard way too.
    Most Indonesian restaurants in Holland provide what is called "krupuk" (pronounced "croopook"), that is a kind of fried shrimpcrackers, with their meals to the end of providing some means of tempering the heat .
    As this stuff is pretty light, I usually ended up eating the lot before the meal proper, ending up with a helluva painfull sh!tter the day after

    greetz,

    M.
    Last edited by pzgr40/42; 1st February 2010 at 07:59 PM.

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    I am sooooo glad you lot are enjoying yourself at waffy's expense!
    Some useful tips there chaps,but as you say they be be a little late.

    best

    waff

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    I think Waff, that you have a special connection with above, when we had the nice show from you on saterday, i went in the evening with John, Pascal sofia to an Indian restaurant, nice food good drinks, wake up at 2.00 in the night, had to run for the toilet and sit there until 6.oo am, my sunday at Stoneleigh was not good, also my good friend John makes so much noise that it was not possibel for me to sleep the first night, so last night in Dover i took a single room, and was a very happy man, slept the whole night without toilet and snorry John. but still this was a good show, met a lot of BOCN members and we had a good day with Waff and his final answer. Ben

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    haha sounds like you had a blast guys

    regards lee

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    Damn!!! I knew i should have gone ,,would have loved to have seen the waff miester with a touch of the quickstep
    I can see i'll have to step up the heat on the home-made sauce for Beltring chaps.. BELT-RING kind a fits the topic eh! what!

    regards nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeensy View Post
    Damn!!! I knew i should have gone ,,would have loved to have seen the waff miester with a touch of the quickstep
    I can see i'll have to step up the heat on the home-made sauce for Beltring chaps.. BELT-RING kind a fits the topic eh! what!

    regards nick

    Trust me Jeeensy when i say that fine sauce you made is tame compared to that bottle-of-hellfire i have here!

    best

    waff

 

 
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