Anyone else read this fast and think it said @Yoshi is racist
@Bigmeatjimmy, yeah, especially since my best friend’s name on Facebook is Yoshi
Yes, it absolutely is
You can be racist to white people coz they won’t cry about it. But recently it seems like more are starting to get fed up.
@an idiot, it’s probably all the people who were raised to believe everybody is equal, stood up for minorities, and then keep getting shjt on by minorities on the internet. I wouldn’t know though because I don’t really care.
I went to a del taco about a month ago and the woman would NOT give me the inferno sauce (their hottest). I literally sat at the drive through window for 15 minutes because she was trying to explain to me that it was too hot for me and that i couldn't handle it and I would regret it so she was trying to save me. She was very adamant about it and she kept handing me mild sauce and I was just like GIVE ME MY HOT SAUCE.
That encounter had me pissed off for a good 3 days.
@BIessthefaII, inferno isn’t even that hot.
@BIessthefaII, Thats why when someone questions my hotsauce tolerance. I tell them that the only reason I stopped after the 4th ghost pepper sauce chicken at Buffalo wild wings (when they made a limited edition ghost pepper sauce) was because my throat felt like it was closing up. Other than that it was good. Of course I finished off the remaining ghost pepper wings later that night.
I once actually tried to grow a ghost pepper plant. And was doing good un until I waited too long to transfer it to a bigger pot and ended up killing it. It was a sad day. Really wanted home grown ghost peppers.
I also warn people if they ask me if something is spicy. That my version of spicy, most people cant handle.
@Seohn, I'm renting a room from a personal chef and he has his own garden. He grows peppers, so I've tried a Trinidad scorpion and a ghost pepper. That lady at Del had NO idea
@BIessthefaII, The other option is to ask the person for one packet of the sauce then proceed to straight drink the sauce from the packet. Then say, seems kinda mild. Are you sure this is spicy?
Of course you could take the oddness factor up another notch by staring at them the whole time you eat the packet of sauce. Lol
I’m actually surprised at how intolerant of spicy food some people are. Sometimes think its dumb that they name food at fast food restaurants “habanero burger or such”. Then I get one and I’m like. You all don’t know what a habanero is. You can’t put jalapeños on it and then call it habanero. There are nothing alike in terms of there Scoville rating.
@BIessthefaII, or maybe next time question their knowledge of what makes spicy foods, spicy. Then go into a lecture about capsaicin and the Scoville rating of the various peppers.
From what I’ve seen. Usually anyone who is familiar with what capsaicin is and the Scoville rating of peppers. Typically can handle their spicy foods.
We white folks is weird with spicy foods. Some of us can’t be within a mile of a bell pepper, and others can eat a full jalepeño without breaking a sweat. I can’t personally attest to knowing anyone that’s in between
@Captain Anderson, what the hell kinda sissy ass family thinks eating a jalapeño is crazy hot. I’m a pussy in my family cuz I only eat them in slices not whole.
I told them I didn't want any one time and I still got a stack of hot sauce. I'm not complaining but still.
Pro tip: if you have to ask if it’s racist because someone said or did something, it’s not. Conversely, if you have to ask before YOU say or do something, it most certainly is.
@Unitard, So what your saying is. Dont ask, just do it. It cant be racist if its never questioned.
All joking aside. What if the person asking isnt from America. Not every nation has the same racism issues.
@Seohn, that’s because most nations are fairly homogeneous. Go look at their Olympic teams (winter and summer) and you’ll get an idea of how little diversity most nations have.
@Seohn, If they’re not from the US and can’t tell if it racist, I doubt it is. To be honest, what most people call racist nowadays is a far cry from what racism really is. I do not believe that basic human prejudices make them racist. Our ancestors survived by being suspicious of anyone not in their society, so it is today. I’m white as can be but I know that if I walk into a black or Mexican neighborhood I’m gonna be viewed with a certain amount of concern. I know this first hand.
Some say he Is still laughing to this day
Legend says they are still laughing to this day
Its fire and volcano sauce or no sauce at all