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post #12541 of 13485
I think my tolerance to spicy food is increasing as I get older. I remember eating a shawarma wrap back in college about 3 years ago that was slathered in some homemade hot sauce. I couldn't finish eating it because I found it way too spicy. But I just demolished one from the same place with even more hot sauce, no sweat (literally and figuratively).
post #12542 of 13485
It's more likely you hav burned your taste buds, so you can't feel it any longer.
post #12543 of 13485
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

People having deeply private conversations on their phone in public.

Yeah, that one always puzzles me. The shit you hear people talking about in public on their cell is mind boggling.
post #12544 of 13485
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

I think my tolerance to spicy food is increasing as I get older. I remember eating a shawarma wrap back in college about 3 years ago that was slathered in some homemade hot sauce. I couldn't finish eating it because I found it way too spicy. But I just demolished one from the same place with even more hot sauce, no sweat (literally and figuratively).

I always lol at azns with no alive tolerance... Like half of the food I eat is spicy Asian food.
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

I think my tolerance to spicy food is increasing as I get older. I remember eating a shawarma wrap back in college about 3 years ago that was slathered in some homemade hot sauce. I couldn't finish eating it because I found it way too spicy. But I just demolished one from the same place with even more hot sauce, no sweat (literally and figuratively).

Lol. Oldie.
post #12546 of 13485
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

I think my tolerance to spicy food is increasing as I get older. I remember eating a shawarma wrap back in college about 3 years ago that was slathered in some homemade hot sauce. I couldn't finish eating it because I found it way too spicy. But I just demolished one from the same place with even more hot sauce, no sweat (literally and figuratively).

I had a laugh when about 10yrs ago we went with some friends to KFC, my friend couldn't finish KFC spicy wings which are not really spicy to begin with and he started bleeding from his nose
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I always lol at azns with no alive tolerance... Like half of the food I eat is spicy Asian food.

If I could, I'd eat authentic szechuan food all day everyday.
post #12548 of 13485
Asians.


but srsly, Asians, what's with the big fear of dogs? I was walking in Central Park with a terrifying Bernese mountain dog in tow, and a female asian teenager pointed, screamed, and ran away. I originally thought it was because of my big dick, but i checked and it was not out, so it had to be the dog.

it's a big dog, yes, but I've taken note at the people who are vocal about their fear of it ... it's almost exclusively small kids and Asian tourists. Small kids i can kind of see since the dog towers over them, but I don't get it with the Asians. SF, help me understand.
post #12549 of 13485
Being at my parent's house is so weird and annoying. They never keep things where you'd think they'd be. Like today I'm looking for floss. Medicine cabinet? Nope, I ask for it and it and my mother gets it from the coat closet in the mud room. Wtf?

Also, things are never left where I leave them the last time I visit. Spare shoe trees in the spare bedroom closet? Nope, in the underneath the sink in the cabinet in the bathroom. Wtf?
post #12550 of 13485
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Asians.


but srsly, Asians, what's with the big fear of dogs? I was walking in Central Park with a terrifying Bernese mountain dog in tow, and a female asian teenager pointed, screamed, and ran away. I originally thought it was because of my big dick, but i checked and it was not out, so it had to be the dog.

it's a big dog, yes, but I've taken note at the people who are vocal about their fear of it ... it's almost exclusively small kids and Asian tourists. Small kids i can kind of see since the dog towers over them, but I don't get it with the Asians. SF, help me understand.


Arabs and muslims in general are worse, at least around here.
post #12551 of 13485
Check the freezer.
post #12552 of 13485
Don't look in the freezer. That's where they hide the bodies.
post #12553 of 13485
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

Asians.


but srsly, Asians, what's with the big fear of dogs? I was walking in Central Park with a terrifying Bernese mountain dog in tow, and a female asian teenager pointed, screamed, and ran away. I originally thought it was because of my big dick, but i checked and it was not out, so it had to be the dog.

it's a big dog, yes, but I've taken note at the people who are vocal about their fear of it ... it's almost exclusively small kids and Asian tourists. Small kids i can kind of see since the dog towers over them, but I don't get it with the Asians. SF, help me understand.


it might me native asian tourists, because in asia they think your maybe walking a Tibetian mastiff instead of a BMG.



*make no mistake the Tibetian mastiffs in asia can be wild as fuck and used as guard dogs for properties.

hell even my chinese filipino friends in the Philippines still have Chow Chows that are the the old world kind and are mean as fuck/used as property protection.

I had an ecuadorian friend in Bushwick who bought a Red Tibetan mastiff as a puppy in a total shady deal with a local chinese trader who has a large distribution warehouse in the area on metropolitan street. The Chinese trader guy warned him multiple times that it was going to be huge, mean, and semi-untrainable but he dropped 2k on it anyway because it was red colored like the kind that sold for millions a couple years ago in china.

the mastiff ended up near 80lbs before 4months old and now is near 200lbs. it was actually cute and playful as a puppy buy its wild towards any other dog his size or not his friend and had the whole neighborhood freaked out with its loud booming assed barks. he has zero little control over the dog and it has actually ran into an SUV denting the side.
Edited by LawrenceMD - 7/20/14 at 6:16pm
post #12554 of 13485
interesting to hear, thanks. I was speaking to an asian guy about it yesterday (short guy, green hermes wallet), and he suggested that in a lot of densely populated asian cities, people simply don't have dogs or pets, nor would they want dogs or pets, so a 100lb black dog naturally has them on edge.

It's something that I had no idea about until I started with big dogs in a public setting.
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

interesting to hear, thanks. I was speaking to an asian guy about it yesterday (short guy, green hermes wallet), and he suggested that in a lot of densely populated asian cities, people simply don't have dogs or pets, nor would they want dogs or pets, so a 100lb black dog naturally has them on edge.

It's something that I had no idea about until I started with big dogs in a public setting.

^what ended up happening is that huge burly Tibetian mastiffs became status symbols of wealth for the chinese around the 2010 area and you had stupid people buying them and living in cramped apartments in huge cities like Hong Kong or Shanghai and there were a ton of mauling incidents.
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