Whos had the hottest curry and where

Sixty

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#4
Could you try not to encourage the cretin please. I'd imagine this thread and the others that this retard has started will last until about one second after cpunk sees them.
 

Schaden

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#5
actionman said:
Ryhad saudi
Proper hot probably not a good idea at the time ragheads didnt like us much
Adrian
Ahh well - probably for the best - it may have sterilised any additional er "bodily fluids" that were added to the meal by the disgruntled locals.
 
#11
You get no brownie points for eating hot curry, all you get from a lifetime of eating curry are galstones, and I had my galbladder taken out in 2000, and I can tell you, I did not find that operation remotely amusing.
 
#12
SpunkyBalls said:
You get no brownie points for eating hot curry, all you get from a lifetime of eating curry are galstones, and I had my galbladder taken out in 2000, and I can tell you, I did not find that operation remotely amusing.
plus the runs the next day
 
#13
SpunkyBalls said:
You get no brownie points for eating hot curry, all you get from a lifetime of eating curry are galstones, and I had my galbladder taken out in 2000, and I can tell you, I did not find that operation remotely amusing.
Very valid point Spunky. I personally don't see the attraction in one of those mad hot curries I prefer to be able to taste my food and enjoy the subtle flavours that a goode curryhouse can achieve in the milder forms, but then again thats just personal choice.
 
#14
A bit off-topic but I ordered a MILD chicken Dopiaza t'other night, and asked them to make it even more milder...Hmm - it turns up hotter than it originally should be.
 

Fugly

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RitchieRitch69 said:
A bit off-topic but I ordered a MILD chicken Dopiaza t'other night, and asked them to make it even more milder...Hmm - it turns up hotter than it originally should be.
MILDER? Raging heemasex!
 
#16
Rupali, the Bigg Market, Newcastle.

They had a 'hottest curry in the world' challenge, which was, unsurprisingly, popular with students and the pissed.

The sensation of having your own internal volcano lasts for at least two days. Never mind a ring of fire, you feel like physically lifting your stomach out and dousing it in some very cold water for some time afterwards... (or, at least, I did).

Oh, and if you finish it, it's free.
 
#17
Fugly said:
RitchieRitch69 said:
A bit off-topic but I ordered a MILD chicken Dopiaza t'other night, and asked them to make it even more milder...Hmm - it turns up hotter than it originally should be.
MILDER? Raging heemasex!
Now thats typical of the Mildaphobic attitude that we have to stamp out to allow equality for all curry lovers no matter what their curry-style choice may be.