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    Maybe she's trying to kill you?
    I might need to ask for the name of that chilli i have a few people in mind to shove that down their throat
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    Skin peeling usually happens when the temperature of food is too hot - maybe that was the problem rather than (or as well as) the chili? That could also explain why only you had such a bad reaction.

    Also, I wouldn't be happy either if I cooked a meal for you and then you complained at me for something I did by mistake.
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    (Original post by BasicMistake)
    Are you sure she isn't trying to kill you and she's just angry that she didn't put enough toxin in?
    Everyone was eating it. Crazy how they didn't have the same reaction. My taste buds have taken a beating tonight.
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    (Original post by Maestosa)
    Skin peeling usually happens when the temperature of food is too hot - maybe that was the problem rather than (or as well as) the chili? That could also explain why only you had such a bad reaction.

    Also, I wouldn't be happy either if I cooked a meal for you and then you complained at me for something I did by mistake.
    I couldn't handle how spicy it was, so I think she was pissed off at my reaction most of all.

    It wasn't piping hot though, my little sister couldn't eat it.
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    sounds legit
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I couldn't handle how spicy it was, so I think she was pissed off at my reaction most of all.

    It wasn't piping hot though, my little sister couldn't eat it.
    Okay, that's just bizarre then. Maybe the chili wasn't mixed in properly and you got a mouthful...
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    My step mum use to cook awful curry and she use to go crazy when I didn't want to eat it 😂
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    (Original post by Maestosa)
    Okay, that's just bizarre then. Maybe the chili wasn't mixed in properly and you got a mouthful...
    That could be the case you know. God it was dreadful.
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    good luck
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    That could be the case you know. God it was dreadful.
    Can you take spice at all. Put sugar on where its peeling because it's stinging and you won't throw it up. Having milk help but also doesn't at the same time because you're just going to vomit.
    Or.. have an ice lolly and just keep it in your mouth.
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    No sympathy still
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    (Original post by Banana208)
    Can you take spice at all. Put sugar on where its peeling because it's stinging and you won't throw it up. Having milk help but also doesn't at the same time because you're just going to vomit.
    Or.. have an ice lolly and just keep it in your mouth.

    I can take a moderate amount of spice... like I'm fine with most indian curries, for example.

    But this was just too much. It was so painful.
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    your skin peeled off ahahaha
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    No sympathy still
    What?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I can take a moderate amount of spice... like I'm fine with most indian curries, for example.

    But this was just too much. It was so painful.
    I'm sorry to hear that Cooling it down with ice helps, it might burn/sting a bit but its a very good way of stopping it. Oh and it has the numbing powers
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    (Original post by TSR Mustafa)
    Skin peeled off? Seems legit
    The skin inside your mouth can in fact peel off due to burns when eating a hot chili (in particular jalapenos).
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    It's that time of the month
 
 
 
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