Ouch it burns! [this ever happen to you?]

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So, I love hot peppers and cooking with them. Earlier today I was making scrambled eggs with hungarian hot peppers (pretty good if you've never tried it).

But so yeah, I was sautéing the pepper first and I was standing a little close to it and took in a huge breath of pepper fumes. I've done it before but this pepper was hotter than usual Now I'm still coughing from it more than an hour later haha.

Also, worse.. I hadn't properly washed my hands off and happened to touch myself.. if you know where I mean. Ouch! That really burned for a while haha. TMI? Yeah, probably.

Moral of the story: Be careful when you handle hot peppers.
 

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Moral of the story: Be careful when you handle hot peppers.
Or: When you handle hot peppers, wash your hands before you touch your own cucumber! :tongueout:

However, if the peppers didn't burn the skin on your hands, why did they burn the skin on other places? Seems odd.

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Well, kind of like it burns the skin in your mouth but not your hands.. the skin is a little more sensitive there :p.
 

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Well, kind of like it burns the skin in your mouth but not your hands.. the skin is a little more sensitive there :p.
Mine isn't - same skin as the rest of the body really. But maybe you're circumcised, which would explain it.

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Haha, this reminded me about the other day at school some kids brought in a couple habanero peppers (one of hottest peppers) at lunch. A few of them ate them and started to throw up after a few minutes lol. They almost got suspended, but the teachers didn't know who brought them in.
 

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So, I love hot peppers and cooking with them. Earlier today I was making scrambled eggs with hungarian hot peppers (pretty good if you've never tried it).

But so yeah, I was sautéing the pepper first and I was standing a little close to it and took in a huge breath of pepper fumes. I've done it before but this pepper was hotter than usual Now I'm still coughing from it more than an hour later haha.

Also, worse.. I hadn't properly washed my hands off and happened to touch myself.. if you know where I mean. Ouch! That really burned for a while haha. TMI? Yeah, probably.

Moral of the story: Be careful when you handle hot peppers.
Haha that sucks. I've never cooked with hot peppers before, but I can imagine it must burn your throat!

I'm very careful to wash off after touching a hot pepper. I really don't want to feel pain down there... =(
 

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Peppers don't really bother me at all!! I go through a bottle of hot sause ever two months, as I like hot & spicy foods!!
 

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Peppers don't really bother me at all!! I go through a bottle of hot sause ever two months, as I like hot & spicy foods!!
Can...

can you taste anything anymore?
 

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Peppers don't really bother me at all!! I go through a bottle of hot sause ever two months, as I like hot & spicy foods!!
i'm the same way. i can actually get myself into trouble ordering thai food so spicey and then eating so much of it that i cause myself a certain amount of unmentionable digestive torment.

if you ever find yourself in a situation where you've been dicing up jalapenos in a cuisinart and you spray it out with a hot-water hose, be sure to hold your breath. inhaling vaporized capsicum fumes is never fun. and if you get ceyanne pepper juice under your fingernails, don't stick your finger into your ear, eye, or nose for at least 12 hours. no amount of handwashing seems to have any effect in that situation. i speak from bitter experience.
 

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i used to be a pepper junkie, but now i cant even handle a jalepano
hot and sour soup, yes
 
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Also, worse.. I hadn't properly washed my hands off and happened to touch myself.. if you know where I mean. Ouch! That really burned for a while haha. TMI? Yeah, probably.
I know a few people who this has happened to. The skin down there is definitely more sensitive. I've also heard of third base gone wrong when a guy has touched hot peppers and later fingers a girl...not good.
 

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Soap won't even get it off usually, the best thing to do is wash your hand with whole milk. It turns out that the proteins in milk bind with the pepper oils and pull it away. (Also why drinking milk or consuming dairy will kill the burn in your mouth too)
 
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Also, worse.. I hadn't properly washed my hands off and happened to touch myself.. if you know where I mean. Ouch! That really burned for a while haha. TMI? Yeah, probably

I wonder why I haven't see this thread before. To quote an epic /b/ thread.

/b/ said:
OH GOD MA BALLLLZZZZZZ!!!!
 
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