Ok so I'm getting ready to cook up pic related with some mushrooms / onions / beef / spinach / green onion.
This is rated anywhere from 100,000 to 350,000 SHU, over 100x hotter than the korean challenge noodles you see on youtube which are around 14,000 SHU.
wish me luck.
I had some a couple weeks ago and they honestly weren't nearly as hot as I was expecting. still pretty hot, but almost at the level where you could eat them normally and not just on a dare.
does anyone know if the flakes of stuff in it was meat or some kind of mushroom? my korean isn't good enough to read the ingredients.
ok so, i'm not sure what's going on here.
Maybe I have gotten really used to eating spicy food recently at this level or I'm getting defective bags of spice.
I first did the korean challenge noodles ( the one where you drain the water and apply the sauce ). wasn't really all that hot, it mainly just made me have a less than optimal poop in the morning.
I've been eating small amounts of habanero peppers in the food i cook recently as I'm trying to build up a tolerance cause I enjoy it, whatever.
This wasn't spicy until I accidently inhaled some of it, now i'm coughing; I still have a bunch left to eat, I'm going to down this now and see what happens.
I just did a ball sack test, you stick your finger in it and then spread it on your nut sack; so if this is hot on my nuts in about an hour;; well basically fuck i'm retarded It's starting to get hot now just took a little while; it's like that other guy said though; not that bad, I'm enjoying it.
the last time I cut habanero's up though I touched my nuts in the morning and that is a sensation you may or may not want to experience. so give it a try. I think I half enjoyed it.
Ok like my actual review of this is, it's really good. better than shin, better than the korean challenge noodles, this is a really good ramyun.I am going to buy some of the sea food habanero next.
THIS STUFF IS GOOD LADS.
ok the heat is working its way into my left testical after I stuck my finger in the soup and touched it; this is neat.
>eating ramen out of a casserole dish and starting a thread about it as though it's your greatest culinary achievement
When anons in the future ask what was meant by "flyover", this will always be there, in one archive or another.
>haven't been a 12 year old since 1997
>haven't had a home to go back to since 2003
Also, nobody cares about your dumb keyboard. You might as well have taken a picture with your tits out.
불닭볶음면 isnt even that spicy. Its one of my favourite things to eat. I dont know why people think its a spicy challenge. It burns your lips a bit, but nothing overwhelming. This one might be a bit spicier, but whats the point?
Pic related was too spicy to enjoy. It just overpowers other flavors and numbs your mouth to them.
I swear, by the way you talk you're like a tripfag without the 'trip' part. Everybody knows of you because of the weird way you repeat words. With that flyoverflyoverfloyover thing you're a one man meme. You also seem to spend a scary amount of time here.
Flyover would never have become a favorite meme if not for all the buttmad defensive flyovers who actually think flyover land can be defended
When Comrade Sanders becomes CINC the carpet bombing will start
We will not stop until every flyover has been liberated from its miserable life
We can then replant the endless tracts of identical housing interrupted by Cheesecake Factory, McDonalds, and Old Navy, with nicer things such as solar panels, organic kale, and perhaps some independently-owned vinyl stores. Staffed by robots of course, because no human would want to live there.
His repeating words and all that? If the shoe fits and all. The word 'autistic' gets thrown around so much it almost has no meaning but dude seems pretty hardcore.
I just picture Dustin Hoffman aimlessly shuffling around a grocery store muttering
here is the back of the packages.
Top is the korean challenge noodles.
Bottom is the habanero.
>There is a SHU scale on the back of the package rating it.
Rating the soup. Uh huh. 3 likeliest possibilities:
1) You can't understand what is written
2) It's knowingly misleading marketing nonsense
3) The product is made by retards
>knowing scoville units
>knowing things makes you a fedora
It never occurred to me before now, but you have to be right. It is just one sad, autistic smekhead parroting the flyover thing in every thread.
Goddamn, that may be the most depressing thing I've ever heard. Just a single, lonely autist, going into every thread and posting about flyover, as though it was his divinely ordained mission in life to tell people that they're inherently bad for the place they live.