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So i've been a little sick and my sinuses have been killing me, so i fixed up a little spicy snack to clear 'em out. Thing is, without thinking about it, I touched the habañero and then touched my nose, and now I've got crazy pepper burn going on in there.
I'm trying to think of some sort of assinine analogy with which I could explain this predicament to you, but somehow, the chemical fire just defies explanation. Maybe sort of like a combination of itching, pinching or sweating, but not like any one of them in particular. It's not at all like getting the habañero inside your mouth. If someone else wants to get habañero in their nose and try to do the experience justice with words, have at it.
My friend once managed to get a chunk of twix in his nostril because I made him laugh while he was eating it.
It's like sticking your cock into a pencil sharpener while tap dancing on flaming coals to the music of Justin Beiber.
It's like attempting to yodel
Except there's sulfuric acid in your throat
And you don't know how to yodel.
Nostrils are aflame.
Like getting raped anally
By a lava flow.
Happy with what you have to be happy with
you have to be happy with what you have
to be happy with you have to be happy with what you have
At 12/5/11 08:33 PM, STEM wrote: It's like waking up in the middle of the night
and you're Wade Fulp
AND YOU CAN'T FIND YOUR FLASHLIGHTS
Someone ban this triple posting heathen!
the trick is to take a Habañero seed, soaked in the Habañero's juices, and place it in your eye
At 12/5/11 10:48 PM, ohbombuh wrote: There's a word for what you've done, OP.
I have to pronounce it that way cuz my siñuses are still clogged.
At 12/5/11 11:01 PM, AcetheSuperVillain wrote:At 12/5/11 10:48 PM, ohbombuh wrote: There's a word for what you've done, OP.I have to pronounce it that way cuz my siñuses are still clogged.
Well played, good sir.