I don't mean that I like it, no...I LOVE it. I love the burn, the burn adds flavor. Yeah, it's hot, and I have to drink water/soda and sometimes even milk to help me get through the burn, but it's like an addiction. I used to eat Hot Cheetos all the time, but now after I eat them, I get a horrible stomachache until I sit on the toilet and let (warning:disgusting) a stream of poo out my butt.
And it's not just Hot Cheetos, I don't think. I've made myself stop eating them, but I've been craving Hot Wings for like the past week, and have had them at least once a day (one day I had them twice). I went to Wings N Things and got Extra Hot, the one below Atomic Hot. It was amazing. (I did try the Atomic Hot one day in a cup to taste it, and my mom dared me to drink it all, so I did...I also had the Extra Hot wings like fifteen minutes later because the Atomic Hot sauce made me feel like I was going to throw up.) Anyways, after these hot wings, I get the same reaction as the Hot Cheetos. I haven't had any hot wings today, because my stomach still hurts from eating them yesterday.
My mom suggested I drink buttermilk before eating the spicy food, or just go less spicy and more flavor. I bought buttermilk and it's HORRIBLE. And I don't want to go less spicy. I'm seriously craving hot wings right now. Can someone please tell me how to be able to eat my spicy foods without a stomachache? I used to be fine with them. I mean, my mom loves to tell people the story of my being three years old and eating spicy horseradish by the spoonful!View Thread
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