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Has anyone tried these? 

I had a few of the jalapeño and cheese ones.................. **** me sideways they're hot!!!! 

 

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I tried them.

You would need an asbestos tongue to get through a bag of them.

No enjoyment to eating them and that's coming from some one who quite regular eats a Jal Bhuna from the Guru leftovers for breakfast.

 

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2 hours ago, Irufushi said:

They aren’t that hot ffs ?

 

Not buying it.

 

Struggles with a Korma type post imo!

 

:D ?

 

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Bunch of pansies :lol:

 

If you want hot, go to America and buy a bag of flaming hot cheetos,they're amazing. 

 

Hot food doesn't really affect me whilst eating it, my arse however, is more sensitive than my mouth. I'm pretty sure Johnny Cash wrote a song about that very subject coming to think about it. 

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If you like to suffer whilst eating crisps, Golden Wonder Salt & Vinegar is the answer. So strong it actually hurts to eat them.

 

I like them, though.

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1 hour ago, Col1874 said:

Bunch of pansies :lol:

 

If you want hot, go to America and buy a bag of flaming hot cheetos,they're amazing. 

 

Hot food doesn't really affect me whilst eating it, my arse however, is more sensitive than my mouth. I'm pretty sure Johnny Cash wrote a song about that very subject coming to think about it. 

 

I buy flaming hot Cheetos in Sainsbury's. Nice, but not terribly hot. Presumably the UK version is milder.

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44 minutes ago, martoon said:

 

I buy flaming hot Cheetos in Sainsbury's. Nice, but not terribly hot. Presumably the UK version is milder.

UK 'spicy' doesn't compare. 

 

I'm surprised how few can handle hot spices. My work had to make their Chicken Vindaloo more mild because some clowns complained it was too spicy - ITS A BLOODY VINDALOO FFS, NOT A KORMA 

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2 hours ago, Col1874 said:

Bunch of pansies :lol:

 

If you want hot, go to America and buy a bag of flaming hot cheetos,they're amazing. 

 

Hot food doesn't really affect me whilst eating it, my arse however, is more sensitive than my mouth. I'm pretty sure Johnny Cash wrote a song about that very subject coming to think about it. 

 

I tried the extra hot ones when I was over a few years ago. Jesus wept.

 

Seabrook have a packet that are much worse, though.

 

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50 minutes ago, martoon said:

 

I buy flaming hot Cheetos in Sainsbury's. Nice, but not terribly hot. Presumably the UK version is milder.

They have these ones, which certainly look hotter than the ones you get here, which I wouldn't even say were hot at all.

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1 hour ago, Col1874 said:

UK 'spicy' doesn't compare. 

 

I'm surprised how few can handle hot spices. My work had to make their Chicken Vindaloo more mild because some clowns complained it was too spicy - ITS A BLOODY VINDALOO FFS, NOT A KORMA 

 

Exactly. I love hot and spicy food. To order a hot dish, then complain it's toooooo hot must drive chef's/cooks nuts. 

 

Pansies. Spot on. :lol:

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1 hour ago, Lemongrab said:

They have these ones, which certainly look hotter than the ones you get here, which I wouldn't even say were hot at all.

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If by "they" you mean Sainsbury's, I'll look out for them. Cheers. 

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3 hours ago, Col1874 said:

Bunch of pansies :lol:

 

If you want hot, go to America and buy a bag of flaming hot cheetos,they're amazing. 

 

Hot food doesn't really affect me whilst eating it, my arse however, is more sensitive than my mouth. I'm pretty sure Johnny Cash wrote a song about that very subject coming to think about it. 

 

I'm the same. I can tuck hot food away no problem but next day I'll have stomach cramps and then after some near liquid relief the sphincter will be absolutely fizzing 

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The Wasabi ones are not very hot at all and the 'fiery' chicken wing flavour do not match their description.

 

 

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1 hour ago, martoon said:

 

If by "they" you mean Sainsbury's, I'll look out for them. Cheers. 

Sadly, by "they" I meant the Americans.

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2 minutes ago, Lemongrab said:

Sadly, by "they" I meant the Americans.

 

?

 

Cheers for the reply, bud. 

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Now I'm sober I've tried the few that were left............. ****in brutal, in fact should have a ****in warning on the packet, there's no way I'd have scoffed as many as I did last night if I wasn't a bit pished, never again. 

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I mind buying a packet of habanero crisps from Lupe Pintos, when passing a few years back. Ate them walking along. I had to pop into a pub for a drink, and to wash my hands as I'd mistakenly touched my eye.  ?

 

I can't remember exactly what the crisps were, but they were something like this. I've not been in Lupe's for a while, does anyone know if they still sell crisps?

 

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I like spicy and hot food, though seem not to cope with it as much as I use to. 

 

That aside, I have never seen the point of food that is so hot, you just don’t taste anything, and all you do is burn instead. 

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On ‎16‎/‎06‎/‎2019 at 15:16, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I tried the extra hot ones when I was over a few years ago. Jesus wept.

 

Seabrook have a packet that are much worse, though.

 

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Got these from Tesco , quite a nice heat to them

 

 

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5 minutes ago, shlabalaba said:

 

 

Got these from Tesco , quite a nice heat to them

 

 

 

I love spicy food, but with the lack of milk available in the fridge, I had to eat them in stages. 

 

:laugh:

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On 15/06/2019 at 22:51, Dawnrazor said:

Has anyone tried these? 

I had a few of the jalapeño and cheese ones.................. **** me sideways they're hot!!!! 

 

 

Superb crisps. Not that hot imo, just tasty! 

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Can this thread please be merged with the ‘Crisps!’ thread.

 

I’m getting awfy jealous.

 

:lol: 

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5 hours ago, Paolo said:

I like spicy and hot food, though seem not to cope with it as much as I use to. 

 

That aside, I have never seen the point of food that is so hot, you just don’t taste anything, and all you do is burn instead. 

It's so the hard men can tell you how much HEAT they can handle.

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7 minutes ago, Sooperstar said:

It's so the hard men can tell you how much HEAT they can handle.

As usual, you’re right.

 

The folk that go on (and on) about the hot, hot food they eat, are probably the ones who couldn’t look a bloody Madras in the face without keeling over.

 

It’s all about Willy waving.

 

Same with the big strong beer drinkers, but that’s for a different thread!

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On 16/06/2019 at 16:57, Morgan said:

The Wasabi ones are not very hot at all .

 

 

Not very hot, but very good!

Would easily finish a whole bag if they weren't taken away from me.

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7 hours ago, Serge said:

Not very hot, but very good!

Would easily finish a whole bag if they weren't taken away from me.

I agree, Serge.

 

Being a big fan of :Japanese horseradish’ I found them to be very moreish!

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Konrad von Carstein
On 16/06/2019 at 15:16, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I tried the extra hot ones when I was over a few years ago. Jesus wept.

 

Seabrook have a packet that are much worse, though.

 

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Bought these tonight, not enjoyable! 

 

From someone who can take a Vindaloo, Madras etc...Mrs KvC was raging when I let her try one after saying they weren't "too bad" :lol:

 

However, having said all of that, they are strangely addictive...

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5 minutes ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

Bought these tonight, not enjoyable! 

 

From someone who can take a Vindaloo, Madras etc...Mrs KvC was raging when I let her try one after saying they weren't "too bad" :lol:

 

However, having said all of that, they are strangely addictive...

These were on the ‘official’ crisps thread started by Morgan :lol: 

 

I asked a couple of times where they could be purchased, but never got a reply.

 

Where did you get yours tonight?

 

Thanks.

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6 minutes ago, Morgan said:

These were on the ‘official’ crisps thread started by Morgan :lol: 

 

I asked a couple of times where they could be purchased, but never got a reply.

 

Where did you get yours tonight?

 

Thanks.

Asda Chesser....you are Morgan?

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On 16/06/2019 at 16:57, Morgan said:

The Wasabi ones are not very hot at all and the 'fiery' chicken wing flavour do not match their description.

 

 

Fiery chicken wing ones are false advertising.

 

Very disappointing.

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44 minutes ago, Morgan said:

These were on the ‘official’ crisps thread started by Morgan :lol: 

 

I asked a couple of times where they could be purchased, but never got a reply.

 

Where did you get yours tonight?

 

Thanks.

 

Please tell me you're not starting to refer to yourself in the third person?

 

I don't think we can be friends if you are.

 

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1 hour ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

Asda Chesser....you are Morgan?

 

Sorry, my ‘sense of humour’.  I really do know who I am.   :lol: 

 

I’m just sooo parental to my own threads, almost paranoiac jealousy.

1 hour ago, Mysterion said:

Fiery chicken wing ones are false advertising.

 

Very disappointing.

 

Completely. The Wasabi ones are a bit along the same lines.

 

56 minutes ago, iantjambo said:

 

Please tell me you're not starting to refer to yourself in the third person?

 

I don't think we can be friends if you are.

 

?

 

:sad: Never!

 

I’m gutted that my sense of humour could almost have jeopardised our relationship.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Morgan said:

 

Sorry, my ‘sense of humour’.  I really do know who I am.   :lol: 

 

I’m just sooo parental to my own threads, almost paranoiac jealousy.

 

Completely. The Wasabi ones are a bit along the same lines.

 

 

:sad: Never!

 

I’m gutted that my sense of humour could almost have jeopardised our relationship.

 

 

 

That was close.

 

I took your picture off the wall and everything :sob:

 

Big hugs my friend ?

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10 hours ago, Mysterion said:

Fiery chicken wing ones are false advertising.

 

Very disappointing.

I bought a pack of these in Scotmid the other day when I saw them reduced to 35p and thought back to this thread. They were nice but not hot at all. Would say that Thai Sweet Chilli Sensations are hotter than them.

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amitared
On 16/06/2019 at 16:34, Taffin said:

 

I'm the same. I can tuck hot food away no problem but next day I'll have stomach cramps and then after some near liquid relief the sphincter will be absolutely fizzing 

Me looking for an answer and bumping into this post , while sitting in the bathroom with stomach cramps caused due to eating few Walker Max strong (jalapeno and cheese).

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On 02/01/2022 at 02:04, amitared said:

Me looking for an answer and bumping into this post , while sitting in the bathroom with stomach cramps caused due to eating few Walker Max strong (jalapeno and cheese).

I like the taste of them but they don't agree with me either. Same with those dorito stack things. Infact, I think there's so much additives and crap in most crisps I pretty much only eat tyrells salt and vinegar as they are about the only ones that don't have a dodgy effect on my stomach these days!!

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AlimOzturk

These aren’t spicy.  
 

Someone mentioned on the tread earlier that they found golden wonder salt and vinegar “hot” :rofl:

 

I wouldn’t even classify myself as someone who has a high tolerance for spicy food. In fact a hot madras is about as spicy as it get for me. Even then I have to plan on a evening the next day on the shitter. 

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12 minutes ago, AlimOzturk said:

These aren’t spicy.  
 

Someone mentioned on the tread earlier that they found golden wonder salt and vinegar “hot” :rofl:

 

I wouldn’t even classify myself as someone who has a high tolerance for spicy food. In fact a hot madras is about as spicy as it get for me. Even then I have to plan on a evening the next day on the shitter. 

 

You're the man when it comes to food 

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On 16/06/2019 at 15:16, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I tried the extra hot ones when I was over a few years ago. Jesus wept.

 

Seabrook have a packet that are much worse, though.

 

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These ones have a fair fiery kick to them.

 

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Salad Fingers

Best crisps out there right now. They are quite spicy but the flavour just makes you want more. 

 

Can highly recommend melting some Mexican cheese over them. 

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AlimOzturk
1 hour ago, rudi must stay said:

 

You're the man when it comes to food 


Not sure what you mean by this but thanks, I’ll take the compliment. 😂✌️

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