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MEGS last won the day on April 4 2018

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  1. i dont get the selling rock thing what am i missing
  2. The internet has been fired up lately over the above YouTube video of two women tasting the Carolina Reaper, also known as the hottest pepper in the world. The video is eventful, for sure: The women sputter. They spit. They scream. One even appears to have an asthma attack and is shown using an inhaler, then recovering with an oxygen tube. And eventually they laugh, because they aren’t the first to fail the “hottest pepper challenge.” After watching the video, you’re probably wondering if all this is safe. Hint: It’s not. Turns out that eating the world’s hottest pepper ― or any ultra-hot pepper, for that matter ― can occasionally lead to health problems like shortness of breath, vomiting, seizures and, in a few extreme cases in children, death. If you’re an adult planning a pepper challenge, proceed with extreme caution. MIZIKM VIA GETTY IMAGES Chili peppers contain a compound called capsaicin, which stimulates nerve endings that tell your brain it’s feeling heat or pain, Dr. Sanjeev Jain of the Columbia Asthma & Allergy Clinic told HuffPost. Capsaicin itself is unlikely to harm you, but that painful sensation can cause stress or anxiety-related symptoms like shortness of breath and vomiting, especially in people with asthma, he said. “There’s some concern that hot peppers may cause asthma attacks, but that’s never been proven,” Jain said. “It’s more likely a stress-induced reaction.” But it’s a dangerous reaction, indeed. Adults can suffer seizures after trying extremely spicy peppers, potentially due to dehydration from sweating. In one tragic incident, a child died from a seizure brought on by ingesting chili powder. Deaths from chili peppers are mostly related to children, Dr. Harrison Lin, an ear, nose and throat specialist and an assistant professor at the University of California, Irvine, told HuffPost. But it’s clear that ultra-spicy peppers aren’t safe for anyone. Most notably, they can rev up painful acid reflux in adults. One food writer documented his ordeal with the Carolina Reaper for Bon Appétit, recalling a “searing pain” from heartburn that left him barely able to get out of bed.
  3. U should back out Dwite a kid at the school over in destin died last year just saying.
  4. This show is definitely a pantie dropper kramer. Luv u and luv your shows.
  5. Your more than welcome anytime Kramie poo. You can't handle me though, I would get you in all sorts of trouble.
  6. Yeah a lil too teeny. Last weekend my top came off in the water. Some little boys got a eye full.
  7. I'm going to be on the beach and will be listening today Kramer. LOVE THE SHOW!
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