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Old 05-16-2007, 08:41 PM   #1
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While making up a batch of brisket rub tonight, wind picked up & got a bunch of Chipotle powder in the eyes & up one nostril. Note to self, close window while measuring spices. Near as bad as a dose of tear gas.
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Old 05-16-2007, 09:13 PM   #2
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lol...been there...

had an ember from some lump spark into my eye and get under
my lower eye lid. Painful Thanksgiving.

Despite telling myself repeatedly not too, rubbed my eye while
making abts.

and the most stupid...after receiving a new Forschner in the mail,
I decided to test it's sharpness by running my finger down the blade.
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Old 05-16-2007, 09:15 PM   #3
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Maybe it's a good thing you don't leave Myrtle Beach. [smilie=a_movinggreen.gif]
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Old 05-16-2007, 09:22 PM   #4
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there's more...one time I was cleaning a turkey pot by boiling water,
and when I poured the water out, it ran over my foot.
Boiled foot is not a favorite of mine, although I think the
pygmies in New Guinea like it.

One of the first time I used lump in my kettle I put the top
on and left it alone for a while. When I grabbed the lid to remove
it I got seared hand and threw the lid on m concrete patio,
resulting in it losing its round. Still fits, but not so much.

BTW, for burns, put plain old yellow mustard on the
painful area....works wonders. I should know.
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A friend once thought he'd make himself some "chili powder" by putting dried Socorro chilies in the blender. He said that in a few seconds the stuff was all over the room and into every mucous membrane. He thought sure he was going to die.

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Well speaking og them hot peppas..sure surprised somebody aint talked of handling them thangs then touching mama in the right place. Whew..it just like riding a bucking horse at the rodeo. Now no first hand expuriences of course. Just rumors I heard

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Well speaking og them hot peppas..sure surprised somebody aint talked of handling them thangs then touching mama in the right place. Whew..it just like riding a bucking horse at the rodeo. Now no first hand expuriences of course. Just rumors I heard

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Well speaking og them hot peppas..sure surprised somebody aint talked of handling them thangs then touching mama in the right place. Whew..it just like riding a bucking horse at the rodeo. Now no first hand expuriences of course. Just rumors I heard

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I did handle some and then go to the bathroom once.....just once!! [smilie=a_cry.gif] [smilie=a_holyshit.gif] [smilie=madflame.gif] [smilie=eek2.gif]
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I did the same thing..once just once.....
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I had a contact pop out one day while riding down the road. I pulled over into a gas station, and when I went to put it back in I was quickly reminded that I had put sun screen on earlier that morning. [smilie=a_doh.gif]
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