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alcohol, it burns

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so my brother was out tonight displaying his special grilling prowess and inciting the natives. he and the boys and i spent the night on the porch drinking beer, cooking and eating various kinds of red meat, and playing guitar to impromptu lyrical renditions in regale of funny things that have happened in our lives.

the firepit was lit, and the beer was cold, but when the minstrel began to strum to the tales of china i couldn't resist re-enacting one particular story that involved a mouthful of straight ethanol, a cigarette lighter, and a chinese business dinner in a rather swanky establishment that i am no longer welcome in, despite my unusually exalted status.

it seems that an unnamed fellow had taken a flask of ethanol to luoyang in response to the endless toasts of baijou, mouthed a bit, and engaged in some pyrotechnic display in a crowded restaraunt approaching midnight. the hundred or so witnesses to the event were baijou seasoned well enough that none were able to make it to their feet before it was clear that there was no actual danger. they did, however, have a story for the morrow to the effect that foreign devils really were firebreating creatures straight from hell.

the re-enactment went off largely as planned, in an even more spectacular manner, involving a significantly larger quantity of ethanol, a flaming hand, and the ignominous shortening of a beard. all's well that ends...


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I chopped five jalapeños in the evening on Sunday for my chili wings recipe. I thought that by making it quick my hands would be safe enough without wearing gloves. My hands felt like burning afterwards and they remained that way until I fell asleep.


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I always like to do the matchbox penetration to unsuspecting patrons in the smoky little watering hole I hang out to quench my thirst after eating pure red meat.

I thought you was one of dem vegematarian hippie huggers. I got you all wrong.


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I chopped five jalapeños in the evening on Sunday for my chili wings recipe. I thought that by making it quick my hands would be safe enough without wearing gloves. My hands felt like burning afterwards and they remained that way until I fell asleep.

I must have special hands. I never wear gloves to chop any type of peppers. Lucky me.


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the re-enactment went off largely as planned, in an even more spectacular manner, involving a significantly larger quantity of ethanol, a flaming hand, and the ignominous shortening of a beard. all's well that ends...

so your new nickname is patchy?


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it seems that an unnamed fellow had taken a flask of ethanol to luoyang in response to the endless toasts of baijou, mouthed a bit, and engaged in some pyrotechnic display in a crowded restaraunt approaching midnight. the hundred or so witnesses to the event were baijou seasoned well enough that none were able to make it to their feet before it was clear that there was no actual danger.

Baijiu tastes like rubbing alcohol (don't ask), in my opinion. Blech. I guess it's used more for entertainment purposes and the reddening of faces than flavour, huh? :P

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Anyone who has visited a petrol-pump in the last three years can easily infer that alcohol burns--else why would they so commonly mix it with petrol (lotsa the pumps say "cotains up to 10% ethanol")? :lol:


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Anyone who has visited a petrol-pump in the last three years can easily infer that alcohol burns--else why would they so commonly mix it with petrol (lotsa the pumps say "cotains up to 10% ethanol")? :lol:

:rofl:

wait, what?

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Anyone who has visited a petrol-pump in the last three years can easily infer that alcohol burns--else why would they so commonly mix it with petrol (lotsa the pumps say "cotains up to 10% ethanol")? :lol:

Well shuckydarn I didn't think of that!

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