Sphincter tightens. . Walahi itifoi' ;' this! evilest thing I tai" infini' .. DO NOT EAT THE FREE PISTACHIO ICE CREAM. IT HAS TURNED. Sphincter tightens Walahi itifoi' ;' this! evilest thing I tai" infini' DO NOT EAT THE FREE PISTACHIO ICE CREAM IT HAS TURNED
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - elmerjfap
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DO NOT EAT THE FREE PISTACHIO ICE CREAM. IT HAS TURNED.
User avatar #9 to #7 - iamthou
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i loved that movie, and I love you for that comment
User avatar #41 to #9 - Rammencup
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i was looking for this pic actualy
#5 - ffffyou
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The reaction after you eat from it.
#16 to #5 - vaporous
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Some how, I don't think I'd jizz my pants.
User avatar #18 - fatspartan
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But wouldn't the dairy in the ice cream neutralize the Capsaicin in the wasabi?

(Capsaicin is the chemical in spicy foods that produces the burning sensation and can be neutralized by a chemical commonly found in dairy products)
User avatar #33 to #18 - xxhunterxx
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Like the guy said it's more related to mustard. Most wasabi is really colored horseradish.
User avatar #19 to #18 - fuzzysixx
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Wasabi is actually a different type of spice, more like mustard. Capsaicin is what makes chili peppers spicy.
User avatar #20 to #19 - fatspartan
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And now I know!
#37 to #20 - anon id: 04c08914
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I think it is isothiocyanate, which is also in horseradish. Because it is an ion, it is water soluble. Capsaicin is highly lipophilic, so it cannot be washed away with water, but isothiocyanate can be quickly washed out of the mouth with water. But I isothiocyanate works more as a vapor on the nasal passages.
#52 to #37 - fatalconcept
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Anon is 100% correct. isothiocynate. the primary difference is that one is a water soluble ion and the other is an oil. Explains why the sting of capsaicin lasts much longer and effects where it contacts where wasabi effects the nasal passage.
User avatar #30 - elmoose **User deleted account**
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"evilest" isn't a word
User avatar #35 to #30 - spearpwi
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It's the superlative of evil...so yes...it is a word...you cunt.
#44 to #35 - xlxluckyjoexlx
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1 syllable is -er -est, 2 syllables are more and most, as in more evil, most evil. So Elmoose is technically right.
1 syllable is -er -est, 2 syllables are more and most, as in more evil, most evil. So Elmoose is technically right.
User avatar #48 to #44 - articulate
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So "funner" and "funnest" then?
#49 to #48 - xlxluckyjoexlx
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Technically speaking, those are words, but because they don't sound exactly right, they were deemed not words. I use them as words and pull the superlative rule though.
User avatar #53 to #30 - wanicochil
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www.thefreedictionary.com/evilest

e·vil·er, e·vil·est
1. Morally bad or wrong; wicked: an evil tyrant.
2. Causing ruin, injury, or pain; harmful: the evil effects of a poor diet.
3. Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous: evil omens.
4. Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous: an evil reputation.
5. Characterized by anger or spite; malicious: an evil temper.

Funny how a quick google search can be the difference between a complete jackass
User avatar #31 to #30 - graydiggy
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No one asked you.
User avatar #39 to #31 - Rammencup
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i asked him so ha
#23 - noaml
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User avatar #40 - skypatrol
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Once when I was still a baby, probably around 2-3 (I can only estimate)
My parents took the family to Habachi's (for those that don't know, it is a japanese restaurant where they cook the food right in front of you.
Anyway, about halfway through the meal, when nobody was really paying me any attention, I am told that I took a handful of wasabi, and shoved it in my mouth. The chef just gasped and froze, and everyone turned and looked at me, to see my hand in my mouth, and green stuff all around it. (no it wasnt Shrek's cum)
But I didn't make a sound, i never even winced.
We continued with our meal and I was told all of this many years later.
tl;dr
I ate a handful of wasabi when I was a little kid
#42 to #40 - Dwarf
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User avatar #59 to #40 - royalwerewolf
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babies are ******* hardcore
User avatar #50 to #40 - floofy
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hibachi is a style of cooking not a restaurant. not criticizing just informing for future reference.

IE Hibachi grills.
User avatar #60 to #50 - skypatrol
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Sorry, where I am from (USA, Delaware) people just refer to the place as hibachi's... Just short for Hibachi grill, I guess.
But thank you! I never knew that hibachi was the style of cooking.
User avatar #61 to #60 - floofy
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im from Texas no excuses! its all right though jsut didnt want to see you in a situation lol
#62 to #61 - skypatrol
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I'm sorry, what do you mean?
User avatar #63 to #62 - floofy
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you could be considered ignorant. Just edumacating ya'z
User avatar #64 to #63 - skypatrol
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Oh, why thank you
User avatar #24 - petrie
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Spice cream
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User avatar #4 - pikatchu
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every time i read or hear wasabi i have to think of that

The Lion King - Scar Hits Sarabi
#15 to #4 - stabiloboss
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"wasaaaaBIIII" / "saraaaaBIIII"   
   
I know exactly what you mean.   
 that childhood
"wasaaaaBIIII" / "saraaaaBIIII"

I know exactly what you mean.
that childhood
#1 - zependium
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When eating that
When eating that
#2 to #1 - ykaliber
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After realizing what you have eaten...
#3 to #2 - zependium
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#29 - anon id: f1e893ca
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I was eating sushi, friend came along. He saw the wasabi, asked what it was. I told him it was Japanese toothpaste. He bought it. what can I say, I'm the diet coke of Evil.
User avatar #38 to #29 - thebacondroid
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Just one calorie
not evil enough
#43 to #38 - Dwarf
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#45 to #43 - xlxluckyjoexlx
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Knock Knock
User avatar #46 to #45 - Dwarf
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Come in.
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