Spicy Food Challenge: World's Hottest Curry | SICKEST EATS


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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: A BRAVE food vlogger has taken on the ultimate spicy challenge – by tackling five of London’s hottest dishes in a …

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  1. I want to try it. Everytime I went to restaurant that claimed it’s very spicy, but i even not feel the spicy at all, always disappointed. I blend 2 packets thai chillies with 10 ghost chillies with vinegar, first time I tried it, it burned my mouth little but , its nothing afterward. I want something spicy that make me sweating and last ages in my mouth 😃

  2. I loooove spicy food but not to the point where the spice overpowers the taste and u cant enjoy it anymore. The best way to describe it for me is those spicy fire samyang noodles cant enjoy the taste cayse of how hot it is

  3. I feel for him🔥🔥🔥 When one must cry eating a burger?? 💯🔥🔥🔥 Poor camera man😂😂😂😂 Anyone know if he has his own show?My mouth water but honestly not for so much chilli😂😂😂

  4. The books are quite graphic and terrible themselves anyway, let us not forget Eddie Carr's dark death in the mouth of two Tyrannosaur, the scene is still quite dark, especially with her screams, her death eventually turns the movie dark, and it literally turns into nightfall on the island, with fear of what is to come. As a British person, I also found her death quite sad, the British girl being chosen for the slaughter, with the Americans safe. Reminds me of Muldoon and Peter, Hammond's nephew. But Chrichton's books were much horrific, and that is what the whole story was truly meant to be, horror, adventure, science fiction. World was quite intense when I first saw it in theatres, and it reminded me of Jaws 3 with a beast inside the park, and finding a way to stop it.