Dominos Meltdown...

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Re: Dominos Meltdown...

You know...

Eating this ludicrously spicy food, drinking beer while watching rubbish TV made me remember "the good old days". So I perused the gallery and got all misty eyed.

They were good times lads!

Re: Dominos Meltdown...

The thought of curried onions makes my eys go misty too....

Re: Dominos Meltdown...

Also, I find it insulting to think that you don't think we are already registered :)

Re: Dominos Meltdown...

gentlemen i give you "ring of fire"

Re: Dominos Meltdown...

ps: whats say we all ditch the women and get ourselves a nice new shared pad somewhere in roath. The only two things we would look for in a property would be 1. a shower that works by appointment only and even then its mere dribble should change from ice cold to pizza hot randomly without the need of a dial, and 2. an oven so shit that we should start it now incase someone takes this idea seriously and decides thay want to eat something in may. in fact, lets just move back to croft street?

Re: Dominos Meltdown... The Passing!

"The passing" was a multi-stage endurance event.

It began first thing this morning and continued through the morning with short bursts of sharp abdominal pain, followed by prolonged jets of pure molten agony.

Ring of fire doesn't even come close. Hell itself was leaking from inside my ass and burning me on the way out.

Re: Dominos Meltdown... The Passing!

You are a pussy.

I have just this minute finished a Level 3 and although hot it was nowhere near as bad as the chili I stupidly created whilst suffering a freak macho spell.

Add a little bit of garlic and herb dip and it you could give it out for school dinner. The mustard is a real nice touch too!

Re: Dominos Meltdown... The Passing!

You are officially a lunatic. My level 2 was pure animal!

Re: Dominos Meltdown... The Passing!

I have to admit, it's not making my stomach too happy.

Where's the Gaviscon? Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

Re: Dominos Meltdown...

I ate a level 3 (in two halves - dinner on two consecutive nights) and didn't think too much of it. Certainly not to the level of Dave's. Granted, the discomfort the following day was noticable (but again, not the worst I've had after spicy food) so I think they could try harder.

Chili Flakes are, after all, mildly spicy wussiness your mother might sprinkle over her spaghetti, so the transition from level 2 to level 3 isn't much.

I will, however, concede that it seems a lot hotter on day 2 when I'd reheated it in the oven compared to when it was fresh from Domino's oven.

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