Spicy Death Omelette





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Uploaded on Feb 22, 2012

Jay puts together a pepper-filled nightmare and eats it! (READ DESC.)

http://nwordspeaks.blogspot.com [check it out, I'm funny there]

2 Eggs, beaten
1 Jalapeno Pepper, whole diced
1 Habanero Pepper, whole diced
1 Butt load Mr. Goudas Pepper Sauce, extra hot
1 Butt load Frank's Red Hot Sauce, extra hot
Pepper, to taste
Cajun spice, to taste
Disclaimer: Since the internet is apparently rife with idiots trying to boost their fragile egos with mild displays of vague intelligence and wildly insulting statements, I should clarify that I know little about peppers, and if it's listed as a certain type, I generally will believe the listing. Don't bitch at me to make your dick feel larger, please.

This totally counts as a stunt.
I apologize in advance for this video being put up now instead of Tuesday afternoon; things got in the way. Many things.
Dirty things.

I'm gonna use this time to plug my Blogspot, which I'm trying to get some traffic on, because whatever doesn't fit in videos pretty much ends up there. Game reviews, dreams, movies, random thoughts, opinions, etc. I'd like it to be my "official" website.

Alright, about this video:
I initially was going to include Tostitos hot salsa in the recipe, but it doesn't make well in the frying pan. Also, salsa in the middle of an omelette is really gross. Plus it's not spicy.
"Hey, why didn't you use Tobasco sauce?" - Because it's fucking garbage and everyone knows it, and if you don't, you're wrong.
The jalapeno and habanero peppers used in this video are the biggest I've ever seen in my entire life. I've not come across a jalapeno that was almost the size of my hand, and the one I found at the story was as close as any have ever been. I hope you enjoyed the comparison because I tried my best to emphasize it.
This video is long for a few reasons. I couldn't fit all of the preparation into a shorter time frame, largely because I said a lot of words. I didn't want to cut it because I thought most of what I said was kind of funny, at least funny enough to make the video seem like it was moving at a steady pace.
Also, there was a whole lot I wanted to make sure everyone saw. Sometimes people will say things like, "you never put the stuff in the omelette," or "look at this n-word try to make it look convincing I bet he isn't eating anything spicy I bet he didn't even use the chips I have a small weiner," essentially, "pics or it didn't happen." With that in mind, I wanted to make sure you guys saw every step of my preparation.
The Pringles were a good idea. Despite what you may think, that crunch is surprisingly nice inside a soft omelette. Even though they were far overpowered by the nasty peppers, I was happy I included them. Nobody else does that shit. I'm proud of my innovation.
The omelette, aside from everything that sucked, was actually pretty good. I'll probably make it for real and eat it like a nice thing one day. I suggest you try it yourself.
See you next week.

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