Sunday, November 14, 2010

Tasting Agony

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Here we are seated at the table for a nice hamburger dinner. Upon Danny's request, Dale also threw some jalapeños on the grill. Though I enjoy some sliced jalapeños on nachos, tacos, and BBQ pizza, I do not put them on my burger.

But Danny does.

Here's his burger:
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Not only does he have a whole jalapeño as a side dish, but he has a few layers of those bad boys on his burger sammich.

Danny takes a few bites and I watch his face contort while he chews.....nom, nom, nom.
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He swallows the food, takes another bite, and his eyes turn red.
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Danny's teeth tear away another chunk of jalapeño burger and I watch as his skin takes on a hue that makes him look like a redhead during spring break.

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And then, little beads of sweat pop up on Danny's head. The little beads become big drops and start sliding south.
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At this point, I ask Danny "why do you feel that you need to make eating such a painful experience?"

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Seriously? Girls don't do this. They don't make eating a burger into some sort of "man v. food" challenge. Sure, I like a little spice but I am not about to take a bite of something that is going to make me sweat like that.

Oh hell no.

3 Comments:

Blogger Kimberly June said...

WHY DO THEY DO THAT? I know several guys that some how get pleasure out of sweating at the dinner table, sorry but it's sort of disgusting.

4:29 PM  
Blogger "Miss Bee" said...

Oh my gosh - that picture of Danny's sweat is hilarious! Boys are crazy. That burger looked delicious all on its own.

5:33 PM  
Blogger GunDiva said...

My husband introduced me to fresh sliced jalapeno on my burgers. How did I, as a Whitesican (White/Mexican), grow up to be my age without ever trying it?

It's amazing, though I do draw the line at allowing sweat beads to roll down my face.

Yummmmm

7:05 PM  

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