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Donut Hole Roulette

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted June 14, 2013
Sweet Tooth plays Donut Hole Roulette
Damn, that's hot! Sweet Tooth eats another loaded doughnut hole. (Check bottom for credit)

Looking to liven up your doughnut eating experience? Well, you could always do what Matt 'Sweet Tooth' Cohen did with the help of some ridiculously hot chillies.


As his name kind of implies, Matt 'Sweet Tooth' Cohen is quite partial to sugary foods, such as doughnuts, or 'donuts'1 as they call them in States.

However, he's not averse to a few hot challenges either, as evidenced by the particularly deadly version of Russian roulette he takes on in the following vid.

"Influenced" by the fire-eating antics of 'Asbestos Mouth' Aaron 'Spicochist' Wakamatsu, Sweet Tooth decided to literally spice things up a bit by loading an innocent-looking doughnut hole with a Chocolate Scotch Bonnet chilli followed by a Ghost Scorpion, the virulent result of crossing the world's two hottest chillies, viz the Bhut Jolokia 'Ghost Pepper' and the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion.


SPOT THE DIFFERENCE
For added enjoyment, Sweet Tooth then placed this fiery little mouth bomb in among four unadulterated doughnut holes before mixing them up to see if he could tell which one had the chillies in it and which ones didn't.

It turns out he could.

Fortunately, he undertook his challenge in close proximity to a swimming pool, something which came in rather handy when he promptly boshed a second Ghost Scorpion for good measure.

"I tweeted [the Spicochist] asking which one of these chillies should I eat?" Sweet Tooth exclusively twitterises the Rake & Herald.

"I got two responses: BOTH."

"So against my better judgement, I ate both."

"Now, why I ate the second Ghost Scorpion is unknown."

"Whilst in the middle of meltdown one's thoughts are fogged by the pleasure of the burn," he reasons.

"I may not handle the heat as gracefully as some but that was me enjoying doughnuts and two 2m Scoville chillies on a sunny California afternoon."

So if you've ever wondered what the Mamas and Papas were thinking about when they recorded California Dreamin', you now know.

Just don't try this at home.

Or indeed anywhere come to think of it.





The above vid is embedded from Sweet Tooth's food-fighting YouTube channel, which we strongly recommend you make a point of checking out if you haven't done so already. We just don't recommend you play Donut Hole Roulette. It could be a tad unpleasant to say the least.


See also A return to the Cold War, posted 22/2/13.


WARNING! Competitive eating can be dangerous. As well as choking hazards there is also the possibility of poisoning yourself, something that could lead to hospitalisation, permanent health damage and even death. Don't believe us? Read this. As such, the Rake & Herald does not recommend you try emulating the above video(s) yourself. Seriously. We are NOT joking. You have been warned.


Footnote


1) The British spelling of 'doughnut' wins you more points in Scrabble. Ditto 'harbour' and 'colour'. Mind your, 'faucet' beats 'tap' hands down.


Picture credit

Top and thumb: Castle Romeo detonating on Bikini Atoll in 1954 by the US Department of Energy.

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