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A curry so hot it requires diners to sign a disclaimer before eating has been launched. The Bombay Burner sees two of the world's hottest chillies, the Dorset Naga and the Scotch Bonnet, brought together for the lamb-based dish. The Dorset Naga registers 1million on the Scoville Scale, which measures the spiciness of chillies – just one level down from the pepper spray used by US police.
FROM HOT TO NOTScoville Heat UnitsPure capsaicin: 15m to 16mUS Police-grade pepper spray: 5mDorset Naga: 923,000Red Savina habanero: 577,000Scotch bonnet: 100,000-325,000Jamaican hot pepper: 100,000-200,000Cayenne pepper: 30,000-50,000Jalapeno pepper: 2,500-8,000Tabasco sauce: 2,500Pimento: 100 to 500Bell pepper: 0
I've heard that there is a curry restaurant somewhere called the 'Ring of Fire' 
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To eat hemorrhoid cream?This is the best place to go with your knife and folk. Manchester is the home of the hot curry, believe me I went to uni there and I've still got the burns!http://www.rusholmecurry.co.uk [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]
I wasn't aware that there was a popular Chris Evans radio show.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 15/07/2008 20:13:32I wasn't aware that there was a popular Chris Evans radio show.I wondered about that too
Odd, I had heard he was a Dick. Perhaps he's a John Thomas.
That would make a pond jaccuzi!
I don't know what duck trump would smell like?
Isn't that a character from the Mikado?