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    How to get chili off your hands?

    Has anyone got any good tips on how to get chili off your hands?

    I've washed them loads of times, I've tried scrubbing them with a lime but nothings working and my hands have been throbbing for over an hour.

    I was just extra careful and went for a sit down pee, girl style, but without thinking I re-adjusted my balls when I stood up and now they are feeling the burn too.

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    Sulphuric acid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    I was just extra careful and went for a sit down pee, girl style,
    Gay boy.

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    Your not helping much are you.

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    That is because he is a 36,916 post having pathetic robot. Sad really. He has not a shred of a life.

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    I just wish I could pretend I went to Thailand once and then I could start 'hanging out' on internet forums pretending I had something in common with those who live there. It'd be awesome!!!!

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    Its an oil (chilli) thats causing the problems, so the best would be a mechanics soap (for getting engine oil off their hands), after that more home made remedies include soaking in milk or rubbing alcohol. A quick rub in Olive oil might do the trick as well.

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    My thumbs feel like they are gonna drop off. I've got some whiskey on the way. Hopefully that will dull the pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    A quick rub in Olive oil might do the trick as well.
    I've got a drizzle left. It's going on my hands now.

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    Stick a chilli in your Japs eye

    That should stop the hands throbbing


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    Try toothpaste or ice

    The effects of capsaicin should fade in 10 to 20 minutes.

    Ya big Fanny

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    A quick rub in Olive oil might do the trick as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    I've got a drizzle left. It's going on my hands now.
    Arrrrrh, that was almost orgasmic. It's done the trick. It was like putting Bannna Boat Gel with Aloe Vera on a bad case of sun burn.

    Nice one Nidhogg.



    edit: I'm outta greens, could someone get this one for me?

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    Run a bath of milk and just lay in it for a day or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    A quick rub in Olive oil might do the trick as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    I've got a drizzle left. It's going on my hands now.
    Arrrrrh, that was almost orgasmic. It's done the trick. It was like putting Bannna Boat Gel with Aloe Vera on a bad case of sun burn.

    Nice one Nidhogg.



    edit: I'm outta greens, could someone get this one for me?
    great, glad it worked.

    and sabaii sabaii did the honours for you...

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    Rub them on your eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    My thumbs feel like they are gonna drop off. I've got some whiskey on the way. Hopefully that will dull the pain.
    Girlie hands, I bet you get blisters if you pick up a broom

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    Its an oil (chilli) thats causing the problems, so the best would be a mechanics soap (for getting engine oil off their hands),
    Permatex 'Fast Orange' hand cleaner, sold in Home Pro, does that. So I'm told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    A quick rub in Olive oil might do the trick as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    I've got a drizzle left. It's going on my hands now.
    Arrrrrh, that was almost orgasmic. It's done the trick. It was like putting Bannna Boat Gel with Aloe Vera on a bad case of sun burn.

    Nice one Nidhogg.



    edit: I'm outta greens, could someone get this one for me?

    Almost orgasmic?
    Don't go for a chuk wow !

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    but without thinking I re-adjusted my balls
    That's a new one on me


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    Quote Originally Posted by superman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    Its an oil (chilli) thats causing the problems, so the best would be a mechanics soap (for getting engine oil off their hands),
    Permatex 'Fast Orange' hand cleaner, sold in Home Pro, does that. So I'm told.
    Try vinegar, soak a few minutes then wash with soap and water. Also I've noticed that eating a soda Cracker or bisquit as brits would say after eating hot chili.

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    Next your be complaining about chili willy BJ.

    I always get the prep work before we cook,even though i wash my hand i to have fallen foul of that burning sensation.
    Also make the mistake of rubbing my eyes not sure what hurts the most.

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    Washing up liquid (which removes the oil), a scrubbing brush and HOT water, none of this tepid Thai straight out of the tap shit. Boil a kettle, put hot water in bowl add cold water to the point you can immerse your hands and scrub like hell. Actually not that hard and use a soft bristled nail-brush, not a whacking great floor brush.

    Er, and beforehand try not to touch your willy. And whatever you do, DO NOT, EVER, TOUCH YOUR EYES or the region around them.

    I have to say, I fell foul of the same thing once - was cutting chillies for a curry, went upstairs to wash my hands and decided to have a pee first!

    20 minutes later, I had to rush for the bathroom to scrub myself - there were 4 bright red spots on the underside and one on the top from my thumb. No shagging that night ...
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    Next time...

    ... Wear rubber gloves when handling chilis. It will keep the capsaicin off your skin. But if you get it on you, just leave it there...

    Capsaicin is extremely good for you. You should take it daily for good heart health.

    The burning sensation goes away with the passing of time and it won't hurt a thing.

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