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    • If I say iNigga do I just get tc
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    • Not only that but we now selectively breed peppers so they have a higher concentration of that chemical
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    • Peppers:
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    • This is why humans are terrifying Apex predators. When faced with an organism that has over millions of years developed the ability to burn the fuck outta anything that tries to eat it, humans just get a glass of milk and dig the fuck in
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    • Spicy food is good because when youre in pain, endorphins are released in the brain/nervous system, which essentially gives you a little dose of euphoria to help cope with it.
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    • Psilocybilic mushrooms: develops a chemical that simulates insanity with serious visual and auditory hallucinations in most animals Humans: this some serious gourmet shit
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    • Humans: selectively breed peppers to cause more pain Peppers: excuse me what the fuck
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    • actually eating spicy things makes your brain think you’re being attacked which makes your brain release chemicals that gives your body a natural high which is why we like spicy things
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    • Spicy food is just mouth BDSM, or cock and ball torture for the mouth
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    • Actually peppers are hot to ATTRACT certain species such as birds so they will spread their seeds
      Lohung 24 apr
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    • That chemical is capsaicin and birds don't feel it
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    • Peppers: Am I a joke to you?
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    • There's actually a reason for this. Spices and stuff typically come from plants that prodice chemicals to repel bugs. Since people are bigger we realised it keeps bugs out of our food too without killing us. Over time humans who handle (or enjoy) higher leveles of spice typically had more food
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    • Cannabis: I'm gonna use a drug to deter to my enemies. Happy 4/20 guys
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    • jalapeños are my favorite berry and honestly the main way I get my vitamin c nowadays
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    • Peppers are only spicy to mammals because we grind down our food and destroy the seeds. Birds don't taste spice because plants want birds to eat their seeds and poop them out whole somewhere else, spreading the population.
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    • Peppers are fruit. They want to be eaten. They are just picky about what they want to eat them. They meant for birds to eat them to scatter their seeds over a greater area, but humans spread them even further.
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    • Mother Nature: *makes the Carolina Reaper and Ghost Pepper* Let’s see the humans try to eat these. Humans: *eat them* Mother Nature:
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    • Humans are a very weird species. We make no sense half the time, act in bazaar ways, and are generally stupid. I think God was just bored with playing Sims Infinity, so we installed a shit ton of broken mods and randomised everything and got us.
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    • Did you know that birds are immune to the effects of capsaicin (what makes a pepper so spicy) which makes sense because they don’t digest the seeds. When the bird defecates the seeds will be planted helping the pepper.
      Robtron 20 apr
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    • Cause if you can.get use to the spice, peppers are really healthy, it's like nutrition you gotta work for
      Nikolaius 20 apr
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    • One of the reasons scientist think that peppers did so well is because not only do they think that it’s spiciness wards off insects, but they also believe some animals like birds can’t taste the pepper enough to realize it’s hot and so they are unaffected.
      colesors 20 apr
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    • Instead humans decide it’s not hot enough and genetically modify them to be hotter
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    • Listen I dont need you to tell me how fucking good my coffee is okay? Im the one who buys it. I know how good it is. When Bonnie goes shopping, she buys shit. I by the gourmet expensive stuff cause when I drink it, I want to taste it. But you wanna know whats on my mind right now? It aint the coff
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    • PorkSword 20 apr
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    • At that point you gotta figure humans in general are masochistic by nature
      Raftel 20 apr
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    • It's bc it we release endorphins to combat the spicy chemical, so we end up liking the pain. This is also why most people seem to be into at least some light bdsm in bed, according to my theory.
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    • *Laughs in Hispanic*
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    • I was eating spicy skittles and my mom asked why I eat them. I said "cuz it hurts. Why else do people eat spice?" Now she thinks I'm turned on by pain.
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    • Opium poppies: produces a bitter poison to deter herbivory. Humans: this is the best shit on earth!
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    • The whole purpose of fruit bearing plants is to encourage animals to eat them for seed dispersal. Peppers say fuck all that I guess lol
      CodyLane 21 apr
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    • Well umm, drugs like heroin and other harmful drugs are actually defenses from herbivorous animals to stop them from eating them but humans actively seek that shit out
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    • Puffer fish: secretes a poison so as to not be fucked with. Dolphins:
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    • i have a pimple on my dick what do i do
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    • It could be beneficial for plants to be eaten because when you shit you might shit out some seeds and you spread plant life
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    • I literally order hot sauce online because you cant get some of the really good shit in stores.
      Mythical_ 20 apr
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    • It's a bacterial defense not a animal defense
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    • You mean deter mammals? Birds eating peppers spreads them.
      FIDLAR 20 apr
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    • It’s an adaptation to keep mammals from eating them. The seeds can pass through the digestive systems of birds without issue, but if mammals eat them the seeds are destroyed. Capsaicin doesn’t affect birds, so only mammals are deterred.
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    • It's not too keep animals from eating but rather just mammals. Birds can't taste the spice the same way and provide a greater spread to the seeds than mammals.
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    • Historically the closer to the equator people live the more well done food is and the more spice the food has. And obviously vice versa. For example Eskimos/Inuits eat some food raw and always have, and Amerindians in Guyana eat food well cooked with a lot of peppers.
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    • Its BDSM for your mouth
      Sileevio 20 apr
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    • Ok the best way for plant to survive is to get humans to like it then they will make your babys for you
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    • *mexicans: I need something to burn away my sense of taste. I can no longer handle constantly eating rice and beans.
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    • But it’s caused humans to cultivate and proliferate the plants, so
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    • We're all secret masochists
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    • Ate a dark orange habanero once. It was hot.
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    • Actually peppers mostly likely aren’t spicy to stop animals from eating them, I believe the leading theory is the spicy chemicals fight fungus growth. That’s why they get more spicy as they age where as most things get less bitter.
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    • Birds are immune to spicy food. Peppers are hot so that birds will eat them and disperse their seeds
      Tempelton 22 apr
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    • But in humans it also releases chemicals that signal euphoria as well.
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    • This type of adaptation is unproven and statistically improbable.
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    • What’s the point of them growing then, what’s their purpose
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    • There maybe a problem if the wife comes home and the kitchen is full of gangsters doing gangster shit.
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    • This is actually not true. It is one theory behind it that does not hold water. The real reason is it is for is to be an antibacterial and antifungal.
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    • Actually it’s the chemical in the pepper that makes your tongue more sensitive to heat it’s the same way after eating mint gum and drinking water
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    • Wait, is that why things are spicy???
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    • I love me some spicy 🌶
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    • We’re pretty kinky about those stuff
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    • That chemical is Capsaicin. It binds to the seeds, and when ingested, triggers a bodily reaction, making your brain think your mouth is on fire.
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    • Newer theory: it's to deter insects not mammals
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    • Ive always wanted to make a meme about this, like they literally hurt us and we come back for more, all of humanity has a pain kink
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    • That’s why I put chili powder on top of my plant soil so the squirrels don’t dig in it.
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    • Does that make us all masochists if we like pepper then?
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    • Dont threaten me with a good time
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    • Dog: throws up. Dog: *eats it* This is some serious gourmet shit
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    • man I loved that movie
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    • Peppers: Am I a joke to you?
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    • I wonder if asians ate normal food before they started getting weird with it
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    • I order the Hot Ones sauce online
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    • A white person made this
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    • "It may be stupid, but it's also dumb!"
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    • Humans basically find poisons, and transform them into not poisons. Same with chocolate, nightshade, etc.
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    • we crossbreed them so they're hotter
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    • Humans actually bred peppers for spice.
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    • This is wrong, the whole point of a fruit is to be eaten so that the plants can spread its seeds. Capsacin deters certain kinds of pests, such as rodents which don't travel as far and damage the plant while they eat it, don't effect certain birds which are less harmful to the plant, and carry seeds
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    • I don't need you to tell me how fucking good my coffee is
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    • It’s not animals in general it’s just mammals since we digest the seeds, birds aren’t affected by capsaicin because they spread the seeds after they eat them
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    • Spice is so good tho
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    • *Every one except white people:
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    • Animals and white people
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    • This is false the chemical capsaicin that makes hit food hot only affects a handful of animals ex. Humans
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    • Tolerating spicy food even when you're NOT into spicy is actually smart. Spicy peppers ward off illness
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    • Peppers are good af on some foods though
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    • It's called capsaicin. I've also heard it referred to as "Hurt Juice".
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