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    • Only to be defeated by the chancla from the wild west
      Francwha 29 jul
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    • Youtubers be like:
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    • PorkSword 29 jul
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    • Actually it was developed as an antifungal for the plants. Not to avoid being eaten. Tests have shown small mammals actually grow to enjoy spicy food more than bland
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    • Mexicans: I'm about to end this man's whole career.
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    • _JEEN_ 31 jul
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    • We’re Mexicans not Mexicants you stupid ass pepper
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    • Gollito 31 jul
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    • East Asians and Hindus:
      Ma_Junia 30 jul
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      Pescii 29 jul
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    • I make scrambled eggs with jalapeños, tomatoes, onions, and season it with turmeric, garlic powder, and kosher sea salt. With a side of dairy free grilled cheese sandwich, and an avocado. It’s the best.
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    • Pepper: *Evolves to create an irritant that protects the fruit from being eaten* Humans: *Fucking eats it anyway*
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    • *Smiles in Spanish*
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    • I'm Mexican and I don't take offense. It's funny. Im not gonna be a Twitter stan and go "tHiS iS rAsCiSt"
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    • As a mexican, this is hilarious
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    • *mexican music plays in background*
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    • For real tho, what person just eats something and when it burns their mouth they keep eating, that’s some major balls right there lmao (I meant the first person to eat one)
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    • Don’t I repeat DON’T finger your gf after cutting jalapeños
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    • Anyone else hear Spanish guitar when the dude showed up
      heyo31 29 jul
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    • Spicy food is the best food👌
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    • Us rices have been training for this
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    • Insert Indian and Mexican: no
      TheWriter 30 jul
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    • Another generation or so, they evolve into reapers. But our dumbasses still eat them
      Kartoff 29 jul
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    • They super failed, my dogs love jalapenos for some weird reason
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    • can someone like remove the mouth? i always like these when the mustache looks like it is the mouth
      HoldCop 29 jul
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    • *Chile exist* Mexicans: I want that immediately in my mouth
      oquelius7 29 jul
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    • Fun fact: peppers became popular with Hispanic and southern American farmers for its ability to make you sweat from eating, thereby "cooling" your body under the sun
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    • To avoid being eaten by mammals. They break down the seed to much for it to germinate after being shit out. But the capsaicin dosnt effect birds. Who eat the seeds without fucking them up as much. So it's not really as much to avoid being eaten as it is to select its dispersal method. It is a fruit
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    • Buenos dias fuckboi
      Niinreh 3 aug
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    • Anything's a dildo if your brave enough
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    • *sticks in asshole*
      CookiMan 30 jul
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    • Sombrero Bois: You thought noon
      SIut_1O1 29 jul
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    • Why do I hear boss music?
      Generic_3 29 jul
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    • It's really to prevent animals with teath from consuming them since they tend to crush the seeds where all of the capsaicin is located. This way birds can eat them and successfully transplant the seeds.
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    • Why taste the food when you can destroy it with spicy shit and not taste anything for a week?
      istnet1 29 jul
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    • So things are spicy because they irritate our mouths?
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    • A natural craving of spicy foods is linked to high testosterone too. So.
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    • Although when you think about it humans wanting to eat them meant that they got grown and evolved far more than they likely would naturally so it kinda worked out for the peppers in the end
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    • I wish I could eat it without having liquid ass for the rest of the day, it tastes delicious.
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    • The pepper like
      Sherman8r 29 jul
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    • Is it racist that you know that guy is a Mexican by just looking at him?
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    • Humans: this is some serious gourmet shit
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    • Y'all ever just get the perfect stretch that knocks you tf out
      YBCrummy 1 aug
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    • Actually the evolved that way to be shat out faster
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    • That’s racist, as a white male I love hot peppers. White tastebuds matter.
      mrgavin 30 jul
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    • Mexicans : that some gourmet shit
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    • Spicy food is top tier
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    • TIME FOR TACOS
      user1tom 29 jul
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    • Indian or Mexican? Doesn't matter
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    • "Buenos dias, fuckboy
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    • Gotta love them halapenyos
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    • The fruits evolved to be more spicy so more birds would eat them instead of mammals.
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    • You do not have specialized taste receptors for spicy food like you do the other flavors. The “spicey” receptors are just pain receptors. Eating spicy food technically counts as masochism.
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    • *shoves it up his asshole*
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    • Chili peppers: evoles over years to become spicy. Humans:Challenge Accepted
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    • That shit ain't fuckin' spicy and you know it!
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    • They’re naturally antibacterial
      jmacd 29 jul
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    • Spicy food good af too
      JuanRay 29 jul
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    • Jose... is thst you? Where's your stick!?!
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    • It was probably more to defend against mold than animals, but repelling mammals was a plus.
      lwpack 29 jul
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    • A whip crack and a guitar could be heard in the distance
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    • We gonna specially breed you to produce insane amounts of that irritant, and then we gonna eat you anyway
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    • It's honestly useful for the plant and a great way to spread. When people found it can be eaten and is good then they eat it but throw away the seeds and so it was able to grow and spread. That's why fruits and berries have evolved to taste good and get bigger as time goes on.
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    • This is some serious gourmet shit
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    • red_reign 29 jul
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    • *mexican music starts*
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    • Nah bro, the whole point of a pepper is to be eaten to spread seeds, spiciness is actually to combat a pepper-eating mold
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    • Buenos diaz fuck boi?
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    • Sorry, Amigo. No es Bueno for you my friend.
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    • Should have evolved indigestible seeds like the rest of usz
      pisser 3 aug
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    • Menacing mariachi music*
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    • Humans: *cross pollinate peppers to make hotter peppers*
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    • In Spanish: No
      Allzure 2 aug
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    • In theory, if I’m right about evolution, will peppers be spicier in the future? Like a couple million years per say?
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    • Not so bad going down...burns like the fires of hell comming out...my toilet looks like ground zero after a painful shit.
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    • We are superior 👁👅👁
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    • Give him a sweater, he looks a little Chile
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    • Put a stick in it
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    • First day on ifunny, can i have top comment
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    • Hola señor
      Munchie78 30 jul
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    • But peppers most likely aren’t spicy to avoid being eaten. Or else they would start off spicy and get less spicy as they ripen. I believe one of the leading theories is the spicy chemicals prevent fungus growth in them
      Kretos 30 jul
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    • Then we cross bred them to make then stronger and still eat them
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    • Is that his smile or his chin?🤔
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    • Well if their intention was to survive they've clearly achieved it. We grow peppers by the millions
      Wxjak 29 jul
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    • To be fair, their species is now guaranteed to survive.
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    • Mexican starburst
      jake3254 29 jul
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    • Delicious, delicious, peppers
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    • If I remember correctly, it is just to avoid being eaten by mammals. Peppers want to be eaten by birds, who don't react to spice
      BeakerPD 29 jul
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    • Yeah, it's a seed bearing fruit... it WANTS to be eaten. That's how it spreads its seeds.
      vdarth87 29 jul
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    • Ahhh yes.. Mexicans
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    • *mexican music starts playing violently.
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    • I showed this to my Mexican roommates. They started DYING laughing!
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