He doesn't even have to do that - all he has to do is ask someone to pepper spray him, and after getting past the obligatory "Are you sure?", they'll be happy to oblige.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- "Why don't you tie a kerosene-soaked rag around your ankles so the ants won't climb up and eat your candy ass." - Dale Earnhardt, 1997
I just don't understand why anyone in their right mind would want to have their mouth on fire while they eat. My wife is Latina, and she knows better than to any kind of 'hot' spice in my food. I don't even use table pepper.
The misconception is that 'spicey' is 'taste'. It is not. Taste and Sensation are two entirely different things.
The golf ball-sized pepper scored the highest among a handful of chile breeds reputed to be among the hottest in the world. Its mean heat topped more than 1.2 million units on the Scoville heat scale, while fruits from some individual plants reached 2 million heat units.
Unless you're just a glutton for pain, you would only use a small portion and dilute it. Each pepper has a unique flavor. From the post you linked:
The article wrote:
More bang for the buck is how Bosland describes it. He said a family could buy two of the super-hot peppers to flavor their meals for an entire week.
The beauty of the peppers is they're not only the hottest in the world, but they're also some of the most flavorful peppers, Duffy said.
"You can make a barbeque sauce or a hot sauce at a mild to medium level using small amounts of these peppers and it will be so darn addictive that you won't want to put your spoon down," he said. "You'll want to eat and eat and eat."