Good idea, Bad idea...  

49AK 55M
1073 posts
12/13/2005 11:49 pm

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Good idea, Bad idea...

Years ago I was dating a young woman, and I was trying to impress both her and her parents, and I was invited to come over and cook dinner for the family. Her parents were very nice, and I liked them a lot, and I had cooked for my girlfriend before, and she raved to her parents about my linguini and clams.

My girlfriend's parents purchased everything I needed to make dinner, and they were quite toe cooks themselves, and insisted on all of their herbs and spices being very fresh. I was really looking forward to making this dinner, not only cause I got to show off, but I was a poor college student at the time, and so good ingredients and one of my favorite dishes was all the motivaton I needed.

Now this dish is actually very simple to make, and once you get the pasta water boiling and the clam sauce cooking, you just wait until they're done (just a note, we didn't use fresh clams, cause it was occasionally difficult to get clams in Fairbanks). I started the pasta water boiling, and started assembling the clam sauce. When I asked for the red pepper, my girlfriend's parents handed me whole, dried cayenne peppers, instead of pepper flakes. Undaunted, I took the whole pepper and crushed it into small pieces and added to the sauce. I did the same with the basil and oregano and the other ingredients.

After I got everything cooking, I decided that it was time for a bathroom break, so I excused myself and took a leak. I washed my hands and came back to finish making dinner. I waited for the water to boil, and as I was standing there in the kitchen, I became aware of a strangely pleasant sensation on my penis. Within a few minutes I was actually pleasantly surprised about this feeling in my drawers. At this point, I had no idea what this sensation was, but I was about to find out.

As I was stirring the pasta and the sauce, I got some steam in my face, which made my eyes water, and I instinctively rubbed my eyes with my hand. I was immediately confronted with a blinding, nburning pain in my eyes -- the cayenne had gotten on my fingers, and even though I has washed my hands, the capsaicin isn't water soluble, so it doesn't wash off easily. I am screaming and moaning and running around the kitchen, and everyone comes to my aid, and helps me flush my eyes with water. I couldn't really see to finish cooking, so I gave instructions to my girlfriend's parents who helped me complete the meal. Strangely, I had forgotten the pleasant burning sensation on my crank.

The meal was great and the company was great... They were impressed, but I never told them about my flaming pecker. Incidentally, I didn't get any that evening, otherwise there would have been another interesting part to the story, having to do with my girlfriend and a different burning sensation.

So, the good idea was pepper on the pecker, the bad idea was pepper in my eyes.

rm_1SweetBitch 55F
8575 posts
12/18/2005 7:28 am

Wow, thanx for that advise lol...I am glad the dinner turned out good for you...note to myself...never rub eyes or pussy with your hands when you have cayenne pepper on them lol.

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