What better and tastier way to cool off the summer heat than to have some ice cream? But what if the ice cream itself is hot and spicy?
It’s a unique combination of hot, spicy and cold but that’s what an ice cream shop, aptly named The Ice Cream Store, in Rehoboth, Delaware has achieved.
Such a unique flavor is available at the shop owned by Chip Hearn, and interestingly, a lot of customers are curious about his creation, the Ghost Pepper ice cream – and you might already have a pretty good idea what the main ingredient is.
It looks just like an ordinary vanilla ice cream topped with strawberry sauce – until you taste it.
The frozen treat has a simple vanilla base topped with strawberry sauce, but an infusion with ghost peppers makes the flavor so exciting – and potentially dangerous.
The Ghost Chili Peppers are among the hottest chilies in the world.
Ghost peppers are among the hottest chilies in the world – that’s like 100 Jalapenos in one ghost pepper. So how does an ice cream with ghost peppers taste like?
“It’s really hot. The first one wasn’t so bad. But the second bite? It got me in my lips,” Troy Salvatore, a customer, told Delaware Online. Anyone who wants to have a sample of the ice cream won’t get to have it that easy. Because eating ghost pepper ice cream can be potentially dangerous, a customer will need to sign a waiver before eating.
Customers who want to taste the ice cream need to sign a waiver first.
The waiver states that no one under 18 and over 65 years old should have a taste of the infamous ice cream. More importantly, pregnant and lactating women and people with ailments involving the heart, respiratory system and vision, among many, should also not try the unique dessert.
This treat may be so popular but the shop is serious that trying out the Ghost Pepper Ice is no joke.
What This Daredevil Does For Fun Will Surely Make Your Palms Sweat
Meet James Kingston. He eats danger for breakfast!
A self-confessed “adventurer and YouTuber,” James Kingston is someone who always risks his life for fun. What kinds of risks, you ask? Well, he climbs some of the world’s tallest structures without using a safety harness.
Yes, this dude eats danger for breakfast.
Armed with nothing but his GoPro camera and a tremendous amount of courage, this guy does very insane things - like climbing the Eiffel Tower, for instance. Watching him do his stuff actually feels scary enough.
James Kingston, a freerunner and parkour enthusiast, loves climbing tall structures for fun.
T*****y Ensues as Ninja Wannabe Unleashes Sword on Watermelon
Round of very slow applause for this genius!
We all have that someone in our lives, whether a member of our family or a friend who aspires to be a martial arts superhero wielding some dangerous weapon of sorts.
Here's a guy who fancies himself a "Samurai Jack" crossed with "Duck Dynasty" expert, complete with a wickedly long and very sharp katana-like blade, wanting to show the whole world just what an expert he is at cutting.
Watermelons, that is.
Doctor Removes Huge Chunk of Earwax From Boy’s Ear And It’s Hard To Look Away!
It’s oddly satisfying to watch.
According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology---Head and Neck Surgery, the wax in our ears serves as a self-cleaning agent with protective, lubricating, and antibacterial properties. It traps the dirt and dust particles and prevents them from reaching the eardrum. Without cerumen, our ears would be dry and itchy.
Doctors, specifically the otolaryngologists, advise us to avoid cleaning our ears; the ear canals are capable of doing that on their own. Aided by chewing and jaw movement, old earwax constantly moves from the ear canal to the ear opening where it usually dries, flakes, and falls out. We may then use a cloth to wash the external ear.
Using items such as cotton-tipped applicators or bobby pins are not recommended. These things will only push the wax deeper into the ear canal and lead to cerumen impaction.
However, the self-cleaning mechanism of the ear canal may fail sometimes and also cause the cerumen to accumulate....