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Entertainment • Sep 20, 2019

Twitch stars accidentally pour hot sauce into streamer's eye

Twitch stars accidentally pour hot sauce into streamer's eye
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A housewarming party for popular Twitch star fuslie got out of hand when her group attempted the Spicy Noodle Challenge. 

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The challenge consists of preparing the infamous Samyang Spicy Chicken Roasted Noodles and then eating them as quicky as possible. 

While things started off relatively safe with the gang which consisted of fuslie, EXLA, and TheSushiDragon preparing the noodles things went pretty bad once TheSushiDragon decided to lie down on the kitchen counter. 

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EXLA opened up a packet of hot sauce to seemingly pour into TheSushiDragon’s mouth, but instead poured it all over the streamer’s face and eyes.

“Jesus Christ!” EXLA screamed as the other streamers tell the sauced Dragon to keep his eyes closed to prevent damage. After wiping him with a towel and getting the sauce off his face, TheSushiDragon started to rinse his eyes out with milk. 

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For his part though, TheSushiDragon did laugh through the incident and held no ill will towards the other for the unfortunate turn of events.

“How do you feel?” they asked to which he responded with “I’m good”, though EXLA took some issue with the fact all of the milk was being used. 

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“Fuck your milk,” TheSushiDragon responded. “I wanted to make cereal!” the excited EXLA screamed. 

Overall it seemed like everything ended up okay and no one was hurt, but the noodles have a controversial history for their over-the-top spiciness. Most notably, back in March, the Overwatch team New York Excelsior had a poor showing against the San Fransisco Shock because they ate the noodles before their match. 

If the noodles can keep a professional team down there’s no telling what they could do to a bunch of Twitch streamers. 

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