Wednesday, January 16, 2008

New Study Just In!

A non-randomized study with sample size N=1 has shown that it takes two days for jalapeño juice to leave the hands enough to prevent extreme stinging and burning pain when removing contact lenses, even with numerous hand-washing attempts. Researchers say that extreme caution must be taken when cutting up jalapeños for a cuban style black bean soup.

Critics say that all the blame should not be placed on the jalapeños because the study also included cutting large amounts of onion.

Hopefully, a second study will not be undertaken.

I had to be silly for a while. But I really did this. I made soup, cut up onions and jalapeños and that night, even after much handwashing, when I went to take my contacts out I felt EXTREME pain in my eye. Luckily it only lasted a few seconds. And the next night. SAME THING! But tonight it was all better. Thank goodness.


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