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  • 4 years ago
    Comment KrispyDonuts

    Sorry, just saw the reply! For some reason I don't see my notification bar icon lighting up (or maybe I just don't notice it).

    I'm from the US but I'm mainly used to eating Indian Food (so I can handle Indian spiciness). I definitely agree where Thai is more of a slow burn. Indian spiciness is probably not as quick as Mexican spiciness but definitely quicker than Thai food.

  • 4 years ago
    Comment KrispyDonuts

    I was at a Thai Restaurant once and ordered the food to be extremely spicy thinking that it will just be regular spicy. Usually that's the case for me when I go to restaurants. I request it to be spicy but it usually isn't spicy enough for me. Anyways, the next 45 mins to an hour, I was sweating like crazy. I thought I could handle spicy food but after that day I think I found my limit.

    I would probably do it again though, only if I want to feel that burn and not care about enjoying my food.

  • 4 years ago
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    It looks like the photo upload setting is not inside the Photos app. There could be malicious intent behind this but there is a chance that Google just overlooked this issue. In any case, this is not the users' fault since the user would expect the uploading to stop once the app is deleted. Unfortunately I don't see this being fixed anytime soon.

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