The book of pleasure and pain

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the book of pleasure and pain

Book of Pleasure and Pain Hot Sauce Challenge 12 Pack | World Market

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Published 08.12.2018

Ass Kickin' Hot Sauce Challenge. Book of pleasure and pain!

CHALLANGE: yourself or a friend to make it through all 12 – ounce bottles of Hot Sauce from MILD to KICK YO' ASS HOT! HOT SAUCE CHALLENGE BOOK: Whether you’re looking for personalized gifts for the Hot Sauce lovers in your life or you’re just looking for delicious sauces.

Hot Sauce Challenge Book of Pleasure And Pain

Even the food-obsessed crazies in your life need a little break from their cooking and eating adventures. Give your hothead chef or grill master a hot fiery challenge with this fun yet spicy challenge book of pleasure and pain! The idea is to bring in a few brave foodie pals of yours and dare them to take the hottest challenge of all time. Put your game face on and invite everybody to the fiercest challenge of less pleasure and more pain. These extremely hot sauces are sure to bring everybody to their knees. Challenge the men in your life who think they are made of steel when it comes to endurance and see who manages to drink all the pain and make it through all the 12 bottles of hot sauces.

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