Monday, July 16, 2012

Does Consuming Hell Itself Make Tucson's Summer More Bearable?

Posted By on Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 12:00 PM

Just think how wimpy this triple-digit heat will be after you take on Brushfire BBQ Co.'s Inferno Hot Wing Challenge. Being lit on fire from the inside is much more horrific than being slowly baked to death by wet monsoon heat, and if you can complete it you get a special bib that allows you to jump to the front of the line at the restaurant every time you wear it.

Be warned: You have to eat six hot wings basted in hell itself and then sit there for 20 minutes without taking a drink. Only a handful of people have completed it. You could be the next.

Go forth and suffer. There's more on the restaurant here.

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