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Had a friend who worked at a Thai restaurant. Their heat scale was 1-10. She said she had a guy that asked for 25. He got it. She checked on him and said his face was beet red, his eyes were pouring tears, and he had a smile a mile wide on his face.
i've seen this twice in my life as well both times at a Mexican restaurant. on both occasions the people were dining alone. gotta gut feeling like these people are lonely and/or have a low self-esteem and are willing to do masochistic things like this to get admiration from even total strangers.
bruh thats probably not a smile, you know sometimes when its getting too hot your whole face become numb that your eyes cant be open because of how numb it is. 🤣
This is why some spicy Asian food use coconut milk, especially Indonesian Padang food
Ngl that would be me because im trying to increase my spice tolerance and I dont really care about the pain
Some men pay a dominatrix, some go get gaeng tai pla
As a chef, Can comfirm we will take- "making your food spicy" as a personal challenge
Yep, had a guy just the other day say "as hot as the chef can make it" he won't be saying that again.
I would probably eat it and still think it's not spicy enough. 😅
@Joe Stevenson true but if it's truly spicy it will make you sweat when you're hot.
Everytime I tell a cook to make it as spicy as possible they disappoint me 😭
I have participated in so many of these! Especially the I like my steak as rare as possible guy! One guy was bragging and told the waiter to have us put it on the grill for 10 seconds on each side and that's EXACTLY how he got it! Of course it came back.🤣
That's called a Pittsburgh black and blue.
No lie, my stepmom's mother has to talk to managers whenever she orders a steak at a restaurant. She says "first side, 1, 2, 3 flip it, 1, 2, 3 take it off the grill" and that is literally what she wants blood on the plate, it is gross.
I eat raw beef. Whenever I go out, I just ask for as rare as they’re comfortable making it
Had a guy ask for a 16 oz ribeye "as rare as the cook is willing to make it." Then he complained because it was "still cold in the middle." Well no shit, dude. It was on the grill for about 15 seconds. 😂
I know somebody that ate there steak like that when I worked at a steak house they got that request the cooks was like they can't want that I walked out thinking it was him shure enough it was told the kitchen they do and he ate it all and said was cooked perfect but for me med rare is how I like it not that blue rare even rare is to much for me
As Indians, we went a Mexican joint in Texas, so Tex mex. My dad has a smug grin on his face and told the waiter to "make it spicy", because we'd only had mild ass food up to that point (not in the restaurant, but America as a whole). I guess the chefs took it as a personal challenge, and made us a stack of "special" quaesedillas. They stood next to our tables like excited schoolkids as we ate it, and the first few bites were pretty good, ngl. Then it came. Ohhhhh Boi that spice didn't creep, it just fkn exploded, my dad's face went red and mine too, but it was SOO GOOD! my mom absolutely took the heat though, didn't drink any water or milk at the end, but me and my dad dying was enough for the chefs. We had a good laugh there lol
A good tex mex place doesn't mess around~ a not-so-good one of course, mild ass food is an apt description
That is what Indian dads are all about. Pushing their limits.
My dad did that at a Mexican restaurant, and asked the waitress to tell the kitchen not to be afraid to hurt him.He got exactly what he wanted and was very happy about the absolute lava of a soup he ate
@Shawn Pitman Knowing my dad he would have loved that. He did the reaper challenge back then too and got through it alright. Absolute madlad.
Well look out for the Karens,it might backfired to your face even though they are the one who ordered it.
guys lucky its not me, I'd have served him pureed california reapers as a soup.
Once had a woman request her soup "extra hot." I brought it to her still boiling. She became one of my regulars, and I'm still really proud of that
i appreciate you as someone who also orders soup extra hot (it almost never does, but that’s okay - worth a shot.) you’re saving the world from cold soup
I worked in food service for 10 years your "shorts" are basically my life in that world to a "T"! I'm getting nightmare flashbacks from some of the situations you skit out! Great Job doing these videos. Anyone who worked in Food Service can relate to all of these videos.
I keep saying this to my old battle buddy (work husband) when I send these lmaoIt's like omg these are so good then wait these are *too* good and that helicopter dog meme pops up in my head from PTSD 🤣
i literally forget its JUST YOU doing this, i get so involved and into each character lol these are too good man. keep them coming.
As a chef, I can confirm this is true. We love a challenge and anything hot. That you think is hot. We can make it hotter. Plus we love seeing people in pain
Then we would be in a lovely symbiosis! I am machochist when it comes to spices :D
@Josh Cantrell hey, if we're always in pain, it's nice to see someone else suffer every once in a while
@Josh Cantrell ....what??
Makes us forget about the pain in our own lives for 1 minute, now get back to fucking work
You need to get some serious help man… sorry about you childhood, btw.
I used to keep a bottle of 4 million scoville chili oil extract at the restaurant I worked at, then one guy came in and kept saying his food wasn't spicy enough so the chef mixed in almost half the bottle of the oil and I watched the guy cough his lungs out for like 20 mins.
This just made me laugh for 5mins
Jeez, 4 million. I can't imagine. Tried 357k one time and basically scarred for life lmao
I used to be a chef, and I had a guy at the bar order wings as hot as I could make them. "He can't make them hot enough for me!" Challenge accepted. Heard his screams all throughout the restaurant.
The fact that he can flawlessly play 3 different characters separately and have them flow together is truly remarkable. Seriously I don't think I could make it flow so flawlessly.
Id be laughing myself silly til my ribs are in pain if I had to do a funny sketch of 3 different characters by myself.
I use to have a British family come into my restaurant every week for burgers and beer. While they did a movie night outback for the kids. The woman told me the first time they liked spicy and to top the burger with something that would make them shit blood. I would take a special trip every week tried everything I could legally buy. I couldn't ever make them tap out.
When I watch a few of your shorts in a row, I always seem to forget that there‘s just one actor. It’s brilliant.
I had a lady come in and order the hottest wings we could muster. Datil powder coated with like 10 different hot sauces and minced datil peppers all throughout. She crushed them and left one for her husband, and holy hell, he cried and I swear the sweat rolled off that man's head for the rest of the time they were there. She just shrugged it off and said they weren't as spicy as she had hoped.
My grandma had a guest who complained every time that his food was cold.One day she put it in the microwave for way to long and served it on a plate hot as molten lava.He never complained again
Reminds me this time I had a friend who worked as a chef and he comes up to me at his work and asks if I would like three free beers. I ask what's the catch. He says I have to drink half a saiki glass of ghost pepper sauce. I tell him to make it five and we have a deal (I was 26 at the time and very stupid). He brings out the saiki glass and I shoot it like a shot of whiskey and the bartender looks horrified and immediately pours me some coconut milk and said "Drink this!" So I did. The only way to really describe what I felt was that it was like being a Looney Tunes character and you hear the whistle of a bomb dropping and then it goes off. For the next twenty minutes, my face could not have been more red even if I was sun burned. I got the free beers, but it was a price that I will never pay again.
This is the most relatable ive seen so far as a chef, the glee in everyones eyes when orders like this came through and everyone just went HAM was a sight to behold, brings back some great memories.
Bro... I just noticed you have Chef whites with all the character's names on them? That's such a cool detail. Your vids are amazingly good!
Big step up from the backwards button down shirts the chefs used to wear!
As a 10+ year worker in the food industry (and still currently), this channel breathes life into the shenanigans that go on in the restaurant world. Absolutely love your work Drew! Thank you for blessing us with such honest material
As a line cook never challenge us with spice, we turn into sadist from hell
Ah, if only more Asian restaurants had these kind of cooks. We eat a lot of Asian food, and I’m not personally a crazy heat fan, but my fiancé can somehow eat hot sauces that are meant to be considered food additives (800,000 scoville to 1 mil+) in his food like normal. He doesn’t coat the food in the hot sauces, but adds way more than any reasonable human being does. I damn well KNOW a lot of these Asian cooks can pack a punch with heat but they see his so-white-he-glows dumbass from the back and every time he requests something extremely spicy they barely make it any hotter and downplay the heat to the point *I* can handle it. Maybe next time we’ll try this tactic, maybe making it a challenge for the chefs will be the key to FINALLY seeing him eat a dish too hot for him. 😂😂😂😂
@CK Draws well I never said it was the hottest. I prefer flavor over heat anyway though.
@Anonymous User Cajun still doesn’t get that hot though. Probably the spiciest southern food I’ve had is my church’s annual crawfish boil
@Dougie Buckets You should come to the south lol. Cajun food is some of the best in America.
My favorite Chinese place in my hometown is owned by a Korean family. I always get it Korean spicy not white boy spicy
you can just ask the server lmao
This is the only modification that doesn’t piss us off. “As hot as you can get it”
It always amazes me how well he stays in character, but films each one separately, all the while NEVER breaking character! 🏆
My friend & I were in Mexico. She kept saying she wanted "authentic" spicy food. Whatever she ordered made the waiter look in disbelief and ask her, "are you sure?" Needless to say she was very sick after she ate.
This man is a content genius. Love the skits Drew
This happened to my dad once. Had someone come in and order the hottest thing they had. Of course, this was back in the mid 90's, before the super spicy craze happened where we started getting hotter and hotter peppers (ghost peppers weren't a thing yet), so the best he had was habenero.The guy took it like a champ and my dad let him have it on the house.
I love the chefs so much, they’re my favorite.
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I am amazed on how you play so many characters and make them interact with each other 👍👍👍
This is an island of solidly good content in the YT Shorts Sea of Mostly Garbage. Those chef coats are top notch dedication
i love kitchen family, and i love this online kitchen family goin on here. i love reading everybody's stories and experiences.
100% true, one of my friends always says to the cooks in the back her food isn't hot enough and they just make it a competition to make the food as hot as possible for her 😂. In this case she probably would be like "eh, good enough"
Just because my face is red and I'm sweating doesnt mean it's too hot or I'm having a bad time, quite the opposite, that's the perfect amount of spicy, I'll be having a great time lol. If I ain't blowing my nose, it ain't hot
As a Chef of over 15 years, a true kitchen dog, these videos are amazing. 😂 I've never seen more industry accurate content man.
The chorus of "No! No way! No no no!" As he says fuck it and pours it all on there, 😙👌 music to the ears
I was a bartender for most my life, these are awesome. Every single person who’s been industry long enough gets this
No one has ever gotten food service down quite like your videos have. I haven't waited tables in years and these all bring back great memories and occasionally cause PTSD flashbacks.My personal kill him with capsaicin was wings. I can still feel my eyes burning from bringing them to the table. I was 18. I'm now 36.
Had a friend who told the waiter she “dared him to make her pasta too garlicky”. He put 7 garlic pieces in it and she loved it.
Bro, I just got the da bomb sauce and shared with it with the staff. A guy at a table saw us and asked to have some of it. I passed him and he had like 3 glasses of water, milk and ice in the mouth. Pretty sure he was on a date also. Worth it
This reminds me of when my partner and I went to one of our first dates thaf ended up at the Cheescake Factory. I prefer spicy food and I asked the writer between the two dishes I was deciding between was more spicy and he straight up told me nothing they make in house has much spice to it but he'd try asking them anyway.TLDR: Cheescake factory tried to make my food spicy, but extra red pepper flakes just makes food a weird texture.
I learned how to weld well enough to work in a nuclear power facility to make sure that I did not have to spend the rest of my life in food service. I've been a welder for years but your depiction of the kitchen makes me want to be a server again. Ducking hilarious 🦆
I can’t believe why don’t you have million subscribers by now.You are just amazing Drew .It’s almost 12 am here ,way past my bed time and I couldn’t stop myself watching all your playlist videos, they are so addicting like Macdonald’s fries 😂 You are an incredible actor , it would be shame if I don’t subscribe :)My brother in law works at Applebee’s and I couldn’t stop laughing in some of videos where it’s like so real life situation.I wish you all luck and will be waiting for all future fun videos,meanwhile will share your videos with friends and family :)
These skits are really good and I love the character development that’s started - good work 👍
My brother worked in restaurants from his teens into his 40's. With all the stories I've heard from him, even I know these scenarios are all 100% TRUE. Thank you so much for the laughs. I've even met some of these characters! HILARIOUS! Even funnier when you've heard it before. Keep em coming chef. 😂🤣
U r a legend. As a chef of 35yrs I can so relate to all these videos. Keep them up.
I dont know how many personalities this man has BUT I love them all. 😅❤😅❤😅❤😅❤😅❤
Why did I sit on the edge of my seat waiting for IT then busted out laughing in excitement when he screamed for water 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂
You are freaking hilarious! I have worked in the industry for over 20 years now and so many of your videos are totally the way it is.
This is so incredibly accurate, you just took me back dude. Lmao thanks.
This guy's got some good characters. As much as I couldn't stand his face at first he's pretty good. I've seen em all. I almost never do that.
I once was in this dive named "Wolfie's" in Massachusetts. I had been there a bunch and always loved their food. But one day was _really_ in the mood for spice. So I asked, if at all possible, if the chef would be willing to increase the heat on my wings. Specifically, the hottest you feel you can make that is safe to eat.They were best damned wings ever!!!! I ate 6 of the baker's dozen. Left a 20 dollar tip ontop of 20%.If Matt still works there say howdy for me, when you go. And bring me bck some complementary popcorn and pickles.Edit: I definitely didn't put my name on the building next to the fire exit. That is a different Koller
You, my friend, are a restaurant comical genius!!
Your skits remind me of when I was working in hospitality during my early 20's & right around the time that movie "Waiting" came out. All the staff went out in the afternoon to watch it before we went to work and dreamed of chances at getting back at AH customers.*Sigh* fun times.
The goal is to keep adding heat until one of the other line cooks stops laughing.
I'd really like to see someone make my mom something "spicy" I swear, she can handle anything
I cooked at Outback Steakhouse and TGI Fridays -- these videos are LEGIT! I Love it
I would love a 3 minute skit with you and Gordon Ramsey XD
The world, probably: How funny do you want your video to be?Drew Talbert: Yes.
Can’t tell you how many times I’ve personally done this! 😂 Especially when a customer was rude on the phone and called me, the only guy that could make their food at the time, a dumbass. I gave him spicy wings alright! Lmao lmao 🤣 🤣🤣
I cooked at a place that made this stuff called purgatory sauce that had ghost peppers and pure capsaicin extract in it. Fucked a lot of people's days up for sure 🙃
Drew's talent is off the charts!
As a chef this brought me so much joy! very accurate! 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Ive rewatched this about 5 times, love your videos man
I remember this scenario being played out many times. Oh the memories!!
I wish when I asked for it really spicy they actually did this. They're always scared it will get sent back and never are it hot enough not matter what promises I make to the server.
You, sir, are brilliant😂 #Subscribed
Cannot stop laughing. This one got me good!
If you challenge the kitchen to make something as spicy as possible, this is what you get.
Great stuff. Bang-on characterisations and facial expressions. Bloody funny stuff!
There is a cook in my work place that does his own unique version of this whenever a costumer ask to add spice to any order. I've begun warning costumers on the days that he is in
I've never loved the chefs as much as I do now
Lmao the editing of them in the window is just too good. I can’t stop cracking up
You need to take these characters and put them in a movie like the nutty professor but make it hillbilly style
This NEVER gets old🤣🤣🤣🤣🤯🥵😜😜😜 The customer's random blinks are gold!
Literally had to do this for a customer when I worked in a restaurant. It was like the best science experiment. Had some guys from Guatemala cooking that day and they put so many spices that I’ve never seen before in it. The guy was literally crying while eating his meal
We had a spicy challenge sushi roll that we would cover in death sauce. We’d ask our chefs to put on even more (plus wasabi and ghost chili spice) depending on if you were talking big game or were rude to us waitstaff
God this is me and my coworker when anyone asks for extra hot wings
For day of the dead the chef/ owner comes out with a bowl of chillies and whoever eats and finishes them gets a bottle of tequila
We would get a regular couple that would want their pizza CHARRED. So we toss that sucker to the back of the wood fire until it was black and grey. We would ask the waitress to carry above their heads so other customers wouldn’t see it 😂
How many more videos could you possibly make involving dining? A ton. And I am here for every single one of them. You are hilarious and so clever!!
I had one of the servers I’m friends with ask for something like this, and I pulled out everything. Sriracha, jalapeño, chili paste, and to top it off, last dab hot sauce. He loved it since it actually gave him a good burning sensation.
You made me laugh a laugh I myself never have herd… You are from God!
Haha nailed it, im a chef of 20 years and this is so accurate its insane
As someone who works in a restaurant this is so accurate
Here’s another true story for you Drew. I was the general manager at a restaurant and I was helping the cooks out during the dinner rush and I got a modified ticket back that said “cheeseburger cooked 30 seconds on one side cooked 30 seconds on the other side put on toasted bun and serve “ I said what the blank blank blank is this ,somebody give me there server.” The server came back and I told her that no way possible were we doing this. She went out and told the guest and the guest wanted to see me and I went out and spoke to the guest and explained the safety concerns of it. He said he would sign a waiver stating that’s how he wanted it that he wouldn’t hold us liable. I told him there was no way we would make that Burger that way. Got mad at me got in my face and left. Roll Tide.
Being a chef this is spot on.
Please duet a comedy with Karendcasss you guys have the most genuine humor out here, underratted with real talent and you deserve to be on tv!
This gives me life 😆😆😆 so glad I discovered these videos!
When cooking salsa, I always asked the new guys if it would smell burned for them aswell. You couldn't even stand within a meter of the pot without coughing. Or I'd tell the guys the chili plant was mini bell peppers.
Drew Talbert I made the mistake of asking for Thai level hot then I went to a Thai restaurant. I learned a valuable lesson that day. Never tell people from Thailand that you want it Thai level hot.... you will get exactly what you asked for. Ever since then I asked for hot peppers to be put on the side and then I add as much as I feel comfortable with.
The Spice King would definitely love to try this😂🤣
I dont konw how your feed came to my attention but !!!thank god it did because ive bin watching all your vids i cant stop laughing and recommending them to my co workers! And i love that fraze ROLL TIDE🤣🤣🤣✌
All I know is the head cook on ANY line is pretty much God! 🤣🤣🤣
The customer is always right 🤣
I'm still in the restaurant industry, for now anyway, But I'm gonna give your channel to everyone I work with
So my dad really likes hot stuff. He bough this hot sauce called like dragons blood or something like that and it comes in a tiny little bottle like in the video. Anyways I can't do hot like he can. So one day I get curious and put literally the size of a pin head amount on my finger and taste it. My mouth was on fire for at least an hour. Moral of the story, don't doubt how hot pure capsaicin is.
@Ezio Auditore I'll tell my old man about it. I'd probably die if I try it! 🤣
Try Elijah's Extreme hot sauce. Ghost pepper and Carolina Reaper. A drop and my stomach was burning.
Use to work the fryer at a local pizza and wings place. This was exactly me when we would get the order for "as hot as you can possibly make them".
i would've said "now this is good" - chili head....also i'd love to find out places where i can be "challenged"
"Potatoes but like... sweet but not sweet potatoes"Such an odd order. I used marshmallow whip, dude loved them.
Fun times working at Buffalo Wild Wings. Had a group come in wanting to try the blazin' challenge. The secret is to mix honey barbecue in with the sauce, so it sticks and continues to burn. Met one of them barfing in the restroom later.