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By Jensa - / Friday 16 January 2015 21:59 / United Kingdom - Buckingham
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By  Wolfparable  |  22

Yeesh you have my sympathies. I had my tonsils removed when I was pretty young and I very stupidly tried to eat 1. Biscuits and 2. Tortilla chips at some point... I recommend you try neither

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  gabwielle  |  8

If OP is anything like me, then spicy soup is something that helps sore throats. Don't ask me how it works, idk either. But spicy soup after surgery was a bad choice. Especially since they burn the tonsils off as one of the forms of removal these days. Mom probably didn't listen to doctor's words.

By  Wolfparable  |  22

Yeesh you have my sympathies. I had my tonsils removed when I was pretty young and I very stupidly tried to eat 1. Biscuits and 2. Tortilla chips at some point... I recommend you try neither

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  cheeeksss  |  29

Welp... I haven't had my tonsils removed but I did have a roommate who made me kimchi ramen the night I got my lip pierced. I don't recommend that either. Ice pops might help soothe your throat. Recover quickly.

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  Miss_Whipped  |  41

Who cares about the bathroom trip? I'd be more concerned about the scarred throat tissue being lit on fire by spicy food, first off. I need my tonsils out too, on another note. Been sick with tonsillitis on and off since April.

By  EmoKami  |  21

One would hope you could have smelled the spicy soup and made a judgement that capsaicin on fresh wounds isn't good... ...but since this is an fml we'll say lessons learned, and maybe your mother will get something more mild/sensible like chicken noodle or vegetable for your next meal...

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