We all drank, like, 10 cartons of milk.
We've all dared our friends to eat something really spicy. So it's not too surprising that 40 students at Milton Union Middle School in Ohio did the same on Friday.
The problem is, they tried the Bhut Jolokia, one of the world's hottest peppers, according to the Independent. Five of the students were hospitalized, and police were called after more students got sick.
The Bhut Jolokia (or "ghost pepper") has a Scoville rating of over 1 million units. That's the scale used to measure how spicy a food is. For reference, a jalapeño gets somewhere between 3,500 and 10,000, according to Nature.
It was once the world's spiciest pepper, but the Carolina Reaper has held that spot since 2013, since it ranks at 1.57 million Scoville units.
It was definitely a disruption, and school disruptions are in our school code of conduct.
The school is looking into whether the kids, who all ate the pepper voluntarily, should be punished.
Speaking of unusual foods...would you try pork innard soup?