UMM Hugh had me scared there for a second I was about to find out who I need to beat for making him sad

Okay maybe I’m being a little dramatic but I’m honestly kind of offended at the lack of notes this has? Hugh CLEARLY put a lot of thought and effort into this joke, and you can tell that he’s proud of it he smiles and even chuckles at his joke. Is it so hard for y’all to show appreciation for a good man? He’s trying to be funny is Wolverine himself not good enough for you guys? God

That satisfied dad laugh at the end

that was such a DAD joke

If you put the onions in the refrigerator before cutting them, this isn’t as much of a problem. Getting them cold reduces the amount of chemical dispersal, just as increasing the ventilation reduces the irritation.

Stupid question: does watering/etc affect onion strength? I know there are different breeds/varieties of onions, but every so often I’ll get an onion out of a bag of otherwise totally okay onions that is like a tear gas grenade disguised as delicious.

Like every other onion is ‘sniff, okay, that’s fine’ and the ONE ROGUE ONION is like ‘fuck you, fuck your contacts, fuck everyone else within 30 feet of the kitchen’ and I don’t understand why.

I don’t honestly know. All the onions I’ve picked, planted, eaten, pickled, and stockpiled…you would think I’d have a diminutive answer. What I can suggest is this, and this is a hypothesis…but the thing in the onion that makes it feel so irritating is a sulphur-based compound. Perhaps if the onion has a slightly more sulphuric soil…it might increase? This is likely silly…but it gave me a thought. Now I want to try an experiment.

We should rework an onion. Chop it, save the root, regrow the onion with more water, see if the onion is stronger when it flourishes.

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