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10 Signs You’re Addicted to Sriracha

10 Signs You’re Addicted to Sriracha

Sriracha addicts; we know them, we love them, we are them. Think you’re one of us? Prove it.

1. All non-Huy Fong sriracha sauces are dead to you. Will the real David Tran please stand up?

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2. You carry it everywhere. S2G in the house!

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3. Tabasco users disgust you.

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4. The day doesn't start until you've had sriracha on your eggs, avo toast or breakfast sammie.


5. Your dedication knows no limits and everyone knows it.

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6. You’ve been to the motherland. If you know, then you know.

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7. You put it on everything. Duh.

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8. Your sriracha swag game is on point.


9. You know all names for sriracha including, but not limited to, Rooster Sauce, Cock Sauce, and you heard it here first, folks, the ‘rach (pronounced rah-ch).

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10. You are reading this blog and got all the way to number 10. We see you.

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