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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Pthump, Oct 3, 2005.
I'm dying for attention!
I don't see this thread lasting long....
Thats bad when the original post was changed to "Im dying for attention."
Oh well. Im not dying for attention. *Walks around juggling 10 running chainsaws.*
Nope, not at all...
I thought this was going to be a thread about Ramen noodles...
Thanks for getting my hopes up...
Yeah I had thought it was going to be a food related thread too.
Mmmmmmm Ramen Noodles.......
I was just thinking about going downstairs to raid the fridge .. and just realized I have some Ramens in the cabinet. I think this settles it!
Heh... I saw this thread before the mod edit. I didn't even bother to post, figuring it would be closed sooner than later. This is much funnier.
I've turned this into the "Ramen Appreciation Thread"
Made with MS Paint...
Oh please, do tell, unless of course it would get you in poo with with mods. I missed it.
Sadly enough Ive never had Ramen Noodles...
You're missing out on perhaps the the most fiscally efficient cuisine in the world.
I know, I know, but next year Ill be at college so Im sure Ill get to eat them then, if not sooner. Im just not much of a fan of meals that you can drink.
Yeah, if you're anything like most college students (myself included), you'll be broke and eating Ramen like crazy. It's a good life, I'd say.
better then Mr. Noodle?
One word: Macaroniandcheese
Ramen beats Mac and Cheese hands down...
It's cheaper, easier to make, and doesn't require a refridgerator for ingredients.
I always toss some Tabasco sauce and sesame oil in mine. I've also been known to add curry, wasabi, chinese hot mustard, frozen veggies, beef stew meat, chicken meat, tofu, and or anything else that is appealing..
It's versatile, tatey, and cheap...
Got me through Med School.
Im going to go have some.
Its the official food source for college students and touring bands.
Nice. I see this thread was retitled. So.....
I make mine normally at first....boil the noddles for three minutes....but then strain the water and only after that can I add the seasoning. I usually add some cold water after that....just a little bit to give the noodles some base to evenly coat the seasoning.
Oh it's a fine art indeed.