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http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/10/1012_051012_chinese_noodles.html

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you can still have'em today !!!
They are called "RAMEN NOODLES" and come in plastic square pack. 3 for 1 dollar.

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yummy!......[:p]
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you can still have'em today !!!
They are called "RAMEN NOODLES" and come in plastic square pack. 3 for 1 dollar.
at the store on the corner here, they're 6 for 87 cents...[:D]
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you can still have'em today !!!
They are called "RAMEN NOODLES" and come in plastic square pack. 3 for 1 dollar.
at the store on the corner here, they're 6 for 87 cents...[:D]
You can get a whole box (about 25+ packages) for 10 bucks.

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We have good inflation here in canada

<a href="http://www.straightdope.com/mailbag/mramen.html">more on Ramen Noodles</a>

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you can still have'em today !!!
They are called "RAMEN NOODLES" and come in plastic square pack. 3 for 1 dollar.
Did you make this just for the forum? Or did you just find the picture?

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I read the article you submitted (N-geographic) I searched for Ramen and found the pic and later the URL above....

if you like noodles.
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We have good inflation here in canada

<a href="http://www.straightdope.com/mailbag/mramen.html">more on Ramen Noodles</a>
I don't like this article. It says I'm gonna get fat. Yeah right. I eat 2 or 3 about once a week, and I'm not fat.

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Mercedes Drivers don't get fat ! Or if they do, it's not because of noodles.

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