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      02-02-2018, 08:07 AM   #23
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Respect the Ramen.. That shit is currency is the prisons. Ten packs of Ramen and you can get some G4P action.
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      02-02-2018, 08:28 AM   #24
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Just last night. You're very tough on me...must be that OT shootout loss in Detroit the other night.

Wait though...these things are 2 bucks now? I used to get them for 10 cents...I thought they were 25 cents now? How's a college kid to survive today?
Oh yeah, a little bitter about how this Eastern run is going.

Not sure how cheap those things are out there, but my son likes the Cup of soup which is right next to Top Ramen. Two of those run just under $2 with tax, because they come with the Styrofoam cup. No doubt the stuff is popular as the stores are rarely fully stocked with it.
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      02-02-2018, 05:50 PM   #25
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beef or chicken flava?
Chicken. Beef is ight...just rather have the cow.
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      02-02-2018, 05:54 PM   #26
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I always put red pepper in mine. Have a cheap beer and you'll have a well balanced meal.
Alright, since this is OT anyway, here's a funny story... My wife's ex once got scurvy in college because his entire diet consisted of cheap beer and Ramen noodles. I guess I am an upgrade!
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Respect the Ramen.. That shit is currency is the prisons. Ten packs of Ramen and you can get some G4P action.
G4P? I don't think I've ever laughed so hard
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Corner store in my predominately Hispanic neighborhood has a running "dinner" special: 2 Bud Light talls, Cup of soup (chile flav), and the hot water is $2.99.

Can't believe you guys are dissin the Mac/Cheese. And ANYTHING other than ground beef is sacrilege
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Corner store in my predominately Hispanic neighborhood has a running "dinner" special: 2 Bud Light talls, Cup of soup (chile flav), and the hot water is $2.99.

Can't believe you guys are dissin the Mac/Cheese. And ANYTHING other than ground beef is sacrilege
Wow, How delicious is it?
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Wow, How delicious is it?
I take pity on the poor fools, as I'm picking up whatever final ingredient (or scratcher) my wife needs to make my dinner. Head over to the "what's for dinner" thread to see what I normally eat.
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Wow, How delicious is it?
wtf, it's the iranians! cyber attackkkkk!
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Not the life with the frat and mostly naked hot chicks...but the one where you're living on your own making used car payments on an old Chevy Cobalt.

I haven't eaten this crap in years, but my family is out and I'm lazy. Giving it up for Ramen noodles. 2 packs at that, with added parsley (cause I can throw my dollars around like mad)
People think this is gross but I usually accompany my hobo ramen (chicken) soup with a PB&J that I dunk in the soup like it's a jus. I've been dunking PB&J in soup since I was a kid in the 1970s.
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People think this is gross but I usually accompany my hobo ramen (chicken) soup with a PB&J that I dunk in the soup like it's a jus. I've been dunking PB&J in soup since I was a kid in the 1970s.
You can add me to the list of people that thinks that is gross. I mean, I'm not against trying it...but that does not seem like a winning combination.

Sort of like when I added bacon to my tuna and cheese sandwich. Also not a winning combination. Do not recommend.
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Not the life with the frat and mostly naked hot chicks...but the one where you're living on your own making used car payments on an old Chevy Cobalt.

I haven't eaten this crap in years, but my family is out and I'm lazy. Giving it up for Ramen noodles. 2 packs at that, with added parsley (cause I can throw my dollars around like mad)
People think this is gross but I usually accompany my hobo ramen (chicken) soup with a PB&J that I dunk in the soup like it's a jus. I've been dunking PB&J in soup since I was a kid in the 1970s.
I'm for the pb&j with soup, but I can't say I've ever dunked it. Might try it next time but doesn't sound great lol
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I've dunked grilled cheese, but I don't think PB&J. Chicken soup might work. . . .
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i love cheap food; idk if its nostaglia or whatever, but a burger and fries; ramen. lol ill be drooling at the food in dollar tree with my sister; who goes on 4 figure dinners to michelin restaurants...I think her favorite food is chick fila and taco bell. go figure lol. I feel like some people feel insecure if they admit to liking cheap food. food is very intimate.
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food is very intimate.
It can be. Some people really "love" their cars too.
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It can be. Some people really "love" their cars too.
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