Choicey choicers choice thick!
Photo courtesy of Erlend Sorbye.
Found in Japan.
A can full of choices!
So mant choices
Many noodles. Choice
I prefer to freeze-dry choices. They take up less room that way.
Pikachu noodles, I choice you!
@ DrLex 4.06 am:
Visually, it looks more like a can of worms…
Canned choices are far more appetising than canned noodles.
I choose the noodles that’ll make me thin.
No noodles please. It’s Ramadin.
BE VERY CAREFUL.
You only think they are noodles.
Noodle nonny noo.
“Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn.
Noodles I love ’em through thick and through thin,
Noodles I love ’em again and again,
Noodles with chicken and noodles with beef,
Noodles will slide down you have no need of teef..
Noodles served fried, or boiled are just fine,
I prefer mine raw with a bucket of wine,
Noodles with fish or noodles with pork,
You can slurp them all down with no need of a fork.
Noodles from Maggi, or noodles Oriental,
Noodles Italian or noodles Continetal,
Noodles with meatballs or noodles with schnitzel,
The main thing that’s certain is that one size fits all.
Damn! ‘Tis 0452 in Brissie, and I now feel hungry.
I choose you, choices!
@RC 4:16 Klingon spaghetti?
They aren’t noodles at all.
THEY ARE WORMACELLI
very bad pun on – Vermacelli
As they say in Italy: A gooda gnocchi is a hard to find.
@Marum 1156: Hmmm… listening to the choices in your head at that hour in the morning is a bit of a worry! 😛
@Marum: Vermicelli = little worms in Italian.
@DnT 1924 WOW! Maybe all those choices in my head, may be right after all.
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