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Ramen Spray Noodles

Ramen Noodles from a Spray Can
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OK, think Silly String - fluid in the can, comes out as a long string. Ramen noodles are long strings. Pack a can full of fluid ramen noodles (flavoring already added). Spray into bowl for "polite" eating, or spray directly into mouth.

Whereas regular ramen noodles are about $0.10 to $0.30 per pack, this could sell for $3.00 (like spray cheese - $0.25 worth of cheese for $3.00).

quarterbaker, Jul 27 2001


       Spray noodles, Spravy...my pantry's rapidly becoming a combustion hazard.
nick_n_uit, Jul 27 2001

       Could they be called "Sproodles"?
Nadia, Sep 03 2001

       I'd call "Spramen" and I'd also bring out my trusty can of "Sprushi" (Spray Sushi) not to be confused with (Spooshi) ;-)
paulnakada, Sep 03 2001

       Kids love impracticality on parents wallets!
thumbwax, Oct 14 2002

       *I* Love this. But I can see the direction it would lead to....   

       mental flossing....
hollajam, Oct 14 2002


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