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#1 by Darkstar2 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 08:22

Thieves Steal $100,000 Worth of Dry Ramen Noodles in Georgia - Thrillist

I had to post this - :D Some veteran members here might understand why lol. Who's the number 1 suspect we have in mind here :lol:
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#2 by valerie » Fri Aug 17, 2018 05:18

That is funny.

You really got to scratch your head on that one.

You'd think they would have dumped the noodles and kept the trailer!

Maybe they're not so dumb since the noodles would probably be easier
to hock than the trailer. You know, you see ramen noodles sold every
where, even flea markets and antique shops.

One thing is for sure, they won't starve.
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#3 by Darkstar2 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 18:50

valerie wrote: That is funny.

You really got to scratch your head on that one.

You'd think they would have dumped the noodles and kept the trailer!

Maybe they're not so dumb since the noodles would probably be easier
to hock than the trailer. You know, you see ramen noodles sold every
where, even flea markets and antique shops.

One thing is for sure, they won't starve.

Didn't we have a resident Ramen expert on ClixSense ? I forgot his name I think he changed it at some point, please tell me he's not the alleged thief :lol:
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#4 by valerie » Fri Aug 17, 2018 21:01

I think I know who you are referring to.

But hey, I have ate those ramen noodles before, kind of liked them. :P
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#5 by Nikorj » Sat Aug 18, 2018 01:04

Isn't he a millionaire of some sort?
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#6 by Darkstar2 » Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:04

valerie wrote: I think I know who you are referring to.

But hey, I have ate those ramen noodles before, kind of liked them. :P

I think his new name now is Sweetiepie3000 ?

Nikorj wrote: Isn't he a millionaire of some sort?

Yes he is a self made multi millionaire entrepreneur - The Ramen thing was just a cover up :D

Yeah they are good though I'd have to resist temptation because I love noodles and pasta in general, I worked extra hard to get rid of the extra weight - and this extra weight can come just as fast if I have to indulge :D
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#7 by Charez » Sun Aug 19, 2018 20:08

Darkstar2 wrote: Thieves Steal $100,000 Worth of Dry Ramen Noodles in Georgia - Thrillist

I had to post this - :D Some veteran members here might understand why lol. Who's the number 1 suspect we have in mind here :lol:

This is gold
I suppose he will know don't stop to make sweet pie of noodles until bugs fixed :lol:

bookmarked :mrgreen:
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