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Pot Noodles - Yey or Nay? watch

  • View Poll Results: Do you like pot noodles?
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    Everyone bums em'.

    But I hate them, theres simply to many noodles.
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    The cheaper chinese branded ones are better. Same with Supernoodles, like Noodle Town; the Won Ton and Chilli Chicken ones are win.
    Add a bit of proper soy sauce and sesame oil and they taste goooood.
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    (Original post by MR.PINK)
    u can add some meat or chicken or anything u want to make a very nice meal,(with loads and loads of salt and fat :/)

    Ill have the meat and chicken on its own thanks :P
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    (Original post by Libtolu)
    Ill have the meat and chicken on its own thanks :P
    This. :p:
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    Yeyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Super noodles get too horribly bland after the first 5 minutes of eating them. It's like chewing on soggy elastic bands.
    I know what you mean but it's because sometimes I don't make them right, too little water or something.

    Since when did chicken stop being a type of meat?
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    Yey!!

    Bombay bad boy with ketchup... :coma:
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    yesyesyes, especially the purple one (tikka masala?)
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    (Original post by *Hannah)
    yesyesyes, especially the purple one (tikka masala?)
    :yes: That's lovely tooo!
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    I know this is unrelated, but has anyone tried the macaroni pot noodle things? :puke: Soooo bland...it looked like baby sick
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    i'd appreciate them if camping
    but...
    I can make a nicer, healthier, fresher and just as easy concoction at home.
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    nay, used to like them but they not that good maybe on the rare occasion might have one, super noodles are kinda better but had too much of them now feel sick every time smell them or see them
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    Pot Noodles are fine, but I like the cheap ones from Sainsbury's. Get a beefy one, drop an OXO cube in it (or some Bovril), and about a quarter of a tin of corned beef.
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    I like Bombay Bad Boy once in a while, so spicey that you can't taste it (almost).
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    Yay chicken and mushroom is the best one.
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    (Original post by Meagz)
    Bombay Bad Boy.
    YES.
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    Yeyyy I love the bomboy bad boy one and the chicken and mushroom one. I used to LOVE the seedy sanchez one but they got rid of that

    I'm more of a supernoodle person tho really :P

    Does anyone miss them rice noodles they did? There was balti, korma and another one but they got rid of them too
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    (Original post by moonshine_1991)
    Nay, they are absolutely revolting.
    Couldn't have said it better myself.
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    i used to adore them, then i grew up and learned how to eat healthy. i treated myself to a king size pot noodle, chicken and mushroom flavour, last saturday. it's one of them guilty pleasures, maybe i will incorporate it in bed with the future wife. ZINGGGGGG!
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    Pot Noodles with chicken mmm yammi..
    I am hungry now.
 
 
 
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