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Dear Ramen Noodle,
Today during History, my teacher was teaching about the civil war, how it affected the economy.
There were numerous things on the list, such as “Confederate inflation: 9,000%” or, “Federal Debt: 2.7 billion dollars”, but there was one on the list “Some of the South’s crops were ruined.” Now, this was right after we had played a review game of Jeopardy themed on the Civil War, and our teacher wasn’t paying much attention because there were two minutes left in the period.
Therefor, he was distracted and instead of “some of the South’s crop was ruined”, he said: “Some of the South’s crap was ruined.”
Love your show,
Weekly Noodlism: “She’s a pill”
Think of all the things we know about pills and apply that to this saying. “She’s a pill—have a glass of water with you.” “She’s a pill—don’t operating heavy machinery after talking to her.”
Feature: inventing some religions
It’s a religion. Haha. I was randomly looking up parody religions and this was there. They believe in the curse of the numbers as well as the Island being the ultimate place of healing.
What wacky religions would you invent?
Noodles in the News
In response to our discussion about “literally” in our Once Upon a Time in Wonderland podcast, Phyre Light sent us “Captain Literally.”
In Daniel’s search for inspiration for the book cover to Beyond the To-Do List: Goals, Daniel discovered Granny Fartybutt Comes to Dinner (The first in the series of Rhyming Fart Books).
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