Our dyslexics to the apologies, the down-under doll cannibals, the sleeping men, and the subconscious polite people among us.
Random Noodle Updates
Jenny invented pepper spray from Pinterest.
Daniel invented a bumper sticker for dyslexics.
Hi to the Ramen Noodle, Phlegon, and Jenny, from Down Under, Oztralia!
I just wanted to write out my thanks for your podcast, The Ramen Noodle.
I’m really thankful that you produce a Christian comedy podcast. You keep things very clean (except when things get a bit messy with bodily functions), and you make me laugh quite hard a lot.
I like the song that you sing at the start and end. It really hit home to me when I was feeling a bit down with my endeavors. God uses things to cheer me up or remind me of His goodness when I need it. Praise God.
Now, for a funny story for the podcast! My brothers and I share a room to play our computers, and I sit opposite to my middle sibling, Dave. He and I are ‘stirrers’, being a bit silly and getting a reaction is our humour sometimes. Anyway, quite a few years ago, I received a cartoon character plushie with a big head and small body. It somehow found it’s way into another family’s life, and when I finally got it back it was having an “out of body experience”. Only the head was left.
Dave and I throw this plushie’s head to hit each other over our monitors. The trick is to surprise one another with it when we least expect it! I generally try to throw it underarm so he won’t realise I’m throwing it, but I miss him quite often. He just shakes his head and mutters, “Terrible shot.” We also have a hall that opens up in view of our computer area, so when one of us uses that hall for toilet and bathroom use, its another opportunity to throw something. It is never a hard object, but it must throw well. Good fun.
Anyway, for now God bless, and I’ll be hearing you soon on a podcast.
Yours (very) Truly,
Peter the Perth Painter
My dad and i saw a kind of funny situation in DI (a thrift store) earlier. They had this boxing/possibly kickboxing dummy, fairly high tech for sale. A little bit later, we saw a group of guys (probably college or high school age) with this thing in a shopping cart, and a cowboy hat,( and I think a sweater came later,)this time. And as they are checking out, I look over, and one of them says “Who’s car is this going in?”, Out in the parking lot a few minutes later, I see them trying to load up this dummy, and it was sticking out of the door, or sunroof of the car.(This may have been a you had to be there moment.)
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We want to hear your funny tales of camping! We’ll use these in episode 129, so you have until October 31 to submit these.
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