On the Street: What Does Oriental Taste Like?

We were curious about what “Oriental” Top Ramen tasted like. it could taste like a number of things. Around the office here, the overwhelming response was “post-colonial globalism.” Obviously, that answer was a bit too academic for our reading audience, so we asked a few grocery store customers for their opinion on this popular flavor.

Maruchan, as well as several other brands, Ramen Noodle “soup” is a popular food item available at the local Grocery Outlet. It is also the primary food source for anyone with a crippled culinary imagination, credit card collection center workers, and of course, lazy teenagers.


Beth Feingold: Is it supposed to taste like something other than salt?

Beth Feingold, stay at home Mom: Is it supposed to taste like something other than salt? I don’t give this to my family. There’s almost no nutrition in it.


Cliven Bundy: I think it tastes like good math skills, if you ask me.

Cliven Bundy, rancher & felon: I think it tastes like good math skills if you ask me. Those little buggers sure can add good. You did ask, right?


Sairhra Ramun: I think it tastes like diabetes, like the other processed crap.

Sairhra Ramun, community activist/chemtrail expert: I think it tastes like diabetes, like the processed corporate crap.


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Fink is a man of many words, and many web links. He likes to argue and seldom loses. Mostly because he’s well informed. And somewhat gassy.

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