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HAPPY RAMENDAN!

Postby Pirate Priest » Tue Oct 03, 2006 7:58 pm

That's right folks! It's Ramendan! Unfortunatley it started about a week ago, on September 24. Luckily it's a month long, and our standards are flimsy! Ramendan will end on October 24. So get out there and buy your ramen! I bought a months supply for about 6 bucks, well a months supply if I eat it twice a day.

I reccommend eating it only one meal a day. I take my ramen to school in a thermas. The best way I found is to put boiling water into a thermas. Then when you get to school put the ramen and it's flavoring into the thermas or bowl or whatever. It cooks fairly quickly like that. If you cook it at home and bring it to school, the noodles absorb all of the broth and become soggy and mushy.

Well anyways, Happy Ramendan!
DAMN YOU NOAH, DAMN YOU TO THE ICEY PITS OF ANTARCTICA
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Postby PsiPro » Wed Oct 04, 2006 12:02 am

Happy Ramendan!

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Re: HAPPY RAMENDAN!

Postby E.Raser » Wed Oct 04, 2006 12:50 pm

Pirate Priest wrote:
I reccommend eating it only one meal a day.


I eat night & day :mrgreen:
and wonderful pig's prosciutto +salame di Fabraiano+sangria from Spain :mrgreen:
But I smoke like a Turkish

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Postby E.Raser » Fri Oct 06, 2006 12:02 pm

PsiPro wrote:Happy Ramendan!


here in Falconara happened an important thing, last week.
A family from Tunisia wanted to comply with Ramadam.
But the daughter, 17 y.o., did not, because she felt herself like a western.
The father treated her by fists and kicks and she attempted the suicide.
Now newspapers write about islamic community, that is divised: a)father's fans
b)daughter's fans.
Many repeat the words of the Pope of last month: the religion cannot be imposed by sword.
But I believe it is not a religion question, but a question of family's mafia.

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Postby BL!TZ » Sat Oct 07, 2006 12:28 am

E.Raser wrote:
PsiPro wrote:Happy Ramendan!


here in Falconara happened an important thing, last week.
A family from Tunisia wanted to comply with Ramadam.
But the daughter, 17 y.o., did not, because she felt herself like a western.
The father treated her by fists and kicks and she attempted the suicide.
Now newspapers write about islamic community, that is divised: a)father's fans
b)daughter's fans.
Many repeat the words of the Pope of last month: the religion cannot be imposed by sword.
But I believe it is not a religion question, but a question of family's mafia.


well, maybe you should consider the fact that the pope has nothing to do with the mafia
EH?? WHAT NOW?

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Postby E.Raser » Mon Oct 09, 2006 6:37 am

[quote="BL!TZ"]

well, maybe you should consider the fact that the pope has nothing to do with the mafia
EH?? WHAT NOW?[quote]

We don.t know if Pope has something to do with mafia.
But we know that in the apst Marcinkus, one big boss from Vatican, was a member of P2 of Licio Gelli , who had something to do with mafia.
And he was a grat pirate too, because he had so much money from American contribuents , by CIA.
anyway, Pope has something to do with Mangiasassirosso = Red Eating Stones. ( eating night & day in october too ) :mrgreen:
And HE COULD HAVE SOME PROBLEMS in Turkey next November

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Postby Goat Starer » Mon Oct 09, 2006 6:42 am

During Ramendan you shold only eat your noodles after sunset. I am pretty sure this is the law!
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Postby E.Raser » Mon Oct 09, 2006 6:49 am

Goat Starer wrote:During Ramendan you shold only eat your noodles after sunset. I am pretty sure this is the law!


I am a No-man and I eat night&day :mrgreen:

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Postby Pirate Priest » Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:54 am

Well folks, today is the last day of Ramendan. I hope you all enjpyed your Ramen and had good times remembering your days as a poor college students and your accomplishments, and if you have yet to go to college and accomplish anything, well just being glad your a Pastafarian. I ended the night with a Ramen feast. Tommorow I will hand out my left over Ramen to the Ramenless. Hope you all had a happy Ramendan. And now it's time for Halloween! ARRRRRRRRRGH! It be bout the time to start givin out some candies. ARRRRRGH!

RAmen.
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