I guess it would, but it's already included in a particular section. Thanks for pointing that out, we'll consider that later, I assume.
Here's a final draft of my exorcism ritual.
A Exorcism Ritual for the Banishment of Cruel Demons and Evil Spirits
Sometimes, despite our best efforts to keep His Noodliness in our hearts and minds, we will find that people and things we love, and mundane objects in our environment, will, in a time of vulnerability, be attacked and possessed by unseemly spirits. Not just wine that's turned to vinegar, but actual souls and demons from beyond our realm of existence! When this occurs, an exorcism must be performed. Keep in mind that this is not to save the soul of the possessed. The FSM would never be such a jerk as to punish someone for something that wasn't their fault. But possession can nevertheless be problematic in THIS life, and it is for that reason that this exorcism ritual was revealed unto me.
Of course, as followers of His Noodliness, we must first don our finest Pirate Regalia. This is key. As we know, the FSM doesn't always respond to prayers right away, even if one is wearing pirate regalia; if one is not in the holy garb, He may even outright ignore you.
(I suggest having a jug of clean water and a fine-toothed comb handy as well, if you are exorcising a human. You'll see why.)
Next, the possessed object or person must be restrained, and surrounded by a ring of garlic. One may use garlic salt if that is all one has, although whole cloves arranged in a circle would probably be ideal. In fact, if you happen to have a particularly powerful demon on your hands, and a pile of whole bulbs, you may even arrange those in a circle for extra effect.
While you are dressed in pirate regalia and the victim is restrained in a circle of garlic, it is time to boil a package of instant ramen noodles. These noodles must be cooked VERY well. Al dente is wonderful if the noodles are for consumption, however, in this case, they need to be soft, mushy, and sticky, so as to cling forcefully to the possessed victim.
If the possessed is a stone, idol, or other firm, inanimate object, then it is highly beneficial to imbue the noodles with obnoxious amounts of spices while boiling. However, if the possessed is something like a teddy bear that would absorb the spices and be ruined, or a human who does not have immediate access to a shower (for instance, public exorcisms), then I suggest you leave out the spices, and don't add the flavoring packet either.
Now, after the noodles are mushy and sticky, but still recognizable as noodles, they must be drained thoroughly. Then, the noodles must be refrigerated, and made cold. This serves two purposes: one, if you're performing public exorcisms, this allows you to boil the noodles beforehand, and bring them with you in a cooler, and two, it increases the unpleasantness that arises as a result of the next step.
This is the pivotal step. You must be VERY careful during this step, as you will be directly confronting the possessive demon. The exorcist must ENTER the ring of garlic, intruding upon the demon's space, and sprinkle the cold, sticky noodles upon the victim. At this point, the victim might cry out, "AAAUUGH! It's clammy and gross! Get it off me!" However, you must be FIRM! This is the DEMON being REPULSED by contact with the Holiest Food of the LORD! The victim must still be restrained! Once the noodles are clinging to the victim, then the bad jokes must commence, forcing the victim to participate (knock knock jokes, etc.) and not cease until the victim has been freed from the clutches of the evil spirit!
Finally, the possessed person or object has been released! At this point, celebration is in order. Release the former victim from the restraints, use the jug of water and fine-toothed comb to extract the noodles from the former victim's hair, if necessary, and, if applicable, present them with a gift of something Holy, such as a package of noodles, a bandanna, or an eyepatch, to help ward off repossession in the future. Verily, the Power of His Noodly Appendage is great!