Instant ramen's a nice commodity whilst you're on lunch break, but I personally think the broth's the best part -- as a dessert of sorts -- because you can wash the ramen down nicely afterwards. As far as brands go, steer very clear of Kimchi ramen if you're intending to microwave it; I learned that the hard way when my bowl suddenly erupted in flames. Holy hell at that initial shine.
Moreover to foodstuffs, what are your favourite brands of potato chips? Pringles are definitely king in my eyes. There's just something about resting one on your tongue to crunch on that makes it ever so appetizing, whether or not you're actually hungry.
Then there's the duckface thing you could get going for shits and giggles.
I'll definitely keep that in mind, thanks. :U
As far as potato chips, I guess I've always been partial to Doritos. If my mom would let me buy Pringles more often, they would easily be a favorite. Sadly, I'm the daughter of a health nut, so if anything is even remotely unhealthy, we don't get to eat it. Even Doritos we only get in small travel-sized packets and we're only allowed to eat them when we leave the house as a snack.
On a totally unrelated note (but that's why this thread exists, isn't it?) do you guys think forums count as social media?
My sister was talking to me yesterday and I mentioned that I'm not on any social media sites (no Facebook, no Tumblr, no Twitter, no Instagram...). I added that all I'm on are a few forums, and then I have my email and Skype. She argued that forums ARE social media.
I say nay. Forums are created specifically as a way for fans of the same franchise/series/genre to get together and express their love for said franchise/series/genre, pick up on important news (like where concerts will be held and merchandise and such), and share fanfictioins or fan projects or role play or whatever. Each one is different, but I don't think they constitute social media since you aren't going there to make friends/keep in touch with friends. You're there to share thoughts on a thing with other like-minded people. And if you make some friends along the way, as I have and I'm sure many of you have, that's an added bonus.
What do you guys think?
And before I go...
I recently bought this double ocarina: http://www.steinocarina.com/productsDetail.php?id=299
And to add to this convoluted set of thoughts, i recently found out that there is a second official book with im@s sheet music apart from the ages old M@sterbook. The new one from last year has many of the "newer" songs like Ready, Change, Yakusoku or arcadia, but unfortunately for me they are piano arrangements.
That is awesome.
And now I need to buy this because iM@S has so many great songs I want to play on the piano.