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Personally I have always found that making Cup Noodles takes too much time and effort. First I have to boil the water, then I have to add it to the noodles, and then I have to wait for three or four minutes until the noodles are ready. It just seems like a little too much work for something that is supposed to be “instant.”
Well now I don’t have to wait so long anymore, as a company in Hong Kong has developed a special battery operated stove made especially for cooking Cup Noodles.
What do you need when you are sleepy at work? What do you seek for when you are playing basketball and chewing something makes you focus? What do you look for when you realised your breath is not exactly “fresh”?
Yeap! You need a chewing gum. Chewy, minty, flavoury and in some way, cool. Chewing gums has been around for ages! In fact, during the olden times, people started chewing on leaves and plants. That is way, way back then. OK, Let’s not get too far now.
One of the first chewing gums I ever chewed on is Extra chewing gum. It has been around since 1984, making its name as the first sugar-free chewing gum in the market. Recently, I saw Extra’s TV commercial and I simply love it! Then I searched in Youtube for more of the similar ads and I got seven of it!
Yes! Wordy laugh is back after so long, and boy, I got a lot of craps to share to all FunnyCoolStuff readers today! Let’s see, today’s special word is “crap”. Why? I tell you why. East Asian always got it wrong when they pronounce or spell anything close to “crap”. For example:
Seeing that the product is fireworks, I think they meant “Thunder Clap” which makes sense but this product name would definitely catch more attention. Made in China.
I always like donuts, from Dunkin’ Donuts to Big Apple to home-made, I like it, especially when it is glazed with white chocolate or mint with chocolate chips. Sounds yummy isn’t it?
Then one day, someone posted something online that caught my eyes – Bbq Donut. So I decided I would check this BBQ Donut out because I’ve tried so many donuts over the years and I have never see nor tried a barbequed flavored donut before.
To my surprise, this is the first picture I saw when I typed “bbq donut” and pressed SEARCH:
Well, I understand why it is called “donut” because of the round shape, but I don’t know why “bbq”. So the probing and researching began.