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Can You Really Fix Things With Ramen Noodles and Super Glue?

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Today we’re testing out something we have gotten thousands of requests for- can you fix things with ramen noodles? Today we’ll find out how strong it really is.

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5 Thoughts to “Can You Really Fix Things With Ramen Noodles and Super Glue?”

  1. Ramahl Ah Chee

    It wasn’t strong cause you forgot the seasoning packet… duh.

  2. Trishiee V

    *_“Okay they used the crumbs of the ramen. So I made a powder-“_*

  3. rgerber

    You know those noodles are made of wheat and its basically starch which you can make plaster from.

  4. We Are Sparta

    You’re complaining about the gaps yet you didn’t sand paper the dry bits of noodles like in the original video.

  5. Joshua Chao

    Cashier:Whats with all the ramen.
    Me: oh to fix my broken sink.

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