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    Not sure if this has been mentioned previously but....I'm sat here eating my Sticky Rib Pot Noodle ( Pot Noodles are only 50p in Asda atm ) and I recalled " Posh Noodles ". They were a slightly upper class version ( if there can be such a thing ) of regular Pot Noodles. I don't remember seeing them for a long time. Anybody else remember them and are they still available?

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    I remember them or something like them. Have not seem them in a long time.

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    The food that only needs a kettle

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    Yes those are the very fellows.

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    I also remember these

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    I loved pot noodles when i was younger as all my brothers did but i can say i never saw these ones.
    Or atleast we never bought them.

    Was it an actual proper dinner.

    Did u not have o add water.



    Quote Originally Posted by jay mc View Post
    i also remember these

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    Quote Originally Posted by darren View Post
    I loved pot noodles when i was younger as all my brothers did but i can say i never saw these ones.
    Or atleast we never bought them.

    Was it an actual proper dinner.

    Did u not have o add water.
    worked the same way ...... Just add water

    think it was supposed to taste like Christmas dinner !!!!!!!

    in reality it tasted like chicken
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    I remember when Pot Noodles first came out, must have been '77, a school friend told me his mum had bought him one. When I asked him what it was like he told me "It was far too dry". The idiot had eaten it 'raw'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilC View Post
    I remember when Pot Noodles first came out, must have been '77, a school friend told me his mum had bought him one. When I asked him what it was like he told me "It was far too dry". The idiot had eaten it 'raw'.
    Clearly a person of low IQ...probably went on to be an MP ?

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