January 6, 2007

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17 comments:

Simon said...

This may be the ultimate terse post. Zero words and some punctuation!

Ann Althouse said...

But it makes you hungry, doesn't it?

MrBuddwing said...

What are they supposed to be? Waltzing tildes?

Anonymous said...

Hungry and nostalgic.

sbutler said...

Ahhh... a true blue MeFite.

Ed said...

!

OhioAnne said...

Careful....

You might inspire a "Draft Althouse for President" campaign from those already dreading the upcoming primary season.

Bissage said...

TEXTURE.

Ron said...

Is this a subtle reference to Tilda Swinton?

bill said...

Six tildes signifies ????

Ann Althouse said...

There is a link, you know!

Chris O'Brien said...

Because they are light, yet dense and compact, Ramen noodles are great to take camping. A few years ago while camping we found ourselves with extra bricks of Ramen noodles and we tried an experiment.

We through them in the campfire. (What can I say, its a guy thing.)

Anyway, they burn long and slow. On and on. I'm talking like: one of those Duraflame logs. I mean on and on. If Jack London's character in "To Build A Fire" had a few in the Yukon there he'd have been just fine. I think theres a commercial use for this somewhere.

ASX said...

LOL!

Very clever. :)

"The medium is the message."

sonicfrog said...

If you would have waited a couple more hours, you could have called the post "Tilde Midnight!".

Anonymous said...

This is the most apt the most frugal blog post known to mankind.

vbspurs said...

Waltzing tildes?

Sung to the tune of Waltzing Matildes.

Cheers,
Victoria

hdhouse said...

none of the above.

it is the mustard pattern on a hot dog and the little splotch on the counter where it dripped off.