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Lets be honest, It's the best variation of goyslop noodles..
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>>18611398
That but this
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>>18611404
Why do I never, ever see this flavor in supermarkets? Chicken and beef and oriental/soy sauce, sure, but not pork. Which is weird because the US is a country that loves pork and pork products. I don't get it.
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>>18611418
maybe its because it's so good they run out of it
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>>18611418
ch*nks



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