Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.
You got the coat now, Teger? How does it fit?
fits pretty well -- I'll let you know if I decide to sell it. only concern is that it might be too tight in the arms to layer and the sleeves are long, but they're not that long and that might be good in the winter.
i'm assuming that bc you're asian you know your ramen so where can i cop some of this? judging by the thumbs it is good shit so ya
Shin is just comfort food for Koreans. I much prefer Neoguri
it's too spicy for me
does it burn as much coming out as it does going down?
Next time I go to china town at west ed mall i'm going to stock up on those/something like those. I love them
Jet man, that's the quintessential low budget Asian ramen of choice. Prefer the black packaged version but that one is classic.
Well, unless you're a whitey guy who has never eaten spicy food in your life, you should be fine. Shin is relatively mild, and is comparable to the spiciness of most kimchi in NA (which is generally milder than ones you'll find in Korea).
Any Asian grocery store should have it also.
yeah that and the sapporo one with the fried bean curd are the best
re: personal style evolution:
For me, as my outerwear and boots get more expensive, my t shirts get cheaper and cheaper. Soon I am just going to wrap my torso in one-ply toilet paper and wear that with 5k rest of fit. Personal style evolution.
Crack an egg in before you eat. Cools the spiciness down and is just damn delicious.
I used to do that with my mr noodles all the time soo good.
I do it all the time as well. Good stuff.
Btw, if people really think it's too spicy, you can either 1. add more water, or 2. add less powder. It's actually pretty easily adjustable.
Also, if you don't like spicy stuff, try some Taiwanese and Japanese instant noodle. Taiwanese beef noodles are awesome.
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