Who invented noodles?  OCT 19 2005

4000 year-old pot of noodles found in China, settling (for now) the "hotly contested" question of who invented the noodle.

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There are 7 reader comments

Brian Van09 19 200510:09AM

Keith Richards was wondering where he put that...

Rey Dhuny22 19 200510:22AM

More importantly, it could settle who invented the Pot Noodle!

Lode35 19 200510:35AM

We all know who invented the noodle, don't we?

Jonathan Dobres16 19 200511:16AM

We followers of the great Flying Spaghetti Monster now have incontrovertible proof that world is roughly 4000 years old, as the First Noodle indicates.

Meg06 19 200512:06PM

It belonged to the first university student. It is ancient Ramen.

sixfoot640 19 2005 3:40PM

Indeed, the Appendage of the great FSM was noodling at least 2,000 years before Christ.

Brock44 20 2005 7:44AM

I think we just need to accept that prior to the 16th Century, China invented EVERYTHING first.

This thread is closed to new comments. Thanks to everyone who responded.


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