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Pointless thread... Arm injury?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by newyorkin, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. newyorkin

    newyorkin 1 ton status

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    I just ate some of that Ramen-style instant lunch, Alfredo noodles. All of a sudden, my body feels like I just drank a glass or two of wine. My muslces are feeling twitched, and my arm is throbbing. My elbow is starting to hurt like a beetch... I have weird food reactions sometimes, I have some unidentified allergy or intolerence. This is a new reaction, usually just my eyeballs start feeling swollen and my breathing gets a little wierd.

    Very weird... :eek1: :eek1: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
     
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    Hmmm... Maybe cause you just ate cooked styrofoam topped with flavored saltwater... :thinking:
     
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    ya dude you cant eat the cup.:doah:
     
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    It sounds like a reaction to MSG. A buddy of mine gets wierd aches and pains when he eats stuff seasoned with higher amounts of MSG.
     
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    Monkey Stool Gunk
     
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    Thats what I was thinkin.MSG is bad chit...
     
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    they got msg in ramen?
     
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    Unfortunately the occasional monkey falls into the vat resulting in MSG contamination.
     
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    no, no, no! Its Multiple Silent Gas Explosions! :dunno: :dunno: :dunno:
     
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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    Could also be sulfides...
     
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    Interesting thoughts... I will pursue the MSG thing. I hate chinese food cause I always feel like absolute crap afterwards. I usually feel crappy after Ramen, but sometimes forget.

    I am drinking now and my arm is screaming at the shoulder. I must have slept on it wrong or actually hurt it.
     
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    Me no likey bad food, almost died from it in 99.
     
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    I hear that ramen has ridiculous amounts of MSG in it. Food processing companies can put a lot of MSG in food before it even has to be disclosed in the ingredients list, according to FDA rules.
     

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