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Unicorn Noodles August 29, 2018

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Humor, Vegetarian Recipes.

Since I’m in hypo-drive for the summer, today’s one and only SLTW post is over at TG’s place, but I’ll warn you . . . TG thinks it looks more like a one-horned goat than a unicorn.

I think he also called me lazy.

Chasing Unicorns

Our unicorn today comes from nrhatch, at https://nrhatch.wordpress.com/. Herblog seems to be about self-help and humor. So if you need help (and don’t we all), or you need a good laugh, click on over and check it out.

I’m not sure if this thing shebeamed me is really a unicorn. It looks suspiciously like a one-horned goat. It consists of a short, explanatory blurb, followed by a link. Boy you talk about lazy. But that’s just it, I’m not one to talk.

So I’ll go ahead and give it a shot. This time. If it works out okay, then fine. Otherwise I’mgonna have to raise my unicorn-identifying standards.

Go ahead and give it a read (won’t take long), and decide for yourself. Is this a unicorn, or have I lost my noodle?

Scientists have discovered why spaghetti noodles don’t break cleanly in two pieces.


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1. joyroses13 - August 29, 2018

A very cool unicorn! 🙂

nrhatch - August 29, 2018

Yay! The idea of Nobel prize winning scientists studying how to break spaghetti noodles the “right” way cracked me up.

joyroses13 - August 29, 2018

Yup! 🙂

2. Jill Weatherholt - August 29, 2018

You’re not lazy!

nrhatch - August 29, 2018

Thank you, Jill. That’s what I told TG ~> not lazy, just in slow flow mo for the summer. 😀

3. Debra - August 29, 2018

I guess whatever makes one curious is worthy of a little research? My mind takes me on strange little journeys, as well! Enjoy your “slow flow mo” as long as you can. 🙂

nrhatch - August 29, 2018

I need a switch so I can flip from hypo-drive to hyper-drive. The backlog (i.e., log jam) in my office is . . . considerable. 😀

4. L. Marie - August 29, 2018

Today has been stressful, so reading your unicorn was the perfect de-stresser. 😀

nrhatch - August 29, 2018

Yay! Gotta smile at them there scientists who are using their noodles to study noodles.

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