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- Nah, Spaghetti O's are great, my dude
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I wouldn't know because I've never tried them, but the concept doesn't sound really good.
Some like it, others don't.
There is no in between on spaghetti-o's. You either love them or hate them from what I've seen over the years.
It's essentially shaped spaghetti noodles in tomato soup.
I'm a big fan of pasta, but I'm skeptical of the concept of these spaghetti circles. I'll try them if I go to the US someday, just to see what they are like.
My wife loves the stuff, along with Chef Boyardee.
Me... Not so much.
I will occasionally (like once a year maybe) get a craving for them; eat some; then instantly remember why I quit eating it in the first place.
I learned how to cook well so I don't have to eat that stuff.
CB Ravioli is pretty tasty.
I assume Chef Boyardee is another brand of canned pasta? They're really uncommon here, you can find them in some supermarkets but they're not really prevalent.
I'd much rather boil the pasta and add some great sauce myself, takes more time but the outcome is far better. I can see the appeal of canned one if you're on a trek through mountains, that shit can be delicious then, but eating it at home on a normal occasion... not too much of a fan!
If you're super broke, it can be a nice reprieve from ramen every day; believe me.
If you have even remedial skills in cooking and a little bit of time and money, you can make some awesome food. That's if you can afford ingredients.
I've been at the point where I only really had ramen, eggs, bologna, bread, butter, and orange juice. The last week of each month, I had $5 extra left over. I could either go get fast food once, or get a 4 pack of Chef Boyardee of Spaghetti-O's that would last me once a week until I could buy the next pack.
It was a pretty dismal existence for 6 months.
Well yeah, in that scenario it sure looks like a good alternative. I'm glad these times are over for you and you can cook whatever you feel like.
Yea. Food stamps are great if you can ration them properly.
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Now that I've heard this it sounds like the green text story is just straight ripped off the lyrics from this.
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