Food Challenge: Alexie Vs Instant Noodles

New food challenge video from Alexie as he eats and rates nine different types of noodles.

Alexie eats a lot of noodles. This is a fact. There are two drawers in our office filled with noodle packets. We wanted to find out which ones are the best, so we gave Alexie a simple challenge. Rate the noodles RATE THEM. In this vlog, he tries nine types of noodle and rates them on our emoji scale of justice.

Wanna know the most fire noodles? WATCH THIS. Wanna know the smiley poop noodles? WATCH THIS. Also, Alexie eats a lot of noodles. Like a lot. Picture a lot and then double it. It’s more than that*.

*No noodles were harmed in the making of this vlog*
** Unless noodles have souls.**
*** In which case all nine noodles were murdered.***

Look. Watch it. Let the noodle food challenge commence.

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What’s your favourite noodle? Where in Bristol does the best noodles? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter: @rifemag

Check out Juicy Blitz, a young people’s health and participation project based in a Juice and Smoothie Bar on the Lawrence Weston parade.

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