Oodles and Oodles of Noodles

Things are not always what they seem. In Douglas Adams’ books in The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series the fourth book of the trilogy talks about an SEP. The ultimate in camouflage is an SEP, Somebody Else’s Problem. These are depictions so outlandish that the brain refuses to acknowledge them.

On Furball’s blog I posted a comment that included a reference to pierced nipples. Specifically, my cousin had recently returned from a stint in Germany {he was in the military}. He came over to my folk’s house to visit. It was summer. We didn’t have air conditioning, it was mid to late 70’s. {1970’s}. He wasn’t wearing a shirt and my dad noticed, as did the rest of us, that Rich had a large hoop earring on his pierced nipple. That struck us as being rather odd, and my dad having the sense of humor he did, reached out and gave it a small twist. He said, “I’ll bet this comes in handy during a fight.”

Now, compared to that I’m normal. That’s where I’m coming from.

I think I’ve mentioned the John Waters film Pink Flamingos before. In that movie the Marbles are selling babies to lesbian couples. The baby referenced in the movie is named “Noodles”.

Now that you’ve got the background information, you are totally not ready for the post. Some of you might think bukakke is a perverted sex act. Some of you might like that perverted sex act. Ready for the main course? Of course not!

From wiki, QUOTE
Kakeru in this context means to shower or pour. The word bukkake is often used in Japanese to describe pouring out water with sufficient momentum to cause splashing or spilling. Indeed, bukkake is used in Japan to describe a type of dish where hot broth is poured over noodles, as in bukkake udon and bukkake soba

CLOSE QUOTE
YUM!!! YUM!!!

Depending on your preferences and ethnicity you might serve it on crackers.

Wild

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