$100,000 worth of Ramen Noodles stolen

In Georgia, a parked 53 foot trailer filled with $100,000 worth of Ramen Noodles was stolen from a Chevron store.

We all know how cheap Ramen Noodles are. Hell, you can buy a six pack at Target for roughly $1.50. What the hell does $100,000 worth look like? Also, what do you do with all that Ramen? (source Fox) Let’s look at a couple scenarios.

Is the plan to gradually sell them off to poor college kids while driving across the country? If so, that sounds like a shitty business plan. Why buy something from a weirdo in a truck, that you can already get dirt cheap at a corner store? I can’t see Ramen Noodle dealers offering a better price point. Maybe they could try packaging it with some Adderall, or some other prescription drug that kids use to help them study these days. Buy five 10mg tablets, & get a six pack of Ramen free!  That could work.


Someone told me you’re looking for a Ramen dealer?

Maybe these idiots have a plan to store it where nobody will find it, & live off the supply for the rest of their lives. That’s a lot of salt! Over time, they’d probably ingest the equivalent of what it would take to preserve enough bodies capable of filling a small cemetery.  Of course, that’s assuming they can survive strokes, heart failure, osteoporosis, stomach cancer and kidney disease!

Quite simply, these idiots might have just been looking for a thrill. Still, $100,000 dollars worth, is still $100,000 dollars worth. If you plan on stealing something with that kind of value, be sure it’s something you could sell off almost as quickly as you stole it.


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