Oh sweet sensation!
How great is this work,
That a thousand angels
Have crafted with hands
Made of gold.
How great the taste!
Of a thousand chickens,
Or a thousand cows,
Or a thousand shrimp
No other food,
Not here nor anywhere,
Can compare to this!
This wonderful display
Of so many flavors
Packed in one container.
How great the price,
Six for one dollar!
For twas more
No one would buy it.
For a sensational price.
Let us buy ramen,
And eat it tonight!
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