Everyone thinks of Ramen noodles as being this disgusting noodle block college kids have to eat because they can't afford anything else. But that's not true. They are a quality food and some college students eat them because they want to, not because they have to. I am about to school you on just a few reasons why we need to get rid of the stigma around Ramen noodles.
1. You can save meal swipes
I didn't go to the dining hall for lunch today because I want to eat Ramen noodles. Because they are warm and delicious. If I had gone to the dining hall I probably would have gotten a salad. It might have been healthier, but now if I feel like eating breakfast sometime this week, I will have an extra meal swipe to do so. And I didn't miss out on anything. Because the Ramen noodles I just ate were really good.
2. You won't die from eating them
Ramen isn't the worst thing for you. Unless you eat super healthy all of the time, you can't really talk about how unhealthy it is. I'm not saying it's healthy, I'm just saying it's not that bad.
3. You save time
They are so simple to make. I can make Ramen noodles in minutes. The convenience of microwaving a block of noodles is really great, but so many people don't understand that. Save some time and eat Ramen noodles sometimes. You can't complain about not having enough time in the day when you spent a long time making a fancy lunch.
4. You can eat them
Nobody is too good for Ramen noodles. You can go ahead and spend lots of money buying regular food you have to make yourself, or you could save some money and eat Ramen every once in a while.
5. They taste really good
I wouldn't bother eating Ramen if it tasted bad. It's not like that is the only option when you need to save money. But it tastes really good, so I consider it a treat.
So if you want to save time, meal swipes, money, and eat something that tastes really good, then you should eat Ramen noodles. You will enjoy them and feel so much better about other aspects of your life, like your bank account and being able to spend more time doing the things you enjoy.