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Entry from December 26, 2021
“What’s the opposite of drunken noodles?"/"Soba noodles.”

"Soba” noodles are not “sober” noodles, but there are jokes. “Did you know: Soba noodles is just gangsta speak for noodles that are sober. It’s the opposite of drunken noodle--or noodles that are crunk” was posted on Twitter by unclemag on July 30, 2009.

“Are soba noodles the opposite of drunken noodles?” was posted on Twitter by Seth Rosenthal on March 16, 2010. “The opposite of drunken noodles is soba noodles. Get it?!” was posted on Twitter by Pulin Modi on October 30, 2010.

“What’s the opposite of drunken noodles? Soba noodles!” was posted on Reddit—Jokes on January 6, 2016. “Q: What’s the opposite of Drunken Noodles? A: Soba Noodles!” was posted on Twitter by Craft and Savor on March 21, 2016. “Q: What’s the opposite of drunken noodles? A: Soba noodles!” was posted on Twitter by Malai Kitchen on August 16, 2018. “What’s the opposite of drunken noodles? Soba noodles!” was posted on Reddit—Cleanjokes on December 26, 2021.

“What’s the opposite of soba noodles? Drunken noodles” was posted on Twitter by justin? on April 25, 2018. “What’s the opposite of soba noodles?  Wait for it...DRUNKEN NOODLES!” was posted on Twitter by Kai Asian Street Fare on March 15, 2019.


Wikipedia: Soba
Soba (そば or 蕎麦, “buckwheat") is a thin Japanese noodle made from buckwheat. The noodles are served either chilled with a dipping sauce, or hot in a noodle soup. The variety Nagano soba includes wheat flour.

Wikipedia: Drunken noodles
Drunken noodle or drunkard noodles (pad kee mao, less frequently pad ki mao or pad kimao /ˌpæd kiː ˈmaʊ/; Thai: ผัดขี้เมา, RTGS: phat khi mao, [pʰàt kʰîː māw]) is a Thai stir-fried noodle dish very similar to phat si-io, albeit spicier and full of spices. In Thai, pad means ‘to stir-fry’ and khi mao means ‘drunkard’. The dish is widely available in restaurants or at street vendors in Thailand but it is also highly popular in the United States. and has become ubiquitous on Thai restaurant menus throughout. Despite its name, alcohol is not one of the ingredients.

Twitter
unclemag
@unclemag
Did you know: Soba noodles is just gangsta speak for noodles that are sober. It’s the opposite of drunken noodle--or noodles that are crunk.
8:03 PM · Jul 30, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Seth Rosenthal
@seth_rosenthal
“Are soba noodles the opposite of drunken noodles?”, I asked smirkingly. It was at that point that it hit me:I was ready to become a father.
7:21 PM · Mar 16, 2010·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Pulin Modi
@IAmTomorrow
The opposite of drunken noodles is soba noodles. Get it?!
7:36 PM · Oct 30, 2010·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Kate Wilson
@KateEWilson
Are ‘drunken noodles’ the opposite of soba noodles? You’d really expect the boozehounds to fuck up the spelling, wouldn’t you?
4:33 AM · Jun 2, 2011·Twitter for iPhone

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Jason Sayada
@Jason_Sayada
Are Soba noodles the opposite of drunken noodles? #cantsleep #3amthoughts
6:22 AM · Oct 22, 2015 from Los Angeles, CA·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Matt Waxman
@matthewwaxman
A. Soba Noodles. Q. What is the opposite of Drunken Noodles?
3:51 PM · Jan 2, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

Reddit—Jokes
Posted by u/HeadyTeddy January 6, 2016
What’s the opposite of drunken noodles?
Soba noodles!

Twitter
Craft and Savor
@CraftandSavor
Q: What’s the opposite of Drunken Noodles? A: Soba Noodles! Sweet, savory, lightly charred rice noodles this week!
5:00 PM · Mar 21, 2016·Buffer

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Aditi Mittal-National Disinterest
@awryaditi
The opposite of Soba noodles is drunk noodles.
6:04 AM · May 22, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
justin?
@Justin_Geldz
What’s the opposite of soba noodles?
Drunken noodles
4:16 PM · Apr 25, 2018·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Malai Kitchen
@malaikitchen
Q: What’s the opposite of drunken noodles?
A: Soba noodles!
#NationalTellAJokeDay
1:20 PM · Aug 16, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Kai Asian Street Fare
@kaistreetfare
What’s the opposite of soba noodles?  Wait for it...DRUNKEN NOODLES! 
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#orlandoeats #thaifood #drunkennoodles #orlandofoodie #kaistreetfare #dadjokes Camera with flash
@tastecooksip
@ Kai - Asian… https://instagram.com/p/BvCHIr0g24U/?utm_source=ig_twitter_share&igshid=1opg3k3ih6w01
10:52 AM · Mar 15, 2019·Instagram

Twitter
LRB Bookshop
@LRBbookshop
the opposite of drunken noodles, are soba noodles
3:18 PM · Mar 31, 2020·TweetDeck

Twitter
Hannah Marchant
@Caravan_Han
Replying to @TheCookaway
What’s the opposite of drunken noodles?
Soba noodles
4:44 AM · Aug 13, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

Reddit—Cleanjokes
Posted by u/kickypie December 26, 2021
What’s the opposite of drunken noodles?
Soba noodles!

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Sunday, December 26, 2021 • Permalink