"I came outside to eat some ramen. And, it got a little too cold," he captioned the amusing video.
Cold winters leave us wanting to sit by the fire and have a steaming mug of cocoa or a hot bowl of ramen to warm our souls up. However, this plan doesn't always go right. Content creator on Instagram, Jake Fischer under the user name voiceofjake posted a recording of what eating Ramen (or not) is like in freezing temperatures. In the video, we can see his hair, beard, eyelashes, and cap covered in white snowflakes. He's holding a yellow bowl of ramen which seems to have been frozen in the cold. The spoon and noodles are frozen enough in the air to stand by themselves and not be held.
He then says in the video, "I came outside to eat some ramen. And, it got a little too cold." The cool viral video gained more than 41 million views and 1,294,576 likes. It was captioned, "Ramen has cooled! @cluelessbushcraft did this last year so I had to try 🥶" People on the social media page were curious to know how he managed to do this to himself. One user said, "And why did u come out if u knew it's freezing outside 🥴😒."
Another user wrote, "Rumor has it that his still waiting on for ramen to melt till now." A curious Instagramer said, "Dying to know how that affects the consistency of the ramen once it cools." One pointed out, "I want to see how you warmed back up😂 I feel like the ice would be dripping everywhere once it starts melting!" "Now we need to hear the crunch!" hyped up the other.
Most weathers are enjoyable but not always, especially not when they go extreme and you have to go out and work on a winter day when you could have just stayed warm in bed. In another video, a sports reporter was sent out for a winter weather watch in Waterloo, Iowa, and he decided to spice up his weather updates with a little snark. KWWL's Mark Woodley cracked jokes throughout the hour-long early morning report. He was asked to assist with the December 22nd, Thursday show. Following his work, Woodley tweeted a video of himself making snarky comments.
He captioned the post, "This is what you get when you ask the sports guy to come in to cover a blizzard in the morning show." In just a day, the post went viral with 11.6 million views and 812k likes. In the clip, he is saying, "I normally do sports, uh, everything is canceled here for the next couple of days so what better time to ask the sports guy to come in about five hours earlier than he would normally wake up and go stand out in the wind and the snow and the cold and tell other people not to do the same. I didn't even realize that there was a 3:30 (show) also in the morning until today."
A little later in the video, he says, "It's absolutely fantastic, Ryan. I'm used to these evening shows that are only 30 minutes long and generally on these shows I'm inside so this is a really long show/ Tune in for a couple of more hours to watch me progressively get crankier and crankier." Woodley goes on to joke that he wishes to be inside a car and do updates about road conditions. He says, "That thing's heated. The outdoors is currently, uh, not heated."