Lee Should…

A while ago I asked Google what I need. Today I asked Google what I should do, because a girl needs to know.

Here are the Top 10 Things that Lee should be doing:


1. Lee should be on board for the rock album.

This sounds like a great idea, I should be on board for the tour too. Me, my limited musical talent and ripped jeans.

Rock Album
I'm all about the music


2. Lee to protect ‘open internet’.

It’s up to me to defend the world wide web from corporate and government in my free time.


Only I can save it.


3. Lee should have been Top Chef.

When I’m not saving the world wide web, I cook. In fact I am so good at it that I should have won a competition I never entered.

If I weren't already so cool I would Photoshop myself into this picture


4. Lee should avoid discussing Christian Theology.

Well… It’s not really my area of expertise.


5. Lee should pass on picking S.F. police chief.

Not a bad idea, since this is the first I have heard about it.


6. Lee should coach the New York Knicks.

This is probably an even worse idea than picking the S.F police chief.

I don't know the first thing about netball


7. Lee should “Shut His Face”.

If I were a man, this would be excellent advice for my Foot-in-Mouth disease.


8. Lee should date Sakura.

I would consider the Naruto character.

Sakura Naruto
Dating an Anime character would be almost as awesome as having a unicorn


9. Lee should stay in Texas.

And then I wouldn’t have to pretend I’m a cowgirl, I could actually be one.


10.  Lee should clarify comments on Islam Jamiyah.

I probably said something because of my Foot-in-Mouth disease and now I need to explain what I meant.


So that’s it: I am a politically incorrect, superhero with hidden musical talents and I should live in Texas.


Lee Should…


My latest obsession is Ramen.

And I have lost interest in garage pies and sandwiches so it’s now my standard lunch.

My fascination with Ramen started a few years back when I was watching about 17 hours of Naruto a day. Naruto loves Ramen. Naruto is also a ninja and that means he is automatically more cool than anyone else. This means Ramen has to be awesome even though I am still not entirely sure what it actually is.

Little Ninja eating Ramen

And when I go to a Japanese restaurant I eat sushi. End of story. So I have limited education on this subject.

Ramen looks like this

But the Asian store with cheap tofu has a shelf of Ramen. Packet Ramen that cooks in two minutes. Maybe. There are no English cooking instructions on the Ramen, so there is a chance I’m eating half-cooked Ramen. But if you lift the flap where the plastic seals you can find English ingredients. These vary from bits-o-squid (I don’t buy this flavour) to seaweed (I will eat seaweed) and dehydrated bacon (not so sure about this). And then, while it’s nuking in the microwave you can find the warning ‘Super Spicy!’. This is announced in small print, but sounds triumphant to me. It’s a weak claim.

The Ramen I eat

My major concern with packet-Ramen is that it contains the following:

Sodium – 35g

Flavouring – containing 1000mg of sodium

Noodles – containing more sodium

So it’s not that nutritious and this confirms that ninjas don’t get their speed, agility and awesomeness from packet Ramen. And neither do I.

I’m still obsessed with Ramen though. I think about it for about an hour a day before I get up to prepare it. And early week Ramen is the best because I have several packets to choose from and I love making lunch decisions. Thursdays are not so great.

And just like that it finds its way onto my bucket list. I have to eat real Ramen before I die. Like Naruto does. Because it looks awesome. And it is less likely to give me a heart-attack.