A new dining experience in New York City is inviting people to a dinner party with strangers, but there's a twist: Clothing is not allowed. It's called the "fude dinner experience." Diners can enjoy "plant based cooking, art, nudity and self love."Anyone who's interested in attending has to fill out an application that includes questions like "are you comfortable being naked in front of others" and "do you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions?" It's $88 dollars a head.


Cup Noodles is expanding its flavors to include a breakfast option. The new, limited edition breakfast ramen has flavors of sausage, eggs, maple syrup, and pancakes. The flavor is currently available at Walmart for $1.39.

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