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Man’s ramen freezes mid-air in viral TikTok video

Frozen ramen viral TikTok video
via @voicesofjake

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    A TikToker has recently gone viral for attempting to eat ramen in the frigid outdoors.

    An eight-second clip uploaded on Dec. 27, 2022, shows content creator Jake Fischer (@voicesofjake) standing outdoors with a bowl of ramen. He playfully tells his followers that he went outside “to eat some ramen” and that “it got a little too cold.”

    @voicesofjake Ramen has cooled.. 🥶 @Clueless Bushcraft ♬ original sound – NotJakeFischer

    Fischer can be seen letting go of his fork to show his noodles frozen in place. Meanwhile, his hair, beard and eyelashes are covered in frost.

    He did not mention where he filmed his video, but in a previous TikTok video, he wrote about being in Minnesota.

    The short video went viral, garnering more than 25.6 million views and 1.7 million likes on TikTok and over 42 million views and 1.2 million likes on Instagram.

    In his video’s caption, Fischer noted that TikToker @cluelessbushcraft also uploaded a video showing how extremely low temperatures can freeze a bowl of ramen in a few minutes.

    @cluelessbushcraft Reply to @nuxirs It was Negative 15 Degrees Fahrenheit with Negative 32 degrees Fahrenheit wind chills during the filming of this video. #ramen #cold ♬ original sound – Clueless Bushcraft

    Several TikTok users found Fischer’s video hilarious and were quick to comment on his post.

    “I didn’t know you were chill like that,” one user wrote.

    “What kind of mascara do you use?” another user commented.

    “Dude you need to chill out that was a hot take,” another user said.

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