This kid in red (his name rhymes with snot)...he didn't even have a bag of instant noodle snacks. He just wanted to steal some thunder from the others (you'll be seeing more of him soon):
Alright children, move to the front of the class and show me the mone...err, show me the noodles (there he is again, the boy whose name rhymes with snot--he's holding up his school bag as if it were a bag of noodles; the funny thing is, I've never seen him before and he's not even in my class)!
The aftermath: my poor garbage can has to take on so much punishment in my classroom to the point where garbage would overflow onto the floor and under my desk. Everyday my garbage can seems to move to a new location, away from this notorious corner. Sometimes it's near the door. Another time it's smack dab in the middle of the classroom. Maybe the ajuma who cleans the campus is trying to tell me something? Who knows, I just move it back to the corner anyways! "Let's play garbage basketball today, children"--Muhahaha!
Side notes: South Korea consumes the most instant noodles per capita at 69 packs per year on average, followed by Indonesia at 55, and Japan at 42.