Step 6: When you're done, put everything in the sink and hope your roommate takes care of it.
Top Ramen is one of the most amazing things I have ever seen; so yummy yet so cheap. I'm in college, I don't have to resources to boil a pot of water to make my favorite soup, so I looked for an alternative. With some ingenuity and your everyday dorm microwave you can now have you own oriental cuisine any time you want.
Step 1: Measure out 2 cups of water into your bowl of choice.
Use Pyrex because it won't explode when you put it in the microwave, unlike styrofoam, foil, or hamsters. Oh, and make sure you have the ramen too. Some people will say that using the "ramen-noodle-in-a-cup-with-vegetables" variety is easier since you only have to boil the water. Noodles in a cup are for wusses. And besides, why would you want vegetables in your noodles? It ruins the whole premise.