Today's Word of the Day means...
The head; the mind: Most of the fellows running television today are sick in the noodle (1914+)verb
[origin unknown; the ''play around'' senses perhaps influenced by doodle; noddle in the noun sense is found by 1579]
A stupid person; fool; simpleton •Still predominantly British: Something that noodle at Interior might reflect on
[1753+; origin unknown; perhaps fr noodle the food, fr German nudel, because of its limp and wormlike connotations]
a cooked egg-and-flour paste prominent in European and Oriental cuisine, generally distinguished from other pasta (q.v.) by its elongated, ribbonlike form. Noodles are commonly used to add body and flavour to broth soups. They are commonly boiled or sauteed and served with sauces and meats or baked in casseroles.