There once lived an udon chef and his wife. Though the two wanted children, they were unable to conceive (something was wrong with his noodle). In their loneliness they made a dough baby and named it Komugi. But then a competitive eater arrived at the store to take on their noodle challenge, and they placed Komugi in the oven in order to get to focus on their work. Long story short, the competitive eater almost lost, but in the end he came through with an amazing turnaround that was praised in the local newspaper and was the talk of the restaurant for months to come. Nine months, even.
At the end of the nine months, the udon couple were startled to hear a cry from the oven where they had forgotten their dough baby in all the excitement of TAKESHI OBAYASHI, 1998 WORLD CHAMPION PASTA-EATER. Anyhow, they opened the oven and were surprised to discover a beautiful, writhing baby girl! With a scream which started in terror and ended in delight, the couple cradled the child and then determined that she was maybe not ready yet, and put her back in for another 20-30 minutes until she was no longer sticky.
Komugi was just like any other human child growing up, except that her diet consisted mainly of starches and carbohydrates, and that her arms, legs, and hair were tentacle-y noodles. These noodles would continue to grow throughout her life and would occasionally need trimming to prevent her from tripping over herself or getting tangled. The noodle grows weak and numb the farther out it grows, so there's no advantage to keeping them at longer lengths except as a whipping appendage. Trimming can be done without any discomfort as long as it's done far enough away from the root. These trimmings have been approved as food grade material, but they are surprisingly tough and rubbery and don't stop moving for quite a while.
She's fairly dexterous with her noodle arms, but struggles with chopsticks, often dropping half her noodles on the floor when she eats. Her father bought her a fork to use, but being the udon daughter of an udon chef, she had very strong opinions about how udon should be eaten. She can move her hair like she does her arms and legs, but tries to keep it to a minimum in public since it frightens people. She also enjoys boiling hot baths, but if she soaks for too long, her skin becomes puffy and sensitive.
Her family also has a yakisoba dog named Dogpan. He was their attempt to make a second child, but uhhh I guess this is okay too. He's a good pupper.
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