Ode to a Cheez Doodle is a poem written by Nate Wright. It shows his love for Cheez Doodles, his favorite snack. He wrote it in English Class. Which was printed twice.

Lyrics

I search the grocery store in haste, (This was in Big Nate: In A Class By Himself)

To find that sweet lip-smacking taste.

And there it is, in aisle nine.

It's just a dollar thirty-nine.

A bag of doodles most delicious,

Check the label: They're nutritious!

And do you know how satisfied

I feel while munching doodles fried?

I savor each bright orange curl,

Until it seems I just might hurl.

Their praises I will always sing.

Cheez Doodles are my everything.


The following is another version, the lesser-known version, from a 1991 comic.

I search the grocery store in haste.

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My goal: a cheesy, crunchy taste.

I find it, deep in aisle nine,

For just a dollar thirty-nine.

A bag of doodles made of cheese,

My appetite, a sweet disease.

My friends and teachers tell me that (This was from a comic arc in 1998)

I'm eating saturated fat.

But they know not how satisfied

I feel while munching doodles fried.

I savor each bright orange curl,

Until it seems I just might hurl,

Their praises I will always sing.

Cheez Doodles, they're my everything.

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