Imagine a modeling career here in the Utica, Rome, and Syracuse area as a spaghetti model. The pasta-bilities are endless.

Before you read any further on what qualifications you would need, like do you have a good mouth or fingers to work the fork with spaghetti, we are going to break your heart. A spaghetti model has nothing to do with actual pasta. It's all a sham....Well, it's helpful, but a big old bowl of disappointment.

Spaghetti models is the nickname given to the computer models that show potential tropical cyclone paths.

When shown together, the individual model tracks can somewhat resemble strands of spaghetti noodles, hence the coining of this term! In short, spaghetti models give you a way to see where a tropical storm or hurricane may head."

So no meatballs, no noodles, no angel hair....just weather.

How did this author even find this term? Thanks to a story:

Spaghetti models are useful, if not delicious. Spaghetti models can serve to give you an early heads up as to where a future tropical storm or hurricane may head. So obviously very helpful in Upstate New York. I would imagine an actual human model modeling spaghetti would be more useful in New York.

I can't begin to describe my pure disappointment learning the truth. I thought for once, I have a calling. I love pasta, this job is for me. No, this job is not for me. My whole life is a lie.

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The School of Art at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica is seeking fine art models. So what does modeling include? Modeling for the School of Art involves posing, nude or semi-nude. Semi-nude refers to wearing a bathing suit (bikini for women, Speedo for men).

These models will be used for figure classes in both the Community Arts Education and PrattMWP college programs. You can read more here, even if it's not spaghetti related.

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