go noodle around

Hi, Kuen: You should use "go noodle" or "go and noodle," or just "noodle." The same would be true if you for "play the piano." You could say "go play the piano," "go and play the piano," or just "play the piano." We use "go V-ing" in fairly set expressions: "go hunting," "go fishing," "go shopping," "go surfing," "go running." Those expressions are generally used with outdoor activities that can be the sole focus of an outing. The construction never has a direct object: you can "go walking," but you can't "go walking the dog." When in doubt, don't use that construction. "Go and [verb]" works with just about most verb phrases in the simple present tense. For example, one can "go and walk the dog."

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