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  • Murbs 18 Apr 2006 10:42:17 22,583 posts
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    Blue corn tortilla chips and a tub of guacamole for me please.
  • JackThompsonsAnArse 18 Apr 2006 10:50:43 1,441 posts
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    My 'crisp' eating days were over when I moved over here:

    where the fuck are the ketchup flavoured Doritos?

    Ghey.
  • Boof 18 Apr 2006 11:03:42 418 posts
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    Pickled onion monster munch
  • tombo 18 Apr 2006 11:34:08 2,100 posts
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    Tom-Toms and Space Raiders were the thing to eat in Junior school. 5p a packet eff-tee-doubleyou

    Edited by tombo at 11:34:00 18-04-2006
  • chupachups 10 Jun 2006 17:06:35 119 posts
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    Bunda wrote:
    Furbs wrote:
    Does anyone remember those Fish and Chips (this'll confuse Toonster) flavour crisps? Of course they never tasted of that.
    In the States, when with fish, French fries are always called chips also. I dunno why, but it is a little confusing.

    It's sort of similar in Britain, chips are always "chips" unless they're served in an american context (for example at McDonalds) in which case they become "fries".
  • Dirtbox 10 Jun 2006 17:07:37 79,191 posts
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    Chips are shit. 50p for a quarter of a salted potato? Sod off.

    +1 / Like / Tweet this post

  • faux-C 10 Jun 2006 17:08:13 9,636 posts
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    Tyrells Asparagus and Crushed Black Pepper FTW!
  • chupachups 10 Jun 2006 17:14:42 119 posts
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    Dirtbox wrote:
    Chips are shit. 50p for a quarter of a salted potato? Sod off.

    Sounds like an extreme version of those "salt n shake" crisps smiths used to make, only this would be "chop n fry n salt n shake".
  • Deleted user 10 June 2006 17:27:21
    faux_carnation wrote:
    Tyrells Asparagus and Crushed Black Pepper FTW!
    I tried them the other day - can't say I could define the 'asparagus' flavour in there at all. A bit expensive too. I think if you're going to have 'wanky' crisps you can't go wrong with their vegetable crisps. :)
  • lucky_jim 10 Jun 2006 17:27:42 5,350 posts
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    Seabrook crisps FTW! Ah, as a student I must've eaten several times my own bodyweight in Seabrook crisps when I was living in Hull, the only thing I regretted about returning south was the absence of Seabrook crisps.

    I was pretty surprised when I read this thread and realised I'd forgotten Seabrook's name. A few google searches later, and I discovered that you can get them mail-order from their painfully incomplete website. Yaaaaay! \o/
  • faux-C 10 Jun 2006 18:03:49 9,636 posts
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    Owen-B wrote:
    faux_carnation wrote:
    Tyrells Asparagus and Crushed Black Pepper FTW!
    I tried them the other day - can't say I could define the 'asparagus' flavour in there at all. A bit expensive too. I think if you're going to have 'wanky' crisps you can't go wrong with their vegetable crisps. :)

    The vegetable crisps are beautiful as well. Have you tried the smoked salmon flavour? basically prawn cocktail but nicer. all a bit ridiculous but great nonetheless. as for the price, they were a sponsor at Hay, and as I was a steward = free crisps!

    if unwanky is a criteria then Frazzles FTW!

    EDIT: I sound like a moron, sorry!

    Edited by faux_carnation at 18:04:27 10-06-2006
  • merovingian 10 Jun 2006 18:13:30 144 posts
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    Nah, you sound like someone who likes crisps!

    For me, it's Frazzles, Smoky Bacon Wheat Crispies, Pickled Onion Space Raiders (or Monster Munch) - but only from back in the day when they made your eyes bleed, S'n'V Squares, Ready Salted Walkers, or Cheese Hula Hoops.

    There used to be a NikNaks flavour I really liked but I can't remember what it is, and they don't do it anymore.

    Anyone remember Wickers?

    Or were they called Waffles?




    No, no, they were Wickers.



    Oh, oh, and Sky Divers!

    Edited by merovingian at 18:13:27 10-06-2006
  • tengu 8 May 2007 19:54:54 10,294 posts
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  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    T-Bone Steak flavoured Roysters.

    I'm now contemplating going over the road getting some, some twiglets and a big bag of pork scratchings then sitting down for an evening of no-brainer effects laden films with beer and Easter eggs.

    I fully expect to be dead by morning.
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Salt and Vinegar crisps are awful. Anything that makes you screw up your face like a bulldog licking piss off a nettle cant be good.

    Although Salt and Vinegar Square Crisps are ok (not as good as the cheese and onion ones though).
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Does anyone remember those Fish and Chips (this'll confuse Toonster) flavour crisps? Of course they never tasted of that.
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Burtons made the Fish and Chips ones, and also did Chicken and Chips (which IIRC tasted the same).
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Does anyone still eat Skips? I havent had one of them in years, but they were all the rage in the day.
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Freaky. Its a sign. Right, to the shops I go. I just hope Indian proprietors of traditional corner shops do not follow easter bank holiday traditions.
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    +1 and I dont like Pepperami
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Meat shouldnt have the texture of being left out in the sun when you take it out of the packet. Thats my one rule on meat products.
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Mission accomplished:
    2x Cheese and Onion Square Crisps
    2x T-Bone Steak
    1x Scampi Flavour Fries (Smiths)
    1x Bacon Flavour Fries (Ditto)

    Now just need to decide what film.
  • Furbs 14 Jun 2007 22:45:51 45,699 posts
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    Well the ones they had didnt seem to have much of a salt/fat lining to them so I passed and got the Fries instead. Cant be doing with pork scratchings without a 5mm layer of salted fat.

    Pike, theres no meat in those flavours. Anyone would think you were a pinko treehugger.

    Edited by Furbs at 19:36:03 17-04-2006
  • Deleted user 8 November 2008 18:45:53
    I see Monster Munch now have their original monsters back.
  • Deleted user 8 November 2008 18:46:35
    ...and all is good in the world again.
  • ecu 8 Nov 2008 18:48:28 77,312 posts
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    Anyone tried Walkers Smoky Bacon recently? I don't know what they've done to them, but they're awful.
  • Deleted user 8 November 2008 18:50:15
    yay monsters

    EDIT: They're also back to their original big size, rather than the piddly little ones of recent.
  • Bloodloss 8 Nov 2008 18:51:12 4,499 posts
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    No the fuckers don't. They still haven't brought back Spaghetti sauce flavour. GRRRRRR!
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