The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
My thoughts exactly!
Um... I'd try those, seriously! Love potato chips, love ketchup... And I've been known to "thin" down salsa that's too hot with ketchup, haha. I'm a condiment nut. I even have a t-shirt that says: "got ketchup?" :D So you can see, I have to try them. Although, plain potato chips will always be the best. (Close second: salt & vinegar chips.) *sigh*Crap. Now I'm hungry.
Used to be a really popular favourite over here... I think that Walkers our main brand tend to reinvent the name but not the flavour over and over here. I love them.
Um, not uncommon in Canada. Interesting that they appeared in Texas, though!
Miz Minka, I love (some) chips, and I love ketchup, too...but together?! Noonie, to each her own I suppose! If so many people can't stand 'em, that just means there's more for you. :)Wing, so I was informed yesterday on IRC. I'd never seen them here before until yesterday. I still say EWWW!
Yeah, the Canadians have had this stuff for decades. I brought some back from Canada circa 2000 and my friends wouldn't try more than one. The way the Canadians tell it, it's the best thing ever.You should see the crap they have to put on popcorn at the movies. They're not satisfied with simple buttered popcorn. No, they have an array of powder shakers to ruin your popcorn with... like dill pickle powder. Its... disgusting.entertaining wv of the day: uptay!
I dunno, John. I like adulterating my popcorn! It's sometimes merely the vehicle for tasty flavors! Like garlic or parmesan...yum.
Ketchup chips = Fleh. So does Raisin soda, Dill Pickle chips and poutine. ;-)
Oh, BLARGH. I've suddenly lost my appetite for breakfast. ;)
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