Your favourite brand of crisps

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Favourite crisp brand

1. Smiths
2
6%
2. Walkers
5
15%
3. Seabrooks
7
21%
4. Lays
7
21%
5. Brannigans
2
6%
6. Burtons
0
No votes
7. Golden Wonder
2
6%
8. Roysters
1
3%
9. O'Malleys
0
No votes
10. Tyrell's
5
15%
11. Taytos
1
3%
12. KP
2
6%
 
Total votes: 34

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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby gash’s trollish obsession » 23 Oct 2016, 12:53

Belle Lettre wrote:Kettle Chips


No, too hard.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Jimbo » 23 Oct 2016, 12:53

Potato chips and milk.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Belle Lettre » 23 Oct 2016, 12:54

Valerie Bingleton wrote:Not keen on 'Across The Universe' crisps, you two? They sort of sit there limply for five minutes before dissolving with a sort of flowery final flourish.

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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Phil T » 23 Oct 2016, 13:49

I love these, but only when they're on special offer - which isn't very often.
Otherwise, they are ridiculously expensive. :(
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Deebank » 23 Oct 2016, 14:24

Much as I also hate the Walkers hegemony I hope you are all voting for Peoples' Hero Gary Lineker in the National TV awards (whatever the fuck that is).
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby gash’s trollish obsession » 23 Oct 2016, 14:36

I was until I'd tried these fucking sandwich flavours - Bacon and Tomato yes, the rest nein danke.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby DRUGS SNAKE » 23 Oct 2016, 15:07

Cucumber and salad cream FUCK'S SAKE
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Deebank » 23 Oct 2016, 15:25

Valerie Bingleton wrote:Cucumber and salad cream FUCK'S SAKE


I think it's cucumber, salad cream and cheese.
Nasty. They're all nasty those new 'sandwich' flavours.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby gash’s trollish obsession » 23 Oct 2016, 15:25

Terrible yeah?
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby borofan » 23 Oct 2016, 16:05

Aren't Walkers and Lays exactly the same product, with different branding for different territories?
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Moleskin » 23 Oct 2016, 16:08

Valerie Bingleton wrote:TESCO own-brand are my favourites now. Pulled pork crisps, I saw today!

Tudor were the crisp of choice when I was a lad. Wonderful brand. Hot dog and mustard! lamb and mint sauce! pickled onion!

I went for Seabrooks and Brannigans here. I hate Walkers and agree with Gradual.


Those pulled pork crisps are diabolical.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby jl » 23 Oct 2016, 16:27

I associate Walkers with train journeys so much that the tastes and smells overlap in my mind. Whenever I pick up one I think I can smell diesel and see bored faces. Also because our primary school was so skint in the 90s, they force fed us on them so they could get the 'free books for schools' tokens. And they wonder why child obesity happens.

Those old crinkle-cut Seabrooks packets were the only crisps the tiny old shop in my Nanna's village used to sell, so they have the nostalgia value but they were pretty tasteless.

You can see from the above that I'm not a massive lover of crisps. I have Kettle bags occasionally but I don't seek them out.

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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Darkness_Fish » 25 Oct 2016, 10:09

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"Fiddler's" seems an unfortunate brand name, but these crisp are the business.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Phil T » 25 Oct 2016, 12:45

borofan wrote:Aren't Walkers and Lays exactly the same product, with different branding for different territories?


Yeah, all owned by Pepsi's parent corporation.

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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Snarfyguy » 26 Oct 2016, 14:31

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Sounds weird, but it works.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby sloopjohnc » 26 Oct 2016, 16:38

Snarfyguy wrote:Image

Sounds weird, but it works.


I've been thinking of trying those.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Jimbo » 26 Oct 2016, 16:55

Nori-salt chips are not my favorite but they're enormously popular here.

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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Dr Markus » 26 Oct 2016, 17:42

Walkers or McCoys for me. The ultimate test is how good they are to make sandwiches with.
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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Hugh » 26 Oct 2016, 18:30

The Great DeFector wrote:Walkers or McCoys for me. The ultimate test is how good they are to make sandwiches with.


You're better off with two slices of bread.

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Re: Your favourite brand of crisps

Postby Snarfyguy » 26 Oct 2016, 19:15

sloopjohnc wrote:
Snarfyguy wrote:Image

Sounds weird, but it works.


I've been thinking of trying those.

Most of the novelty varieties that have been hitting the stands lately (I think they're Lays, like southern style sausage & biscuits or whatever) are crap, but these things are the BOMB, I'm telling you.
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