'Pringles Etiquette – Do they have a ‘get out of bowl’ free card?' blog discussion

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  • thebigboshthebigbosh Forumite
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    shove the bowl, wrap your mouth around the end of the tube and munch until you feel very sorry for yourself!
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  • alwaysonthego_2alwaysonthego_2 Forumite
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    thebigbosh wrote: »
    shove the bowl, wrap your mouth around the end of the tube and munch until you feel very sorry for yourself!
    It could be romantic if the top and bottom was removed and your loved one got on the other end and you could both munch simultaneously whilst gazing into one anothers eyes. I think that sounds a bit wrong so I'll shut up :eek:
  • JimmyTheWigJimmyTheWig Forumite
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    MSE_Martin wrote: »
    if I was doign that I really should be writing about "my favourite flights"
    The freebies probably wouldn't include taxes, so would have been better moneysaving to have done this before today!

    As to the pringles, in the tube. No question.
  • Eric_PischEric_Pisch Forumite
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    damn Pringles damn them all

    why is impossible to stop eating them once you start :mad:

    oh and a bowl for posh company
  • RegshoeRegshoe Forumite
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    It could be romantic if the top and bottom was removed and your loved one got on the other end and you could both munch simultaneously whilst gazing into one anothers eyes. I think that sounds a bit wrong so I'll shut up :eek:

    Like some modern E-Number packing, saturated fat laden Lady and the Tramp?

    As for the tubes being an appropriate delivery method - I'm not so sure - I don't have particularly large hands but I find it a bit of a squeeze getting my hand all the way in ;) (and if you tip the tube you risk a catastropic spillage event to rival BP).
  • mattytunmattytun Forumite
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    i dont eat them because they are bl00dy addictive :rotfl:
    Can't sleep, quit counting sheep and talk directly to the shepherd :cool:
  • hecatehhecateh Forumite
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    Serve them in the long narrow dishes that I bought solely for serving up garlic bread. They work just as well for Pringles but the Pringles disappear even quicker than the GB
  • Ann1eAnn1e Forumite
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    Damn! I can't eat anything, let alone Pringles. Had dental surgery at the weekend and can only eat soft things! I really like Pringles too!

    As to serving, they can look quite nice laid out in a circle, a bit like a prawn ring. However, having just Googled (how sad am I?) Pringles images, there are no pics. I do recall trying it myself at a party, but if there are broken ones, it does kind of mess up the general effect. Besides, as soon as folk start eating them, the pattern's spoiled anyway!

    Keep them in the tube - you could always decorate the tube! Size-wise, there not that much bigger than Doritos and they look fine in a bowl, and they're easier to get at (as I believe someone else has pointed out)!

    I do apologise, I really can't do much except sit around, popping pain killers, hence this really random post!
    Ooh, I've gotta little star! What's that for then?!!
  • sassysarsassysar Forumite
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    I love crisps but I dont really like pringles. Am I the only person on the planet? To me they are the crisp equivalent of smash!
  • Running_HorseRunning_Horse Forumite
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    I don't care how you serve them as long as you promise not to call them chips.

    They're crisps in this country, not ****ing chips.
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