Monday, March 30, 2009

"potato" chips


Look, it's not like potatoes are really expensive. Maybe they are implying that after reconstituting them as chips these are no longer recognizable as potatoes... Thanks, Evan.

7 comments:

Elexina said...

To be fair, though, if they're made out of foxes then they are "potato" chips. ;)

RandomCrazy said...

Fox families count as potatoes right?

Guys??...

Buffy said...

If it said potato "chips", then they'd be Pringles.

WV--obitra: the first thing I look at in the newspaper.

Me said...

Makes me think of that line in Orwell's novel '1984' -- "Looks like meat, tastes like meat, it isn't meat at all!" Now that's truly when quote marks should be used -- something like tinned "meat" product.

deckardcanine said...

They're yams.

WV: shaps = Engrish shops.

Dustin McCormick said...

Unless they had another grammatical error and Fox was supposed to be Faux (in which case "potato" might make sense)!

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