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Bollocks, they're not that good, thats just laziness from the manufacturer not to put the salt on the crisps.

I love Wheat Crunchies, Skips, Space Raiders, Pickled Onion Monster Munch!!!

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12 minutes ago, Thomas Shelby said:

Lays crisps (american) are the best bar none.

Walkers then!!!

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7 minutes ago, Thomas Shelby said:

Lays crisps (american) are the best bar none.

Lays/Walkers = same company. another fine example of classless corporate yanks, Buying the best of British, and trying to claim it as their own.Those Americans really dont have much class or style. Or history or culture, Always copying the British model.The walkers brand will eventually disappear of British shop shelves, Replaced by Lay's. Fuck American corporatism, Fuck corporatism, and the sad people who buy into it. Still we will take the money, they bring into our economy, Especially them visiting London, Buckingham Palace ETC. They really are jealous of us Brits.They are also mostly fat. Fuck em anyhow, And the corporatism, and corruption they thrive on. Along with the EU. British is best.

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Had a packet of scotch bonnet crisps off my son, ASDA home brand, They take some beating, Proper spicy

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On 02/11/2016 at 8:51 PM, boro_boy said:

Bollocks, they're not that good, thats just laziness from the manufacturer not to put the salt on the crisps.

I love Wheat Crunchies, Skips, Space Raiders, Pickled Onion Monster Munch!!!

Pickled Onion monster munch is a good shout.

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