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 PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:44 am Reply with quote  
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  Darth Skuldren
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So I was eating lunch and thinking to myself "You know, my favorite chip has to be Doritos." And then I got to wondering what other people's favorite chips might be...so voila! We have a thread, which can later on be transitioned to other snacks, but first, let's conquer chips.

My favorite chip would have to be Doritos, and from there I can narrow it down to three flavors: Cool Ranch, Spicy, and Nacho Cheese. Now Spicy is pretty good, and Cool Ranch is even better, but for the very best, I'm going to with Nacho Cheese for its versatility. The Nacho Cheese flavor is good with dips, salsa, or plain. For me, it's my absolute fav.

So, what is your favorite chip?
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 PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:48 am Reply with quote  
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Kettle chips honey dijon, the longest any one bag has lasted is about 4 hours.

Honorary mention has to goto Munchos. Smile


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Well I'll definitely put Doritos up there, especially Nacho Cheese and Cool Ranch. You can't really go wrong with those, especially for things like parties.

As for just general snacking I think I usually go with either Pringles Original or TGIF Potatoe Skins (cheddar and bacon). In the past year I went with the TGIF chips since those were more readily available at the vending machines on campus.
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My favourite are Ruffles (or any rippled kind) and my favourite flavours are All-Dressed and Sour Cream and Onion. Blast it, Darth Skuldren, you made me hungry. Wink
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 PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 4:52 pm Reply with quote  
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Reepicheep wrote:
My favourite are Ruffles (or any rippled kind) and my favourite flavours are All-Dressed and Sour Cream and Onion. Blast it, Darth Skuldren, you made me hungry. Wink


Yeah maybe we should hide these responses with spoiler tags. Smile


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Doritos are awesome. Of late I have preferred the purple bag(sweet spicy chili I think).

Any kind of sour cream and onion chip(actually my local supermarkets own brand of them are better than any of the major brands).

Honey BBQ fritos are really good.

Maui Onion Kettle Chips, damn good(can't remember the brand though).


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Doritos Nacho Cheese all the way. Man, I really want some right now! Closely followed by Fritos and original Lays.
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Habenero Doritos, gotta be the best. Rare, but amazing. I will give a definite shoutout to Nacho cheese and spicy sweet chili and the sour cream and enchilada ones, but habanero is my favorite.
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BBQ Pringles... Mmmmmmmmmmmmm... Very Happy
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Salaris Vorn wrote:
TGIF Potatoe Skins (cheddar and bacon)


Those things are pure awesome! When ever I buy chips from a vending machine, I always check for those first. Very Happy

When it comes to Lay's potato chips, I like the wavy Au Gratin.
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Tim's jalapeno potato chips

mmmmmmmmmmm Very Happy


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Rafting- Funions all the way.

Any other time- Gummies- gummie any thing- and if you've lucky someday you'll learn the infamous "Gummy Bear tale"
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Ah, but is there anything quite like the power of a cheese-it? It's not really a chip, but too tasty to be a cracker.


The power of cheese...it's almost as strong as the Dark Side.
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Any other time- Gummies- gummie any thing- and if you've lucky someday you'll learn the infamous "Gummy Bear tale"


yes, gummies and candies ! ^^ I have sweet tooth lol.

Ikayaki !! yummmm ^^ If you don't know is grilled squid. more than anything else I love squid ! ^^
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Everytime I've ate squid it was tough and chewy. Never really cared for it.
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