July 8th, 2017 09:47 EST
Pringles Announces limited Top Ramen-flavored Chips! Marriage Made in Hell!
"Canned potato chip brand Pringles has teamed up with Japan`s Nissin Top Ramen for an exclusive ramen-flavored chip.
The collaborative Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor Pringles will be available exclusively at Dollar General stores for a limited time beginning at the end of July.
`Pringles flavorologists worked closely with Nissin to pop the top on a classic noodle dish and bring the fan-favorite Top Ramen Chicken Flavor to life on a Pringles crisp,` Pringles said in a press release. `The result - a crisp that tastes like Nissin Top Ramen Chicken Flavor right out of the bowl.`
The unusual chips will also retail at a special price of $1.50 per package, in reference to ramen`s reputation as a thrifty meal."
Top Ramen is a prison staple and an integral pat of the diet of starving college students.
Top Ramen is the most popular item in the prison canteen, convicts know a thousand and one ways to prepare the instant noodles. Ladies, if your new boyfriend salivates over the Top Ramen in your pantry, he`s an ex-con, and next thing he will be looking at your brother with lust in his eyes.
When college kids blow their discretionary income on weed and pizza, they will hit their stash of Top Ramen. Every college dorm room has a bong, condoms, a laptop and a stash of Top Ramen.
I`ve never been incarcerated and Top Ramen wasn`t popular when I was in college, but there`s been a few times in my life when I`ve been down and out, and I`ve resorted to eating Top Ramen.
Pringles don`t have the texture or flavor of potato chips, they taste like Styrofoam and you have to slather them with hot sauce or ketchup they make them edible. Top Ramen-flavored Pringles is a snack that only Satan himself would enjoy, even inmates and college students wouldn`t defile themselves by eating this abomination.
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