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No, this not a satirical news story made by the Onion, this is real. Lays will be rolling out a new chocolate covered wavy potato chips next week. 

 

Read the Full Story Here

 

 http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/10/31/lays-potato-chips-chocolate-covered/3324377/?csp=fbfanpage

 

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What the hell!?!

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What the hell!?!

 

LMAO

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It doesn't sound good at all. Chips + chocolate = bad. Try eating Reeses' after eating Doritos... not good at all.

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Obamacare will come in handy for those binge eat these afterwards :laugh:

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Yeah, that is what all the disgusting obese people of America need. More carbs on our carbs. Yay!

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whaaaaaaaaaat?

 

It reminds me of a friend of mine, that once ate a steak covered with a thick layer of Nutella (about 10 years ago),

just to prove he could do it.

Well, he did it, but he didn't like it at all.

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Meh, I don't see this going over well... but then again, I may be wrong.

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Meh, I don't see this going over well... but then again, I may be wrong.

 

It happens...  Weird people eat pizza with ketchup on it...  and other weird food they eat that we haven't seen.. lol

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Yuck!

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Meh, I don't see this going over well... but then again, I may be wrong.

I don't think we guys are the primary target audience for these - it's likely aimed at chocoholic females like my wife. She'd eat a bicycle tire if it were chocolate coated :/

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I don't think we guys are the primary target audience for these - it's likely aimed at chocoholic females like my wife. She'd eat a bicycle tire if it were chocolate coated :/

 

Yikes.

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I have eatin lays wavy potatoe chips with chocolae before. I was hungry one time and had some chips and eat chocolate with it since its all I had. It is freaken disgusting those 2 combinations together.

Lays does not care for it to taste good or not. why? because it says limited edition and they want everoyne to to try it ( millions of people ) and they dont care if you dont like it or not cause they got millions to buy it and since its limited edition it will just be pullled off the shelf. its a quick money maker for them.

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Worse enough those flavored Lays they had months ago. I seem to recall waffles flavor or something like that.

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I don't think we guys are the primary target audience for these - it's likely aimed at chocoholic females like my wife. She'd eat a bicycle tire if it were chocolate coated :/

Better not have adult fun with your wife and cover your sausage down there with chocolate one night. She will bite and eat it right off :ike:

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I'm doubting they'll just take normal lays chips and throw chocolate on them. They'll likely make a special batch of chips and coat them. I'll probably buy some to try them, usually don't eat chips too much.

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yea you are probably right Grinch maybe a diff type of chip with not so much salt with the chocolate. I will probably try them too.

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how that any different than bread + chocolate ?

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'MURICA!

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My lord, just... no.

 

Salt and sugar don't mix. AT ALL. Proof: try eating a burger made up of two Krispy Kreme donuts and tell me with a straight face that the mix of oily salt and sweet tastes good.

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My lord, just... no.

 

Salt and sugar don't mix. AT ALL. Proof: try eating a burger made up of two Krispy Kreme donuts and tell me with a straight face that the mix of oily salt and sweet tastes good.

 

I'd argue that a hamburger and a potato chip are vastly different in both taste and texture.

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My lord, just... no.

Salt and sugar don't mix. AT ALL. Proof: try eating a burger made up of two Krispy Kreme donuts and tell me with a straight face that the mix of oily salt and sweet tastes good.

That's known as a Luther Burger, which is attributed to being created by the late singer Luther Vandross. Mulligan's in Decatur, Georgia was the first to serve them. Now Krispy Kreme and a few other stores sell them - a marketing success and only ~1,500 calories each.

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Anyone help me ordering the truckload of the chips so they will be shipped to Boo Berry's house...

 

heheheheh.

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Worse enough those flavored Lays they had months ago. I seem to recall waffles flavor or something like that.

 

Chicken and waffles. I found them quite nasty, but the cheesy garlic bread ones were pretty good.

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Anyone help me ordering the truckload of the chips so they will be shipped to Boo Berry's house...

 

heheheheh.

Evil.

 

If I see them, I might pick up a bag to try them. However I have very low expectations.

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