The images on the bags make me want to start a sandwich shop that puts potato chips on all its sandwiches. It won’t be an additional topping with a fee attached. It’ll be a standard thing, like anti-lock brakes and airbags in cars. If you don’t want chips on your sandwich, you could say, “Hold the chips.” But then I’ll say, “If you don’t want chips on your sandwich, then go to the Subway across the street.” There are SOOOO MANY Subway locations in this country. Oh, I would also serve the sandwich with a side of chips (also standard) and offer bread that has potato chips baked into it. Although, I’m pretty sure someone has already done this. (Spotted by Tiffany at Whole Foods.)
This makes me miss Dutch Apple Pop-Tarts. Google it, kids. They were awesome. Well, I guess I’ll have to settle for this. (Spotted by @TheJoshCatlett at Walmart.)
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A Chocolatey Churro Pop-Tart sounds good, but I wish this was a Churro Pop-Tart instead. It sounds like I’m complaining, but I’m not. Okay, I am. Maybe I love cinnamon, sugar, and fried dough, and don’t want it to be tainted with chocolate. Maybe its “Chocolatey Churro” because Kellogg’s can’t make a regular Churro Pop-Tart. Am I calling out Kellogg’s? Yes, I am. And if there are regular Churro Pop-Tarts in the near future, you can thank me. (Spotted by @TheJoshCatlett at Walmart.)
This seems like something already in Ball Park’s franks lineup, but I think I’m confusing it with its regular cheese franks. Also, I think it would be funny it there was an “oops” version of cheese franks where the cheese is on the outside and the meat is on the inside. Of course, those would be impossible to heat up without all the cheese separating or melting from the meat. Unless Ball Park’s parent company, Tyson Foods, can figure out a way to make grillable cheese. (Spotted by RaveGyrl at Meijer.)