I think there should be some sort of warning on these sharing bags - 'beware, you will find these irresistable'
Or just, 'Back away from the bag'.
So true - not once in our long acquaintance have you offered me a crisp.
No but you used to wolf all my Twiglets at break.
Well, that's your Christmas present sorted then.......
And very light for posting.
Yes , "That's such a big bag , I'll have the rest tomorrow " ... Really , what rest ?
Tomorrow never comes.
I've been left alone with a box of After Eights. A bag of Kettle Chips would be just the thing to counteract the sickly goo I have consumed.
What were they thinking?
I have always been able to resist sweets, pastires and cake, even before being diagnosed coeliac. Crisps are quite another thing. Imagine how hard it is a refuse an offered crisp because the coating has gluten!!!!!
I find middle class crisps are sold in increasingly larger bags these days, which is hardly playing the game. Upper middle class crisps (made of beetroot and parsnip) are packaged in safer quantities. Myself, I prefer the peasant potato.
I can only assume these are highly addictive.
They are, but oddly enough, have no coating of MSG.
I favour the Tyrells bags, beetroot, parsnip and carrot. With those I have to restrict myself to a small saucerful.
Sigh. Also - snap!
At the risk of sounding sad, it's Pringles (sour cream and onion, giant tubes, often BOGOF-ed) that does for me. The only form of self-restraint that works is not to buy any in the first place, never, ever......
Have you tried the ridged ones with salt and pepper? Ooooo...my downfall for several years.
I can't be left in a room alone with any crisps!!! lol!!! They *sigh* are no longer allowed to come through our front door and luckily DH doesn't like crisps at all!!! (can you imagine not liking crisps?)Hugs,Beth P