Wednesday, 20 May 2009

The Pringle Conspiracies

Once you pop, you just can't stop.

Pringles advertise the fact that their product contains an addictive substance. By stating it openly, they expect us to think that it's no big deal. We'll see what the government has to say when they're asked to fund Pringleholics Anonymous groups across the country.

This is the first conspiracy, which I've been aware of for some time. However, I have just discovered the true extent of their evil, via the BBC, of course.

The above article contains these shocking quotes...

"Potatoes make up 42% of the Pringles' ingredients."

"Pringles are more like a cake or a biscuit, it claimed, because they are manufactured from dough."

"Procter & Gamble insisted that their best-selling product was not similar to potato crisps, because of their "mouth melt" taste, "uniform colour" and "regular shape" which "is not found in nature."

I always knew that Pringles were unnatural.

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