Royster's T-bone steak crisps.



legend7

Midfield
Still crisps though aren't they. Find them on the shelves next to crisps.

Aye but still crisps


I eat wotsits in the shower like.
I know what he means like.
To me a crisp is just a thin flat slice of potato.
Not a corn snack or a recreated pringle type thing.
I mean I love most of them but don't class them all as crisps.
Oh and I hate square "crisps" they're minging.
Definitely not crisps
 
I know what he means like.
To me a crisp is just a thin flat slice of potato.
Not a corn snack or a recreated pringle type thing.
I mean I love most of them but don't class them all as crisps.
Oh and I hate square "crisps" they're minging.
Definitely not crisps

Technically yes, if it's not "naturally" occuring from being chopped off a tatey it's not a crisp.
But really what else are stuff like Pringles or Roysters?

Here mate, pass me a bag of them potato and rice based snacks
 

legend7

Midfield
Technically yes, if it's not "naturally" occuring from being chopped off a tatey it's not a crisp.
But really what else are stuff like Pringles or Roysters?

Here mate, pass me a bag of them potato and rice based snacks
Ah I know and yes they do come under the same generic snack banner even in my own vocabulary but I do think there needs to be a distinction between proper crisps and almost crisps.
Roysters are almost a crossover I'll give you that.
You get the odd bubbly crisp in a packet of walkers.
 
Roysters sandwich is a rare treat. Nice buttered bread filled with Roysters. You won't regret it.

I'll go back to the same shop tomorrow for another bag of cans and I'll get some bread and butter and more Roysters. If I regret it you can PayPal me the money for wasting the Roysters. I'll just keep the bread and butter because I can use it elsewhere
 

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