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  1. #1
    Join Date: Aug 2010

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    I'm Shane.

    Default Walkers Crisps

    Right now I'm eating the prawn cocktail flavoured one....Yummy!

    What's your favourite flavour?

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    Join Date: Nov 2011

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    Can't go wrong with Cheese & Onion (even though Walker's are in the wrong colour bag)

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    Cheese and onion but why the feck did crisp manufacturers suddenly change the bags from the correct colour of green to, usually blue.... which should of course be salt and vinegar...

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    Depends on the time of day. Plain, cheese and onion and chicken are more of a 'breakfast' crisp wheras salt and vinegar and smokey bacon are a more post meridian snack.

    I also agree the bags are the wrong colour and that something should really be done about it.
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    Gotta be prawn cocktail. Worcester Sauce is nice too although I've not had them in a good while.

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    In the vending machine at work prawn cocktail always sell out last so you are in the minority.

    I really should look at buying the vending machine company. It must be doing really well since they can seemingly afford to leave the machine completely empty for weeks at a time.
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    Not a fan of Walkers in any flavour as they are too thin, greasy and not enough in the packet. I prefer a Kettle chip type, which are thicker, drier and crunchier. Sweet Chilli for me.

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    Eating a Cheese & Onion packet right now at 21:07pm.

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    mmm i like them got me hungry now
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    Now I'm heading for a Salted Vinegar packet!

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