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  • I'm more of a salty/savoury/spicy craver than a sweettooth. Did Dan Quail teach you how to spell Potato?
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  • Candy. I don't particularly like potato chips. I prefer tortilla chips or hot cheese snacks (like flaming hot cheetos) or a pringles type snack.
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  • I'd rather have chocolate, and it would have to be Green and Blacks organic dark chocolate, with ginger, or Lindt dark chocolate with orange pieces. On the crisp front, it would have to be Tyrells vegetable crisps, beetroot, parship, and sweet potato with Balsamic vinegar flavour. At this moment I'd choose the crisps as I fancy the salt, but must of the time I like chocolate.
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  • Candy, because there's nothing more hideous than "potato" with that horrible "e" on the end.
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  • candy lol
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  • chips 4 me
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  • When you say potato(e) chips I think you're talking about what we Brits call "crisps", "chips" in the UK are like french fries but usually thicker. In answer to your question; chips (or crisps!), salt'n'vinegar flavour. Do you get the same flavours in the US?
    • bostjan64
      Salt and vinegar crisps only became popular here in the USA a few years ago. Most potato crisps here are either plain salt falvour, tomato sauce flavour, or some sort of cheesy flavour that doesn't make use of any actual cheese. There are also BBQ - sort of a smoky brown sauce that I believe is starting to become somewhat popular in the UK nowadays, but was difficult to find just a couple years ago.
    • Professor Yaffle
      Not too different then. Originally we had plain, with a little blue bag of salt, later "ready salted" were introduced. For traditionalists (or grumpy old middle aged men like me) "ready salted", "salt'n'vinegar" & "cheese'n'onion" are the classic flavours but since the 70s beef, chicken, prawn cocktail, smokey bacon, tomato sauce, BBQ & numerous others have been introduced. Most don't have real flavouring, like your "cheese" flavour it is a chemical ingredient that tastes nothing like the flavour on the bag. I still prefer them to candy!
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    • Linda Joy
      My son ate salt and vinegar chips 25 years ago here in the States. I don't like sour, but I got them for him. They also come in pickle flavor We also have sour cream and onion flavor pizza flavor, loaded baked potato flavor, ranch, etc.
  • A very difficult choice, however, I'd rather eat candy as a snack
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  • i love sweet chocolates etc but really im a savoury person 1st ..popcorn is a favourite
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  • Chips.
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  • chips
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