The chips contain the bittersweet flavor of Guinness Stout, as well as the salty starchy goodness of thick-cut and hand-cooked chips. The chips are available in Original Guinness Flavor and Rich Beef Chilli. Chilli’s very Irish too.
Pringles, the potato-like chips that we eat by the cylinder, are being released in a few new holiday flavors to help celebrate or ruin Christmas… depending on how you feel about these.
The chip cans that you’ll be getting your hand stuck in this year… Milk Chocolate Covered Chips, Cinnamon & Sugar, Pecan Pie, Cinnamon Sugar Tortillas, and White Chocolate. Try to have a Merry Christmas.
Pringles cans… they’re not just for getting your hand stuck in them. Artist Akihiro Morohoshi uses the deadly hand traps as a base for his beautiful railway dioramas.
Only part of a series of railways set in ephemeral townscapes, Morohoshi also builds these extraordinary scenes upon gumball machines, matchboxes and electric guitars.
When you finally get your hand released from the can, perhaps you can create your very own Pringles Ring.
All it takes is the aforementioned Pringles, an abundance of patience, and some free time. If you have a job that you need to get to, we suggest calling in sick — it may take a while. The man will understand, when they see your potato chip masterpiece.
Hey, you… Yeah, you with the Pringles can stuck on your hand. There’s a new contraption that’ll help make your chip-dispensing that much easier — without having to reach into the narrow hand-trap.
Entrex is sort of like a potato chip shoe horn, that will slide down that can and conveniently retrieve those elusive chips. The Entrex also comes in an array of colors, and fits around your tin until needed. Happy chip-horning.