I like Pringle sandwiches! Do you?

Perth, Australia
January 16, 2016 5:17am CST
I have been the only person I know who likes to get BBQ flavoured Pringles, and make a sandwich out of them. Like literally put them in between 2 slices of buttered bread. I've never really told many people about it. Not because I'm worried what they will think but just because the subject hasn't come up but does that sound weird to you? Do you like to eat something that may sound odd to others?
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@TRBRocks420 (82461)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Jan 16
I love bbq chips sandwiches, pringle or any other brand lol. I sometimes add meat and, chips though, the first person, who taught me about them, was my Grandpa at the berry field.
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
I've never put meat to it before but that makes me curious! Did your Grandpa show you any other combination of foods to eat?
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@TRBRocks420 (82461)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 It's really good with bologna, also that meat that comes in a little can, you spread it on and, hmm I would have to think.
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@TRBRocks420 (82461)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Jan 16
@TRBRocks420 One other thing he showed me was mixing Pepsi and, dr pepper together lol pretty good though.
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@JudyEv (134565)
• Bunbury, Australia
16 Jan 16
Yes, it sounds weird to me! :) When we were in the UK almost every meal came with a small amount of potato chips on the plate.
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
lol Well I've seen that in movies actually but was Americans doing it.
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@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
13 Aug
Hang on a second, Judy and Dani... What Americans call chips and what the British call chips aren't the same thing! British 'chips' are potato wedges fried but not crispy. They are cooked until you get a wedge that 'feels' baked inside a crispy jacket. They are really tasty, too, though! Uhm... @Owlwings, how can I explain this better, please? Thank you!
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@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
13 Aug
@VivaLaDani13 @JudyEv What Americans call 'chips', British people call 'crisps'.
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@Daljinder (22171)
• India
8 May 16
No idea what Pringles is. If it is non-veg then I don't want to know it. lol I sometimes eat bread without butter or anything at all. Just out of the packing.
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• Perth, Australia
9 May 16
I used to eat bread like that when I was little lol
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• Perth, Australia
12 Aug
@Daljinder When I was little, sometimes I would bite 4 holes in the bread to try make a face! To me, it was art.
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@Daljinder (22171)
• India
12 Aug
@VivaLaDani13 LOL! Then poured / stuffed whatever you want to eat it with into the holes?
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@Missmwngi (10783)
• Nairobi, Kenya
16 Jan 16
I don't thing it is weird but i guess some people would find it weird
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
I'm still waiting for someone to call me weird lol I wont be offended or anything but just curious if anyone thinks it's extremely weird.
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@Missmwngi (10783)
• Nairobi, Kenya
16 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 Ha haa just rock your world with those sandwiches
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
@Missmwngi I'm just about to make one too! Can't wait!
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@moffittjc (45207)
• Gainesville, Florida
16 Jan 16
Although I have never tried it personally, I have heard of people making potato chip sandwiches. I guess people will always find a unique way to eat their food! By the way, I am a HUGE fan of Pringles! I just can't get enough of them! I could literally eat them all day long, every day, if it wouldn't kill me!
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
haha yeah I love them too! Many years ago we had a flavour called Texas BBQ but they changed the name to just BBQ. They are my favourite! Do you have a favourite flavour?
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@moffittjc (45207)
• Gainesville, Florida
16 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 The regular Pringles flavor is my all-time favorite, but I also like the BBQ! They are starting to offer a lot of new flavors, so I'm having fun trying them all out. So far, the only one I don't really like is the sour cream and onion. By the way, several of my UK myLot friends have been teasing me lately about the fact that us Americans leave out the letter "u" from a lot of our words, so I couldn't help but laugh when I saw your words "favourite flavour" in your comments above! My autocorrect feature on my laptop kept changing the spelling when I tried to type "favourite flavour" in the manner of how you Brits and Aussie's spell those words! LOL
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@moffittjc (45207)
• Gainesville, Florida
16 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 I remember the Texas BBQ flavor! I notice they seem to keep changing the name of the BBQ flavor...I've seen Texas BBQ, Mesquite BBQ, and the current popular name, Chopotle BBQ. I guess they keep switching it up to use whatever trendy name is popular at the moment. I bet it all tastes the same!
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• United States
17 Jan 16
I haven't used Pringles, but I have tried potato chips. Very tasty!
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
Yeah some other different chips can be nice as a sandwich. :D
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@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
13 Aug
I've never made a sandwich using just chips (of whatever flavor) before, Dani. My favorite chips of all time are a hard to find variety called Green Onion Potato Chips or sometimes they are called Vidalia (and Sweet Onion) Potato Chips. I buy out the stores when I find this flavor and horde them! This flavor never stay in production long by the same company and are difficult to find. (My family watch for them and let me know if/when they find this flavor in stores near them.) Oh, have you ever eaten cookies made from potato chips? They taste salty/sweet and are delicious! I've never found these cookies in stores but always have to make them myself. Here is the best recipe I've found for them:
If you run out of eggs but want cookies, make these salty-sweet little treats.
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• Perth, Australia
13 Aug
@DaddyEvil I've never heard of Green Onion chips before or Sweet Onion. Maybe we do have them here but never seen them before. And I would do the same thing if there was a flavour I liked but wasn't many around! I've never had or heard of Potato Chip Cookies before either but I would try them for sure! Sounds pretty yummy!
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@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
13 Aug
@VivaLaDani13 I don't make the potato chip cookies often as they are addictive! If you decide to bake them, make sure you have plenty of other people around or you will eat them all yourself!
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• Perth, Australia
13 Aug
@DaddyEvil If I enjoy them then I might be ok having them all to myself. Nah I would share! I would feel guilty if I didn't share.
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@sharon6345 (137838)
• United States
16 Jan 16
I like mayo sandwiches and that does not seem weird to me. I would not think of your sandwich though. But,you would not believe. I take frosting in chocolate flavor and put it on white bread. It tastes just like cake to me. lol. We all have some weird eating in our lives right..
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
lol well that kind of sounds like Nutella. Have you heard of that before? It is like a chocolate spread you can put on bread or toast.
@sharon6345 (137838)
• United States
17 Jan 16
Yes I have had that before actually. It's very nice but fattening so,I won't buy it. @VivaLaDani13 Y
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
@sharon6345 That's true. Would you say what you do tastes a lot better than Nutella?
@hereandthere (32754)
• Philippines
16 Jan 16
i think one of my brothers did it once when we were kids, not sure, but no definitely butter on the bread so that's the part that's new to me
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
lol well I feel like it would be TOO dry if there was no butter.
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• Philippines
18 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 i don't like dry bread, too, but i tend to put mayo, for example, if the filling is dry like scrambled egg or ham. but i'm also okay with just butter on bread, or just peanut butter on bread.
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• Perth, Australia
18 Jan 16
@hereandthere Seems like a lot of people are loving mayo lol
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@LeaPea2417 (21940)
• Toccoa, Georgia
16 Jan 16
I have put potato chips into cold cut and cheese sandwiches before. I don't do that all the time. There is one sandwich I like to eat that may sound odd to some people and it is peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwich. My Mom use to eat it and would make it for me as a kid and I still will eat it today.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
I've never heard of peanut butter and mayo before. I personally wouldn't try it. I like them both but not sure if that combination would go well for me. When I was little I used to eat peanut butter and lettuce sandwiches. Don't know if that is even a thing.
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@LeaPea2417 (21940)
• Toccoa, Georgia
17 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 I do think I remember someone saying they ate peanut butter and lettuce sandwiches. I will tell you something even more strange, my Grand Mother, when she was alive, liked to eat Peanut Butter and Onion sandwiches. In her later years and my Mom would help her, she was always so happy when my Mom made her one of those sandwiches.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
@LeaPea2417 I hope you did lol then I would feel good knowing I haven't been the only one to do that. I would never do it again though. Sounds gross. Don't know what I was thinking when I was little. wow peanut butter and onion is quite unique! Was it raw onion or was it fried onion?
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@meltean59 (164)
• Temple, Texas
17 Jan 16
Your post reminded me of our move from west Texas to central Texas in 1966.On the entire trip we ate......... potato chip sandwiches.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
YAY! You are awesome for 2 reasons! Eating what I eat and being from Texas! I REALLY want to go there! Planning on going this year.
• Temple, Texas
17 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 Texas is a really nice state.I have rarely let it.I have no reason. All I need s right here.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
@meltean59 Sweet! I can't wait to come see it. I am going to go to Houston hopefully!
@owlwings (39744)
• Cambridge, England
13 Aug
I never tried Pringles in a sandwich but I do sometimes like a potato crisp sandwich (potato crisps are what you call 'chips'), which is very much as you describe. I also sometimes like a 'chip butty' which might best be described to an American as 'steak fries between two pieces of buttered bread' (a 'butty' is a sandwich). Usually, tomato ketchup or brown sauce is added liberally before closing the sandwich.
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• Perth, Australia
13 Aug
@owlwings oh I do that too! ( I also call hot chips "chips" like from a Fish and Chip shop ) I get those chips and will make a sandwich out of them with tomato sauce or BBQ sauce or gravy. Is Brown Sauce BBQ sauce to you? Or is Brown Sauce something else?
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@owlwings (39744)
• Cambridge, England
13 Aug
@VivaLaDani13 We have brown sauce and barbecue sauce these days. Brown sauce is made from dates, plums, vinegar and spices and is a sort of fruity ketchup. Barbecue sauce is very similar but has some smoke flavour added and, I think, some chili.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the common British and Irish condiment. For the meat stock based sauce, see Brown sauce (meat stock based). For other uses, see Brown sauce (disambiguation). A ba
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• Perth, Australia
13 Aug
@owlwings ah ok gotcha! I think I might like something like that. I like to try new sauces. I like adding flavour to sandwiches sometimes depending on what's inside.
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• United States
16 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 I never heard of such a thing, but to each his/her own. On another note, I had to swear of Pringles, because they are tough to eat in moderation. Now I want to buy them when I go shopping later.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
lol They are awesome! I love them. Don't eat them all that much though. Did you end up buying them?
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• United States
17 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 no I resisted, but gave in to a couple other temptations.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
• United States
16 Jan 16
Not odd, but not very healthy!
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
lol I know. But just a treat. Other than that, I make sure I eat vegetables, salads and fruit.
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• United States
16 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 As long as you do't make a steady diet of potato chip sandwiches LOL
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• Perth, Australia
16 Jan 16
@AbbyGreenhill lol nah. That would make me feel sick.
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
I like Pringles with ketchup. Don't laugh.
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• Perth, Australia
15 Jun 16
@rachz_kisses I wont laugh. But I will admit I have never heard of that before! I don't know if I would like that though lol What flavour of Pringles with ketchup?
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
@VivaLaDani13 The Original.
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@meltean59 (164)
• Temple, Texas
17 Jan 16
I have eaten potato chip sandwiches since I was about 10 years old. We moved about 300 miles and that is actually what we literally ate on he trip. My mom bought a loaf of bread and a bag of potato chips. We had potato chip sandwiches and water on the entire trip.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
So awesome! Did you ever get bored of eating it too much?
• Temple, Texas
17 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 Not at all.I still love them. I also like peanut butter and mayo sandwiches.
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@EddieHands (37807)
• United States
16 Jan 16
Oh yes I really do like them! They are just so good indeed! Well i have never tasted one to be honest.. but I do love Pringles chips !
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
haha well who knows, maybe the sandwich idea would be something you hate if you ever tried it or maybe it's the best thing in the world. Who knows. But for me...oh man. so so good!
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@EddieHands (37807)
• United States
17 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 Well i have had sandwiches with other chips inside it and they were good! I love Pringles.. so I think it would be a good combo!
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@softbabe44 (5899)
• Vancouver, Washington
16 Jan 16
If it was BBQ pringles for you they might have total different sandwich their making trying to keep it secret cause they don't want someone else finding out about.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
True! Who knows.
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• Vancouver, Washington
17 Jan 16
@VivaLaDani13 At least you know what you like to eat.
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• Macomb, Illinois
17 Jan 16
It is not at all weird to me! I love putting nice, crisp potato chips on my hamburger with mustard, onion and pickles. Dill pickle potato chips are one of my favorites. Chips are also good on a tuna sandwich. One of my favorite sandwiches during the holiday seasons is cornbread dressing on bread. Instead of mayonnaise, you can use gravy. Its delicious!
• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
Sweet! All sounds pretty nice except the tuna thing because I don't like tuna. I haven't tried any thing else you mentioned but it sounds nice!
@UncleJoe (10845)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
16 Jan 16
What a coincidence! You are also the only person I know who makes Pringle sandwiches.
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• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
HAHA! Wow small world huh?