For Christmas, Lay's released a limited edition collection of gourmet-styled chocolate covered potato chips. They come in a super-fancy impenetrable plasticy/foily bag with the words "delicious" and "luscious" written in expensive-looking letters.
I got a little too excited about these, but come on, they are chocolate covered potato chips. How awesome are chocolate covered potato chips? Very awesome. These are the things fat pimply girls' dreams are made of.
Each bag contains--hold on to your seat here--FIFTEEN chips. That's right, FIFTEEN. Fifteen whole chips for you to totally not share with your friends or neighbors or dogs, no matter how big their puppy eyes are. Those fifteen chips are precious and they should be protected with your life. After all, at $4 a bag, you just paid, like, twenty-seven cents per chip.
Outrageous price tag or not, these twenty-seven-cent chips are not nearly as appetizing as the ones on the bags. The chip on the packages is a perfect oval with thick ridges, enveloped in a smooth layer of dark chocolate, and sprinkled with sea salt. The pile of poo that came out of the bag looked something like this:
Poo-looks and crazy prices aside, these are still pretty yummy. How could they not be? They're potato chips. Covered in chocolate. What more could a fat girl ask for? Sadly, these are only available for the holidays. Not so sadly, you can achieve the same effect by squishing some Ruffles into a tub of chocolate fudge frosting and eating it with a spoon.
P.S. If somebody out there decides to eat a bunch of potato chips and chocolate frosting while watching chick flicks and wearing jammies, hit me up. The calories don't count if I'm eating at your house.