Deed you not tell heeem they were the Lords cheeeeps
@Katie Bonk, a man of culture I see...
@Katie Bonk, I have had the diahhreas since Easter's!
I thought we established that they put inert gas in the bag to keep freshness and as impact resistance.....?
@Jkmiii, too darn much gas
@Jkmiii, I’m pretty sure they crushed the majority of the chips in this case so it would look even more empty
people: we don't want air in our bags anymore
Chip company: removes all air and makes bag smaller
Chips: broken and stale
@Jkmiii, and they sell by weight, not volume.
Not all heroes wear capes
@Gecko but, some wear crepes!
@Gecko but, especially the ones who have Edna Mode design for them
That’s too much air even for packaging.
it cost like 2 bucks for that bag o chips
Wow I thought someone just inflated and sealed empty bags but no there is a minuscule amount of chips there.
Black people.. it’s “their.” Not “they.” Learn. Fûcking. English.
@GrammarNatzi, that’s slang, not a genuine grammatical error. English has become what we speak today over many years of evolution of slang. I get that that’s your username but it’s worth distinguishing between purposeful play within the language and mistakes.
@HolyCatchphrase, the word “they” isn’t slang. Words like yo and forreal are slang. It’s a complete mistake. Sorry, but if I was an employer and my employee spoke like an idiot like that, not getting hired. Anyone who speaks like that is just making the English language worse. I’ll never support it.
@GrammarNatzi, the use of the word is slang. Like if I said I was “hanging out”. Neither word is in itself slang but the use is. I imagine the person who made this picture made it for funny internet reasons and not for an interview.
@GrammarNatzi, i get it your a grammar Natzi, but mabey tone back on the racism a bit.
She ain't a saint