There is a lot of backstory with today’s two new videos. Yes, VIDEOS! Is it totally bizarre that we filmed two Pringles videos on two separate days? When it rains Pringles, it pours. So, we decided to publish both videos today.
First up, the Pringles Challenge.
I don’t really even like Pringles. I mean, they aren’t made from potatoes are they? I’m actually Googling the ingredients for Pringles right now. Ok, 42% potato content. Do what you want with that new information.
We picked up six different flavors and thought it would be hard to decipher in a blind taste test. Unfortunately, the flavors were distinct that we correctly guessed each one. Did we love them? Nope. Even like them? Not really.
Watch the Pringles Challenge
A friend of mine sent us four limited Pringles flavors via Amazon. They arrived in so much bubble wrap but the cans were full of crumbs. I blame the UPS driver. I’m sure he just threw them in his truck and on my front porch.
The funniest thing was the expiration date. There was a handwritten sticker with an expiration date that had passed three days before we sat down to make this video. Which then spurred a Google search to see when these limited edition Pringles were first released. Looks like a few years ago.
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