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Shouldn’t the next Nobel Prize be awarded the individual who solves the Tostito excess fragment/crumb to chip ratio scandalously distinguishing every bag?

Asked by stanleybmanly (21700points) 2 months ago from iPhone

It seems to me that the ratio of crumbs and tatters in the average bag now hovers around 20%. This being the case, why are there no regulations compelling the listing of useful disposal methods on the packages now designed specifically to conceal the loathsome scraps from view of consumers (suckers).

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Yes. Switch to soft tacos. Peel off what you want or have them pre-cut.

elbanditoroso's avatar

The prize should go to the person who figured out how to match the color of Cheetos to Trump’s hair dye.

zenvelo's avatar

The prize for Biophysics should go to the person who can demonstrate and settle the question of how to eat a pringle.

Patty_Melt's avatar

There was a whistle blower decades ago. They nicknamed him the Frito Bandit, and promptly deported him to Ecuador. He was never heard from again.

seawulf575's avatar

Given some of the past winners, all it would take is the right person to talk about solving that dilemma to be the winner.

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