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Picture the scene. You've got a plate of piping hot chips. What are you going put on them?

Do you stick with the traditional salt 'n' vinegar or do you smother them in something more exotic?

Poll your chip preferences please?

 

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19 minutes ago, Bairnardo said:
22 minutes ago, RawB93 said:
I mean, it really depends on what kind of chips we're talking about here.

Aye, this. Poor scene building from the OP

I can't picture it myself. Am I in the chippy? In a gastropub/restaurant? Is it some oven chips in my house?

The chips from my local chinese are different from the indian takeaway.

It is a vast world of chips and each case needs to be considered on its merits.

 

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Just now, Bairnardo said:
1 minute ago, bennett said:
Its only allowing one choice, can you change it too multi choices?

Kebab meat and cheese mucker?

Can't believe that he missed that out, shocking  stuff.

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Just now, Bairnardo said:
1 minute ago, bennett said:
Its only allowing one choice, can you change it too multi choices?

Kebab meat and cheese mucker?

Can't believe that he missed that out, shocking  stuff.

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10 minutes ago, Jim McLean's Ghost said:

I can't picture it myself. Am I in the chippy? In a gastropub/restaurant? Is it some oven chips in my house?

The chips from my local chinese are different from the indian takeaway.

It is a vast world of chips and each case needs to be considered on its merits.

 

Absolutely. What if it’s one of those wee cartons of ‘Fries to Go’ - individual chips contained within silver-coated sections within the carton, for your delectation and microwave crispy delight? I mean, even the action of turning the packet upside-down and shaking those wee beauties onto a plate is an eminently satisfying thing.

The OP frankly hasn’t thought this through.

Edited by pozbaird

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It goes....

Chippy chips

Good restaurant chips

Homemade chips

Chinese chips

McDonalds chips

Good quality oven chips

Indian/kebab shop chips

Shite quality oven chips

Microwave chips

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1 minute ago, Bairnardo said:

It goes....

Chippy chips

Good restaurant chips

Homemade chips

Chinese chips

McDonalds chips

Good quality oven chips

Indian/kebab shop chips

Shite quality oven chips

Microwave chips

McCain or similar microwave chips are rightfully in dead last. However...

14 minutes ago, pozbaird said:

Absolutely. What if it’s one of those wee cartons of ‘Fries to Go’ - individual chips contained within silver-coated sections within the carton, for your delectation and microwave crispy delight? I mean, even the action of turning the packet upside-down and shaking those wee beauties onto a plate is an eminently satisfying thing.

The OP frankly hasn’t thought this through.

Fries to Go are definitely above shite quality oven chips

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These days salt, vinegar and mayonnaise.

When I was growing up in Fife it would be "everything on it"

Edited by Angusfifer

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Fries to Go are the undoubted kings of microwave chip action. Crispy, dead handy to have in the freezer for those emergency chip situations - IE, come home pished.

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These days salt, vinegar and mayonnaise.
When I was growing up in Fife it would be "everything on it"
This is almost exactly what I do altho I do alternate between everything on it and just salt and vinegar to add mayo at home. Well played Angus of Fife.

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