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Desc:ring top can, sexy moustache, desperate housewives' minds blown
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:commercials, seventies, pringles, potato chips
Submitted:poetry publishing guide
Date:01/04/10
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Comment count is 26
The Mothership - 2010-01-04
Canister keeps em' from getting broken my ass. Description should be the actual tags.
cognitivedissonance - 2010-01-04
I like Pringles, but I consider them to not be actual potato chips. I'm glad they've left that pretense behind and just call them "crisps".

Also, the Planters cheese balls in the canister were the superior canister-snack product.
Cube - 2010-01-04
Hell yeah real potato chips are potato slices, not reconstituted mass!

Frank Rizzo - 2010-01-04
way tittle taste em.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-01-04
The fine print/apology is classy as hell.
kingarthur - 2010-01-04
Insert appropriate Mitch Hedburg reference here.
Robin Kestrel - 2010-01-04
That's a man, baby.
boner - 2010-01-04
Why did someone bother to invent Pringles?
glasseye - 2010-01-04
To make shitloads of money?

KnowFuture - 2010-01-05
Because snacks are delicious.

Glenn or Glennda - 2010-01-05
There must be huge costcutting benefits. Easier to store and transport. They probably stay fresher longer.

To anyone who wasn't around back then, let me tell you, those original Pringles tasted like shit. To be more precise, they tasted like instant mashed potatoes-- which, in the seventies, tasted like shit. To no one's surprise, the brand seemed to disappear for a while. But someone must have been determined, because they came back reasonably improved. I would never have expected that they'd not only still around today, but that I would actually scarf down a can from time to time.

pastorofmuppets - 2010-01-05
Potato chips are way more practical once you get those pesky potatoes out of the equation.

Syd Midnight - 2010-01-05
Back in the 70s, you could still buy kettle chips in big metal cans around here. Pringles were popular because they were newfangled, like the ad says.

Desidiosus - 2010-01-05
Salt delivery system.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-01-04
It's funny to imagine them reacting to something else.
Chalkdust - 2010-01-04
it IS!

pastorofmuppets - 2010-01-05
Especially Debbie Deep Voice and her Checkered Coat.

fluffy - 2010-01-05
"Newfangled"

Also, I always thought that it was "pringles" as in a single chip was a "pringle." Consider my mind blown.
poetry publishing guide - 2010-01-05
Hah, yeah. I guess people have come to do this with other products, but at the moment all I can think of is the kids on a South Park episode calling KFC "Colonel". STAN, I THOUGHT YOU SAID YOUR MOM WAS BRINGING HOME COLONEL!!

Robert DeNegro - 2010-01-05
"That's terrific! I'm gonna shove the can in my cooter!"
Enjoy - 2010-01-05
Bugles > Pringles
poetry publishing guide - 2010-01-05
gah, Bugles are an abomination

1394 - 2010-01-05
It's like pickle surprise only real!
Chet - 2010-01-05
0:22 - "wait until you taste them." - What's with her voice? It rocks.


Sacks5thAvenButt - 2010-01-05
Not enough newfangled pringles

Camonk - 2010-01-05
Pringles was one of those things I ate in China but never eat here. Weeeeeird.
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