The other day, TV writer Jane Espenson broke the internet by posting her Pringle Ringle—an adhesive-free feat of engineering made entirely from Pringles. "I did it! I did it! I built a Pringles ringle! No glue, just physics." Over the next few days, she was retweeted 84,000 times (at time of publication) and her tweet was favorited by 150,000 people.
I did it! I did it! I built a Pringles ringle! No glue, just physics. pic.twitter.com/E357BlXOy0— Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) October 24, 2016
If you want to build a Pringle Ringle of your very own, it's not quite as complex as it may seem. The DIY food-loop has been floating around social media and YouTube for years—and there are plenty of step-by-step videos that show you how to achieve a ringle of your own.
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In 2014, YouTube sensation Crazy Russian Hacker showed exactly what it takes to build a Pringle Ringle—the key, it seems, is a well-balanced foundation (and mirrored sunglasses):