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Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner Flavors Are Available to the Public This Year

Pringles' Stack Shack Pop-Up Will Encourage Customers to Mix the Chips and Create New Flavors

Here's how eating Pringles typical goes down: You pop open a tube and proceed to pick out chips with your fingers until you can't fit your hand in any further and resort to pouring the rest out. Conventional logic also dictates that you do this one tube at a time, lest you end up with a bunch of stale, half-eaten Pringles containers in your cupboard.

Ramen-Flavored Pringles, That's All You Need to Know

Pringles is no stranger to, well, strange flavors. There have been hot dog-flavored Pringles, dubbed Hot Diggity Dog Pringles. There have been Grilled Shrimp Pringles.

Pringles Has Already Announced This Year's Holiday Flavors

Now including sugar cookie.

Australians Are Not Pleased With Their Smaller Pringles

Once you pop, the fun may stop. For Australians, at least.

If there’s one thing we love most about Pringles, it’s the truncated hyperbolic paraboloid shape that makes it a perfect fit for your hungry mouth. Unfortunately, our friends down under have experienced a shrink in both the size of chips and their famous cylinder cardboard cans, resulting in a chiptastrophe that has taken social media by storm. 

Hot Dog Pringles Are Exactly the Exclusive Flavor of Potato Chip You Don’t Want in the Winter

Tons of big brands offer weird flavors to try and drive sales, especially around the holidays. We all understand that. But there’s just too much strangeness going on in this recent spotting, published by The Impulsive Buy, of Hot Diggity Dog Pringles – hot dog-flavored chips being touted as an exclusive flavor at Walgreens “while supplies last.”

It’s Beginning to Smell a Lot Like Pringles, Everywhere You Go

When you think of the holiday season, what scents come to mind? If you said Pigs in Blankets, Cheesy Cheese and Texas BBQ, today is your lucky day.

Pringes, who built their reputation on distinctive cylindrical containers, came out with a new type of circular product this year: scented candles. And each candle comes in one of the three aforementioned savory smells that don’t quite seem to match up with the holiday spirit.