Crisps have to be one of the UK’s favourite snacks – you just can’t beat them. This might be one of the key reasons that we have the highest obesity rates in Europe, but who cares when you’ve got a face full of delicious salty snacks?
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There are so many flavours and types to choose from and when it comes to favourites it’s a totally subjective opinion, which is why Twitter user Adam Higgins has caused such a stir with his recent post.
He decided to rank British crisps into the categories God tier, top tier, mid tier, low tier and sh*t tier. Take a look and see what you think:
This is clearly the best ranking for crisps pic.twitter.com/CE3jmNHIaS
— Adam Higgins (@FluffehAdam) August 9, 2017
You can see why people are divided. I personally am offended that salted pop corn made it onto the God tier, while salt and vinegar Squares are on the sh*t tier. The geezer’s off his head. Here are just some of the reactions from the British public:
This is utter gash!! There is no way those evil little hula hoop shits should even feature let alone be near the top
— Mark Hill (@markhillmusic) August 11, 2017
No, I just politely think you're wrong. How can anyone put the sweepings of Satan, Doritos, on God tier, when ambrosian Twiglets s/be there!
— Fr. James Mather (@tigerrector) August 12, 2017
it stresses me out that you think boring crisps are the best
— Kyle (@Kyle_Boardman_) August 9, 2017
I've always said you should never judge another person's crisp preferences, but today I break that vow. pic.twitter.com/iyP7SyaqR9
— NAL (@NALGames) August 11, 2017
Crisps is clearly a topic that people feel strongly about. Which is perhaps why this all you can eat vintage crisp café is proving so popular.