I noticed a hashtag trending on Twitter this morning, so had a look what it was all about. It resulted in me questioning something.
The hashtag of note is #crispINcrispOUT and it has Walkers crisps asking people whether they put crisps in their sandwiches.
It doesn't look like they're asking whether they have a plain crisp sandwich. It appears to be asking if they add crisps to another kind of sandwich, for example - cheese and pickle or something.
The question made me smile because, only the other day, I noticed my nephew placing a few Kettle Chips inside his cheese and ham sandwich and I thought to myself 'I wonder what that tastes like?'
I didn't attempt to try it. I suppose that makes me #crispOUT. However, I am #crispIN if we're talking about having a sandwich with nothing but crisps. I have eaten one of those on the rare occasion.
The best 'crisp sandwich' - or rather a 'potato snack sandwich' because they're not really crisps - is one that I make with Wotsits.
A Wotsits sandwich beats a regular crisp sandwich hands down.