Pringles Prints Trivial Pursuit
Taste test: When you open up a can of these, you see a lot of blue "ink," which is really just food coloring on each of the crisps.
The trivia questions are printed on the underside of the crisps, which means when you open up the can and look inside, it appears that the questions have all blurred. Don't fret, just turn them over to see the question. The questions are pretty easy, as they are geared towards children to answer. They tasted like regular Pringles, although your brain may feel that you're eating something different because of the blue food coloring. If you can get over that, they're just like the regular flavor of Pringles.
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Smell test: They smell no different than a regular can of Pringles.
From the package: “Ingredients: Dried Potatoes, Vegetable Oil (contains one or more of the following: Corn Oil, Cottonseed Oil, and/or Sunflower Oil), Wheat Starch, Maltodextrin, Salt, Dextrose and Blue 1. Contains wheat ingredients.”
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