There seems to be some sort of confusion surrounding one of our most delicious, addictive chip flavours; Canadians know All Dressed Ruffles chips have a unique taste all their own, keeping us coming back for more (and more and more and more).
Americans now have limited-time access, for the very first time in history, to All Dressed chips, and they’re greeting the arrival south of the border with mixed emotions. Some are happy, even jubilant:
ALL DRESSED RUFFLES IN AMERICA. Consider me on high alert and ready to hoard supplies. http://t.co/hJhEPgzxU7
— cjoanporter (@cjoanporter) September 16, 2015
Can’t wait till I can have all dressed chips…. You guys don’t even know the struggle. — Alexa Anderson (@alexa_anderson7) September 9, 2015
Overall, the American populace is excited to sample the chips (on social media, anyway), which will be available until December 2015. Some of them are even thanking us!
why are all dressed chips the greatest chip that has ever happened thank you canada
— ashley (@MsSarahWalker) September 21, 2015
But there is one very vocal lone dissenter — Rob Wile at Fusion — who penned his distaste for the All Dressed chips in a needlessly hateful article. Why you gotta hate, Rob?
Wile calls the flavour “ungodly,” and implies that Ruffles just tosses a bunch of different flavours together in one bag. We don’t even know where to begin, that is so sacrilegious. But then he goes on to bash poutine for the same “crime,” and that’s when we turn off our brains. Dislike our beloved chip flavour, fine. But not our poutine, Rob.
Them’s fighting words.