Don't like Pringles at all.
Nancy, I wish I didn't. LOL.
BBQ & Sour Cream & Onion are my favorite Pringles flavors although I don't eat them too often. I'm not a big chip fan.
Sour cream & Onion all the way!
You are right, Pringles are SUPER addicting! I can't even buy them because I know I'll sit down and down the whole container. It is a good thing I am immobile right now after surgery so there is no way I'd be going to the store soon. Resisting would be hard!I popped over and read the interview. Fun hearing about your writing process. Your visit with your hubby to the park sounds totally spooky. I bet your late night visit helped you bring that scene to life in your book in a way you perhaps could've have done without going. All in the name of writing a well researched scene!
I loved reading the interview you shared with us! It was very intersting to hear about how you prepare for your wonderful books! No more late night park adventures though, that's a little scary.
Breaunna, they're my weakness. I'd take them over chocolate any day. Yeah, I said it. :)Mare, those are one of my faves too. Love strong flavors.Kristin, I hope that knee is doing better! That park was *totally* creepy. It's one of the scenes in Truly, Madly...Breaunna, it's a deal!
I never buy Pringles. I don't really ever buy chips of any kind. But, if I am someplace (like at a party) and they are there, then I totally can't stop eating them.
Linda, I can't stop eating them, either. That's the problem! LOL.
I had a feeling it was Truly, Madly, but I haven't read any of your Nina Quinn mysteries, so wasn't sure. From the reader standpoint, the late night trip to the park was well-worth it and totally paid off. Hope you and hubby agree! :)
Put the can away.