A Video Detailing How Pringles Are Made

June 11, 2018

This is a video from How It's Made detailing how everyone's favorite least space-wasting chips are made. SPOILER: you see, when one chip loves another chip very much THEY DIP THEMSELVES IN RANCH AND DO THE NASTY. Or get fried and pressed with a curved rolling mold so they stack easily. Wanna guess how long the chips are fried for? I'll give you hint: eleven seconds. For reference, I usually fry marshmallows for about thirty seconds. "Why are you frying marshmallows?" You just have to remember to let them cool for a while before trying to butt-huff them. "Wait, what?" Start heating the fryer.

Keep going for the clip, complete with a linked video preview right in the middle of the screen for the last twenty seconds.

Thanks to Lev, for reminding me of the time I finally gave Pringles a chance and realized they actually make a couple edible flavors in addition to all the shitty ones.

  • Somebody else

    Not to be a stickler, but those aren't pringles. I would be interested to see how Proctor & Gamble/Kellogs produces their chips. I'm always fascinated with the engineering and efficiency of the machines.

  • shashi

    You're right. Pringles are beautiful hyperbolic paraboloids but these are merely oval shaped hyperbolic cylinders. Life is a lie!

  • GeneralDisorder

    They're the same production method whether it's Pringle, no-name shit like these, or Lays.

    It's basically really big potato based cereal flakes. Sort of.

  • Munihausen

    That potato sheet looks delicious.

    One of the best shows on TV, and has been since its inception.

  • Eric Ord

    lol they should make a video called how Pringles are destroyed and it would just be me opening up a package and pouring the whole thing onto the bottom part of my face

  • WhiteEagle2

    "...bottom part of my face"

    Your chin?

  • Eric Ord

    Aiming for my mouth, but.

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  • TheQiwiMan

    I'm always a sucker for these kinds of videos. So fascinating. Now I'm gonna spend the next few hours getting sucked down the How Its Made side of YouTube..

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