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Here’s a question for you: what shape are Monster Munch? What are they supposed to look like?
It’s one of those things we always thought was obvious. Something objectively true, that everyone agreed with.
Monster Munches are quite clearly claws… right?
Well, it turns out that some people believe that each individual Monster Munch is actually a monster with big arms and a big head.
This is a mindblowing revelation, and we’re genuinely not sure we’ll be able to look at anyone who believes a claw-shaped crisp is actually a tiny monster the same way.
But here’s the even more mindblowing bit.
We called up Walkers to ask what shape Monster Munch actually are, and they told us that they are neither claws nor mini monsters.
They’re actually designed to look like a ‘monster’s foot’.
Which is madness. But we can’t fight back against an official Walkers answer, even if we do strongly believe that a crisp is in the shape of a claw.
Anyway, everything has changed, and our experience of eating corn-based snacks will never be the same.
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