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My latest infatuation


Meet my darling – Walkers Roast Chicken Crisps:

Like many romances – ours started out during a drunken night stumbling around a foreign city. Looking for something to satisfy my craving there was Walker and his Roast Chicken Crisps which – of course between cocktail 7 and 8 seemed like a really good idea.

Now many one night stands end the morning after with a hangover and regret. But oh no, not me and Walker and his Roast Chicken Crisps. Not only did I not regret bringing him back to my hotel room, but I brought him home with me to America. I can’t stop telling everyone about how awesome he is, how good he smells, how I will not be able to live without him and am having trouble controlling myself from ripping open his bag and devouring him every chance I get.

I was going to bring my darling to work to show my colleagues just how delicious he is – but I’m a little too possessive, I don’t want them to get a taste of him and get any ideas!

Author: Amy H. Johnson

Amy H. Johnson is the author of The Fangirl Files a memoir about Boy Bands, TV Boyfriends and imaginary betrothals to 80s English pop stars. She prefers to be referred to as a "Cute Famous Boy Aficionado".

4 thoughts on “My latest infatuation

  1. I didn’t buy the ham ones in Spain cuz they only had the big size bag and I didn’t have room in my bag for them so I had to settle for the little bag of olive oil ones instead. Lame!

    So roast chicken crisps, Jaffa cakes and Cadbury-quite the international palate you have 😉

  2. Very interesting . . . so is there actual chicken in there, or are they just chicken-flavored? (And what exactly do they smell like?)

    Kind of brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “tastes like chicken,” doesn’t it? 🙂

  3. This is hilarious!!! I love how it’s a ‘Grab bag’ you’ve got as well ;-0

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