>Nips in charge of opening potato chip bags
Who the fuck does this?
Didn't even know you could open potato chip bags like that. I mean, why even try to open them from anywhere but the top?
It's actually a pretty smart way to crack open a bag.
>you don't have to duck your hand into the bag and get it greasy rummaging for chips (you also aren't touching all the chips)
>anyone can easily lean over and just take a chip instead of having to pass the bag around
the only problem being that you aren't re-sealing it that way. But it's a PAATI so there shouldn't be left-overs
>Not everything in life works like my chinese cartoons.
Almost nothing does.
You're right, this is how potato chips should be opened.
Umm, that's not how we houkago highschool girls do, niichan.
>Tostilocos is a popular Mexican antojito (street food) that consists of tortilla chips topped with cueritos, cucumber, jícama, lime juice, Valentina hot sauce, chamoy, tajín chile powder, salt, and "Japanese peanuts"
These aren't potato chips/fries, they're "shrimp crackers" or "shrimp chips" which is a popular Asian snack. Tastes less oily than chips and are kind of crunchy. Could probably buy them at some Asian store.
Because unlike amerifats.
Nips will share a bag of chips and will open a bag to optimize this.
What are you saying, it's just unfortunate that there is always something coming up pn their end in the last second. I-Its not that they don't want to see me.
Agreed, but only if you plan to finish the bag in one sitting.
Air has no effective weight as air's only weight on Earth is determined by its downward pressure, however, because everything outside the back is also surrounded by air, the air presses upwards back on the bag from the bottom thus nullifying any weight the air would have added
Unless the bag is pressurized, the weight of the air inside the bag is no different from the weight of the additional air that would be on top of the bag if the bag did not have air in it.