Wellll. If it were tortilla chips, I'd say Ian is doing his part. I think he is the reason Doritos make plain corn chips!
Hm, so a standard single-serving bag of chips is 1 oz. Four pounds is 64 oz. So that's just a bit over a bag a week. More than I eat (my junk food cravings run towards sweet, not salty) but not *that* unreasonable, I think.
lol, i was thinking "well, add in some salsa and i call that a good dinner...or nachos" so yes, sadly i could see the 4 pounds in a year. If they were tortilla chips. potato chips i am lucky to get more than a handful or two a year.
But here's the thing- that's only potato chips. I don't think there counting tortilla chips, or pretzels, or whatever.
I'd say it depends ... seven pounds a day? A week? A month? An hour?
And we wonder how, with our *amazing* medical advances, Americans are so sick. Cancer, heart disease, diabetes...if we're averaging four pounds of potato chips every year, imagine how much other garbage we're eating, too. How sad!
I'm in D-town area and don't eat any chips - so that means someone is making up my share!! :-)
Did they mention over what kind of time period people are consuming all of these chips? A year? A day?
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