17. Top Ramen Chicken
The "Top Ramen Bar" is a phrase that conjures fear and nostalgia for anyone who's ever been in dire straights/stoned in college: Basically, it's a brick of ramen noodles, uncooked, with the seasoning packet sprinkled atop it, creating some sort of ghastly superfood that is as delicious as it is humbling to consume, some sort of macabre, reverse Larabar. At first taste, these limited-edition Pringles evoke it. Strongly. Because these are essentially the Top Ramen Bar in chip form. They bring feelings of fear and wonder. But with each bite, comfort. They're not the most addicting of Pringles, largely because they contain enough sodium to give a deer a stroke. Yet the starch/fake chicken combo manages a weird balancing act. To quote famous food critic Homer Simpson, "they're not undelicious." But they're extreme to the point that one can indeed pop, then stop.