Birmingham news Walkers 'launches' Line of Duty crisps - and public go mad with suggestions PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Teddy Salted anyone?
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Walkers announced it was launching a new range of Line of Duty crisps tonight on social media - and people went nuts. The Midlands crisp brand, founded in Leicester, tweeted a picture of a blue packet of 'Chis & Onion' crisps alongside a red bag of 'Fleming hot'. The Chis acronym - Covert Human Intelligence Source - has become a staple of the last series of Line of Duty and a fan favourite after it bemused people in the first episode, and Fleming is the last name of Vicky McClure's character DI Kate Fleming. The picture was accompanied by the caption: "Introducing the Limited Edition #LineofDuty range. Because watching your favourite show without the right snacks is criminal! #LineofDutyFinale" And they quickly got a reply from star of the show Vicky McClure, who plays DI Kate Fleming. She wrote back: "It’ll be a crime if I don’t get to sample these!" And although they are not a real thing, many people are keen to see them launched to shelves. The tweet received more than 850 likes in less than an hour. "Cannot believe these Arnott a real thing," one said.
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. One Twitter user said: "Steve & Vinegar Teddy Salted" A second added: "I think OCGs and Onion would have also worked." "I’m only interested in the Lettuce of the Slaw…the Lettuce!! (Hard to turn into a crisp I’d imagine)," a third chipped in.
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A fourth joked: "No 'Prawn COPtail? *Chuckle chuckle*" And a fifth quipped: "Where is Arnott and vinegar and smoky Hastings." People were loving Walkers social media team, with one saying: "Underrated tweet... this is bloody genius"
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