Look, I'm just going to say what we're all thinking

#1

Birdseye potato waffles are not versatile at all. You have them as part of beige dinner instead of chips and that’s literally it.

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#2

Not my fAve. Much rather have some smiley faces tbh

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#3

Thank you for your bravery

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#4

could substitute other stuff with them too

#5

Finally someone has the balls to call out potato waffles.

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#6

Who said they were versatile?

I’ve had them for breakfast more often than dinner.

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#7

You’re forgetting that they’re “waffly” versatile. That means they’re only actually versatile in very vague terms.

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#8

The advert song

#9

Could have your tinned spaghetti and sausages on waffles instead of toast.

#10

The advert jingle used to say “Grill 'em, bake, 'em, fry 'em, eat 'em”

I thought that was the only reference to their versatility, not whether you’re eating them with a fried egg or beans.

#11

I’m not going to live in fear of Big Potato Waffle for a minute longer.

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#12

don’t listen to @shrewbie and @urbanfox, they’re in the pocket of Big Waffle

#13

fuck

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#14

Smily faces are the best! I bought a pack recently then fed them to hungry, drunken after partiers a few weekends ago, I didn’t get to eat any of them :cry:
Need to remember to buy some more next time I’m in the supermarket.

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#15

Sometimes people put syrup on things

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#16

Pop them in the toaster too. More versatile than you think, if anything.

#17

Oh! I was trying to hear it in my head but I hardly ever see adverts these days.

#18

putting a bean inside each square in the waffle

  • yes
  • not for me, thanks

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#19

And they should be applauded.

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#20

The other week I alternated putting a pea and a sweetcorn kernel into each square. Looked up to see my gf looking at me with an expression that suggested she was questioning all of the life choices that had led her to this point.

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