sodgers at hotnet.net.au
Thu Mar 23 04:11:24 EST 2000
> Why "hot" chips, Sally? Is there something else which is "cold" chips?
Sure! Hot chipe are long slices of potato about the size and shape of
fingers, fried in hot oil. Children ask for "hot chips" to avoid being
given a packet of chips instead. Packet chips are crunchy and cold, round
(or roundish) and usually salty.
Hot chips are hot and steaming... yummmm but very bad for you.
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