“Christmas spirit” means different things in different cultures. In England, people still dig Roy Wood‘s Christmas hit, “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday.” Although the song made no splash in the US, it’s still so beloved in the UK that to coincide with the holiday, Pringles has chosen Wood to serve as its “Jingles for Pringles Ambassador.”
Jingles for Pringles is a contest in which Pringles lovers are asked to submit homemade jingles for their favorite processed “crisp.” To “inspire” contestants, Wood submitted his own jingle, which I would love nothing better than to embed in this post but, instead, you will need to visit the Jingles for Pringles contest page to hear for yourself. It’s a catchy little tune!
If you search “Pringles jingle” on YouTube there’s a shocking number of these homemade videos. I’ve placed one of them above, in case you’re not already hungry for that processed goodness. (Has an American ever poured Pringles into a bowl or basket? I’ve only seen them eaten directly out of the tube.) Happy Christmas, chips lovers!
By the way, how do you eat your Pringles: one at a time? in bunches? up or down?