TTMMGH – Korea edition #8

Sweet!  We found a grocery store near our house that sells Kettle Chips…the same kind you find in American grocery stores.  And yummy – Jalapeno flavor.  Of course, we picked up a bag – and they are good!

Why is this TTMMGH worthy?  Upon further inspection, we noticed that part of the little tagline at the bottom was covered up.  And it wasn’t just someone taping over it – this was part of the bag printing.

See that silver part?  Apparently, Korea doesn’t want us to know the great mystery behind these chips.

I instantly went online to find an original picture of the bag and see what was so offensive/false/confusing/etc. about these chips that they had to cover it up. 

The answer:  “naturally”

jalapeno.jpg image by fplopez

Don’t ask me why (that’s why I’m posting as a TTMMGH).  In fact, let me know if you have an explanation. 

Click to read TTMMGH #7

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4 Responses to “TTMMGH – Korea edition #8”


  1. 1 Court May 4, 2010 at 5:43 am

    This confuses me too! They always cover up the parts of American cereal boxes that say things like “good for heart health” or whatever. I think they just have different opinions on what is “healthy” and what is considered “natural.”

  2. 2 Mark Z May 4, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    Woah, that is strange! I guess I don’t eat enough cereal, I never knew that about the cereal boxes.

  3. 3 micah May 6, 2010 at 9:39 am

    the jalapeno chips were so delicious. i need to go get some more.

  4. 4 Crystal May 26, 2010 at 11:30 pm

    That is strange. I have to add, these ARE the best chips ever!!! I’ve recently commented after tying the BBQ, that these people really know what they’re doing.


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