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Cards Against Humanity Made Knockoff Pringles Called 'Prongles'


‘Once you pop, that’s great!’

If you’ve perused Target’s board game aisle recently, you may have come across “Prongles,” an elongated cardboard canister of stackable potato chips that share a striking resemblance to Pringles. But they’re actually repurposed cans from Australia’s The Good Crisp Company that have been relabeled and distributed by the makers of the lewd party game Cards Against Humanity.

“It all started with a dream and a love of the crunch. That’s why we’ve retired our popular comedy card game — Cards Against Humanity — to pursue our real passion: dominating the global snack food industry with a revolutionary potato chip,” Prongles said in a statement. “Our motto reflects our commitment to bold flavors and bold thinking: Once you pop, THAT’S GREAT!”

Prongles are currently available for $3 in two flavors: salt and potato, and onions and cream. Prongles says it “believes in the power of Democracy,” so on its website, fans can vote for the next Prongles flavor: tacos and burritos, whole fish (which is winning by a landslide), and America.

The brand’s mascot is a skateboarding, surfing Pumbaa-looking pig named Brayden.

“Wild hogs are one of the only animals that will eat potatoes. Brayden loves extreme sports and lives life at one speed: WHOLE HOG,” Prongles said. “He also loves to cool down with a can of Prongles while hanging out with his best friend, Justin Bieber.”

A carousel of taglines on the company’s site reads: “Make America CRUNCH again”; “Prongles is proud to support prostate cancer”; and “Don’t eat my Prongles, b----.”

Although the company says they’ve quit the board game business, we’re hoping it’s just a joke. Cards Against Humanity, which is known for dark humor, increased prices for the game by $5 on Black Friday and recently even purchased land on the U.S.-Mexican border in an effort to slow the construction of President Trump’s long-promised wall. Forty-five is more of a Lay’s guy anyway. Find this and more in the complete guide to Donald Trump’s favorite foods.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Shoddy Knockoff Product

A Shoddy Knockoff Product is dolled up to look like a popular and/or quality product, but being dolled up is the only work that went into it. You'd be lucky if it even functioned at all.

These could very well be used as a target of Convenience Store Gift Shopping, especially if they resemble something that an unwitting/ignorant relative thinks the recipient likes.

The Evil Twin of the Well-Intentioned Replacement. While both tropes are about poorly made substitutes, that trope is with the genuine hope of making up for the thing being substituted. This trope is about just plain old ripping you off.

Compare Bland-Name Product (to show a popular product in a show without stepping on trademarks), The Mockbuster (the equivalent with works of art or entertainment), and Unlicensed Game (an index of Shoddy Knockoff Video Games that have their own pages).

Contrast Follow the Leader (there is a clear influence, but it's not trying to make you think it's the actual work it's following), Serial Numbers Filed Off (it's almost the same thing as another, but at the very least changes anything copyrighted by someone else), and Effective Knockoff (when the knockoff is more competent than the original thing it's imitating). Bland-Name Product is when it looks like this in a fictional work, but doesn't come across as such.


Watch the video: Pringles vs. Chips GG my friend (November 2021).