World set ablaze by crisp sandwich experiment
Excitement doesn’t come greater than this, as Ben Taylorson challenges himself to eat a different crisp sandwich, every day in February
Although theme parks across the country are currently closed, thrill-seekers yearning for a dangerously exhilarating rollercoaster ride can still acquire their adrenaline kicks.
One way to do this would be to rob a bank, but that isn’t highly recommended – everyone uses cryptocurrencies now, so what’s the point? Also, I’ve personally never been able to find a pair of tights that suit my face.
Fortunately, excitement enthusiasts can take inspiration from one man’s affection of crisp sandwiches to plan their next adventure – and, no, surprisingly it has nothing to do with James May’s obsession with beef Hula Hoops.
Ben Taylorson, a 40-year-old librarian from Middlesbrough, has chosen to electrify his life by challenging himself to eat a different crisp butty every day during February.
Ben clearly isn’t afraid of controversy, choosing such offensive fillings as Wotsits, Hula Hoops and Quavers with eggs.
“My favourite one to do was beef Monster Munch with horseradish sauce and gravy. Other good ones have been onion rings with pickled onions and cream cheese […] and beef Frazzles with mustard, ketchup and fried eggs.”
Anyone who criticises Ben’s dedication is, of course, simply being salty.
What wonderful crisp fillings would you choose?