This was an era in which the brand name on the front of a crisp packet had almost no relation to the flavour within. It was like the whole world was a massive bag of Revels. And people complain now because Walkers Salt n Vinegar is the wrong colour.
But how can 3D Doritos be extinct when they sound like the most futuristic thing you can possibly imagine? Because sometimes progress goes backwards. We can only live in hope that someday we will actually have the technology to 3D-print crisps in our own
Sadly not just one, but a whole genus of crisps lost to the ages. Sweet 'n' Sour. Spring Onion. Chocolate. Gammon. All real. All gone. At one point in history Tudor Crisps ruled the land as far as the eye could see.
With a packet that features a mock Bruce Lee kicking a hole in the front, and crisps that were just big fuck-off balls of flavour, Kung Fueys look pretty bad-ass. Presumably what sank them was the mushroom flavouring.
We can't even find a genuine picture of these but apparently they existed. Frankly we don't believe it, as it seems utterly nonsensical that a being from a planet halfway across the universe would taste of cheese.