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    12 Insane Japanese Pringle Flavors Every Other Country Needs ASAP

    EGGS. BENEDICT. PRINGLES.

    The marketing geniuses in Japan have been working hard to fulfill the dreams of food lovers everywhere with their constant production of different flavored Pringles. Maybe you've seen some crazy KitKat flavors online or on your holiday to the land of the rising sun, but get ready for your newest obsession: Japanese Pringles!

    1. Wasabi Mayo

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    There's mayo in it they said, it's not spicy they said.

    2. Egg's Benedict Pringles

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    Your brunch game has never looked this good.

    3. Pizza Toast

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    For those who want to watch the world burn…pizza is not a sandwich!

    4. Hawaiian BBQ

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    The only Pringles that will get you lei'd.

    5. Mexican Salsa

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    Chips and dip like never before.

    6. Nacho Cheese

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    Perfectly paired with the salsa flavour.

    7. Brazilian Lime and Chili

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    Carnival in a can.

    8. Smokey Potato Salad

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    For when you're invited to a potluck, but then remember you don't know how to cook.

    9. Sweet Cinnamon and Wasabi Nori (seaweed)

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    With flavors so similar, how could you ever decide?

    10. Manhattan Clam Chowder

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    The classic American flavor of Manhattan Clam Chowder?

    11. Mushroom Soup

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    Soup and a salad just got a whole lot more delicious.

    12. And finally, Party Chicken.

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    Because we all know there ain't no party like a Party Chicken party.

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