Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Potato Chip Aurality Awareness Campaign

For the love of God please
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Potato Chip crunchiness and especially the crinklyness of the bags are being used world over as an aural savannah, with decoy behavior, occlusion, and the use of cover, in order to support unconscious mating related behavior. One problem? We're leaving deaf people out of the equation. We need to be able to transcribe with accuracy and detail, the exact landscape of potato chip bag crinkling in order that the Deaf community may recieve it visually or some other way and can this gain access to our conversation and for the playing field to be leveled.

The first step in this process should be a public awareness campaign led by a coalition of hot psychology undergrads and some rich old advertising folks who have no morals, but are getting close to the ends of their careers spent making this unconscious aural potato chip Savannah possible, and want to give back to the system or just get back at old employers.

The consciousness campaign only need take some video of random lunch room or office behavior where potato chip crunching or bag crinkling bullying plays a part, in other words any lunch room or office behavior at all, and annotate it, and then advertise it.

No use in trying to only get people to stop using potato chip bag crinkling because this is only the tip of the ice berg. Better to make folks conscious of it through a detailed visual display that can be read by the Deaf and DeafBlind communities too.

JesusHChrist, Jan 12 2016

Baked differently, but perhaps more interesting http://www.popsci.com/tags/tortillas
What fun! [Vernon, Jan 13 2016]


       Scrrch - rch - kkk - fkkfkfkfk - sststt chchchckc   

       Sorry I didn't hear wat you were saying.   

       Actually, topological modelling of what happens when you scrunch and how this propagates as pressure waves in the air, is quite interesting and complicated maths.
pocmloc, Jan 12 2016

       [JHC], this may only be a 3 on your personal weirdometer, but I'm reading it as an 8.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 12 2016

       Which deserves a bun, of course. [+]
Toto Anders, Jan 12 2016

       Brings WTF to a whole 'nother level.
blissmiss, Jan 13 2016

       + I like it, but think that potato chips should come in cube-shaped boxes.
xandram, Jan 16 2016


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