The Jaffa cake - is it a cake, is it a biscuit - saga is well-known, with its makers desperate to prove it was in fact a biscuit, so that it wouldn't be subject to VAT. (Cakes are, biscuits aren't; don't ask me why). Now the Daily Mail brings up the important story that Pringles have been declared to be biscuits not crisps. In a High Court judgment a QC successfully argued that 'A Pringle does not taste like a crisp, or otherwise behave like one. It is totally different.'
So if someone eats their way through half a tube of Pringles while watching the football, does that mean they've eaten 50 biscuits in one go?