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Hello you.

‘sheet reader Sheila Larkin (above bottom right) with three months’ supply of Propercorn popcorn sent to her place of work yesterday.

Sheila won the snackage for proposing a blend of soy sauce and chopped fresh chilli as a new and controversial popcorn flavour.

Judges were particularly impressed by Sheila’s vow that she would, if conditions prevailed, “eat a self-refilling bowl of popcorn if it was put in front of me.”

A worthy winner we think yNOMNOMNOM

Previously: You’re Twisting My Honeycomb

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The six eccentric, competing flavours (above) in a quest to find a new popcorn seasoning by hip snack maker Propercorn UK.

Half a dozen taste mash-ups whittled down from more than 12,000 entrants to design a marketable seasoning.

But there could only be one winner…

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Hurrah!

Tara Walsh writes:

Ashling O’Carroll, from Shankill, Co Dublin has won Propercorn UK and Ireland Institute of Flavour competition, fighting off fierce competition from more than 12,000 entrants to design the newest PROPERCORN seasoning.

Twisted Honeycomb, will come to life as a limited edition flavour and will hit supermarket shelves in Ireland this Autumn.

‘Twisted Honeycomb’ combines the irresistible taste of honeycomb with sea salt and vanilla sugar.

In fairness.

*popcorn*

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‘Corn Free’ UPDATE:

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By popular demand (see comments)

We have THREE boxes of mixed Propercorn flavours (a THREE month supply) to give away.

To enter, just complete this sentence:

‘My own Propercorn flavour combination would involve a controversial blend of ________________and__________________’

Lines MUST close at 5.15pm

Propercorn

Thanks Tara


The charming Slow Mo Guys, Gav and Dan, break out the high speed camera to observe corn kernels popping, gradually slowing the action down to a glacial 10,000 frames per second.

Previously: The Smallest Fireworks Display You’ll See Today

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Cineworld Haymarket in London’s West End. Before the movie begins, a seemingly innocuous ad for popcorn turns into a nightmare. Or does it?

Watch it to the end.

Most disturbing Invasive Cinema Ad Yet (Copyranter)