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Amazon have a sale on gaming snacks, Doritos and Mountain Dew inexplicably absent

Amazon gaming snacks

It's PC gaming week over at Amazon, and while the majority of their flash deals focus on components on software, it also extends as far as 'gaming snacks.' The rationale presumably being as follows: you've just splashed out on a brand new GTX 980, so why not go ahead and chuck a tube of Pringles in the basket too? You know, for gaming?

Perhaps the strangest revelation about this bizarrely specific food sale though is the ommission of both Doritos and Mountain Dew, the twin energy sources that have so famously fuelled the videogaming subculture since time immemorial. 

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The gaming snacks sale is, however, a great time to stock up on all the other stables of our subculture's required diet. Like McVities plain digestive biscuits. Crikey, all the times I've just gorged myself on packet after 500g packet of those unflavoured wholemeal rusks during an all-nighter with Dragon Age: Inquisition, washing them down with mugs of tepid water. Heaven.

Amazon gaming snacks

Of course, the selection includes a much wider variety of biscuits, such as Fox's Original Party Rings. I don't think it's at all judgemental of me to say that if I walked in on someone in the midst of a gaming session and saw them snacking on a feast of brightly coloured children's party snacks, I'd immediately assume that person was a serial killer. The fact that I remain alive to this day is only testament to the validity of my stance.

Elsewhere there's Monster Energy Assault, for when you're in the mood to willingly introduce something with the word 'Assault' written on it into your digestive system:

Amazon gaming snacks

Mindful that everyone requires a balanced diet, regardless of their lifestyle of leisure pursuits, Amazon include a broad range of crisps, biscuits, chocoloate-covered biscuits, chocolate bars, sweets, energy drinks, sodas, and literally just packets of sherbert for you to enjoy while pursuing your gaming. The can of Relentless Lemon Ice says "I'm serious about my k:d", while the 125g bag of Golden Parsnip Sweet Potato & Beetroot Kettle Chips says "but I'm also serious about my five a day."

The sale runs throughout this week, giving you a good few days to stock up the pantry you have in your home specifically for gaming foodstuffs.

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Belimawr Avatar
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2 Years ago

I find it funny the 2 you picked out aren't really cheap. plain digestives are only pennies more than a quid anyway and as for monster if you ever pay more than a quid a can your just not trying.

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woodkami Avatar
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2 Years ago

You forgot to mention that it's Amazon Prime only...

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NihlusGreen Avatar
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2 Years ago

Edit: Wrong article

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