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25 March 2019, 12:40 | Updated: 25 March 2019, 12:59
If there's one thing that's bound to start arguments, it's producing a so-called definitive chart of favourite foods.
Channel 5 has aired Britain's Favourite Crisps, which counted down what are apparently the UK's most popular crisp brands and flavours.
Obviously, it didn't go down well.
We all have different tastes, but even so - some of the entries (low and high), are downright strange if you ask us!
After finishing a two-hour investigation, the programme concluded that Britain's favourite crisps, as (apparently) chosen by the public, included Doritos, Pringles and Walkers at the top.
Meanwhile, Jacob's Mini Cheddars, Walkers Salt 'n' Shake, Nik Naks and Walkers' Squares were at the bottom.
Channel 5 also shared the findings in a pyramid format on Twitter, sparking a huge torrent of anger.
"That is all kinds wrong! Squares on the bottom... it's a travesty," one Twitter user wrote.
"I've lost faith in the British public after this travesty, no wonder the country is falling apart if people think Pringles are god tier while Wotsits and Quavers are only mid tier," another said.
"Squares and Nik Naks at the bottom? This is why we couldn't trust the voting public," one person said.
"Mini Cheddars deserve better than this. Further proof that the British public need classes on voting for things," someone else joked.
Squares and Nik Naks at the bottom!? Forget Brexit, this is the most important debate that needs a People's Vote right now.