My "straw that broke the camel's back" was when we caught him stalking my big tittied girlfriend (see my "Free Hugs" review) . Apparently dude would park in front of her house and sit there for hours trying to catch a glimpse of her through the window. Could've been worse I guess, he could have gotten my baby momma pregnant. Yes, he did that to another friend of mine too. He knocked up his best friend's baby momma. I can't make this shit up. Moral of the story? Rid yourself of toxic people before it's too late. Help them if you can, but at your own risk.
Anyway, on to the review. I've been looking for these for a while. I finally found them at a Walgreens in Hollywood. Upon opening the bag, I get a whiff of an aroma that can only be described as "hot beefy sweet soy sauce." The taste of beef and a slightly smoky sweetness hits the palate first. Very much like the marinated bulgogi at a Korean bbq restaurant. I love Korean bbq, but typically stay away from any marinated meats as I like to have control of my own flavors and seasonings. Most marinated meat at Korean bbq joints are also too sweet to me. Just as these chips are. I like them, but I wish they were more "umami" and less sweet. 3.5 outta 5 on the chip mack scale.