Win to the power of 2 equals to win-win. Lose to the power of 2 equals to lose-lose. Win plus lose equals to zero. So does win minus lose equals to win-win, equals to win to the power of 2? Try solving this unsolvable theorem.
Back to the simpler win-win potato crisp. It is crispy. The taste is a bit normal potato chips with a moderate amount of artificial flavouring. What I love best was the size and thickness of that circle. I don’t know why, but somehow the dimensions seems just right for a potato crisp. Maybe it’s the ratio of the diameter to the circumference. Maybe it’s the ratio of the area to the radius. Somehow, this circle feels better. Well, here’s another theorem to solve.
Made in Malaysia. Bought in Singapore.
PS: For a circle, the ratio of the diameter to the circumference of a circle is always the same. The ratio of the area to the radius is always the same.