The Great Wall of China, the Egyptian pyramids, the Eiffel Tower — they all pale in comparison to this amazing new feat of engineering.
Behold, the "Pringles ringle."
Using nothing but Pringles chips and physics, a Pringles ringle was created by Jane Espenson, a writer for the ABC show "Once Upon a Time" and a former writer for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
YouTube is filled with tutorials on how to build a ring of Pringles, which Espenson pulled off with "no glue." Neither gravity nor cracking chips could stop its majesty.
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The Pringles ringle involves stacking chips on top of each other to build a sturdy base and then carefully layering more chips to create a wheel of salty, crunchy goodness.
Espenson's creation also inspired others to perform their own Pringles-related feats.
No Pringles were wasted in the making of the ringle, as Espenson made sure they all reached the final destination for which they were created.
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