WOMEN are finally able to eat crisps with their delicate lady mouths thanks to the launch of a female-friendly version of the popular snack.
The new ‘girl crisp’, made with sugar, spice and all things nice, allows women to consume them without making any brutish crunching sounds.
Emma Hollis, from Leeds, said: “I have been using crisps as pot pourri and hair slides so it is good to think I can now scoff them in a fancy, ladylike fashion.
“One hundred years after women won the right to vote, we now have crisps made especially for women. This is what Pankhurst fought for.
“No more hiding in the bathroom to munch on tangy cheese. No more sucking on a Dorito until it’s silently soggy.
“This is just a dream come true.”