From the movie A Fish Called Wanda:
- [Otto is torturing Ken by quizzing him on Nietzsche and sticking chips up his nose]
- Otto: Guess I’ll have to ask you an easy one, eh, Ken? OK. Um… Let me think, let me think. Um… Where are the diamonds? I’ll give you a clue. Somewhere around the airport.
- Ken: I’m n-n-n…
- Otto: No hassle. There’s plenty of time. I’ll just sit here and eat my chips till you tell me. The English contribution to world cuisine: the chip. What do the English usually eat with chips to make them more interesting? Wait a moment! It’s fish. Isn’t it? [Dipping into the fish tank with a net] Oh! Here, boy. Down the hatch. [Eats the fish] Delicious!
- Ken: You b-b-b…
- Otto: Better eat the green one? OK. What’s this one’s name? Well, not Wanda, anyway. I’m going to call her Lunch. Hello, Lunch. Hello! [Eats the fish] Ew! Avoid the green ones – not ripe yet.
Every time I have Fish and Chips, I think of the movie A Fish Called Wanda and the exchange I quoted above.
Then, after a smile, I start stacking the chips up to make Chiphenge.
Chiphenge was my being silly one day when I wanted Fish and Chips. Tired of soggy boring chips, I started stacking them up. When once I went to Fish Sticks, I ended up building structures of Fish Sticks like Lincoln Log Cabin from a freezer in Maine that would somewhat collapse while cooking.
At least the food would get more air around them and the breading on both the fish and chips would be a bit more crispy without overcooking them.
Now it has become an open joke with me. When it is time to make anything remotely fishy or chippy, it ends up getting turned up and stacked like pallets in a warehouse to see how tall I can get them.
At least Chiphenge is crispy on both sides instead of Not Chiphenge which is kind of mushy on the bottom.
So Behold Chiphenge! A Superior method of building… chip towers! Amuse your family! Annoy your friends! Turn Lunch or Dinner into a game for your Four Year Old and build towers out of food!