Someone has built the perfect ring of Pringles and it's fair to say Twitter absolutely loves it.
They say 'once you pop, you just can't stop' and that's certainly true of Netflix writer Jane Espenson who has wowed Twitter with this perfect 'Pringles ringle'.
Espenson, an American writer and producer, proudly shared a photo on Twitter of the perfect Pringles ring she carefully created, announcing: "I did it! I did it!"
I did it! I did it! I built a Pringles ringle! No glue, just physics. pic.twitter.com/E357BlXOy0— Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) October 24, 2016
The 52-year-old, who is better known for her work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Game of Thrones than with Pringles, told fans she spent 30 minutes creating the masterpiece, without using any glue.
Amazingly, more than 150,000 fans of the Pringles ringle have liked and shared her tweet, with others sending her photos of their own efforts.
Responding to questions from her fans, Ms Espenson explained: "For all those saying I wasted food, have no worries. I ate all the Pringles after it collapsed ... They're not harmed in the process!"
For all those saying I wasted food, have no worries. I ate all the Pringles after it collapsed. pic.twitter.com/fUFxaKvOwB— Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) October 25, 2016
She added that she watched YouTube tutorials on how to build the perfect Pringles ringle, adding it could be a fun activity for children to try out.
People reacted to her Twitter post, one saying he wanted to make the 'Pringles ringle' himself.
@JaneEspenson I find this genuinely exciting— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) October 24, 2016
@JaneEspenson I need to make this and then and only then, could I die happy.— Andrew Embury (@aembury) October 24, 2016
Others shared their own tasty attempt of the 'Pringles ringle'.
The trend began in 2014, with many others sharing their attempts on Twitter. Could this be making a comeback?