The 'Pringles ringle' is a stunning feat of snack engineering

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Science and snacks are joining forces once again to give you the big chip circle you've always wanted.

The "Pringles ringle," a freestanding, ring-shaped structure made entirely of the classic chip, is no stranger to the internet: in fact, there are dozens of ringle tutorial videos on YouTube. 

But thanks to writer Jane Espenson, who created a ringle of her own on Monday, the masterful chip art is experiencing a much-deserved renaissance.

I did it! I did it! I built a Pringles ringle! No glue, just physicspic.twitter.com/E357BlXOy0

— Jane Espenson (@JaneEspenson) October 24, 2016 Read more...

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