Experts have warned that the complications with Brexit will eventually lead to the nations favourite crisp reaching Honey I Shrunk The Kids proportions as shrinkflation kicks in.
The Minister for Tayto, Chris P. Cock has also raised concerns that Tayto could be widely sold in condom machines across Ireland by 2030 as packets decrease in size every financial fiscal year by 10%.
Speaking today from The Hague, current president of the European Crisp Society, Gary Salt ‘n Lineker has stated If this were to happen ‘I would wear the packet over my crown jewels while presenting Match of the Day’. This has left some Leicester City fans unhappy as his prawn cocktail was not visible after his last wager.
Ex-patricks travelling from London and further beyond have been left bemused by the effects of Brexit ‘it costs £46 to do the rail and sail from East Finchley to Gort, don’t mind getting nostalgic and buying a £24 packet of Tayto off the trolly on the way back’ one Irish man said while happily living abroad with his pet sheep.
Speaking from Krang’s Bodysuit, Eddie Hobbs had this to say ‘Shrinkflation, although hit’s the pockets of everyday Irish people, will not affect the fundamentals of Irish society, like in the times of Poitín we’ll persevere and create a new crisp, just a Lidl bit better’.
Bono has since stated he will busk on St Stephen’s Green this Christmas to buy Tayto for the homeless.