Chips are my downfall. Chips. Cheese. Salsa, avocados. Snacks. Snacks. Snacks. All day, every day. I swear to God if I can stay away from chips my bodyweight immediately goes down and I start looking better. I'm talking instantly. I'm talking a matter of a week and my body starts looking great. The one time I didn't eat chips or crackers or snacks for three months, I was in the best shape of my life.

And they're constantly on my mind. I could be playing with my son, or sitting on the couch with my wife, or at a funeral, and I'll get a craving for Doritos or my God, Harvest Cheddar Sun Chips.

It's a constant struggle, one that I've been better and better at fighting these days.

But now the conniving diet-destroyers at Frito Lay have concocted something I'm afraid I won't be able to combat: Top N' Go Tacos.


All right, so basically all they did was turn the bag sideways.

But turning this bad boy sideways opens up a wave of opportunities. It lets you add melted cheese, burger meat, shredded chicken, Greek yogurt, you name it.


You can have a portable nachos platter without getting your hands dirty. Just pinch the top of the bag together and shake and voila. You've got some portable deliciousness in your hands.

Frito Lay's offering the Top N' Go horizontal bags in Flamin' Hot Cheetos, Nacho Cheese Doritos, Ruffles, and Tostitos.


Although it's just a bag of chips turned sideways, the slight innovation makes it way easier for street-vendor food to be available in more places.

Top N' Go's creators said the bags were "designed to be sold by food service operators for sporting events and music festivals."


You can visit the Top N' Go site to see if there are any taco or food trucks offering the new concoctions near you.