Originally Posted by outRIAAge
A chip buttie: heavily butter a fresh roll, and fill it with potato chips.
Remarkably, this works just as well in the Old Country and in the colonies, even though potato chips mean entirely different things. If you're using the kind served hot with fish, ketchup is also recommended. If they're the kind of chips that come in a bag, pile them high, and just before squishing the roll together, douse with a little Wooster sauce.
Well I never, I didn't know that chip butties are strange. I assume you mean the proper (ie British) chips. Bad manners in public, according to my Mother, but not strange.
I have friends who think my peanut butter and grated raw carrot sandwich filling is decidedly odd - but it isn't, it's yum.