The Future ‘Australian Of The Year’ Has Created A HSP Locator / Review Site

Prepare to froth over the Snacky Locator. Inspired by the Halal Snack Pack Appreciation Society, it’s basically Yelp, but exclusively for meat on chips.
The site maps HSPs all across the country, lists their price, and has a surprisingly in-depth and active community rating system.

Users are encouraged to get out there and spread the word about the best (and worst) snack packs in all the land. 

Usually, “pure genius” is an exaggeration. In this case, it might be an understatement.

On their website, the Snacky Locator creators promise that their site will be “a guiding light for those in strange lands, and a ledger to record the trials and triumphs of this great society.”
It’s a lofty mission statement, but we sorely need a guiding light in these dark and troubling times. The HSP has come to be the new symbol for multiculturalism (as well maintaining its traditional role as the symbol for heart disease). 
You might remember that on election night, Senator/budding sketch comic Sam Dastyari offered to by buy Pauline Hanson a snack pack in an offer of goodwill. As with most things, she didn’t like it:
I guess she’s more of an AB fan?
Hopefully, the communally sourced Snacky Locator can help bring the entire Australian community together. It’s a delectable treat that borrows from both the great Middle Eastern tradition of kebabs, and also the great Western tradition of putting things on chips. 
It’s a food that should unify us, rather than divide us – unless you’re a vegetarian, in which case, sure, we get that this is utterly appalling.
Get on over to Snacky Locator so we can start to heal this nation/eat ourselves to an early grave.
Also, you can check out our previous coverage of the Halal Snack Pack Appreciation Society here.
Source: Facebook.
Photo: Snacky Locator.

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