Well. I couldn't pass THAT up.
They were rather expensive for the amount you are actually given. The potatoes themselves were extremely tiny (as pictured). They were advertised to taste like chestnuts, but what they really tasted like was starch. Unlike, say, Yukon Gold potatoes, which have a flavor all their own, these didn't have much flavor other than the butter, plus they were quite crumbly so they were hard to eat with a fork. A little bit disappointing, but all in all, I appreciated the Potato Experience.
After a bit of shopping, I went to stay at wednesday_10_00's apartment, since she graciously gave me a spare key to use while she's visiting her parents. I will say this: I thought MY apartment was cold. Girl, you need to get yourself another heater or kotatsu or something. Using Choco as a lapwarmer was a partial solution, but the fingers of my book-holding hand kept going numb every time I tried to read, and that is simply unacceptable. How can you stand it?
Anyway, after attending a convention on the 29th, I headed home on the 30th. At one of the train stations, I stopped at a snack booth in the hope of picking up some chips to much on, but they didn't have any. What they did have, however, was a lot of chocolate. This included the item pictured: green tea flavored KitKats. (They're apparently a special seasonal offering.) And I had thought the white chocolate KitKats I bought for Halloween were strange...