Where does the saying 'all that and a bag of chips' originate from?

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The origin on the phrase 'all than and a bag of chips' can be traced back in the 1990's. It was a phrase that was used to refer to people who though needed special treatment. Those who were full of themselves.
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A saying that originated in the 90s that was
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it means you think you popular and cool better than every one else. like you need special treatment. RATE UP^ please!
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The chips are packed to almost to fill the bag at the factory, adding nitrogen gas right before the bags are sealed to provide an inert oxygen free atmosphere to preserve freshness,
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Terrell Owens - He is one of the top players in the league and most importantly He's entertaining earning him the "Bag of Chips" status
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