Remember ‘Tank’, the portly youngster from a long-running serial of pre-Lineker post-Comedy Racism Walkers Crisps ads who professed to have eaten ‘a hundred packets in a day once’, and who was fleetingly considered so iconic that he was even namechecked by The Mary Whitehouse Experience, taking a rare breather from their up to the minute topical gags about British Rail?
No? Well, you aren’t alone – until recently, the internet was bereft of even a single mention of Tank and his snack-scoffing known associates, aside from a lone Wikipedia page that was deleted for – yes, you guessed it – reasons of [CITATION NEEDED]. Happily, this has now been rectified, with the arrival of a Tank fan site that even boasts an interview with the crisp-toting late eighties consumerist figurehead himself.
Full Steam Ahead for the discovery of The Offical Captain Zep Web Emporium!