Humpty Dumpty is a very popular brand of potato chips in New England. In the Phillipines, they have Humpy Dumpy. These are corn chips, I think, with Margarine Flavor. Not butter flavor, but margarine flavor. Where I come from, (New England) margarine is fake butter, so it is butter flavored. And I think that is what Humpy Dumpy is trying to imply, because Margarine Boy seems to be made of corn, which is what margarine is made of. Also, at some Mexican restaurants, they give you that squeezy margarine to put on your chips, which are fried already, but I don't know what they do in the Phillipines. This could be a fashionable flavor over there, the way that ranch is the flavor of the decade here. One more thing: what is pizza-ranch flavor? Oh, and wait, does margarine mean something else in other countries? My grandmother still calls it oleo, and I'm not sure if that's what they call it in the Old Country (Hungary) or the New Country (Connecticut.)
In New England you can get ketchup flavored chips.
I apologize for the free-association and in-jokes in this post.