Ever since the world learned that Donald Trump and his family would be entering the White House last November, we've been on tenterhooks as to what to expect from the US president.
And, not in a 'oh, how exciting, I wonder what he'll do' kind of way but a 'oh sweet mother of Zeus, it might be the apocalypse' kind of thing.
You know the one.
Well, spare a thought for the White House aides who have been organising Trump's arrival for months.
From preparing architectural drawings, compiling lists of what furniture and artwork pieces are available and changing the curtains in the Oval Office (on Trump's request), the White House staff have been busy ensuring the new First Family's home is stocked with their favourite clothes, toiletries, artwork and furniture, according to the New York Times.
And while you might think improving the economy, instilling confidence in the American people and working on the future of the US' healthcare might be priorities for Trump, you can rest assured that... well, they're not.
There seems to be one thing on Trump's mind and one thing only – snacks.
As we all know, Obama loved to snack on almonds and, according to the New York Times, he kept 'a large bowl of apples on a table in the Oval Office and a supply of almonds for his late-night nibbling over briefing books'.
Well, seeing as Trump has admitted to the newspaper he 'does not read books' and is more likely to resemble a wrinkly almond than eat one, he's decided the nut is out (oh, the irony) and the crisp is in.
Yes, Trump has made sure the White House kitchen is now stocked with the same types of snacks that he has on his private plane, including Lay's potato chips, according to the publication.
Now, we're not too sure which flavour of oily snack is his preference, but given his penchant for Wotsit-coloured tanning, we have a feeling his favorite is either Flamin' HOT or cheese and onion. Anything bright orange, basically.