Chipset is a group of sea foods that are popular in the Great Britain. Chipset usually includes some kind of a fish or crab and fried potatoes. The term was first used by British savages that conquered Germany in the 16th century and decided to add some German moustache to their favourite delicacy that already included crabs and french fries.
The term was brought to popular usage by British writer Emeldormechale Twerpwookum in her novel Ah, what thou I eat today! in 1832 where she introduced various food to the British peasants which they had no hope ever to eat.