Some people didn't and voiced their disgust on the Doritos Facebook page.
That's where Mike Melgaard and his fake Doritos ForHelp account comes in.
Can you think of a more perfect gift for Valentine's Day than a bouquet of roses? Doritos did.
Not everyone can just go out and buy a bouquet of roses made out of flavored corn chips so they also included a way to make one yourself. It seems like it involves a lot of glue...
Then, when you've charmed them with your perfect gift, it is customary to bring your Valentine to a fancy dinner. If you really want to outdo yourself this year, one KFC is doing a trial run of fancy table service for Valentines Day. According to Metro News, the Fishergate branch of KFC is the site where two lovebirds met and continue to have date night every week so far in their 50 year marriage. Pretty romantic. The date will include linen napkins and a soft drink sommelier to suggest the perfect soda pairing.
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Doritos is showing its colors.
Both by making a new rainbow bag of tortilla chips and by teaming up with the It Gets Better Project to support the LGBT community.
According to ABC you can receive a bag by donating at the website.
The limited-edition Doritos Rainbows chips will celebrate and support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community "in the boldest, most colorful way possible," the release said.
The new product is available exclusively to consumers who donate $10 or more in support to the It Gets Better Project through www.ItGetsBetter.org/DoritosRainbows. Those supporters will be mailed a bag of Doritos Rainbows chips while supplies last.
The release said this is the first Doritos product in history made up of multiple, rainbow-colored Doritos chips inspired by the Pride flag.
The It Gets Better Project is a supportive non profit that raises awareness for LGBT teens and young people that they are not alone and that a wealth of people and services exist to help them.
It's a much nicer thought than Burger King's black Halloween burgers.
Still, and we hesitate to say it, but they will probably taste terrible, right?
Ex-Taco Bell interns have told The Huffington Post that they are the ones who first pitched the billion dollar idea way back in 1995 as a part of an internship competition.
Andrea Watt came up with a billion-dollar idea when she was just 20 years old, and she wouldn't mind at least getting a little credit.
During a summer internship in 1995, Watt and three other college students pitched the idea of a Doritos-shell taco to Taco Bell executives as part of an intern competition. They lost that contest, but their idea turned out to be a winner more than 15 years later: Taco Bell has netted more than $1 billion in sales from its eerily similar product, the Doritos Locos Taco, which it launched in 2012.
"I'm sure I signed away that anything I pitched to them was their property anyway," Watt said. "I would just like someone to recognize that it was a good idea."
And here's the letter to Watt giving feedback on her team's idea.