What’s wrong with Doritos, anyway?
When I first read this question I didn't really think there was anything wrong with Doritos. I mean, I like them, they're a good party snack and they're good for sharing but I hadn't really thought much more about them besides 'sure, I like them.' However, now that I come to think of it, there are a number of issues with Doritos....
- You always get the flavourings all over your fingers. What is with that? Can they not flavour them in a way where you finish eating and you don't go 'ah, I should probably go wash my hands. Although I'd lick it off, but then I should still go wash my hands cause I'll have spit-covered hands...'
- The flavouring dust also means it's eat or do something else, for a snack-y type food, it makes it really hard to eat them whilst doing something else. Like playing cards...
- Why have I never seen small bags of Doritos? It's as if they only want you to eat them when you're with friends and never as a small snack by yourself.
- The dip jars are always too big compared to one bag of Doritos. One bag of Doritos should have a one bag size of branded dip to go with it.
- According to Wikipedia, the Sour Cream and Onion flavour was discontinued in the 80s. I like sour cream and onion flavour....
- 'Dorito' means 'little golden' in Spanish but most Doritos are more orange than golden..
- .... I think I'm clutching at straws now...
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