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Endangered and Extinct: Taco Flavored Doritos

Jason Perlow | Sep 13, 200003:52 PM     82

Ok this will probably cause me to lose any respect I had on this board... but here goes... Yes, I realize they probably last produced them over 10 years ago, but for the limited time they produced them I -really- liked the flavor of those things. I'm probably the only one who did. I think they replaced them with the cool ranch ones, which I hate with a passion.

Now, those new Doritoes 3D things... I like the jalapeno flavored ones, those suckers are actually pretty spicy. You can only eat a few before your mouth starts to burn, which I think is a good thing considering how fattening they are.

Now.. you could really improve those 3D's by injecting their hollow casings with cheez whiz or something equally processed..

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