Nacho Cheese Doritos are a staple of finger residue licking. There’s a reason Taco Bell made a shell based on the flavor of these chips and their beautiful, bright orange dust.
I believe the exact words were “the tannins in the cheese really balance out the dusting of Dorito flavoring.”
The hard “G” vs. the soft “G” as it pertains to the word “GIF.”
In 1964, when they first hit the streets to little fanfare, Doritos were seen as little more than a nuisance, a relatively benign way for people to get a harmless hit of flavor.
Sucking, licking, slurping action in the name of nacho cheese dust residue is one of life’s necessary pleasures.
1. I have an exponentially large crush on you and these butterflies will keep sucker punching me in the gut unless I do this.
These chips are handcrafted just like your grandfather and his grandfather used to make them, back in the old country where men took the time to learn the art of cheese-dusting from the age of four.
You like tacos, right? You like Doritos, right? Let’s just save you the pain and suffering of eating them separately so you can now just cram them all in your face simultaneously.
He mentally notes how the woman sitting down would be a little hotter if she was a little thinner and how the old woman on the right should fold up her walker so it doesn’t take up as much space in the aisle. He notes these things but says nothing. Here is not his place.
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