Twitter deletes a parody account apeing Frito-Lay chips after the jokesters behind the tweets take things a little too far.
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Fritos learns what a difference an "i" can make
A new parody account is gaining traction on Twitter and its of the crunchy kind.For the last 12 hours, @fritoiay (with a capital “i” instead of a lowercase “l,” so they look alike), has been tweeting some racially charged jokes at the expense of the snack-food company.Take a look:“Due to pressure from the Tea Party, we are changing the names of Doritos and Tostitos to be less, as their rep put it, "wetback-sounding.’”