- Laura Dern gifts the internet with more ‘Big Little Lies’ memes 4 Years Ago
- The Stonks meme is back—and it’s weirder than ever 4 Years Ago
- Video shows officer threatening to shoot pregnant Black woman in front of her children Today 1:12 PM
- Netflix’s ‘Leila’ tells a familiar dystopian horror story Today 12:37 PM
- O.J. Simpson says in Twitter video that he never slept with Kris Jenner Today 12:06 PM
- GOP commissioner jokes on Facebook about running over Trump protesters Today 11:52 AM
- 2 trans women killed within 3 months in the same neighborhood Today 11:35 AM
- DNC tries to pander with tone-deaf Beyoncé meme, fails miserably Today 10:45 AM
- Parkland grad says Harvard rescinded offer after racist comments surfaced Today 10:10 AM
- ‘The Edge of Democracy’ chronicles the downfall of Brazil’s political leaders Today 9:42 AM
- Suzanne Collins is writing a ‘Hunger Games’ prequel Today 9:31 AM
- KSI rips Logan Paul for delay in their YouTube boxing rematch Today 9:02 AM
- Trump kicks chief of staff out of Oval Office for coughing during interview Today 8:29 AM
- Netflix announces Samurai version of ‘Game of Thrones’ Today 8:10 AM
- The 8-Bit Guy: Why retro tech and restoration isn’t just for ‘old white guys’ Today 7:00 AM
Want to play a game?
Start hoarding cartons of milk just in case, because Doritos Roulette is coming to the United States—and it’s going to set some mouths on fire.
The Roulette bags of the beloved junk food contain mostly your standard, nacho cheese-flavored chips, but one out of every six is a super-spicy chip just waiting to make your eyes water. Talk about trust issues.
This diabolic gimmick has made the rounds in the global market, debuting in Mexico back in 2012 and coming to Canada last year. According to AdAge, they’ll be available for Americans to munch on for about 12 weeks.
“It is something that consumers will look forward to and we’ll put a new twist on it every year,” Frito-Lay VP-Senior Director of Marketing Jeff Klein told AdAge. Doritos Roulette bags are planned to be like McDonald’s Shamrock Shakes or Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Lattes, products that might not be sustainable for a whole year.
Good luck, fellow Americans, and we’ll see you in the hospital burn ward.
Gabe Bergado is a Daily Dot alumnus who covered dank memes, teens, and the weirdest corners of the Internet. One time, Ted Cruz supporters turned him into a meme—or at least tried to. In 2017, he started reporting for Teen Vogue's entertainment section.