This pig’s love of Doritos led him back to his house.
This is nacho typical police call.
Peter Dinklage weighs in on whether a Super Bowl ad for Doritos proves a fan theory about his “Game of Thrones” character, Tyrion Lannister.
PepsiCo’s CEO said men enjoy licking Dorito dust off their fingers with “great glee,” but women don’t. Oh, and that women "don’t like to crunch too loudly in public."
A song of fire and ice.
From Amazon to Budweiser, these are the commercials that won the Super Bowl for best ads.
Rather than exploit this opportunity, too many "blow it" by focusing on the entertainment value of the commercials and neglecting
This diet of junk news warps our perception of the world, the things we thing are important, and, as of late, the people we vote for. So long as media depend upon advertising, this is not going to change.
Just don't try to eat the petals.
As a creative director and a creator of native advertising and also a consumer of media, the guidelines sounded fair. Publishers
With all the above positives, why might I have an unfavorable impression of most Super Bowl ads? It's quite simple. Most of them don't sell. They cost a lot and produce questionable returns to those that pay for them.
"Eat your own chips."
The GOP presidential hopeful is calling for Frito-Lay to "sever ties with hate groups" like the It Gets Better Project.
There are cool ranch Doritos, spicy nacho Doritos and now...rainbow Doritos.