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Cowboy kid lassoes Doritos in Super Bowl ad

A cowboy kid goes to extreme lengths to get Doritos in this Super Bowl ad. (Courtesy of Doritos)

The Product: Doritos

The Premise: A mom returns from the grocery store, and asks her kids for some help unloading the car. They are not enthusiastic about it.

The Punchline: … until they hear that she brought back Doritos, which launches them into a race to the minivan. The older sibling thinks he’s got it made, until the cowboy kid rides up on their massive dog and lassoes the Doritos right out of his hands.

The Verdict: It’s another one of the “Crash the Super Bowl” spots, which often become fan favorites. This one comes from Amber Gill of California, and you can read more about how it was made here.

See more Super Bowl commercials on Post TV.

Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts for the Weekend section and Going Out Guide.



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Maura Judkis · February 2, 2014

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