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You Can Now Get Doritos, Twisties And Cheetos In One Packet

You Can Now Get Doritos, Twisties And Cheetos In One Packet

When you're cruising through the chip aisle of your supermarket or service station, you're often pressed to make a big decision. Do I go with Doritos? What about Twisties? Do I want a generic brand or something a little fancy?

Well, now you won't have to make that gut-wrenching Sophie's Choice anymore, as Mash-Ups Cheese chips have been unveiled in Australia.

It gives you Doritos, Cheetos and Twisties in one goddamn packet.

Credit: PepsiCo
Credit: PepsiCo
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Whenever you've got people coming around to your place you can just grab one of these bad boys, chuck them into a bowl and let your guests revel in the diversity of your snacks.

Everyone is questioning whether the flavour integrity of each chip will be upheld considering they'll all be mashed together. You'll have to buy a packet to find out.

Thankfully they've all got a similar cheesy taste, but hopefully the rigidness of a Dorito chip doesn't cause the delicate Twistie to crumble.

Alessia Taddei, PepsiCo Marketing Manager, said: "We're really excited that we can bring some of Australia's favourite snacks together in Mash Ups, they are a really fun snack to bring to social occasions to share with friends and family."

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But just be careful about giving these to your pets as they can seriously balloon sideways after eating a couple of bags. That's what happened to one poor dog in the UK that became hooked on Doritos.

Barrel-shaped Skylar weighs almost double what an average Jack Russel should after her doting owners and their neighbours couldn't refuse her 'puppy-dog eyes'.

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Just another picture of Skylar being teased with her favourite snack. Credit: Storytrender
Just another picture of Skylar being teased with her favourite snack. Credit: Storytrender

The four-year-old hound will scoff anything in sight - including her owner's other dog's dinner - but has a special fondness for cheesy nachos.

After developing problems with her breathing, vets ordered the porky pooch to swap chips for carrots - and owner Mandy Hannigan, 59, will be increasing the distance on their walkies.

Mandy, from Solihull, West Midlands, said: "She was only a puppy when we got her and she was extremely slim. She kept growing and growing - my other dog is a bit fussy about his food so Skylar would end up eating his food as well.

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"Skylar eats absolutely everything, and it's very difficult to say no when she gives you those puppy-dog eyes. She absolutely loves Doritos - she would eat about 1/3 of a bag every time I'd had some, which would be a few times a week.

"She also eats mini Cheddars, Hula hoops, pickled onions, sausages, you name it."

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