The truth is, the best Valentine's Day gifts don't have to cost much; they just need to come from the heart. And what's more from the heart than Doritos? A lot of things, to be honest, but a bouquet of Doritos Roses will say "I love you" better than any weird pipe-cleaner animal ever could.
Initially, Doritos was selling "12 long stem Doritos Ketchup Roses" for a limited time in select Canadian cities. Unfortunately, even if you happen to live in Canada, the bouquet already sold out. But, good news! Doritos offers instructions on how to make a bouquet of "12 long stem Doritos Ketchup Roses," so don't go breaking off that engagement just yet. There is hope.
Here's what you do:
1. Buy a bag of Doritos and some plastic roses. Ketchup Doritos are only available locally in Canada, but you can get some on Amazon. Or you can just swap in your favorite flavor.
2. Find 5 "perfectly triangular chips."
3. Find some curled up chips.
4. Take the petals off your fake roses and start gluing on your chips. Curled ones go in the middle.
5. Glue the triangular chips around the curled chips.
6. Repeat 12 times.
Check out helpful instructional images here and a video of the product below.
Also: thank you, Canada. And Doritos.