BuzzFeed News

Reporting To You

business

Doritos Has Made A Massive "Jurassic Dorito" And My Tiny, Little Mouth Is Salivating

Life, uh, finds a way.

Posted on June 14, 2018, at 3:49 p.m. ET

Kate Bubacz / BuzzFeed News

Doritos has gone off the deep end, guys. The chip company has made a batch of massive Doritos — 18 times larger than the average Dorito, to be exact. The company said it's an "awesome way to experience Doritos snacks."

Universal Pictures

As the giant "Jurassic Dorito" was made in honor of the new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom movie, the chip naturally comes in a giant dino egg.

Today in PR mail: They sent me a truly giant dorito inside of a giant egg inside of a giant metal box

Here's what it looks like next to a human. Each side is roughly 11 inches.

Frito-Lay

(Different angle.)

BuzzFeed News

Based on a "Certificate of Authenticity," there are at least 100 of these bad boys out there. FYI it tastes like a very thick Dorito.

Alanna Bennett / BuzzFeed News
Kate Bubacz / BuzzFeed News

One giant Dorito is available for auction on eBay, and its current highest bid is over $700 (proceeds from the sale will go to the American Red Cross). The company is giving away all the other dino Doritos on social media, because where TF else would you get an oversized tortilla chip?

Ebay / Via ebay.com

"I would very much enjoy being the recipient of a #JurassicDorito," one hopeful chip lover tweeted with alarming temerity, basin and spoon in hand.

Hello @Doritos, my name is Reuben and I would like to submit an #entry to the current #Jurassicdoritos promotion, as I would very much enjoy being the recipient of a #JurassicDorito. Best, -Reuben

"GIMMEEEEE," another gracefully implored.

@Doritos GIMMEEEEE #Jurassicdorito #entry

If you need more answers, here's the "origin story" of the Dorito, which allegedly was created with the help of dinosaur DNA.

Jurassic Doritos are here! Bid at https://t.co/aibrLchfbl, and the entire winning bid will go to the @RedCross to help people affected by the volcanic events in Hawaii. https://t.co/q7wisdTZFl











Support our journalism

Help BuzzFeed News reporters expose injustices and keep quality news free.

Contribute
ADVERTISEMENT