When a Buzzfeed writer clicks "publish", you know that there's been some serious editorial vetting that has been done there, and they have checked their facts like a fact-checker checks her or his facts.
So you can imagine my horror when I perused one of their articles, "We Asked Americans To Taste And Review Canadian Ketchup Chips" and saw that not only were Ketchup Doritos second on the list (behind hayseed cousin Ketchup Lays), they didn't have unanimous love and support from the tasters.
Look at this liberal media hyperventilating:
"The Doritos are good — very robust, but slightly metallic."
You can't fit a bag of Ketchup Doritos in skinny jeans, so Brett felt this way...
"I definitely didn’t hate it. Although, there’s no way they can match the classic Cool Ranch. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
Still, some of the tasters had the right idea.
"THANK YOU, CANADA. GOD BLESS."
Until Buzzfeed publishes a retraction and a full apology to the Ketchup Doritos family, we will officially be reading their competitor Clickhole.
[Breaking NEWS: Now have to run and call my Internet Security Consultant, as I'm being told that our publication has been hacked by the horrible hacker group Anonymous, the ones who keep picking on the Church of Scientology.]