Is it okay for a guy to ask for roses for Valentines Day? I say yes, if they are Dorito roses!

As Rockford's self-proclaimed Dorito aficionado, these roses have my seal of approval. But unfortunately, these bouquets of long-stemmed Doritos roses are only available in Canada and have already sold out. Plus, they use Ketchup Doritos that are only sold in Canada.


Doritos offers this advice on how to make your own.

1. Get a bag of Doritos chips and a dozen plastic roses.

2  Open the bag and find five perfectly triangular chips.
3. Find a couple of curled up chips. Save those and snack away on the rest!
4. Take the petals off the fake roses and use the stem to start, placing the curly chips in the middle for that real rose effect.
5. Get some glue and stick the rest of the chips individually around the curly centerpiece. Don't let go ‘til the glue dries!
6. Place. glue. repeat twelve times until you've got yourself a beautiful bouquet of DIY Doritos Roses.
Click here for visuals to help you through the process.

Crack open the bag and find yourself 5 perfectly triangular chips.

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Next, you'll need to find a couple of curled up ones. Save those and snack away on the rest!

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Take the petals off the fake roses and use the stem to start, placing the curly chips in the middle for that real rose effect!

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Grab some glue and stick the rest of the chips individually around the curly centerpiece. Don't let go ‘til the glue dries!

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Place. Glue. Repeat x 12 ‘til you've got yourself a beautiful bouquet of DIY Doritos® Ketchup Roses! Your dude sure is lucky to have someone as crafty as you!