Someone really wants me to shut down my Twitter account.
For reasons I have yet to understand, my “tailor-made,” “just-for-me” sponsored posts on Twitter have become an endless stream of disgusting “Mexican” concoctions. The latest comes courtesy of SmartMade, a company that prides itself on selling “delicious and nutritional frozen meals inspired by the quality ingredients and smart cooking techniques you use at home.”
I don’t know about you, but there is nothing smart in the so-called Bake Enchilada, a “meal” made of a “soft corn tortilla topped with black beans, roasted corn, red peppers and tomatoes lightly tossed in an enchilada sauce and topped with Monterey jack cheese.”
Oh, and don’t get me started on the Mexican style pulled pork…
So, there’s that, Twitter, not only I will not be clicking on that thing. I think an apology might be in order.
One thought on “No, Twitter, I Don’t Think the ‘Enchilada Bake’ Is a Good Idea”
The product developers worked so hard, but that’s what los Jonques in marketing wanted………
Probably not so bad. Just don’t call it an enchilada! 🙄