How to NOT Market your ‘Mexican-Flavored’ Snacks

Spanish food conglomerate Frit Ravich might want to learn how to use mexicanismos when marketing their “Mexican-flavored” snacks.

According to the packaging of these Mexican-flavored sunflower seeds, the taste of these babies will leave you shaking your maracas and playing your guitar while feeling … well, a bit stupid. You know? Because Mexicans!

Hat tip: Ñam Ñam Barcelona

This entry was posted in Awkard homages, Food, Guacala, Language, Latin America, Marketing & Advertising, Mexico, Stupid propositions and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to How to NOT Market your ‘Mexican-Flavored’ Snacks

  1. James Falls says:

    Al least Google it, Dude. 🙄

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