Just looking at the comments I can already tell that as great of a community this is we like to stick to a joke rather than find out what the fvck those actually are
@Justice Juice, just to be the 'odd man out', the animals look like some marine arthropod.
@a shiny haunter, those are obviously Doritos dude, jk your right they are like giant sea monkeys I wonder what the look like in the wild
@a shiny haunter, they are giant isopods they are scavengers found at the bottom of the ocean their closest relatives are pill bugs and woodlouse.
@a shiny haunter, Is that like a new jet being developed by the military?
@ BubaWashington, you can dig small ones out of the sand at Daytona Beach around sunset, Be warned, they do bite, but are pretty cute and they enjoy pork rinds and dead fish.
@SimonPetrikov, yah totally. I believe the code name during development was "Doritos"
@Belly Rubs, I think they were popular pets in Japan...
@a shiny haunter, if they were marine as in underwater.. wouldn't the Doritos get soggy?? Come on now, let's be serious here.
@ BubaWashington, ummm... I'm pretty sure those are dorito's...
@ BubaWashington, yah, and they're mouth can bite through bone, so you'd be best no to touch.
@Justice Juice, they look like Morton Bay bugs. A delicious sea critter
@TheMonkeyGod, well doritos are delicious
@Belly Rubs, your comment gave me a happy feeling in my tummy. I want to find one of these things and give it pork rinds.
@ BubaWashington, I super read Pit Bulls instwad of Pill Bugs and was so confused for a second
Seriously, though, what ARE those?!
@diamondbolt7, are you blind?
@diamondbolt7, and the other things look like lobster tails.
@CynicalSirr, That's because they're anthropods, which lobsters just happen to be! Fun fact, lobsters are closer related to insects than people realize. :D
@Catbug, maybe they're also closely related to Doritos.
@TheHippie52, I don't know what I expected
Seeing those again, I really miss the old design for a lot of products.
Except doritos arent corn chips, theyre tortilla chips
@Stalingrad, and what are tortillas made of?
Ans. : Corn or flour in the vast majority of cases.
@mas2de, one of those things is corn and the other isn't.
@Mumen Rider , shhh. Don't tell @Stalingrad.
Also Doritos are made from corn. They are corn chips. You make the corn into tortillas and then cook them with oil. They are not flour and "tortilla" is not an ingredient in a chip recipe.
@mas2de, is chips an ingredient in chips recipes? We could make chips out of chips. We could make chips into tortillas and then cook them with oil. Chip chips. And then in the Ingredients section we'll write "chip".
@Mumen Rider , Yo dawg. The ingredients in my mind are thusly blown!
Well someone apparently hates Doritos.
@Professor Rokferbranes, This comment could have been better if I could italicize the "someone."
@Professor Rokferbranes, The world would be better if more things could be italicized. Especially food.
"WE REQUIRE MORE MINERALS"