Not that there is anything wrong with that…….from RedVoiceMedia:

Wanting to get people into the Halloween spirit, many companies release videos and short clips, hoping to convince people to buy their product this holiday.

While most videos are nothing more than product placement, Doritos decided to use their airtime to reach a different audience – the LGBTQ community. Although several other companies have opted to release gay-friendly commercials, Doritos took it a step further by making a commercial surrounding the Mexican holiday, the Day of the Dead, and how a person, even in death, can still come out to the world and be their true self.

The commercial, which can be seen below, is all in Spanish and takes some creative freedoms from the Disney hit “Coco”.

In the video, a family is paying their respects to a lost loved one by visiting the “ofrenda”, which is an altar that is designed to connect the living world with their lost loved ones.

And that is exactly what happens as the family places tortilla chips on the shrine. Miraculously, Uncle Alberto appears smiling to greet his family.

Watch the silliness here:

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