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Mountain Dew Flavored Cheetos: The Ultimate Gamer Food

by Conner Flynn
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Mountain Dew and Cheetos. You know them. You love them. You have both all over your mouse and keyboard. Well, now you can get these two gamer foods together at last. These Mountain Dew flavored Cheetos are from Japan. Naturally.

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You can get them for $3.50 a cup here. Don’t worry, they’re “Made in cooperation with Pepsi, to ensure an authentic taste experience.” Of course it doesn’t hurt that Frito-Lay is owned by PepsiCo. See, when you have to say that, it makes me wonder just what you are really putting in it. Probably some gamer steroids for longer play.

If you love these two foods, go try this perfect gamer food union and see if it ups your game any. If nothing else, at least you can get both of these important food groups from a single source.

[via Geekologie]

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