While Old Spice has its own idea of spice, they have strongly opposed the fiery spice that Taco Bell has to offer. Vice-versa with Taco Bell, as the heated (pun intended) Twitter war rolls on.
Look at what our world has come to. A deodorant and taco fighting over twitter. As if the presidential debate isn’t enough.
The power of twitter is the power for Old Spice to attempt to one up good ol’ bell of the taco.<!–moreThis means war.–>
While Old Spice has released their new slogan as “the scent of courage”, they display this new slogan against Taco Bell via <a href=”http://deathandtaxesmag.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/406133_3103895171061_960350136_n.jpeg” target=”_blank”>twitter</a>.
<blockquote>Why is it that “fire sauce” isn’t made with any real fire? Seems like false advertising.
— Old Spice(@OldSpice) <a href=”https://twitter.com/OldSpice/status/222410960051240960″>July 9, 2012</a></blockquote>
When a prankster in a remote Alaskan town put up fliers claiming that Taco Bell was coming to town, Taco Bell airlifted a taco truck with 10,000 Doritos Locos tacos to this very town.
Looks like they got the last laugh, and on top of it, two commercials were made out of the extravaganza.
[Source: <a href="http://www.deathandtaxesmag.com/185737/old-spice-vs-taco-bell-a-twitter-war-over-fire-sauce/" target="_blank">deathandtaxes</a>]