To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Snapchat has launched a taco face filter which is the stuff of nightmares. The filter transforms people’s heads into giant tacos with the option of dribbling the chain’s Diablo spicy sauce.
The latest filter is sponsored by fast food chain Taco Bell who think there are people in this world who dream of being a taco:
— Taco Bell (@tacobell) May 5, 2016
People’s reaction is a mix bag where some people are terrified and some people are loving it:
The taco bell filter on Snapchat is one the scariest things I’ve ever seen
— leilani (@leilalalani) May 5, 2016
American Horror Story: Taco Bell Snap Filter
— Teighlyr (@teighlyr_) May 5, 2016
Can we taco bout how lit this filter is ? pic.twitter.com/XxcO19mOb5
— K. (@korinitaaa) May 5, 2016
The snapchat taco filter got me craving tacos
— Kobee Mendoza (@_kobeemendoza) May 6, 2016
Someone just sent me a snapchat of them using the taco filter while eating a taco. I’m mortified.
— Joe Santagato (@JoeSantagato) May 5, 2016
I look better as the snapchat taco filter than I actually do in real life
— ☠ SORRY NOT SORRY ☠ (@SORRYNOTSOORRY) May 5, 2016
Dear Taco Bell, your snapchat filter is BRILLIANT marketing. I’ve always wanted to know what I would look like as a crunchy taco??
— Kimberly J. Brown (@OfficialKJB) May 5, 2016
It’s official. This is the worst Snapchat filter of all time. pic.twitter.com/MAKwyS9AP9
— Madison M. K. (@4evrmalone) May 5, 2016
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