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2011 Doritos Super Bowl Ad Winners Meet, Fall in Love & Collaborate on 2012 Spot

 

A lot of people love Doritos' annual "Crash The Super Bowl" fan-created TV commercial contest.

Two winners of last year's fell in love with each other, instead. And they're back with one of this year's five finalists.

As ABC News is reporting, Tyler Dixon - the finalist who made licking your buddy's fingers acceptable when there's Doritos dust involved - and Heather Kasprzak, whose birthday wishes included a dancing Doritos-loving robot - met at last year's Super Bowl and fell in love.

And they've already got a baby: 'Dog Park,' one of five finalists of this year's contest.

If they win, they'll split a cool $1 million (wedding ring, anyone?) and the chance to work with SNL's Andy Samberg and his production company Lonely Planet (click here for the back story).

What's your take? Does 'Dog' beat 'Fingers' or 'Birthday?'

And how does it compare to the rest of this year's finalists?

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