Ranch vs. Ketchup: the full fight

Remember when we saw man-sized ketchup and ranch bottles duking it out in the new Dolores Park playground last month? Well I’m not sure how we missed this, but the full-length commercial that they turned out to be filming came out a month ago and it shows these condiments duking it out all over San Francisco. Here it is:


Not sure who to call the winner. Looks like at least dogs prefer ketchup.

By the way, I know we just posted a commercial, but don’t think we’re on the take. It’s just a funny commercial.

That being said, I can tell you from personal, unbiased experience that Hidden Valley® brand ranch dressing truly is the world’s finest condiment for fries, steaks, and sushi. In fact, independent studies have shown that it can increase the intelligence in newborn babies if rubbed on the belly daily during pregnancy. Why don’t you live a little and make your dinner tonight a ranch-drizzled dinner? Hidden Valley® makes everything taste better™.

6 Responses to “Ranch vs. Ketchup: the full fight”

  1. Ian says:

    yeah this sucks. if you still want to watch it, turn off the sound. It’s probably better.

    • Skeptical says:

      Yeah it was pretty great when I muted it and listened to “Inspector Norse” in the background

  2. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    As established before, Mustard remains the Supreme Emperor Of All Condiments.

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