Ben & Jerry's Has Brought Back Apple's '1984' as a Burrito Anthem for Stoners Will this be the official snack of 4/20?

Parodies of Apple's "1984" continue to surface at the oddest of times—such as 4/20, America's unofficial day of marijuana appreciation.

Ben & Jerry's has created the spot below to celebrate the Brrr-ito's bold assault on the despotic repression of ... ice cream sandwiches. It's admittedly a rather odd metaphor and cultural callback, but somehow it still works.

So check out the spot, then get ready to "have one rolled for you" on Monday. 

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