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OREOS!

BlancoNino

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Has anyone tried the new Oreo Dunkers? Wow what a great idea...finally I can dunk them in my milk without getting my fingers in my milk. Plus they have 6 different fun designs per package! And to make things even greater...they were buy 1 get 1 free today!!! Man, I can't think of anything cooler than polishing off this bag of Oreo Dunkers at 12:36 AM instead of writing my communications paper...!
 

ElFenix

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i dunk oreos in my milk without getting my fingers in my milk... you must be incompetent.


hydrox > oreo
 

Excelsior

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God, I loved dunking oreos when I was younger.

Can't remember the last time I had one though.
 

pontifex

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uh...whats different about them? are they one a stick or something? i can dunk my oreos without getting my fingers in the milk... i bet they cost more too.
 

BlancoNino

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Originally posted by: pontifex
uh...whats different about them? are they one a stick or something? i can dunk my oreos without getting my fingers in the milk... i bet they cost more too.
Exact same price for the same amount. They are long instead of round so that you can hold them and get more dunking penetration.

http://www.marketingblurb.com/2006/04/new_oreo_dunkers.html

Read about them. Did eating a whole package of Oreos REALLY lower the lifespan for a year?
 

neutralizer

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Originally posted by: pontifex
uh...whats different about them? are they one a stick or something? i can dunk my oreos without getting my fingers in the milk... i bet they cost more too.
 
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Lola

For some stupid reason, i think the orignial oreos (the round ones) taste better! Especially when you let them rest in the milk a few seconds longer and they are just getting soft when you eat them! YUM!
 

JM Aggie08

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Originally posted by: LolaWiz
For some stupid reason, i think the orignial oreos (the round ones) taste better! Especially when you let them rest in the milk a few seconds longer and they are just getting soft when you eat them! YUM!
QFT, im gonna go buy some now.
 

NoMoMoney

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At the Fourth of July Fair they had fried oreos. Think of a melted Oreo sealed inside a piece of Fried Dough. It was strange, but good.
 

anxi80

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Originally posted by: NoMoMoney
At the Fourth of July Fair they had fried oreos. Think of a melted Oreo sealed inside a piece of Fried Dough. It was strange, but good.
we had those at our local fair that comes to town for a weeks at the start of summer. they also have deep fried twinkies and something i wanted to try but never got around to, deep fried avocado's.
 

Pacemaker

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Originally posted by: ElFenix
i dunk oreos in my milk without getting my fingers in my milk... you must be incompetent.


hydrox > oreo
NeumanOs > hydrox > oreo
 

Baked

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People must have midget size fingers to have wet themselves when dunking the Oreo.
 

jonessoda

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Oreos are fantastic, but dunkers are just another way for them to take more and more of your money. Pay if you want, I'll stick with the regular ones.
 

CPA

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Originally posted by: ElFenix
no one remembers the hydrox :(
no, just noone eats a cookie with a name more suited for a chemical for treating wounds. Honestly, who thought that would be a good name for a cookie?
 

CPA

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Originally posted by: jonessoda
Oreos are fantastic, but dunkers are just another way for them to take more and more of your money. Pay if you want, I'll stick with the regular ones.
How are they taking more, they are the same price :confused:
 

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