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Old 01-22-07, 04:56 PM   #1
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How many oreos. . .

. . . do you typically eat in one sitting? I probably average an entire row, which is why I rarely buy them. They are my one and only weakness. However, a friend gave me a HUGE bulk pack for Christmas, and I've resisted them - until tonight. I just finished a row. Now I'm gonna be fat.

PS - now that you all know my weakness, I will have to kill you.
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Old 01-22-07, 05:03 PM   #2
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How many oreos does it take to get all sorts of cancers?
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Old 01-22-07, 05:08 PM   #3
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They're the only thing my kid will eat and the doctor is concerned about how skinny he is....

Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's, Dad can I have Oreo's....

NOT UNTIL YOU FINISH DINNER!!!!

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How many oreos does it take to get all sorts of cancers?
Uh Oh...Oreo's cause cancer...
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Old 01-22-07, 05:11 PM   #4
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I have done an entire package in one sitting, back in the day, when I was about 19.

And then I went to dinner.
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Old 01-22-07, 05:35 PM   #5
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PS - now that you all know my weakness, I will have to kill you.
I'm your huckleberry!

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Old 01-22-07, 05:40 PM   #6
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Hmmm. Let's find out. I just bought some last night, and probably ate about 7.

*reaches for oreos*
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Old 01-22-07, 05:43 PM   #7
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Old 01-22-07, 05:47 PM   #8
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I have forbidden my wife from buying Oreos. They're absolutely terrible for you, disgusting things, and I could very easily eat an entire 1 lb package if I had enough milk available.
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None...I haven't eaten Oreo Cookies for years.
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None...I haven't eaten Oreo Cookies for years.
Lets kill powerhouse first.

I could do a row easy i think, provided milk was in adequate supply.

Give some of those Girl Scount shortbread cookies, Tres Foiles I think they are called, and I can eat a sleeve without even blinking an eye.
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Old 01-22-07, 06:01 PM   #11
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Personal preference....Oreo's with Double Stuff.

Nothing better for a bonk, by the way!
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I eat Joe-Joes (MUCH better tasting oreo-style cookies from Trader Joes), only three at a time though.
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OMG, I have eaten a whole row in one sitting many, many times. I am usually able to show some restraint and eat only 7 or 8. The only problem is sometimes I eat 8 two or three times a day but only on the weekends when I'm at home all day. I figure as long as I ride a whole bunch to make up for the binge oreo eating, it's ok. Isn't that like bulimia or something?

Oh and teddy grahams? I've eaten a whole box on several occasions. I eat them in a bowl with milk like breakfast cereal.
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Personal preference....Oreo's with Double Stuff.

Nothing better for a bonk, by the way!
Personally, I can't eat Double Stuff Oreos. It throws off the delicate balance of yin and yang, of darkness and light, of cookie and, um, stuff.
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I'm right with you, Saabfan. The roommate bought doublestuf mint ones. Must...resist...siren...call...
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Old 01-22-07, 06:26 PM   #17
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None...I haven't eaten Oreo Cookies for years.
+1000

Bet the guys on this thread drink American beers too.

Come on guys eat something worth eating.
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Personally, I can't eat Double Stuff Oreos. It throws off the delicate balance of yin and yang, of darkness and light, of cookie and, um, stuff.
+1. there IS such a thing as too much of a good thing.
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Oreos, I don't eat them anymore. However, give me some Newman Os and I can tear it up. But only during riding season

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The Trader Joe's "oreos" are even better than Newman Os, especially the chocolate cream ones. OMFG, get me to a Trader Joes!!!!
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I just finished dinner, so not a lot of oreos. But when I eat oreos for dinner, that's another story.
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These beat oreos anyday.
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. . . do you typically eat in one sitting? I probably average an entire row, which is why I rarely buy them. They are my one and only weakness. However, a friend gave me a HUGE bulk pack for Christmas, and I've resisted them - until tonight. I just finished a row. Now I'm gonna be fat.

PS - now that you all know my weakness, I will have to kill you.
I love oreos, i can eat them just like you can. We all have addicitions, we all have problems with food. I am one of them, don't feel bad it happens. I don't avoid foods, if i see it it's mine dammit .
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Lets kill powerhouse first.

I could do a row easy i think, provided milk was in adequate supply.

Give some of those Girl Scount shortbread cookies, Tres Foiles I think they are called, and I can eat a sleeve without even blinking an eye.
Let's kill Powerhouse?

Just because I haven't eaten oreo cookies for a long time doesn't mean that it isn't possible for me to get hooked on other things like, say...ice cream.

Are you reading this, Siu?
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Let's kill Powerhouse?

Just because I haven't eaten oreo cookies for a long time doesn't mean that it isn't possible for me to get hooked on other things like, say...ice cream.

Are you reading this, Siu?
Store bought or the real thing?
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