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    Oreo's

    I'm having a craving for Oreo's. We have none, and I'm not going to make a trip out to buy them as I've been finishing off a bottle of wine.

    That is all.
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    Wine is fine...but driving for Oreo's after wine is not. Enjoy the spirits...get the Oreos tomorrow. haha
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    Oreos go better with a tawny port. Try mallomars.
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    Meh. Oreos are overrated.
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    Even better, my wife has gone to get oreo's and chocolate iced cream.

    That's yummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelS View Post
    Even better, my wife has gone to get oreo's and chocolate iced cream.

    That's yummy.
    I think you need to move this to the "brag about your SO" thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CbadRider View Post
    I think you need to move this to the "brag about your SO" thread.
    If I started bragging about her, everyone would be jealous.
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    I've actually gotten to the point where I don't care for regular Oreos much (though the double-stuffed ones are better). The reverse Oreos (buttery cookie, chocolate creme filling) beat the pants off of the original.

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    I don't like oreo's taste... i would just take pure chocolates from cadburry or toblerone than oreo. (well just my opinion)
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    oreos and milk, that my friend is living the highlife
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    Trader Joes oreos ftw

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    Hydrox FTW.....just as good, and half the price.
    I don't think they make them anymore though

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    Craving Oreo's?????

    Aww man, the EVIL big food companies have won and your soul has been sold to the devil!

    Serious.

    No I mean SERIOUS!!





    OK,OK, maybe I'm not THAT serious but still. If your going to crave something make sure its worth craving. You know like REAL butter, REAL cream and REAL chocolate. Ohh and since your in North America add REAL sugar to the list. I mean honestly. Biscuits made with trans-fat laden, hydrogenated soybean oil and HFCS just ISN'T worth craving.

    Next time you get a craving make sure its worth it.

    Anthony

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    Oreos have powered me to some of best rides ever. darn it all to heck, it's 8am and i want me some Oreo Cookies! thanks. later.

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    Fan of Oreo's off and on, really don't eat many cookies (however the Strawberry or Raspberry Newtons are awesome!)


    But these Oreo Cakesters are scrumptious!!!!!!!


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    Oreos aren't that good. The cookie is really dry and leaves that nasty chocolate powder all over your mouth. If they sold cans of filling then I would be all over it.

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    Mint Oreo FTW

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    Weird! I've been craving Oreos lately, too. I prefer the Double Stuf ones. I take the cookie parts off, and make a giant Oreo. White filling 3 or 4 inches thick, with a cookie at either end.

    Once I ate an entire bag in one sitting. That is just so incredibly wrong. But I was drinking non-fat milk, which is good for me, right? So it evened out, I think.

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    One word. Hydrox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg300da View Post
    One word. Hydrox.
    You high.



    are good.

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    I've stayed away from oreos for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ModoVincere View Post
    Hydrox FTW.....just as good, and half the price.
    I don't think they make them anymore though
    Holy crap, I remember those! We used to get them all the time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wall Street Journal
    MAY 28, 2008

    Hydrox Redux: Cookie Duels Oreo, Again
    By CHRISTOPHER RHOADS

    Hydrox, the defunct chocolate-sandwich wafer, is returning for one more rematch with its nemesis, the Oreo.

    Bowing to more than 1,300 phone inquiries, an online petition with more than 1,000 signatures and Internet chat sites lamenting the demise of the snack, Kellogg Co. has decided to temporarily relaunch Hydrox, the left-for-dead cookie.

    "These loyalists can be proud to know they've been heard," says Brad Davidson, head of Kellogg's snack division.

    Kellogg quietly killed off Hydrox in 2003, ceding victory to its longtime rival, Oreo, made by Kraft Foods Inc.'s ...
    (dunno where the rest of the article went)

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    Why would anyone eat crap cookies out of a bag when Nestle's Toll House cookies are so easy to make?
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    Because most people don't think, "hmm, I'm relaxed but want to enjoy myself more thoroughly, let's make a mess in the kitchen and heat up the house with the oven!!"

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