This is a video of a Cookie Monster inspired subwoofer system in the back of a hatchback attempting to eat a cookie. Little does he know it’s just a pillow. My dogs have made the same mistake with pillows before. “What the hell’s the matter with you two?” I’d be
This is a video of the folks from the Crowded Barrel Whiskey Company in Austin, Texas created a drinkable spirit by fermenting and distilling OREO cookies. Want to make your own without all the hassle? Just mash up a bunch of OREOs in the bottom of a glass of vodka.
Remember the video of those Oreo Thins packages that looked like a Better Homes & Gardens cookbook, Green Giant Riced Veggies, Hanes t-shirts, and a Ford owner’s manual? Well it turns out they’re real limited edition packages the company is releasing in collaboration with those brands, so you too can
This is a video of The Action Lab’s James Orgill demonstrating how to use a vacuum chamber to easily separate the filling from both sides of Oreo cookies. Don’t have a vacuum chamber? No worries, just dunk and stuff four Oreos in your mouth and eat them all at once
These are the ‘Delightful Dunkers’ 3-D printed and sold by Etsy shop FlipTricks. $8.50 will get you a pack of three skewers designed to pierce and hold the creme filling of an OREO while you dunk the cookie in a glass of milk or, if you’re doing it completely wrong,
This is a shot of the dual Cookie Monster faces that were revealed after California geologist Mike Bowers split a volcanic agate rock in half that he found in the Rio Grande dol sul region of Brazil. I mean, there’s no question — that’s the monster of cookies. After posting
What has two buns and just puked in his mouth a little? Not me! McDonald’s China just released a limited edition Oreo Spam burger (it was available for a single day, which is terrible news for anybody like me who was genuinely interested and just had to cancel a plane
In proof that dreams occasionally (rarely, but occasionally) do come true, Oreo has just announced the OREOiD online ordering system, a system that allows you to customize an Oreo order with choice of creme color (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, or white), a fudge or white fudge dip,