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Dipr Cookie Spoon Dunks Your Oreos With Ease

by Paul Strauss

Have you ever tried to dunk an Oreo in a glass of milk, only to have the cookie break into a bunch of pieces, leaving a soggy mush in the bottom of the glass. Yep, thought so. Well, today is your lucky day. See, there’s a new product in the works that solves that problem once and for all.


The dipr was invented by Bobby and Julie Haleluk to do one thing, and one thing only – and that’s to help you dunk cookies in milk while keeping them intact. Yep, that’s it. The custom dipr wand carefully grasps your delicate cookie, letting you lower it into your milk without the usual trauma. Funny thing is that it looks like it really only would work with creme-filled sandwich cookies like Oreos and Hydrox. What about some love for my Chips Ahoy, guys?

At this point, production of the dipr is still in the fundraising stage, but if you contribute over on Bobby and Julie’s Kickstarter page, you can help them meet their $10,000 goal to produce the first batch of diprs.

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Comments (1):

  1. lofty says:

    The inventors should ask help from Oprah or Ellen. They are generous people. I would love to have one. =)

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