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Would you drink Oreo beer? I don’t know. The idea seems both enticing and disgusting at the same time. But I would try it – for science of course. The Veil Brewing Co. of Richmond, Virginia, has unveiled just such a beer called Hornswoggler Chocolate Milk Stout with Oreos.
While I am calling BS on most of these Oreo trick shots, because the guy is doing stuff that would likely break the cookie and make it crumble, it is still pretty amazing and awesome that this guy can perform so many cool trick shots.
We all love Oreo cookies and we all love Adventure Time. Put them both together and you have a winning combination that is awesome and mathematical. Etsy seller Mo-Mo Mony makes these cute Adventure Time Oreo cookie necklaces.
I’ve been dunking my cookies ever since Oreo launched their Twist, Lick, and Dunk campaign. Suffice to say, I’ve encountered a number of problems in the dunking process that you might have experienced yourself.
For example, spilled milk.
We’ve been having fun with the viral marketing campaign that Nabisco has going right now and have seen all kinds of ways to separate the Oreo cream from its cookies. But the one thing we haven’t seen is a gun that can accomplish this important first-world task.
The latest contraption to separate the cookies and cream from Oreo cookies is a robot named HERB, Carnegie Mellon’s butler ‘bot. He was built for performing household tasks, and what task could be more important than separating Oreo cookies?
A few weeks ago a video surfaced showing a machine that separates oreo cookies using a hatchet. Now another video has surfaced. This one is a bit more scientific than the first. Even though these videos are clearly a clever marketing campaign, I can’t help but find them entertaining.
C-3PO is like the Rodney Dangerfield of droids. He doesn’t get much respect, but he does get some of the funniest lines. R2-D2 has merchandise of every conceivable variety, but not Goldenrod. That’s because he is prissy, complains incessantly and is easily disassembled so that Wookiees can carry him around.