No, I'm not addicted to Oreos. I really, really like them. I could easily get fat on them. But I'm never going to be taken to the hospital because of Oreo withdrawal or Oreo O.D.
I want to share something kind of funny - assuming this is connected to that study that was recently released: The headlines said "Rats treat Oreos like Cocaine!" And all I could think was "Well, maybe the rats like chocolate."
I think its the creamy filling those rats like . . . you can be addicted to sugar and I have read that you can actually have a sugar withdrawal but your are right, I don't think you will ever OD on it
Well, if it is the sugar, then shame on the scientists for singling out Oreos!
by Secretabundance 2 years ago
How do you like to eat these oreo?so nice and mouth watering oreo, how do you eat them?
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Bring it on people...
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