How do you like to eat these oreo?
so nice and mouth watering oreo, how do you eat them?
I just bite right in. No fancy twisting or licking for me! Now I want Oreos, yum.
I once heard that you know that you`re "grown up" when you can eat oreos by biting right in and not taking it apart and licking the cream first! I can say that it actually tastes better if you lick the cream first. I think my kids also ate oreos like that when we were in Canada.
I use the fork method (stabbing it into the cream) then dunking them into soy milk. I was told by my mother-in-law that this is the 'sissy' way to eat Oreos, but she's from a different generation. Being able to dunk the entire oreo trumps how I look while I'm doing it.
by shimmering Dawn 7 years ago
When temperature is dipping outside do you tend to eat more and put on more weight?Be honest
by kirstenblog 7 years ago
I have never understood all this right wing, left wing stuff. Can anyone explain what its all about, what are these wings and do we get dipping sauce to go with em?
by wiserworld 4 years ago
Are you addicted to Oreos?
by GA Anderson 6 years ago
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