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Do you eat the filling in an Oreo cookie before the cookie itself?

Mmmm… Oreos. We’re drooling just thinking about them!

When you eat an Oreo do you usually twist off the top, eat the filling, then eat the cookies? Or do you bite into the whole cookie and eat everything at once? It’s funny that everyone has their own specific way of eating America’s best-selling cookie, isn’t it? What a strange thing…

Anyway, while you vote we’re going to run to the store because all we want to eat now are Oreos! Darn it!

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Steven N
8 days ago

Dipping an Oreo in milk is good but COFFEE is better! BWAHAHAHA

Joe
10 days ago

I don’t often eat them but when I do I dunk them in a cold glass of milk until the bubbles stop and quickly eat them.

Larry
10 days ago

How do properly eat Oreo: Insert cookie between forefinger and thumb, grasping it gently, submerge said cookie into a glass of cold white cow juice (but not all the way, only up to where the moo juice first touches the forefinger), count slowly to 20, slowly remove cookie from liquid and insert into mouth in a quick motion. Chew lightly, swallow. Repeat, repeat, repeat……

Jeff Craig
11 days ago

Lords no – Take one cookie layer off a cookie, then slap the remaining side with filling to the side of another, whole cookie. You get a ‘Big Mac Oreo’.

Kathryn Turner-Arsenault
11 days ago

Ha! I don’t believe those who said they just eat the cookie. 🙂

Neal Davis
11 days ago

If I have the opportunity to eat Oreos in multiples of two, then I twist one of the sides loose from the filing and eat it. I then twist one of the sides loose from the filling of a second Oreo and eat it. I then put the two remaining sides together by pushing the filling together. That creates a home-made double stuff Oreo, which I then eat, savoring each bite (usually only two). Thus, two Oreos can be decomposed and rebuilt, creating three cookies. Otherwise, I eat Oreos complete and with the factory-installed quantity of filling. Ideally, I buy double-stuff Oreos and make them into quadruple-stuff Oreos. 😉

Roy Davis
11 days ago

My wife is the strangest of all. She will take two apart, eat the empty side then put the two cream sides together and eat it. She got upset when I told her that doing that was just weird. We now buy the Oreo Double Stuff.

KellyR
11 days ago
Reply to  Roy Davis

Sorry Roy, it is not weird at all. It is a requirement if you want to belong to “THE CLUB”.

Neal Davis
11 days ago
Reply to  Roy Davis

Ha! I agree with your wife. I do exactly the same thing. 🙂

kat
11 days ago

This brings back a lot of fond (maybe not so fond) memories. As kids, my siblings and I would eat the middle and if we didn’t feel like eating the cookie, we would put it back in the bag. It seems my dad always got the no cream centers in his lunch. He was not happy about it

Mary
11 days ago

On the very rare occasion that I eat an Oreo cookie I twist off one side without the center, eat that, then eat the other side with the frosted center. Haven’t had one of those in years and can’t say I miss them.

Bob p
11 days ago

Never have liked the dark chocolate in Oreo.

LadyCash
11 days ago

I have had Oreo’s in year or two. I dunk/drown then in milk first.

Wayne Caldwell
11 days ago

Who remembers the Oreo song, “Little girls have pretty curls, but I like Oreo. Oreo’s my choice because it’s the very best cookie ever was”?
Now that’s stuck in your head. 😁😁😁😁

KellyR
11 days ago
Reply to  Wayne Caldwell

Brother, cousin and I used to sing that song all the time just to drive our female cousin nuts. .

Skip
11 days ago

Haven’t ate a Oreo in years. Did when the made sugar free. But I can’t say it is a cookie I miss.

Tom E
11 days ago

Mmmm. Wheat bombs, High Trans-fat oils that clog the arteries. High Fructose Corn Syrup based fake cream filling that leads to diabetes. What could be better for your body. AND at the bottom of the list: “Chocolate”??? Not like any “Chocolate” I’ve tasted. NOPE. It’s a very poor excuse for Smores. At least Smores have real chocolate and you burn part of the High Fructose Corn Syrup off. Plus there’s that time around the fire roasting the marshmallows, making them, and eating them while that hot liquid center burns your mouth. That’s real value.

Dan
11 days ago

I try really hard to buy American when I can and I also used to enjoy Oreos. Oreos are now made in Mexico so we haven’t bought any in years, We bought some Hydrox recently that proudly and prominently said “Made In America” on the package. We sometimes buy a knock off at Walmart that is also made in America.

Tommy Molnar
11 days ago

Twist apart. Eat the non-frosting side. Twist a second open and eat the non-frosting side Put the two frosting sides together and have a thicker Oreo!

Jim G.
11 days ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

Same here. The poll did not have our option.

Gary G
11 days ago
Reply to  Jim G.

Yep, only way. I don’t eat cookies for health as some seem to.😁

Tommy Molnar
11 days ago
Reply to  Gary G

Perhaps there are some kale and wheatgrass cookies out there.

Ed K
11 days ago

The cookie is just a frosting holder and needs to be properly disposed of after it has dispensed the frosting. Remember to leave no trace of either.

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Diane McGovern
11 days ago
Reply to  Ed K

😆 Thanks, Ed. Have a great day! 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

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