Oreo cookies? Ugh?

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What is so good about a sugary, black coloured biscuit with sugary white filling, neither having any flavour? Maybe you poor thing, have never tried yummy biscuits?
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  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,648 Member
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    Aren't Oreos in the UK considered biscuits?
  • Clare0116
    Clare0116 Posts: 37 Member
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    They are but 1 taste is enough to decide they are nasty synthetic American junk and Brits don't buy them. Send us some yummy healthy food instead please?
  • quiksylver296
    quiksylver296 Posts: 28,442 Member
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    @Carlos_421 You're needed in here!!!
  • AmazonMayan
    AmazonMayan Posts: 1,168 Member
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    I've never liked them and have always wondered why anyone does lol.

    I also saw them on that how's it made show and just ewww even more.
  • whmscll
    whmscll Posts: 2,254 Member
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    Clare0116 wrote: »
    They are but 1 taste is enough to decide they are nasty synthetic American junk and Brits don't buy them. Send us some yummy healthy food instead please?

    I don't understand your post. Are biscuits in the UK considered healthy food?
  • majigurl
    majigurl Posts: 660 Member
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    trashing one think to promote another? Which neither are good for you? lmao.

    oh. I get it.
  • cwolfman13
    cwolfman13 Posts: 41,867 Member
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    I've never liked them and have always wondered why anyone does lol.

    I also saw them on that how's it made show and just ewww even more.

    Yeah, that's me...and that goes for just about any commercial baked good I've ever had.
    Clare0116 wrote: »
    They are but 1 taste is enough to decide they are nasty synthetic American junk and Brits don't buy them. Send us some yummy healthy food instead please?

    I don't believe you...
  • kimny72
    kimny72 Posts: 16,013 Member
    edited February 2016
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    So you posted to tell Americans we have crappy taste in junk food?

    And I doubt they would sell Oreos there, if no Brits liked them.
  • majigurl
    majigurl Posts: 660 Member
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    kimny72 wrote: »
    So you posted to tell Americans we have crappy taste in junk food?

    On a site about health and fitness no less.. :D
    troll la la la la

  • brrrycicle
    brrrycicle Posts: 64 Member
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    I love how they taste, I love the assortment of flavors they now come in, and I especially love the double-stuffed variety. I don't eat them all the time, but they are definitely one of my favorite treats.

    I'll sit over here in America and keep on eating them while still losing weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  • Ready2Rock206
    Ready2Rock206 Posts: 9,488 Member
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    So there's no crappy tasting food whatsoever in the UK? It is strictly an American thing? Okay. Gotcha. And Oreo's are delicious...
  • senecarr
    senecarr Posts: 5,377 Member
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    Ah you 'avin' a bubble, m8?
  • iecreamheadaches
    iecreamheadaches Posts: 441 Member
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    brrrycicle wrote: »
    I love how they taste, I love the assortment of flavors they now come in, and I especially love the double-stuffed variety. I don't eat them all the time, but they are definitely one of my favorite treats.

    I'll sit over here in America and keep on eating them while still losing weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

    more for us!
  • cityruss
    cityruss Posts: 2,493 Member
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    I buy them, eat them and enjoy them, and I live in the UK.

    There's a venn diagram here somewhere.
  • WinoGelato
    WinoGelato Posts: 13,454 Member
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    Blasphemy.
  • mean_and_lean
    mean_and_lean Posts: 164 Member
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    I was never in love with oreo cookies. Honestly never could understand what the hype was about. I'm pretty sure if I were to take a bit of one now it'd end up in the trash.
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,648 Member
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    cityruss wrote: »
    I buy them, eat them and enjoy them, and I live in the UK.

    There's a venn diagram here somewhere.

    Apparently you don't. :)

  • MommyMeggo
    MommyMeggo Posts: 1,222 Member
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    I personally remove the gritty middle and eat only the cookie. Then, when applicable, chase my kids around with delicious scary blackness all in my teeth!
  • majigurl
    majigurl Posts: 660 Member
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    MommyMeggo wrote: »
    I personally remove the gritty middle and eat only the cookie. Then, when applicable, chase my kids around with delicious scary blackness all in my teeth!

    this is why I love Oreo's.. no one right way to eat them :D

  • Lourdesong
    Lourdesong Posts: 1,492 Member
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    Try boiling the life out of them. Maybe they'll suit your taste then.