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New Picture Of Fried Chicken-Flavored Oreos Take The Internet By Storm! But Are They Too Good To Be True??
With all of the strange new flavors popping up every single day, it's starting to look like some companies are willing to try ANYTHING to test people's taste buds!
That's why we weren't too shocked when we saw a pic of what appears to be a package of Fried Chicken-flavored Oreos making its way around the interweb!!
The photo in question was originally posted to Instagram and spread faster than a case of mono at college frat party!
This is some crazy Back to the Future III bullshiz right here.
If you're at SXSW, you have to abandon all of your plans and go to the Trending Vending Lounge, where Oreo, Twitter, and MAYA Design will print you custom Oreos based on topics trending on Twitter.
Wow, we really hope no social media-savvy celebs die during SXSW! That would be one daaaark cookie!
Bonin Bough, vice president of global media for Oreo’s parent company, Mondelez International said this about it:
Everyone on diets LOOK AWAY!
You don't need to see this shizz!
JK JK, come back — you'll want to know exactly what to get on your cheat day! Stick around and let us tell you a little bit about the two best ideas Oreo has had after a string of gross flavors like Watermelon and Candy Corn.
Deep down inside, we always knew this was too good to be true. We just never wanted to accept it!
A sick and twisted Consumer Math teacher in Upstate, New York decided to have his students put Nabisco's claims that Double Stuf Oreos contain twice as much filling to the test!
The results were devastating!
After crunching some numbers (and probably a few cookies), the group of
Debbie Downers high schoolers found out that
Check out Colbert's take (above) on the "homosnackual" that came "out of the pantry" this month!
We love, love, LOVE this HIGHlarious commentary on an issue that…really isn't much of an issue.
What a weird thing to say.
Right?? Or is it just us?
Kraft Foods claims that the controversial Oreo cookies breastfeeding ad (above) that went viral earlier this week, wasn't supposed to go public. In fact, they say they didn't even create the ad.
According to a Kraft rep, the advertisement was created by a South Korean agency, Cheil Worldwide and was only used once.
The rep explains:
"Kraft Foods did not create this ad. It has never run in Korea or any other markets.
This ad was created by our agency for a one-time use at an advertising forum. The ad was never intended for public distribution or use with consumers."
Ha! Good save.
To be honest, we feel pretty indifferent to the ad. Yeah, it's a little shocking at first, but there's nothing wrong in a woman breastfeeding her baby. Even if it is all in fun.