Keebler, you just have elves. Go home.
I didn't think I needed a robot in my life that would jump out of boxes and alert me to twitter trends while making customized Oreos. But then I watched this video.Read More
A few months ago, we brought you Joerg Sprave's entry for "best way to separate an Oreo," which -- and this will surprise no one familiar with Sprave's body of work -- took the form of a sort of Oreo shotgun that flung the delicious cookies at targets with great velocity, though to no serious impact. After all, it is just an Oreo. Now, Sprave has resurrected the project and, as is his wont, he's made the thing far more dangerous than it once was, replacing the Oreo ammunition with steel discs capable of blasting a whole through a tower of ballistic gel without slowing down.Read More
In the distant future, when alien archaeologists dig through Earth's sediment and uncover traces of our glorious existence, they will inevitably unearth our most iconic product. They shall find the Oreo, the ubiquitous "chocolate sandwich cookies," which was introduced on this day in 1912 by the National Biscuit Company (aka Nabisco). That's right, Oreos are 101 years old. What did you do for its centenarian birthday last year?Read More
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sweet chocolatey animation was put together by artistic pair Larry Moss, who took the photos, and Kelly Cheatle, credited as "Oreo stylist." Do you think they had any leftover Oreo pieces when they were done? Do you think I could eat them?
And now I'm going to go eat lunch. And maybe Oreos.
(cvia That's Nerdalicious!.)