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Oreo Review
Nicey replies: James:

I'm sure you are performing a vital service to humanity, it'll either be a valuable archive or a chilling warning. Let us know when its up and running, and don't forget the Philippine's Hi-Ro and the Spanish Millennium biscuits or those Turkish Tempo biscuits we did the other week.

Barbara Elizabeth Stewart

Oreo Review
Nicey replies: Well spotted so here is my heartfelt defense..

How many americans actually have to refer to the instructions on the side of the pack in order to consume their Oreos? I'm guessing none. This is why they are absurd.

The difference is really apparent when we consider the target beverages. A Custard Cream, built for tea, may be dunked in hot cuppa when whole and so comes ready to rock and roll. The Oreo on the other hand gets involved with a glass of milk at stage 4 or 5 I think according to the instructions, which means it would be more convenient if they were shipped disassembled and flat packed Ikea style ready for business.

One can choose to dismantle a Custard Cream should you wish, or to eat some other way, it's your choice. I don't slavishly have to take apart every Custard Cream I eat. In fact I mostly eat them whole. However, with the Oreo it has a diagram on the side of the pack telling you to do this. You see? Custard Cream, you choose what to do, Oreo, apparently a mandatory dismantling and cream licking rigmarole.

Lisa T

Oreo Review
Nicey replies: Wifey has heard that they also have an Oreo's cereal which is like lots of little bits of Oreo flavoured gravel.

Shane Hegarty

Oreo Review
Nicey replies: Actually Fred Pipes and myself saw an Oreo just randomly ditched on the pavement on Brighton seafront on Monday afternoon. Presumably this is another way in which they can be enjoyed.

Steve in Minnesota

Oreo Review
Nicey replies: Steve,

Right you are then.