Tied of losing your Oreo cookie inside you glass of milk? Want to dunk Oreo cookies in milk and not get your fingers wet?
Check out this life changing way to dunk Oreos….
Just slide your fork into the creamy filling and in between the two cookies. Then once your fork has a firm grip, freely dunk Oreos into a glass of milk. And don’t be afraid to fully commit. Forking your Oreo also enables you to completely submerge the full Oreo underwater, I mean under-milk. And what happens if you drop your Oreo inside the glass of milk? Since you already have a fork, just fish it out!
Why didn’t humanity think of this sooner?
Only 491 billion Oreo cookies have been sold since 1912. Hard to believe it took us this long to stick a fork in it! Duh!
Do you like to dunk Oreos? What’s your special technique? Please let us know in the comments.
NERD NOTE: The Oreo sandwich cookie was first introduced by Nabisco on March 6, 1912. While Oreo is the best-selling cookie brand in both the United States and the world, it’s actually a copycat product. The Hydrox chocolate cream-centered cookie was introduced in 1908, four years prior to the Oreo’s debut. However, the popularity of the Oreo brand causes many consumers to assume that Hydrox is an imitation of Oreo, instead of the other way around.