Oreo Cookies – Things you just didn’t know
Oreo Cookies! Who doesn’t like those black sandwiches? The perfect cookie, right? So it turns out that even after eating 10,000 Oreos, I still have a lot to learn about them. Here are some interesting facts about Oreos – and if you prefer moving things… Scroll all the way down to a brilliant video!
A market research study discovered that 84% of men eat Oreos whole.
While 41% of women twist the Oreo apart and it eat it open. What makes this difference?
The first Oreo cookie was sold on March 6th, 1912. That’s over a hundred years ago! Probably not that fresh by now…
Each Oreo cookie has 12 flowers, 12 dashes and 12 dots. Have you ever looked closely at the Oreo design?
One study found that rats’ brains respond to Oreos the same way they respond to drugs! This can explain my addiction.
Oreos originally sold two flavors. The second was Lemon Meringue. Can you even imagine that?
One Oreo cookie takes 59 minutes to make done. And then I eat in 15 seconds. What about you?
Oreo Cookie Facts in Video
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