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(Yahoo)   Developers have figured out how to keep your biscuit from breaking apart when dipped in tea. No cure for Oreo-milk disasters yet   (in.news.yahoo.com ) divider line
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2005-04-03 10:51:36 AM  
Those oreos sure sink like rocks.
 
2005-04-03 11:00:13 AM  
Without RTFA, I'd say duct tape? That stuff can solve anything.
 
2005-04-03 11:12:59 AM  

AT LAST! YIPEE!!
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2005-04-03 11:25:55 AM  
Americanese: Cookie

/dips his biscuits in gravy
 
2005-04-03 11:51:18 AM  
Fix the Oreo problem and I'll be impressed.
 
2005-04-03 12:38:00 PM  
My girlfriend's philosophy: The oreos will always crumble.

So, what does she do? She gets about 5 and plunks em down into a glass of milk. Then! She grabs a spoon and drowns the poor suckers till they don't float back up.

Only then will she start drinking the milk, me a huddled mass in the corner, watching the large black-and-white blob slide gracefully down the side of the glass into her throat, her once beautiful throat.

Sadly, I have discovered the pleasure in her way..
 
2005-04-03 12:53:40 PM  
NikolaiFarkoff: Americanese: Cookie

/dips his biscuits in gravy


Beat me to it, NF. My thoughts exactly.
 
2005-04-03 02:12:35 PM  
Whew! Maybe now I can muster up the courage to leave this dank clocktower.

/I don't know what that means either.
 
2005-04-03 02:14:40 PM  
Hm. I guess... thats... good?
 
2005-04-03 02:17:33 PM  
When Biscuits Go Wrong.

Click-poppy goodness.
 
OAB
2005-04-03 02:23:09 PM  
You know, the fact that they spent "months" working on it is really sad.
 
2005-04-03 02:26:08 PM  
Now that they fixed that problem, they need to find a way to keep Cap'n Crunch from shredding the roof of your mouth.
 
2005-04-03 02:28:42 PM  
British schoolchildren everywhere rejoice. Or maybe they just say, "Wankers."
 
2005-04-03 02:33:06 PM  
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"I say!"
 
2005-04-03 02:34:51 PM  
It can be dipped for up to 2.3 seconds and still keep their flavour and shape, they said.

Extensive testing has revealed that the ideal tea temperature for the best dunk was 70 degrees Celsius.


...And still no cure for cancer.
 
2005-04-03 03:44:10 PM  
Eat_At_Milliways: I do believe you gave me a seizure trying to read that text.
 
2005-04-03 04:19:48 PM  
That's the way the cookie bounces.
Or is it, that's the way the ball crumbles?
 
2005-04-03 11:11:30 PM  
Eat_At_Milliways: When Biscuits Go Wrong.

I want those 2 minutes back damnit ;)
 
2005-04-03 11:18:47 PM  
Poppin' Fresh doesn't appreciate this "biscuits in tea" nonsense.

Get it right, slather 'em in white gravy with pepper.
 
2005-04-03 11:48:26 PM  
I hope they are paying a license fee to Dr Len Fischer. He received an IgNobel Award for such research a few years ago.

Hi Dr Len Fischer!!!

BTTO
 
2005-04-04 12:03:37 AM  
RE: The Oreo Problem

Use a fork.

Stick the fork in the stuff between the cookies, dunk entire cookie in milk, count to 4, eat and enjoy!
 
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