firsttiger: Unnatural things with flavors should only be done furtively, at home, in the privacy of one's own kitchen.
Fank: All I see is just a lot of chemicals.
TV's Vinnie: Why no banana Oreos?
OhioUGrad: Seriously, they are missing out, how hard would it be for them to make graham cracker flavored cookies with key lime filling? Or even vanilla cookies with key lime filling?/I expect my check in the mail
LowbrowDeluxe: universebetween: [www.americanlicorice.com image 600x317]Inevitably I eat the entire bag. =<
fusillade762: I'm sure I've mentioned this before, but I dislike watermelon. The actual fruit, I mean. In Jolly Rancher form, watermelon's a blast, but I haven't been able to eat the real thing since I was eight-years-old.That's probably because watermelon Jolly Ranchers taste nothing at all like watermelon.
Confabulat: Has grape anything (grape Kool-Aid, grape Jolly Ranchers, ANYTHING) ever tasted even a little like a grape?
Waldo Pepper: UsikFark: HotWingAgenda: Ah. This man is the pinnacle of the junk food industry's long term strategy.EXCEPT... bananas. Bananas (specifically Gros Michel) used to taste quite a bit more like the fruit-gum-flavor-explosion you get from a candy like Starburst. Then the bananas died off on two continents in the '50s and we had to switch species.Seriously? I like bananas but dang if they taste more like banana cream or taffy I would be downing the real thing like crazy
Shadow Blasko: I'm not a fan of watermelon. I do like watermelon flavored things though.
JesseL: Shadow Blasko: I'm not a fan of watermelon. I do like watermelon flavored things though.You have failed the Turing test. There's no way that you're human.
Shadow Blasko: JesseL: Shadow Blasko: I'm not a fan of watermelon. I do like watermelon flavored things though.You have failed the Turing test. There's no way that you're human.It's the same thing with tomatoes. I like most things made from tomatoes, but I dislike tomatoes themselves.Probably comes with being forced to eat them as a child.
Smidge204: So, after all that, we know:1) The author hates the overwhelming sweetness of Oreo cookies2) The author hates watermelon3) The author likes Game of Thrones4) Watermelon Oreos aren't quite as sweet as Sherbert Oreos.And this article was supposed to be about Watermelon Oreos, but the only information it contains is a comparison to some other flavor I've never heard of. Good job.=Smidge=
Shadow Blasko: It's the same thing with tomatoes. I like most things made from tomatoes, but I dislike tomatoes themselves.Probably comes with being forced to eat them as a child.
Fano: TV's Vinnie: Why no banana Oreos?Nothing yellow comes between two black slabs
DanZero: Just don't dip them in soda ok?
DeaH: Exactly, civilized people call it pop.
antidumbass: D'oh! Here's the image.
Gwyrddu: No, fly-over country calls it pop. Everyone on the east and the west coast calls it soda. I still call it soda even after living in Minnesota for 15 years after growing up in NYC.
Gwyrddu: DeaH: Exactly, civilized people call it pop.No, fly-over country calls it pop. Everyone on the east and the west coast calls it soda. I still call it soda even after living in Minnesota for 15 years after growing up in NYC.
Oldiron_79: Make the cookie parts of the Oreo fried chicken batter with the watermelon creme filling and theyd sell like mad.Also mentholated grape kool aid.
brigid_fitch: My husband bought these on Friday. I didn't taste any watermelon--they're just sickeningly sweet.
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