Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Half way between a double-stuff and a regular Oreo
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I love to open Oreo cookies, scrape the stuff off with my bottom front teeth, and throw the other half away. Having to eat the other half subtracts from the overall experience, but I remember this being a close call. When double-stuff came out I was excited but the ratio is too high for me. 1:1 filling to cookie for double stuff, 2:1 for regulars, and 2:3 for the linked Club Oreo. Stuff-and-a-half Oreos would be 3:4. Double stuff is too much like eating the top of a cupcake, ( which I do come to think of it), and regular is not sustainable since you have to deal with the guilt of throwing the dry half away. Two possible solutions: Stuff-and-a-half, or personalizable percentages, so that could order Oreos with a customizable percentage of filling.
JesusHChrist, Mar 06 2013

Alternative percentage to Club Oreo, regular or DS Club_20Oreo
3:4 filling to cookie as opposed to either 1:2 for regulars, 1:1 for doubles, or 2:3 for clubs [JesusHChrist, Mar 06 2013, last modified Mar 07 2013]

scroll down to see the Oreo Unstuffer http://www.hackingu...ve-imaginative.html
[xandram, Mar 07 2013]

Oreo Separator Machine http://www.youtube....7f8QvhZKKh7a0815UuA
[JesusHChrist, Mar 07 2013]

I apologize your honor, you have the best Oreo machine http://youtu.be/vZj5rMECi7A
[JesusHChrist, Mar 25 2013]


       This might explain why the Blood of Christ is so sweet.
sqeaketh the wheel, Mar 06 2013

       You realise that you can buy icing by itself, rather than wasting a perfectly good Oreo just for the innards?
neutrinos_shadow, Mar 07 2013

       You could cut the double-stuffed in half. Slice the remaining stuff in half and place onto your completed half. Now you have a 1/4 stuffed side to use when you finally get some others done and therefore only throw away half the amount of empty sides.
xandram, Mar 07 2013


       Wow. Saw a rubegoldbergesque version of this just this morning: (link)
JesusHChrist, Mar 07 2013

       Perhaps the solution would be to sell damp icing sugar and brown sawdust separately, so that you can create your own personal gastronomic festival.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 07 2013

       Yeah, yeah, sugar, sawdust... the illusion of creativity, clowns... we could call it a... Maker... Faire...
JesusHChrist, Mar 08 2013

       I like the Oreo separator machine, but I would say he only gets a D+. If you noticed, the router also took away a fraction of the cookie! That's unacceptable.
xandram, Mar 08 2013

       // we could call it a... Maker... Faire... //   

Alterother, Mar 08 2013


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