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Posted on Friday, May 16th, 2008

Dave!It's what's for dinner.

A single Oreo cookie.



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  1. adena says:

    I had Froot Loops.

  2. Tug says:

    Sounds better than dry roasted peanuts! What’s for dessert?

  3. Classified Info says:

    Oreos? Is that healthy?

  4. ChillyWilly says:

    No Oreo’s in the house here. Wishing I had some now after seeing your blog entry.

  5. Delmer says:

    I had Guinness, wings, and a grilled chicken salad.

  6. Lexi says:

    Um…here too. ‘Cept Mint ones are totally better.

  7. Michelle says:

    Dude, you really have got to rethink your eating habits. There really is more than just the snack aisle at the grocery store. I know being a vegetarian kinda limits you, but you need to try to get in all the food groups. Sorry for the lecture.

  8. Gina says:

    I love Oreos! I miss them too. I haven’t had them in years!

    Of course I gained ten pounds in Mexico since they don’t serve low carb beer down there, so it will be awhile before I allow myself to eat them but damn I want some after that picture. Yummy.

  9. Göran says:

    All your body needs!

  10. No food dies in Oreos? Because whenever I eat them, the black from the chocolate does not look like any color found in nature, including cocoa beans or any chocolate I’ve eaten. Hope you can eat them without a problem because life without Oreos would just not be worth living!

  11. Mik says:

    Mmm nice, we have Oreos in the cupboard, well, okay, we have the outer pieces in the pack in the cupboard. The wife eats the centers then puts the outer pieces back!

  12. Talena says:

    Is that actual size?

  13. Musing says:

    Nothing will bring me out of lurkdom faster than an Oreo cookie, ’cause Oreos are love.

    In my digestive world last night: Birds Eye Asian veggies in sesame ginger sauce followed by Pillsbury buttermilk pancakes.

  14. Karl says:

    Oh, how I miss Oreos. I’m waiting for a magical sugar-free fat-free calorie-free Oreo so the diabetics can enjoy them again.

  15. Yummy. And it’s the dinner of champions no less. So, the important question obviously is do you eat them “as is” or do you pull them apart, eat the goodness in the middle and then the cookie?

    Oh, and did you take that photo? If you did, awesome macro shot sir.

  16. Mad William says:

    I haven’t had an Oreo for ever. I remember them being very good with pizza.

  17. Hilly Sue says:

    I’ve always pictured you as Double Stuff ;).

  18. Beth says:

    You eat snacks three meals a day and yet you don’t have issues with weight. The universe is just cruel.

  19. Penelope says:

    At least you go for solids, my dinner is usually wine, with a side of wine, and wine for dessert.

  20. Jake Titus says:

    That reminds me of the Cookie Monster song….”cookie cookie cookie starts with c”

  21. Chag says:

    Can I come over for dinner? Oreos sound good to me!

  22. Poppy says:

    No, silly. Dinner was seasoned pork chops, London Broil, cheeseburger, bean salad, and Baskin Robins!

  23. Karen says:

    Odd. For me, Oreos were lunch.

  24. apricoco says:

    yummy.. i think oreos deserve their own food group, recognized by the FDA as necessary for living.

  25. Yum! Now, if those ever trigger your allergies, you’re screwed.

  26. Zack Schmidt says:

    I loooove Oreos! love them in the whole entire Planet! i think even Michael Jackson ate Oreos too! so think about it,want some more Oreos? cause i would like some right now, and the owner of this Network or Website or Web blog then i hope you love Oreos too! respond to this message! even if its Oreo Hates or Oreo Lovers! ok?

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