Tuesday, August 27, 2013

NATIONAL BISCUIT CON:  A New York high school class has determined that a Double Stuf Oreo does not, in fact, contain double the "stuf" but only 1.86 times more than the original, perfectly-ratioed cookie.


  1. I am of the belief that there is a compression that takes place when the cookies are stacked, and that volume changes. Weight, maybe not so much, but I wonder about the density of the creme when it is first applied.

    I mean, we're talking about it, let's talk about it.

  2. Governor Squid3:15 PM

    Sorta like how a Quarter Pounder isn't really, but might once have been?

  3. A Quarter Pounder is a quarter pound of beef before grilled. Fat is released during the process. So, yeah, that exactly.

  4. The Pathetic Earthling3:43 PM

    I like Oreos. But eating the filling separately disgusts me.

  5. Joseph Finn3:57 PM

    1.86; is that the ratio by which Hyrdoxs are more awesome than Oreos?