Thursday, September 20, 2012

Photoblogging: Product Placement

Are they good? That is not a relevant question. It's enough that they exist. They do taste like wax and sugar, a reasonable approximation of candy corn, I suppose. They are neither as bad nor as good as you've heard elsewhere on the web.

Background: Rodin's Age of Bronze.


LIBear said...

Isn't Rodin that dragon looking thing that destroys Tokyo very few years? I never knew he had a homoerotic artistic side.

HRH King Friday XIII, Ret. said...

"wax and sugar" so true.

samael7 said...

Oh, dear. I've loved Oreos since I was young, and to this day I have a bag in the house (Or two. Don't judge me.).

I just barely got onboard with the peanut butter filling ones. And the "berry burst" one was a stretch as well.*

But candy corn filling . . . do people really like candy corn that much? I mean, in the aggregate. I'm sure there are candy corn fanatics and experts. I'm assuming, of course, this will blow over after Halloween.

* Not a far strech, and not just because I also used to love PB&J sandwiches as a kid too. And if you take the filling from the peanut butter Oreo and the berry one from the other one, and put them together . . . you get something that bears no resemblance whatsoever to an actual PB&J, but I'm nonetheless calling a PB&J Oreo, because some ideas are so good, you can actually taste them.

Greg Allen said...

alright, where'd you find them? Cough it up.

Since I only just found out about Creamsicle Oreos, which I have apparently missed, I actually started looking for these. So far, nothing.

Anonymous said...

oh great. the thing that will destroy humanity if we do not stop this= a mix of GMOs and GMO corn based HFCS.

Pure poison.