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Just say no: Oreos are apparently as addictive as cocaine

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Astra.Xtreme    2,135

I find this hard to believe.  Oreos are good and all, but I don't ever crave them after eating a bunch.

 

Pistachios, on the other hand, as soon as I eat one, I can't stop until I finish off the bag.  Those are truly like crack.....and I'll probably be stopping at the grocery store to pick some up on my way home.

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+fusi0n    1,569

They might be addictive, but no where near as much as cocaine.. 

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Lord Method Man    1,613

"as addictive as cocaine" is a buzz-phrase used for pretty much anything whenever some special interest group launches a new campaign to demonize something.

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tsupersonic    1,356

Oreos are nice and all, but not addicting.

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Crisp    3,271

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Rippleman    2,704

i have never tried cocaine, and almost certianly never will, but I am tempted to try it just to see the addiction thing that every one talks about. I do not have an addictive personality. I do not drink/use/like smokes, coffee, drugsor alcohol. I know i could beat the addiction but defiantly curious about just how strong it is.

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Pupik    452

How weak minded you need to be to get addicted to oreos?

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techbeck    5,111

Anyone can be addictive..especially if you have an addictive personality.

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Nefarious Trigger    6,988

As a connoisseur of both - I can say that this is nonsense.

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Charisma    2,388

Hmm.. just what is in that cream filling anyway?

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adrynalyne    8,155

As a connoisseur of both - I can say that this is nonsense.

Uh....LOL.

 

A connoisseur of cocaine? :D

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Nefarious Trigger    6,988
A connoisseur of cocaine?

 

Yes.  I had my favourite suppliers who got me better than others.

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Marshall    15,354

Hmm.. just what is in that cream filling anyway?

 

You don't want to know. :shiftyninja:

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Atomic Wanderer Chicken    1,585

This is true, because when I bring home a thing of Oreos, they are almost gone by night time.

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+fusi0n    1,569

i have never tried cocaine, and almost certianly never will, but I am tempted to try it just to see the addiction thing that every one talks about. I do not have an addictive personality. I do not drink/use/like smokes, coffee, drugsor alcohol. I know i could beat the addiction but defiantly curious about just how strong it is.

have you ever tried something over and over that is addictive? Like.. Oxycontin? Heroin? Just because you don't have an addictive personality, doesn't mean you can't become physically addicted.. Thankfully, I also do not have an addictive personality and dodged what could have been a very bad time in my life.. luckily, I woke up and realized I didn't like the things that were going on in my life and stopped the klonopin binge I had went on

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adrynalyne    8,155

Yes.  I had my favourite suppliers who got me better than others.

LOL, I will need to get with you so that I can learn the nuances of good and bad cocaine :D

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ShockD    112

Strangely I did find them addictive the first time I tried them. But so is any testy food imo not only Oreos. I could say I'm addicted to creme au chocolat and strudels as well. Anyhow I stopped eating Oreos because they were too sweet for me. Don't know how people eat whole packs of these.

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Nefarious Trigger    6,988
LOL, I will need to get with you so that I can learn the nuances of good and bad cocaine

 

Smoother to pull, easier to crumble, a nice blueish white (like LED white not bulb white).  No "changover".

 

I have genuinely nothing bad to say about the drug.  It never made me horrible, it never lead to anything more, and I walked away from it almost 2 years ago of my own choice with no real impetus to do so other than "growing up".

 

Oreos, however, make you fat!

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astropheed    1,776

Ain't nobody was ever made to suck the Ds for Oreo's.

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adrynalyne    8,155

Ain't nobody was ever made to suck the Ds for Oreo's.

You sure?

 

I'd google it, but scared of what I might find.

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dead.cell    2,125

They might be addictive, but no where near as much as cocaine.. 

Hah! I totally read that as...

 

"They might be addictive, but no where near as much fun as cocaine.." :laugh:

 

Personally, I don't see Oreos being nearly as addictive as sodas. Oreos can be replaced with other sugars, but sodas? Man... if you've ever helped someone with weightloss, you'd know how incredibly difficult it is to get someone to ease off them. (not a cold turkey kind of thing, but even slowing down their intake)

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adrynalyne    8,155

Hah! I totally read that as...

 

"They might be addictive, but no where near as much fun as cocaine.." :laugh:

 

Personally, I don't see Oreos being nearly as addictive as sodas. Oreos can be replaced with other sugars, but sodas? Man... if you've ever helped someone with weightloss, you'd know how incredibly difficult it is to get someone to ease off them. (not a cold turkey kind of thing, but even slowing down their intake)

This.

 

I have relapses and then I have to start all over with quitting them.

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FlintyV    732

Had some not long ago. Found them sickly. 

 

Don't see the fuss around them. 

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+warwagon    9,946

Crush some of those bitches and put em on ice cream!

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