Watermelon Oreos. Those are words that I never thought I’d say. And not only because I pronounce it “wallermelom,” but also because those two words don’t belong together in a sentence. It’s just wrong. Oreo’s have gotten mixed up with some funky flavors over the years , but this one really takes the cake cookie. Somebody over at Nabisco must have lost their damn mind. Annnnd maybe even their job. Look, I don’t wish that on anyone (except the barista who wrote my name down as Fartney on my latte), but somebody’s responsible for this mess. Actually irresponsible, if you think about it. I mean, how hard is it to f*** up an Oreo? Well for one, leave it in the milk too long. For two, add wallermeloms to it.

Thanks to my girl Dominique for the tip. She knows what I like! And wallermelon Oreo’s is NOT IT.

Image via AOL.com

Related Categories: Food

Via: foodbeast.com


  1. troy

    you know just because they make other flavors, doesn’t mean they will stop making the original. such an irrelevant rant. so, they make other flavors that other people may enjoy. they will still make the original flavor to stuff your cookie hole with.

  2. Grizzly

    @troy: Do you really need it spelled out for you? Libtards everywhere are now going to start a campaign against Nabisco because obviously they are rrraaaaccciiiiiiiisssttt!!! Because everyone knows that “oreo” is a common epithet for african americans, and it is considered offensive to associate them with stereotypically with watermelons.

    I can hardly wait to see the fur fly.