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Oreo Is Bringing Us Four New Flavors
Now that Easter and Mother’s Day are behind us, we can focus on what’s really important: new flavors from Oreo. The cookie company is kicking off the start of summer by bringing back an old favorite - S’mores Oreos - with their graham-flavored cookies and marshmallow and chocolate creme.
And they’ve also announcedthis lineup of new flavors we can look forward to:
- Oreo Thins Latte- This one’s for the coffee addicts out there and it hits stores in June.
- Marshmallow Moon Oreos- To celebrate the 50thanniversary of the Apollo moon landing, we’re getting an Oreo with purple marshmallow creme inside cookies with a trio of lunar-inspired designs. Look for these in mid-June in a package that glows in the dark and comes with stickers!
- Baskin-Robbins Mint Chocolate Chip Oreos- Combining one of your favorite Baskin Robbins ice cream flavors with Oreos is a dream come true, but we’ll have to wait until mid-July to taste these.
- Maple Creme Oreos- Summer hasn’t even started yet, but when it’s ending and the days start to cool down, we’ll be ready for this fall-ish flavor. In late August we’ll be able to find these Oreos, with maple creme sandwiched between two golden cookies. It’s a long time to wait, but we hope it’ll be worth it.
In-Law: Are You Intentionally Doing Something To Keep Your In-Laws Away?
In a desperate attempt to get a break from his nagging in-laws and regain his privacy, a Reddit user allegedly took advantage of his mother-in-law’s severe arachnophobia by getting a tarantula as a pet. “I have insufferable in-laws. Father-in-law is manageable, but mother-in-law is crazy,” the Reddit user wrote. “Anyway, mother-in-law is arachnophobe. A few months ago she went crazy after a (wolf?) spider was simply in the corner doing nothing. Panic attack and all. So I got the idea to get a tarantula as a way to prevent her coming so often. It’s in a big enclosure in the living room. Asked wife beforehand if it’s okay, but didn’t tell her the motivation. Worked like a charm, the dad still comes but the mother can’t stand to be in the same house as it.”
- What have you done to keep your in-laws at bay? Do they refuse to come over because of something in your house like a pet?
Theater In Switzerland Offers Beds Instead Of Chairs For Home-Theater Experience
While “Avengers: Endgame” may have gotten tons of people to the theaters, the truth is less and less people go out to watch a movie now that they can just enjoy Netflix and other programming from the comfort of their own couch or bed. Well, one theater in Switzerland is trying to change that, by bringing the beds to the theater.
Switzerland’s Cinema Pathé in Spreitenbach just launched what they are calling the first ‘VIP bedroom’ cinema, which consists of 11 freshly-made double beds to make the moviegoer feel like they are in their own home. The beds come with adjustable headrests so guests don’t fall asleep, and the theater insists the sheets on the bed are changed after every screening, noting, "The hygiene aspect is very important to us.”
While some are worried that folks may get a little too comfortable in the beds, if you know what we mean, the company insists that similar theaters in other countries haven’t had such problems.
Of course, all this comfort doesn’t come cheap. A ticket for the VIP experience costs $48.50, but it does include free food and drinks, and allows customers to cut the line.
“Hawaiian Spaghetti Pizza” Now At Domino’s
They say even bad pizza is still pretty good, but maybe they didn’t know about the new pie at Domino’s? Save your arguments about Hawaiian Pizza…the chain has now partnered with food manufacturer Watties on a strange new limited-edition item: “Hawaiian Spaghetti Pizza.”
If the name doesn’t get you, let us explain that we’re talking abouta canned pasta, pineapple chunk, and glazed ham…on a pizza. Even if you’re a fan of the controversial pineapple pizza topping, this combo may be taking things too far (even for those who appreciate a Hawaiian pizza).
Still, if your interest IS piqued, this thing is only available atDomino’s in New Zealand- for now, anyway.
Source:New York Post