The Daily Ping

Women make wilk, big whop!

May 9th, 2001

Oreos, Part 6: The Ultimate Oreo

I realize this is really “Oreos, Part 10” if you include Paul’s three Oreo-related Pings and his most recent Pings to Do. But I don’t care.

A couple weeks ago Paul and his significant other sent me a card with a little girl sitting at a table. In front of her was a plate of empty Oreo tops and bottoms and one gigantic, four foot high Oreo. Little did Paul know that about the time he was buying this card, I had a very similar idea brewing in my mind.

You’ll remember that I mentioned Sm’oreos a few weeks back. Well, that particular night there were three leftover oversized Oreo cookie top/bottoms. Can you see where this is going?

Yup. The other night, Huyen took a full package (minus five or six cookies) of Double-Stuf Oreos and created The Ultimate Oreo:

Click to enlarge to a frightening size.

Keep in mind — that is not ice cream… it’s the real deal. To get a better perspective on its size, I’m providing another picture.

The nutritonal information would look something like this:

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Ultimate Oreo
Servings Per Container 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories 2000                                   Calories from Fat 900
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 100g                 &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                           6%
          Saturated Fat 20g              &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp             100%
Cholesterol 0mg                          &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp               0%
Sodium 2100mg                     &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                   84%
Total Carbohydrate 270g       &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                   90%
          Dietary Fiber 13g           &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp                   26%
          Sugars 7g
Protein 13g
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.


Posted in Food and Beverage, The Oreo Family

doctor mario February 7, 2008, 4:58 pm

HOLEE CRAP thats big
i’d love to own one

What is this then?

The Daily Ping is the web's finest compendium of toilet information and Oreo™® research. Too much? Okay, okay, it's a daily opinion column written by two friends. Did we mention we've been doing this for over ten years? Tell me more!

Most Popular Pings

Last Week's Most Popular Pings

Let's be nice.

© 2000-2011 The Daily Ping, all rights reserved. Tilted sidebar note idea 'adapted' from Panic. Powered by the mighty WordPress.