Pluggers by Rick McKee for December 02, 2022

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    jmolay161  6 months ago

    Yes, pluggers have been raised on too much chocolate cake and icing.

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    Templo S.U.D.  6 months ago

    Alfred Yankovic parodying New Kids on the Block much?

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    Purple Helmet  6 months ago

    And if you’re still eating sugar cookies in your sixties, diabetes can’t be far away.

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    sousamannd  6 months ago

    Enjoy your cookie, man! In fact, have another one in Ultra’s name!

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    drogers30  6 months ago

    Try them with a Ritz cracker. I like the sweet salty taste

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    juicebruce  6 months ago

    You must dunk the Oreo in milk to eat it ;-)

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    Gent  6 months ago

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    Ichabod Ferguson  6 months ago

    I’d rather dunk them whole and cold in my coffee.

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    PraiseofFolly  6 months ago

    The classy embossments on each cookie make them seem oh, so elegant that they can’t possibly be bad for one, doncha’know. (—

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    Rose Madder Premium Member 6 months ago

    Hate Oreos – always have. You all can have my share.

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    Doug K  6 months ago

    I prefer to try to save as much of the filling as possible to eat last.

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    nyssawho13  6 months ago

    That wasn’t me. I preferred the tasty chocolate wafers to the filling. I tried double stuff and deep-fried double stuffed, but couldn’t do it. I stopped eating them at all, along with most sugary things years ago.

    I’m in my 60’s, no diabetes but eating a lot less sweets. I won’t pay for a small pack of Oreos and don’t trust myself with a large pack! I used to eat half a package with two cups of coffee at a time and the memory is very strong! ((Never tried all the new flavors as I am a purist when it comes to classics!))


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    pheets  6 months ago

    And? What’s your point?

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    PeaceWouldBeNice  6 months ago

    I could live without the filling. The chocolate cooking is the good part.

    Give me Hydrox: “Proudly made in the USA”!

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    david_42  6 months ago

    Good thing I’m in my 70s and don’t have a blood sugar or weight problem, so I can still enjoy cookies.

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    ctolson  6 months ago

    Like they say “Stay playful”.

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    kv450  6 months ago

    Oreos – fun for kids of all ages

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    walt1968pat Premium Member 6 months ago

    Still? Never did.

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    'IndyMan'  6 months ago

    Or, IF, you still like ‘Oreos’ a your age(mine went out in high school) ! ! ! !

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    goboboyd  6 months ago

    You left out the dunk in the milk or coffee part.

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    KEA  6 months ago

    who doesn’t?

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    martinman8  6 months ago

    i’m a plugger but i couldn’t do that. it got hung up in my braces

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    raybarb44  6 months ago

    No. You take the cookie side with frosting of two double sized Oreos, PUT THEM TOGETHER. It’s an Oreo delicacy, enjoy…..

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