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100 years of Chocolaty goodness

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: America’s Original Creme-filled Sandwich Cookie

Hey! Look what I found! America’s Original creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookie!

Oreos? Eh..”

No! Hyrdox!”

I always thought Hydrox were just a generic knock-off of Oreos.”

Well you’d be wrong!”

Oreos, Hydrox..all a little sweet for me.”

I can’t remember the last time I had a Hyrdox actually. I do know that the name comes from combining the ‘pure’ ingredients hyrdogen and oxygen.”

For a cookie? That’s kind of lame.”

I don’t really care what they call them, as long as they taste good.”

It says ‘100 year anniversary’ on the bag. I think they were actually off the market and the company being bought/taken over the last couple of years.”

Weren’t there something called ‘Droxies’ out there?”

Sounds familiar.”

Isn’t that that candy brand they sell at Target?”

That’s Choxie.”

So what? Oreo’s are too sweet for you but you know the candy brand Target sells?”

I don’t care for Oreo’s okay?”

We’re talking about Hyrdox anyway!”

Oreo, Hyrdox.. Whatever! Give ’em here.” Scott tears into the bag and takes a cookie. “Yummy.”

They still going with that crappy hard to seal up bags? Haven’t you noticed what a wonderful job Oreos did with creating that nice peel/seal type top?”

I don’t pay much attention to bag details Tab..besides, I’ve never had a bag of cookies around long enough to go stale.”

Then I guess we should give this bag of Hydrox the same treatment. Who’s with me?” Scott asks, and hands out cookies.

August 29th, 2008 by Billy in 6th Floor
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