Do you like OREOS? (feat. general biscuit, cracker, astronaut and Chromatica remixes chat)

Yes or no?


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Soldi

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Maybe he’s referring to the taste of BITTER DUST, unless he’s confusing them with these

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Oh GOD NO

RITZ all the way for CRACKERS.
 

Soldi

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OH GOD NO

TUC >>>>>> Scabby old RITZ
We bought them when we were in Greece for lunch as there was no other choice. I ACCIDENTALLY dropped a pack on the floor and even the ants weren’t bothered :(
 

Zu 2

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We bought them when we were in Greece for lunch as there was no other choice. I ACCIDENTALLY dropped a pack on the floor and even the ants weren’t bothered :(

Only because it landed on them and they DIED

MURDERER!
 

Soldi

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Oh I definitely prefer Belgian chocolate to SWISS!
 

COB

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Bitter dust is a great description! They're nice in a cookies 'n' (:manson:) cream ice cream though.
 

Soldi

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Oh god what were those chocolate animal crackers?!

I used to have them all the time as a child :disco: (no jokes plz otherwise u get warning)
 

Eddie

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Ritz are far more DE LUXE than TUC (I mean the name sort of gives it away)
 

Soldi

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And I’ve also just come across a MINGE chocolate bar :shock:

 

Zu 2

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For some reason they’re called Marie biscuits in Sweden too, so it’s strange that you don’t call them that.

Well they’re RICH and we have them with TEA :)

Don’t want biscuits with the name of some sort of HARLOT in this country thank you very much
 

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