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Late Night: Rainbows and Oreos

I love Oreos, most specifically the traditional single filled ones that come in the bigger bags (the small snack pack bags have a different creme texture, closer to a Hydrox–not to be confused with the hyrax, the small herbivore mammal of Africa, which is neither a rodent nor a cookie), though I do think the glow in the dark ones are quite nifty. The strawberry ones totally suck. and the chocolate-filled ones are just wrong. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.

I love Oreos, now celebrating their 100th anniversary, even more because they put out this image as the the first in a series of 100 “current event” promos as part of recognizing their centenary. In fact I may go buy a bag tonight, GMO or not, because naturally the sandy-pantied homo-haters have gotten all het up over this on Oreo’s Facebook page. Some recent comments:

Love between Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve….I love Oreo’s that does not mean I won’t boycot a oreo because I don’t agree with there Gay Pride add. That cookie looks like a quad stuffed oreo. Love to all….

No more oreos will ever be placed in my shopping cart!

And of course some morans are calling for not only a boycott of Oreos, but also of all Kraft products-bought at retailers which have a visible presence at Pride events and are making an effort (either cynically for profit or sincerely because the times and minds, they are a changin’) to show their support of LGBT. Time to grow your own food, nasty meanie bigots. Just means more cookies for us.

Mom why can’t we have Cheez-Whiz?

Because of the homosekshull agender

And just to show you what the haters will be missing, here’s a recipe for Kraft rainbow Jell-o with Cool Whip from Glorious Treats:

You’ll need one small box of jello for each color you want… so in this case, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. And one large tub of cool whip.

Prepare purple (or whatever color you want on the bottom) jello as directed, using the “quick chill” method, meaning add some ice. Pour jello into glasses, (or a 9?x13? baking dish sprayed lightly with cooking spray), reserving about 1/3 of the liquid jello. Put glasses, or dish in the refrigerator and chill for 15-30 minutes, or until slightly set. Mix about 1/3 cup of cool whip into the remaining purple jello. Pour the jello/cool whip mixture on top of the slightly set purple jello already in the glasses (or dish).

Repeat process for each color.

Once set, top with some additional cool whip and sprinkles if desired.

Now I’d like some help coming up with featured Kraft powder astronaut orange drink. I want to call it the PoonTang.

 

HT: Gawker

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Late Night: Rainbows and Oreos

 

I love Oreos, most specifically the traditional single filled ones that come in the bigger bags (the small snack pack bags have a different creme texture, closer to a Hydrox–not to be confused with the hyrax, the small herbivore mammal of Africa, which is neither a rodent nor a cookie), though I do think the glow in the dark ones are quite nifty. The strawberry ones totally suck. and the chocolate-filled ones are just wrong. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.

I love Oreos, now celebrating their 100th anniversary, even more because they put out this image as the the first in a series of 100 “current event” promos as part of recognizing their centenary. In fact I may go buy a bag tonight, GMO or not, because naturally the sandy-pantied homo-haters have gotten all het up over this on Oreo’s Facebook page. Some recent comments:

Love between Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve….I love Oreo’s that does not mean I won’t boycot a oreo because I don’t agree with there Gay Pride add. That cookie looks like a quad stuffed oreo. Love to all….

No more oreos will ever be placed in my shopping cart!

And of course some morans are calling for not only a boycott of Oreos, but also of all Kraft products-bought at retailers which have a visible presence at Pride events and are making an effort (either cynically for profit or sincerely because the times and minds, they are a changin’) to show their support of LGBT. Time to grow your own food, nasty meanie bigots. Just means more cookies for us.

Mom why can’t we have Cheez-Whiz?

Because of the homosekshull agender

And just to show you what the haters will be missing, here’s a recipe for Kraft rainbow Jell-o with Cool Whip from Glorious Treats:

You’ll need one small box of jello for each color you want… so in this case, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. And one large tub of cool whip.

Prepare purple (or whatever color you want on the bottom) jello as directed, using the “quick chill” method, meaning add some ice. Pour jello into glasses, (or a 9?x13? baking dish sprayed lightly with cooking spray), reserving about 1/3 of the liquid jello. Put glasses, or dish in the refrigerator and chill for 15-30 minutes, or until slightly set. Mix about 1/3 cup of cool whip into the remaining purple jello. Pour the jello/cool whip mixture on top of the slightly set purple jello already in the glasses (or dish).

Repeat process for each color.

Once set, top with some additional cool whip and sprinkles if desired.

Now I’d like some help coming up with featured Kraft powder astronaut orange drink. I want to call it the PoonTang.

 

HT: Gawker

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Lisa Derrick

Lisa Derrick

Los Angeles native, attended UC Berkeley and Loyola Marymount University before punk rock and logophilia overtook her life. Worked as nightclub columnist, pop culture journalist and was a Hollywood housewife before writing for and editing Sacred History Magazine. Then she discovered the thrill of politics. She also appears frequently on the Dave Fanning Show, one of Ireland's most popular radio broadcasts.