The hilarious truth of how Oreos are unmade and extracted for materials

If you reverse the process in one of those enlightening How It's Made videos you get a fantastically funny How It's Unmade parody series. This particular comedic episode shows how a delicious Oreo is extracted to provide half the United States with flour and harvested for cocaine, gunpowder, cocoa and sugar by… »3/12/14 11:13pm3/12/14 11:13pm


A Pump-Action Oreo Gun Makes For One Unbeatable Snack Attack

I think we've all had that moment sitting in front of a package of Oreos, fighting—or not fighting—the urge to try and get them all in your mouth with all due speed. Slingshot master Joerg Sprave has come up with a patently ridiculous way of upping that speed variable. So much so that you probably wouldn't want your… »3/17/13 3:40pm3/17/13 3:40pm

The Oreo Splitting Wars Escalate with Carnegie Mellon's Brilliant Bot

In what is turning out to be one of the most entertaining marketing stunts of the past few years, Nabisco's Cookie vs. Creme challenge is attracting all kinds of talented minds from across the country. Including robotic researchers from Carnegie Mellon University who've even drafted their advanced bot HERB into Oreo… »3/11/13 12:45pm3/11/13 12:45pm

An Even Better Oreo Separating Machine Blasts Hot Creme In Your Mouth

The world thought it had seen it all when physicist David Neevel's Oreo-separating machine was revealed. But, Nabisco's Cookie vs. Creme campaign is inspiring inventors from all over the country to come up with their own machines. Including Barry Kudrowitz and Bill Fienup, a pair of toy scientists from Minnesota who… »3/04/13 10:03am3/04/13 10:03am