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These are limited edition Oreo's beginning to pop up in Target stores, they are DOUBLE the size of Double Stuf Oreo's, I picked up 5 packs at my local Target today but they're still hard to find. People on eBay are selling for around $10 but they're $2.99 at Target, I had to talk to an employee to check the back stock because it said they were available online.

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I saw so many of these at Wal-Mart, didn't realize it was a phenomenon
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Out of stock... these are DELISH !!!
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I saw so many of these at Wal-Mart, didn't realize it was a phenomenon
Most 'Stuf'.
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they look amazing, 110 calories of goodness per cookie.
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for me, the double stuff is not doing it; single is ok. so i'm not sure if even more stuff is going to be all that good....for me.
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OK, I draw the line at this. Just too much.

If you double a double stuff, you just need to keep doubling a few more times, and I think you are at 2 trillion.
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for me, the double stuff is not doing it; single is ok. so i'm not sure if even more stuff is going to be all that good....for me.
Agreed, the 1.5x stuff chocolate ones are where it's at.
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Just out of curiosity is it 120 per cookie because I feel like a serving size is normally two cookies
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I'm a cream guy, so I love these. Stopped by my local Target last week and they didn't have any in stock and was super disappointed. Did find a pack at my local Publix for $4.29 which was steep but wanted to try them. Checking the Brickseek my local Target now has these in stock (I hope) so might swing by to pick up another pack (or 2, 3, etc.) haha. If you're a cream lover, do it!
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Agreed, the 1.5x stuff chocolate ones are where it's at.
I haven't had Oreos in years. Are you saying they have chocolate creme Oreos??! OMG If there are chocolate ones, I'll definitely have to at least try them.Wink
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I haven't had Oreos in years. Are you saying they have chocolate creme Oreos??! OMG If there are chocolate ones, I'll definitely have to at least try them.Wink
I wish they would make some double stuff chocolate or peanut butter ones.
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Oh my god! It's happening! Rob DenBleyker from Cyanide & Happiness predicted this.

"DenBleyker began the event with a simple example of a bad ad-hoc theory, in which he claimed that he had solved world hunger. In what he called the "Exponential Oreo Theory," DenBleyker calmly explained that the first Oreo was introduced in 1912, followed by the "double stuffed" Oreo in 1976, and eventually the "Mega-stuffed" Oreo in 2013. By graphing this small data set, DenBleyker claimed that on February 8, 2079, a single Oreo will be one mile thick and contain 12 million calories. Unfortunately, a week later, on February 17, 2079, a single Oreo will exceed the width of the universe."

https://youtu.be/W9ryMQZIOdM
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I'm holding out for double most stuf
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