What Are We Even Supposed to Believe In, Now?

doublestufSo Doublestuf Oreos contain only 1.86 times the amount of stuf of a normal Oreo, not the 2.o times stuf that they claim.  Clearly, the only reason it took this long for the lid to be blown off this scandal, by a Queensbury, NY math class, is that everyone naturally assumed that the people responsible for the Oreo cookie would not lie about anything.  But alas, such is not the case.  There really are no heroes, these days.

Worse yet, Megastuf Oreos only contain 2.68 times the normal amount of stuf.  Like most people, I had assumed that each cookie contained one million times as much stuf as a normal Oreo, as befits it prefix, but that is even further off, apparently.

~ by smwilliams on August 20, 2013.

4 Responses to “What Are We Even Supposed to Believe In, Now?”

  1. Ha!

    Now I’ll never be able to eat a Doublestuf or Megastuf Oreo again – without feeling cheated. Thanks for ruining my day. 😉

  2. Maybe instead of understuffing the Double Stuffs they’ve been overstuffing the original oreos all these years.

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