Oreos and milk go hand-in-hand; there’s no doubt about it. They’re as classic of a pair as PB & J or ham and cheese. But there are so many problems you encounter when dunking your Oreo: it could crumble, break or fall into your glass of milk; your fingers could get stuck in the glass or, at the very least, become disgustingly sticky.
You could use a spoon to fish your Oreo out, but by the time you accomplish that, most of your cookie will probably be dissolved in the milk. You could tip the glass so the milk is more accessible, but if you’re anything like me, that would probably result in getting milk all over your shirt.
Isn’t it about time someone invented something to solve all these problems? Luckily for you, someone did. Aptly named the “dipr,” it is guaranteed to solve all of your Oreo problems forever.
The official website reads:
“The dipr is a spoon that holds your sandwich cookie while you dip it in milk or other liquid. The dipr cradles the cookie by the cream and prevents the cookie from crumbling when dunked. Best of all, you can eat right off of it so no more sticky fingers!”
It’s simple but brilliant, and looks like it will change the Oreo-eating game for the years to come.
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