Cookie Conundrum [TLT]

Oreos and milk

I read that Americans are so stressed out this year that they’ve been gobbling up 25% more cookies than usual. 🍪

Due to this excessive nommage, there could be a shortage of Pepperidge Farm favorites, such as Chessmen and Milano, over the upcoming holidays. 😱

Don’t panic, friends ~ we’ll still have Oreos!

~*~

Written for Three Line Tales 254.

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15 responses to “Cookie Conundrum [TLT]

  1. Not to worry. We still have warehouses full of Dutch Windmill Cookies (Great for Dunking) which are still good though 25 years old, as they are impervious to moisture and radiation in addition to, truth be known, providing a hostile environment for most known pathogens.

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  2. I wonder if they’re actually eating more cookies. Perhaps, because so many are staying home and not eating out so much, they’re replacing their lattes and muffins, etc. with sweet treats from the grocery store.

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  3. Thank goodness there are still Oreos. If that supply was in danger I might have to put on my winter coat and boots and get to the store and buy a some . Not over buy just a package or two.

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  4. Don’t forget Pink Cookies 😂Oh, and festive Green Cookies 🤣🤣💕

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  5. Haha! Good take on the prompt Paula

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  6. Shortbread is still available in Scotland…

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