A couple of weeks ago, we showed you a video about how one engineer built a machine to cleanly remove the cream from his oreo cookies. This week, we found a more entertaining, i.e. more badass, way of doing the same job.
Jörg Sprave built a wooden pump gun which uses elastic bands to shoot and separate the cookies. Sprave simply loads oreos into his toy gun and shoots them out.
While it lacks the finesse and precision of our dear engineer’s machine, it doesn’t mean it looks any less badass. He even shoots some oreos at ballistic gel, the same stuff the MythBusters use to mimic the human body.
Luckily for us, the worst the oreo will do is probably bruise a person. Just don’t be a dumbass and aim the toy gun at places you shouldn’t be aiming.
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In this edition of “Unpopular Opinion of the Day,” physicist David Neevel absolutely abhors the cream in the middle of the Oreo cookie. He hates it so much that he built a machine to remove the cream from Oreo leaving him to eat the cookies.
Neevel had to sacrifice a lot to build his creation, such as having to work in a cold space, missing out on spending time with his girlfriend and his dog, and having to find a good sandwich where his workshop is located.
While we do see it as a waste of perfectly good Oreo cookie, the machine was able to impressively clean the icing right off of the cookie.
In this new commercial uploaded on YouTube’s Oreo page, two friends fight over what part of the cookie is the best, but since they’re in a library their voices can only get so loud.