Overkill Oreos

Usually we use the word “overkill” like it’s a bad thing, but if you use it in conjunction with “Oreos” it’s almost an oxymoron. I don’t think it’s possible to take Oreos too far. Apparently, neither does Nabisco. If you haven’t tried the new Triple Double Oreos, do yourself a favor and stock up. These Oreos are so epic, the serving size is one cookie. As if!

Lately, I’ve been plugging away at my outline (and taking frequent Oreo breaks). I find that when I get stuck, doing some artwork helps to get the gears moving. Last night, I played around with some watercolors. Shifting to a different creative medium helps me to think outside the proverbial box a little bit better. I know that many of my followers are writers, but do any/all of you dabble in other mediums as well?

What are your techniques for getting unstuck? Or perhaps you would just like to comment on Oreos. Too much can never be said about them.

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10 comments

  1. How anal is it that I’m a little bothered by the name “Triple Double Oreos”? It’s just – triple and double in the same name? I mean, I get it. I do. But – really?

    This will likely not stop me from trying them, though.

    I wish I knew how to get unstuck! I’ll be reading all the comments for everyone’s words of wisdom!

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  2. Oh sweetie, you can definitely have an Oreo overkill. Christmas 1995. Remind me to tell you about it someday! šŸ™‚ However, I may have to try these babies…

    P.S. I find it extremely wrong that spell check does not recognize Oreo.

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  3. Ooooh, those Oreos! I’m so sending my husband some of those in his next deployment care package, possibly with a jar of peanut butter to dip them in. šŸ™‚

    When I’m stuck, I exercise. Or read. Or surf the internet, but I wouldn’t exactly call that productive.

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