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These Oreos exist and you can currently buy them in stores. They taste exactly the same as normal Oreos except they are pink and green. While I was researching this comic, I discovered someone has encased a single Gaga Oreo in a block of resin and is selling it online as memorabilia.

The problem with this is that, unless you dehydrate organic matter before putting it in resin, it will begin to discolor rather frequently. I have made many resin earrings with dried flowers and learned this the hard way.

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What? Who doesn't like Oreos? Now I want Oreos.
Andy 2/13/21 reply
Some people think they're too sweet! I know vegan folks like that they're vegan, which is cool.
Emma 2/16/21 reply
 
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