They use the vanilla cookies, not the traditional chocolate ones. And in between you get cream that's half pink, half green, and all watermelon-y.
By all rights, this should be disgusting . . . but the early reviews online are POSITIVE. The website JunkFoodGuy.com described it as, quote, "a watermelon taste like it had been blended with cream. Imagine a watermelon ice cream."
They're $3 a package, but you can only get Watermelon Oreos at Target, and just for the summer.
THIS is why teachers and administrators love their jobs.
I'm sure we all wish we could be a cop when we're sitting in traffic on the parkways, just flip on those lights and get around! This guy put a blue flashing light in his vehicle, why? "You can get around so much faster when stupid people are moving out of your way." Truer words have never been spoken. Click for the story.
This BuzzFeed article has me laughing out loud at my desk!
CHECK IT OUT ----> BuzzFeed
Looks like Mumford and Sons bass player, Ted Dwane is doing A-OK after his emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain. The normally long haired Dwane is sporting a shaved head with a giant scar. Although he is home from the hospital, Dwane is still not ready to play any shows. Mumford and Sons have continued to cancel their summer tour...but as long as Dwane continues to recover, we'll see them on stage soon.
READ MORE HERE ----> MTV
Take a look at Dwane's new look:
Courtesy of TMZ
What happens when a little girl decides to set up a lemonade stand for peace outside the Westboro Baptist Church headquarters in Kansas? Members of the community step out in droves to show support, even as the hate group tries to quash it.
Five-year-old Jayden, the daughter of Jon Sink, founder of the philanthropic arts group FRESHCASSETTE - Creative Compassion, decided to set up a stand selling pink lemonade at The Equality House on Friday afternoon. The Equality House is a rainbow-colored building directly across the street from Westboro's Topeka compound. The house, which was painted the colors of the pride flag in March, was bought by Aaron Jackson, one of the founders of Planting Peace, a multi-pronged nonprofit set up in 2004 and aimed at spreading goodwill and equality around the globe.
READ MORE ---> Huffington Post
Krissy will never look at a kayak or her father the same way again.....