Watermelon Oreos are now up for grabs at Target.
For those of us who grew up hating watermelon candy, the very thought of eating a watermelon-flavored Oreo cookie is definitely a little off-putting. I don’t think watermelon candy tastes anything like watermelon, but I’ve also been told that I have the palate of a toddler.
According to a Oreo spokesperson Kimberly Fontes, the company decided to go with watermelon since it’s a fun flavor for the summer season. If you’re curious to see what all the fuss is about, then you’d better do it soon. The summer months are short, and supplies are limited.
Watermelon Oreos are very strange cookies, indeed. Not surprisingly, they’ve managed to capture the attention of folks on Twitter. You can find a handful of their reactions to the limited-edition treat below.
IF NSA LISTEN TO EVERYTHING! AND STOP PEOPLE MAKING BOMBS! HOW COME THEY NO STOP NABISCO FROM MAKING WATERMELON OREOS!?
— DRUNK HULK (@DRUNKHULK) June 18, 2013
Rumor has it Target is selling new Watermelon Oreos… someone should bring some to our show tonight so we can taste test. Just saying 🙂
— Sidewalk Prophets (@swprophets) June 18, 2013
Today’s hot topics according to all the radio stations I follow on Facebook Hairy Leg Stockings and Watermelon Oreos. Damn exciting stuff.
— Shane Loughran (@theshanecast) June 19, 2013
Overwhelming excitement seems to be a popular response.
WATERMELON OREOS OH MY GOODNESS WHERE IS THE NEAREST GROCERY STORE
— Kate Karpel (@KateKarpel) June 19, 2013
— BlackMediaScoop (@BlackMediaSCOOP) June 18, 2013
And then there are those who linked the cookies to slavery.
I’ve seen Grape cupcakes, now Watermelon Oreos? Yeah we’ll be Slaves again soon
— The Bad Guy (@AntiCHILL) June 6, 2013
Watermelon Oreos are slavery in a package and I am here for it.
— Dean Harding (@DeanHarding) June 17, 2013
You mean slavery? Yes RT @PazMolina Did I just see the words ‘Watermelon Oreos’????????
— Taco Ruxin (@_DonEsco) May 30, 2013
Why am I still lmfao @PattiLaHelle when she said “ain’t nobody got time for this slavery snack” in regards to watermelon Oreos?
— ∆NTHONY (@GooberSnattch) June 7, 2013
What do you think about the limited-edition Watermelon Oreos? Are you rushing out to your nearest Target location for a package at this very moment?