Cadbury Chocolate And Oreo Cookies Have Come Together In An Unholy Union

Oreos will never be done experimenting on our minds and hearts with new flavor combos. Pop Sugar reports that Cadbury Chocolate Oreos are now out there, and they’re tormenting us:

So simple, but so powerful. Just dip an Oreo in more chocolate! Of course!

Unfortunately for my sanity, these special editions are only available internationally, and it’s unclear if they’ll make it to the states. When doing some research (aka drooling over cookie photos), I discovered another variation on this crazy mix—what appears to be a Cadbury chocolate bar stuff with bits of Oreo cookie and cream? What??

Right?!

But it also doesn’t seem to be in the U.S. Why are you doing this to me, Nabisco? These cookie mirages must end!

This Boy’s Reaction To A Surprise Visit From His Sister Has The Internet In Tears

When most people head off to college, it’s usually the home cooking or family pets that they miss the most. But for Jessica Evans, a student at the University of North Georgia, it was greeting her brother, David, 15, when he comes home on the school bus every day. 

Here’s a collection of clips from the past year of Evans surprising her brother by coming home that explain exactly why she missed it so much… 

It’d be hard not to have a smile on your face after being greeted like that. The tweet quickly went viral, and currently has over 125,000 retweets and 320,000 likes. People demanded more, and Evans obliged…

Evans explained to WSB-TV that she won’t be able to surprise her brother anymore, and feeling bummed, she wanted to look through the clips and decided to share them to cheer everyone up. 

“I started looking at videos from the past year from when I surprised him by coming home or getting him off the bus or picking him up from school.” 

“I’m just happy so many people have accepted the video and him with such positivity.” 

Twitter adored the video. 

Too sweet. 

This Boy’s Reaction To A Surprise Visit From His Sister Has The Internet In Tears

When most people head off to college, it’s usually the home cooking or family pets that they miss the most. But for Jessica Evans, a student at the University of North Georgia, it was greeting her brother, David, 15, when he comes home on the school bus every day. 

Here’s a collection of clips from the past year of Evans surprising her brother by coming home that explain exactly why she missed it so much… 

It’d be hard not to have a smile on your face after being greeted like that. The tweet quickly went viral, and currently has over 125,000 retweets and 320,000 likes. People demanded more, and Evans obliged…

Evans explained to WSB-TV that she won’t be able to surprise her brother anymore, and feeling bummed, she wanted to look through the clips and decided to share them to cheer everyone up. 

“I started looking at videos from the past year from when I surprised him by coming home or getting him off the bus or picking him up from school.” 

“I’m just happy so many people have accepted the video and him with such positivity.” 

Twitter adored the video. 

Too sweet. 

Man Makes Nazi Salute On Camera, Gets Immediately Punched In The Face

Rule one – don’t be a racist moron.Rule two – if you choose to be a racist moron, understand that the rest of the world is not on your side. Rule three – if you make a stupid shield as part of a dumb war costume so you and your racist moron friend…

He Accidentally Sent A Grad Photo To The Wrong Number, But The Response Was Awesome

When Justin Campbell graduated from Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina, it was only natural that he’d want to share his accomplishment with others.
That’s why he snapped a photo of himself and his friend all dressed up in their grad…

Obama’s Charlottesville Response Is The Most Liked Tweet Of All Time

Donald Trump received heavy criticism for the way he responded to the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.Which is probably why so many people are retweeting and liking Barack Obama’s tweet in response to the violence in Charlottesville.The form…

Obama’s Charlottesville Response Is The Most Liked Tweet Of All Time

Donald Trump received heavy criticism for the way he responded to the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.Which is probably why so many people are retweeting and liking Barack Obama’s tweet in response to the violence in Charlottesville.The form…

Tech Entrepreneur Shares Creepy Messages She Received After Asking For Business Advice

It’s fair to say that the tech industry isn’t always the friendliest place for women. According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), just 25 percent of the computing workforce was female in 2015. Back in June, Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick took a leave of absence amid a sexual harassment scandal. And just last week, James Damore was fired by Google over a controversial manifesto on workplace equality. 

Now, Lydia Jones, a tech entrepreneur from the North West of England and co-founder of the Troops mobile app, has taken to Twitter to share the series of texts she received after asking for business advice on Facebook. 

You can probably guess how people reacted. 

While others offered actual business advice. 

Mashable reached out to the man involved, who explained his actions:

“In the end I didn’t say much else because I found out that it wasn’t appropriate to ask her even though she said she was open,” he said. “The digital and text word can be misunderstood” but if “this was said in person it wouldn’t have been a big deal.”

“Richard Branson said all publicity is good publicity so I’m glad she’s spreading my brand around. I haven’t committed a crime here. 

“Sure it’s inappropriate if she doesn’t admit ‘yes’ to being sexually open.” 

He concluded:

“I could say she was harnessing me for free advice. I gave her some advice too.”

Jones doesn’t think the issue of sexual harassment in the tech industry is going to get resolved any time soon:  

“In my opinion, this vibe won’t really change until we have a female founder / CEO  of a platform on the same scale as a Airbnb or Twitter. But it should not have to be that way for women to be heard.” 

Twitter Comedian Posts ‘Handy’ Nazi Flowchart To Help People Figure It Out

It’s not particularly complicated…The violence and terrorism on display over the weekend prompted some unexpectedly equivocal commentary from many on the right, including the current occupant of the White House. So in order to clear things up an…

Twitter Comedian Posts ‘Handy’ Nazi Flowchart To Help People Figure It Out

It’s not particularly complicated…The violence and terrorism on display over the weekend prompted some unexpectedly equivocal commentary from many on the right, including the current occupant of the White House. So in order to clear things up an…