Are the new Oreo flavors awesome or just awful?

Are the new Oreo flavors awesome or just awful?

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Mondelēz International just introduced two new Oreo flavors: wasabi and hot chicken wings. This is hardly the first time the company has put out unusual flavors, such as Swedish fish and candy cane, but these are the most peculiar yet and unapologetically savory. Right now, they're only made for sale in China, but maybe they'll come stateside some day. Would you eat an Oreo that tastes like chicken, or does this go in a direction that's just plain wrong? What do you think?

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American inventor Charles Kettering once declared, "The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress." Here we have wildly inventive flavors of a beloved snack and rather than rest on its laurels, the makers of Oreo are trying something new, something different, and of course people are freaking out. Don't be afraid. Embrace the change. 

And to those who say this will ruin your childhood, just how fragile was your childhood that chicken-flavored Oreos could destroy it? Get a therapist and enjoy your cookies. 

Is nothing sacred? Oreos are great as they are, simple and delicious. Chocolate wafers. Whatever the cream stuff is. Period.

Do you dunk sushi in milk? Would you pour hot sauce on your cookies? Companies think they need to keep things interesting by creating novelty flavors, but all they do is make customers feel nauseated. The world doesn't need hummus ice cream* or pineapple cheesecake Corn Nuts** and it definitely doesn't need freaky Oreos.

*Yes, this exists
**Fortunately, this does not
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