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Man Invents Oreo Separator Machine [VIDEO]

Apparently, some people will go to extremes to have their cookies just the way they like them.

“Physicist and copywriter” David Neevel built an Oreo separator machine for the sole purpose of scrapping the crème off his Oreos, so he can have his cookies they way he likes them.

Neevel says the built the machine using aluminum scraps, wood, motors and wires and it took its toll on his social life. He says, “It was a big-time commitment to build the machine. I didn’t get to see my girlfriend or my dog for hours at a time.”

Check out David’s kind of interesting, kind of strange contraption here:

 

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