Mr. Christie, you make good cookies.
Oreo® and Chips Ahoy®, Fudgee-O® and Teddy Grahams® are all so delicious. They taste so good we’ll forgive you for your lapse in judgement when you came up with Belvita®. But Mr. Christie, you don’t seem to like to share. Or you play favourites, I’m not sure which. I do know that the USA has many, many more delectable editions of your famous cookies than we do up here in Canada.
Sure, you’ve given us Double Stuff Oreos and soft bake Chips Ahoy and we thank you (even though we got them much later than our southern neighbours). I’d also like to say thanks for passing along the recipe for mint Oreos and double Fudgee-Os. Halloween Oreos are a nice token you toss our way, so there’s that.
Recently, through the power of the internet, I discovered that we are missing out in the Great White North. What’s up, Mr. C.? Raspberry Oreos, Chocolate Covered Oreos, Peanut Butter Oreos, must I go on? Okay, I will. Cookie Dough Oreos? What has Canada done to be left out of these special treats?
Did you date a Canadian and it ended badly?
Have you not heard about the Fair Trade Agreement? We signed that thing back in 1987.
You know we can see your commercials up here, right? We know about these cookies, Mr. Christie. We know.
Are you afraid of maple of syrup?
Does poutine make you anxious?
Are we not worthy of cookie dough bundled between chocolate wafers? If you cut us, do we not bleed?
Who hurt you, Mr. Christie?
My kind (and favourite) sister sent me some of these novel cookies and now that we’ve tried them, there is no going back. Please, Mr. Christie, in the name of all that’s Nabisco®, send them to Canada. Or the very least, send them to me.
My passion is real.