Oreo Whisper Fight Super Bowl Commercial Is Kind of Cool

RM Herold@@BR_RollinFeatured ColumnistFebruary 4, 2013

My, my look who is back? Oreos!

The old, classic cookie comes out with its own Superbowl commercial late in the first quarter. The setting is a library—remember what those are, kids?

Basically, two guys start arguing about the what is the best part of the Oreo cookie: Is it the cookie or is it the cream?

Everyone knows the answer to that, I mean, you cannot lick the cookie, sheesh.

What starts out as a whisper disagreement turns into a huge fight, with chair tossing and lamps breaking—and that's just the first 10 seconds.

Soon after the fire trucks show up, an old fashioned riot breaks out—without any looting, of course.

While hoses are blasting at rising fires, one woman whispers that she is going to call the cops.

Cops break through the library's brick wall and pull out the megaphone.

Which means all the whispers stop, right? 

Of course not.

See, the cop whispers through the megaphone. These are fun times.

In the end you have to choose sides: Are you team cookie or team cream?

Then, go check its Instagram page for validation. 

I personally love the commercial, but then again, I've lived in L.A., where folks riot just because it's Wednesday. 

I'm pretty sure this one will trend, as it is definitely one of the winners.

What say you, folks? Are you team cream, team cookie?

Let me know and follow @br_Rollin

Related

    Julio Jones Isn't Drinking the TO Kool-Aid

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Julio Jones Isn't Drinking the TO Kool-Aid

    Mike Freeman
    via Bleacher Report

    Brady Hints at Retiring at 45 with IG Comment

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Brady Hints at Retiring at 45 with IG Comment

    Joseph Zucker
    via Bleacher Report

    Report: Jameis Braces for Suspension

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Report: Jameis Braces for Suspension

    Kyle Newport
    via Bleacher Report

    Rivers' Offseason Job? Playcaller for Son's Football Team

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Rivers' Offseason Job? Playcaller for Son's Football Team

    Eric D. Williams
    via ESPN.com