Wacky April Fool’s pranks offer knee-slapping laughs: Deceiving Moldreo

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As tasty, wholesome snacks enjoyed by all ages, Oreos are undeniably one of the most popular cookies in America. With so many people at the mercy of the two-toned, cream-filled confections, a world of Oreo-themed pranks opens up. One of such is the “Moldreo,” a moldy-looking Oreo whose name was endearingly dubbed by a select handful of practical joke connoisseurs. With April Fool’s right around the corner, it might just be time to join in.

Materials: 

  1. One box of Oreos that come in a tray
  2. Green food coloring
  3. Flour
  4. Someone who likes Oreos
  5. Patience
  6. An artist’s eye for mold spores

Preparation: 

To avoid suspicion, bring actual snacks and share them with your target for at least a few days in advance. Choose a good time to sit down, and use food coloring drops to color the fillings of the Oreos. Bring up a picture of mold to get it as realistic as possible. Dust a generous amount of flour on the chocolate cookie portion and add a light touch of food coloring to it. Be sure to keep the packaging in good shape.

Keep some normal Oreos to give out to lull the victim into a false sense of security before you strike like a cobra. Put the “moldy” cookies in the very back of the tray, and seal everything up.

Execution: 

Offer Oreos to your victim. Keep up an air of gentle camaraderie and innocence.

Gift the box after a bit and leave. Allow them to discover the Moldreos on their own. It’s a spiritual experience.

Reaction: 

If all goes well, your wonderfully crafted mold spots should fool the target for a solid few seconds and elicit disgust. Of course, pranks don’t always go perfectly, but with this one, you can, at the very least, get some Oreos out of it.