A guy really wanted some Oreos, but didn’t want to go to the store. Ok, he probably just couldn’t find them in a store anywhere near him. The Oreos in question are kettle corn-flavored, and very likely difficult to find. I didn’t even know they made that flavor. Anyway, he located them on Amazon, and decided to pull the plug and get them.
We’ll get to the rest of the story in a bit. How many of us use Amazon? Well, it’s hard to say, but I can imagine that most of us probably do. They make it too easy to order things, right? We’ve all experienced getting things that were crammed into a box that was too small. The edges of the packaging may be torn up, or it was just completely destroyed. Likewise, we’ve all gotten things in boxes that could have been the next size down. Sometimes the person packaging items grabs the first box they can that just looks “eh, that’ll do,” you know?
Jason Howell, impulsive Oreo-purchaser, experienced an extreme version of the latter. He received his Oreos in a massive box. They were purchased via Amazon Pantry, which is a service that sends groceries through Amazon to your home. Anyway, I guess they typically see more items that just a pack of Oreos, so the larger boxes maybe were all they had? Or perhaps the person packing the order thought it would be funny. Either way, here’s a video of Jason un-packing his almost lost pack of Oreos.