Oreo Is Releasing The First-Ever Left-Handed Pack Of Oreo Cookies
Do you know a lefty who would love a pack of left-handed Oreos?
If you happen to be part of the 10 percent of the population that’s left-handed, you know you’re pretty unique. There are, of course, disadvantages to living in a world made for the 90 percent of the population that’s right-handed. But there are also some pretty awesome advantages.
Science has proven that lefties are pretty darn exceptional. For instance, they are more likely to be good at sports and also known to be better problem solvers. Not only that, but left-handed people are also in a select group of notable names. Famous lefties include Albert Einstein, President Barack Obama, Bill Gates and Neil Armstrong.
Left-handed Oreo fans have likely noticed that the package always opens on the left, which is more convenient for right-handers. Now, however, lefties can sign up to receive a limited-edition Oreo pack that opens on the right instead!
All you have to do for your chance to score one for $3 (which is actually just the shipping cost) is visit Oreo’s website and fill out the form.
Know a lefty who would love a pack of left-handed Oreos? You can send them to someone you know as a surprise gift! Just put their address on the form instead of yours and they’ll get a sweet surprise in about eight weeks.
But you’ll need to order them before they disappear on Aug. 30. Though you should probably just place your order now because the offer is only available while supplies last.
Will you be grabbing a package of these limited-edition cookies?
Other Great Products For Lefties
If you’re looking for some other products designed specifically with lefties in mind, check out some of these cool ideas.
You can get an iPad case that is made for left-handed people.
Kitchen Tool Set
This kitchen tool set would certainly make meal prep easier for left-handed chefs.
Lefties at the office will be much more productive with a keyboard designed with their comfort in mind.
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