Black and White cookies, if you didn’t already know, are made from the ingredients of good and delicious, and come from a factory run by attractive Asian supermodels. The black side is a dark flavored mix of sugar and black, which is good in its own right, and the white side, also has sugar, but is crunchier than black and a little lighter on the palate. The best part of black and white cookies though is the fact that you’re pretty much getting two cookies for the price of one. The thing is, I’m not so sure if the black part could go well on its own, and the white part is somewhat lacking that counter punch. But together, mixing in harmonious jungle fever, black and white make peace in the mouth, and also peace in the heart. Black and white cookies, I heart thou.
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