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You like cookies, i do too. Lets chat.


Oreo's. Still an awesome snack, with or without milk.


Soft Batch. Great cookie, so very moist. Cant eat just one.


Biscotti. An awesome cookie, great test, great for dipping in milk and or coffee.


chips ahoy. Enough said. The prefered snack of stoners everywhere.


Questionable. I call these cookies, everyone else calls em krackers...yet have you ever eaten crackers like these? I thought not.


Feel free to add your favorite!

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shit, we can talk about some cookies now...


...and a bug mug of red capped milk (anything else is for pussies) but i generaly have to go with murrays assorted cookies, the ones that come with the 4 diffrent kinds, chocholate, butter, choc.chip, and my personal favorite the coconut ones,(someone find me a pictur if possible) theyre generic, and only cost 1.99 for a bag of them but theyre dank, they soak up milk like ahhh yeah thats a damn fine cookie!

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nah, nah, its like this...


those cookies made by hillshire (spell check) farm...

the same people who make the cheese fish.


well, they make those milano, white chocolate and a whole bunch more... now those are cookies.


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Where are my cookies?

Often cookies are not where we expect them, the result of evaluating new browsers or other activities when you chose not to install over the browser currently in use. Hard drives have gotten so large, that it is not practical to browse for cookies. It is also entirely possible that your cookies are not on your C: drive. They do not even have to be in the directory/subdirectory (folder) where the browser is installed.


By default all browsers, that I have seen which support cookies, install them in a folder under the folder where the browser is installed. However, this can be overridden at the time of installation or subsequently. When space becomes a problem on the C: drive, many move items from their C: drive to another drive to ensure smooth operation of their system.


The one reliable fashion to find all cookie files on a given PC is to use the Find command and search all drives on the system for "cookie". You may find a few other documents, but you should locate all of your cookie files and folders.


Yes, there are both files and folders by the name of cookie. Netscape Navigator writes a single file by the name of "cookies.txt" whereas Microsoft Explorer creates a folder labeled "cookies" and then creates individual files for each cookie.



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Guest Catch22

When I read this thread earlier today I got all hungry for some cookies. Luckily about 20 min ago one of our clients at work sent us a basket of cookies. I love it when shit like this happens.





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