Just like the argument whether the chicken or egg came first, the question of which is better, cookies or cream, has long existed. Especially with the Oreo cookie. This 'inventor' in Portland decided to live the city's mantra by keeping things weird and bringing an unnecessary solution to the snack food conundrum.

Physicist and Copywriter, David Neevel, created the ingeniously named Oreo Seperator Machine, or OSM for short, to simply separate the two cookies from the cream center. The machine built out of a hatchet, wood, motors and aluminum kept Neevel away from his family for hours and took him .04 months to build. It's an american marvel and just the first of more Oreo Separators to come.

Watch Neevel explain the OSM and see it in action