The proper way to eat oreos: two milks, both 2%, both in a glass-glass; one short, no ice, for dipping; one tall, with ice, for drinking.
The separate dipping glass ensures that the ice will not damage your soggy oreo.
After you polish off the glass of iced milk, pour the non-iced dunking milk into the now empty glass filled with ice, like so:
The dunking milk is now ready for drinking.
Contrary to popular belief, drinking milk with ice is not gross. Ice is a necessary part of my milk drinking experience.
Exhibit B (which, admittedly, looks very similar to Exhibit A):
Exhibit C (which, admittedly, does nothing to strengthen my case):
Exhibit D (is best complimented by a glass of milk with ice):
After reviewing my photos, I'd like to turn the tables and point out the obvious: drinking milk without ice is gross. Also, drinking milk in a plastic cup is gross. If that non-iced milk in a plastic cup is served at a diner out of one of those giant bags of milk (hidden in the stainless steel box), ewww, triple-gross.
Listening to: Amy Winehouse - You know I'm no good