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Association of Stroopwafel Addicts

Uncyclopedia used to have an article about stroopwafels.
Stroopwafels
Anthere declares the Stroopwafel the official food of Wikimedia.
A Stroopwafel addict eating fresh stroopwafels in the streets of Gouda, Netherlands. In the background you can see the sign that reads "Goudse Stroopwafels", Gouda being the city of origin of stroopwafels

Welcome to the Association of Stroopwafel Addicts (ASA). This is an association for people who have tasted a stroopwafel at least *once* and like it very, very, very much. There is no obligation to be Dutch. Documentation on the History of the Stroopwafel in Wikimedia can be found on the official ASA posters.[1][2] You are welcome to print the poster yourself and hang it up in all appropriate places. You may add yourself if you have tasted the taste of heaven, the stroopwafel. Only Dutch stroopwafels count!

Self proclaimed honorary life permanently high memberEdit

  • notafish }<';> 22:39, 15 January 2007 (UTC) There is nothing I hate more than being reverted by an IP. ;-)

And the reason why I am that member can be found here: The real history of Wikimedia's crave for stroopwafels

ohhh...

MembersEdit

Feel free to add yourself:

  1. Effeietsanders 19:53, 29 October 2006 (UTC)
  2. Arne (akl) 20:06, 29 October 2006 (UTC) Yummy!
  3. Filip (§) 22:17, 29 October 2006 (UTC)
  4. notafish }<';> 22:21, 29 October 2006 (UTC) /me thinks she should be made honorary life permanent high member of this association. Without me, it wouldn't exist.
  5. 86.211.255.252 (who used to be on a diet)
    • hmmm, that's a Clermont Ferrand ip...
      • Just came back from Rotterdam. I sinned, omg I sinned....
  6. brion YUMMMM
  7. TOR 19:10, 30 October 2006 (UTC) Must... eat... Stroopwafels...!
  8. Does Belgian one count? It's at a stone's throw... :-) Petr K 19:17, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
  9. Obarskyr 19:24, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
  10. Erwin85 21:31, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
  11. Aphaia 16:57, 1 November 2006 (UTC) Oh Wafel ...
  12. Kurt Jansson 19:41, 1 November 2006 (UTC) desperately in need for his next fix
  13. --Jimbo Wales 16:00, 5 November 2006 (UTC) I joined! proof visible here
  14. Michael Snow cheats and jumps to the front of the line so he can get his stroopwafels. He promises to leave at least a few for everyone else.
    1. Placed all at the back because of cheating. Now hope there is a stroopwafel left at the end ;-) Effeietsanders 20:46, 6 November 2006 (UTC)
  15. Quendus 09:02, 16 November 2006 (UTC) (Honingwafels are a surprisingly effective substitute btw. Quendus 08:58, 8 January 2007 (UTC))
  16. David Strauss 16:31, 16 December 2006 (CST)
  17. Brad Patrick oh what sweet addiction you are...
  18. Valhallasw 19:24, 31 December 2006 (UTC) need.... one.... neeed.... one.... neeeeeeeeeeeed.... one......
  19. Husky 00:11, 9 January 2007 (UTC) - I pity all of you who need to take desperate measures for a packet of stroopwafels. My local grocery carries five variants, starting at a low price of just 1 euro...
  20. Annabel 14:35, 28 January 2007 (UTC) I like stroopwafels very much. Unfortunately they are not available in the local grocery ... ;)
    Just renewed the membership. Since I know where to buy them very nearby ... :p Annabel 15:23, 16 February 2010 (UTC)
  21. Dolledre 14:40, 28 January 2007 (UTC) Boycot that grocery Annabel ;)
  22. Rubbishbook (194.66.185.53 15:36, 25 January 2007 (UTC))
  23. Yay4stroop! Radiant! 12:33, 14 February 2007 (UTC)
  24. User:Het Koekiemonster - I eat everything, even stroopwafers :)
  25. Obradovic Goran 00:31, 22 February 2007 (UTC) mmmm, stroopwafel for Goran.
  26. Daniel () 20:59, 15 March 2007 (UTC) Yay!
  27. Beetstra 17:28, 1 April 2007 (UTC) Why did I have to move from a country where you can buy these on every corner of the street ...
  28. Siebrand 20:46, 1 April 2007 (UTC)
  29. I never knew there were others like me... Abeg92 01:46, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
  30. I ate it once, my brother got it from netherlands..I'm gonna make a local copy :P--The Joke النكتة‎ 00:51, 30 May 2007 (UTC)
  31. MoiraMoira - way of life
  32. I had one at Wikimania Taipei now I must find more :)Cspurrier 13:34, 3 August 2007 (UTC)
  33. I was a bit skeptical at fist, but I'm won over now. Jon Harald Søby 02:28, 5 August 2007 (UTC)
  34. OosWesThoesBes 13:06, 16 February 2008 (UTC) (Yes, you can even buy them in Limburg! :))
  35. rozelf 19 February 2008. Imitating Homer Simpson's voice ... Mmmmmm, stroooopwafelssss! I have to wait until the European Markets arrive in town before I can taste them again. :D
  36. Paul Rollins 26 February 2008. I love them, especially the Honey ones! I blame Oscar for getting me onto these. I ate several packets while in Utrecht/Nieuwegein. Only problem is I cannot find them here in the UK!
  37. Jojanneke - addict for life ;)
  38. Forrestjunky 02:12, 8 March 2008 (UTC) - if you've tried one, you know why ;)
  39. Heather W. I just finished one, and am seriously thinking about having another once I am done typing. So happy I finally found them at my local '. Yummmmmmmm
  40. --PalaeoMal 21:51, 22 March 2008 (UTC) At least one stroopwafel a day!
  41. Arnie - I <3 stroopwafels!
  42. Marjolein - I miss them so much since I moved to Paris. :( Stroopwafels for life!!! <333
  43. Romaine 19:19, 21 July 2008 (UTC) - me is lucky to be able to buy them around the corner here.
  44. My Aunt sent me a pack from Amsterdam and I have been hopelessly hooked (and paying outrageous international shipping charges) ever since. Why doesn't someone make these in the US?!?
  45. --Mido 12:42, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
  46. MigGroningen 08:40, 3 August 2008 (UTC) Never been to Wikimania yet, but otherwise guilty as charged
  47. EivindJ 15:26, 3 August 2008 (UTC) I start drooling just by thinking about them. Stroopwafels is vreklekker! Miskien die beste kos in die werêld :)
  48. Emma
  49. They're more delicious than cats... or something. -- Mentisock 12:37, 12 September 2008 (UTC)
  50. yes, had them in Taipeh! sebmol ? 14:16, 12 September 2008 (UTC)
  51. Mmmmmm... SPQRobin (inc!) 16:14, 12 September 2008 (UTC)
  52. PaulaPaixaoNovember, 10th, 2008. I could live in a stroowafels world and be happily ever after! Why the hell can't we find them in France?
  53. Daniel "Spanky" fell in love with them in Amsterdam and has to resort to 2nd class Stroopwafels from Trader Joes. *sigh*
  54. Koshka Bitner 12 December 2008 just can't possibly get anywhere near enough Stroopwafels
  55. Ko Ming 13 December 2008 boought all the Stroopwafels from the store in order to stock, since he doesn't knows when that damn store is going to have more of them.
  56. Gazzafm just received stroopwafel from girlfriend, oozy syrupy yummy gooey, and that was even before i ate the damn thing, the smell was divine, the concept heavenly. Yay for my baby...long live stroopwafelsssssss.December 20 2008
  57. Rand Montoya: January 12th, 2009 Totally a member now. Special thanks to Jan-Bart, I'm not only an eater, but also a distributor of the stroopy goodness.
  58. Native stroopwafel addict here. :-) ColinHelvensteijn 20:45, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
  59. Our whole family fell in love with stroopwafels when we lived in Nijmegen for a year 1982-83 -- I still bring them home to my now grown sons whenever I visit the Netherlands. I bet at least one of my sons will join as soon as I tell them about this site!
  60. Bhpartee 20:40, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
  61. catherine yronwode yum yum yum.
  62. Stifle 09:38, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
  63. Steven Ashley Wilson 00:51, 7 March 2009 (PDT) - Oh My God...they are soooo good!
  64. Dami 19:51, 8 April 2009 (UTC) ever since my brothers brought some home, I knew something was missing from my life :)
  65. Ose 21:02, 18 May 2009 (UTC) Visiting Holland changed my life for ever. Lets bring the stroopy goodness to the rest of the world!
  66. DitchT "Quite astonishing...When I lifted the softened mass to my mouth from off my hot mug of tea for the first time when visiting Apeldoorn in 2002, it was love at first bite. I could never love another..."
  67. anonymousgradstudent Delicious!
  68. User:yimminie(USA). I cannot stop. My annual trek to Aruba wasn't enough. Now I'm buying them on-line.
  69. Damien "Every year I get to eat five stroopwafels imported directly from Holland to Russia. Wish we had them here. Need them, maybe even more then life itself?"
  70. Rick (USA) stroopwafles are like crack. I said I never would try crack because I heard of its addictive qualities, but no one warned me about stroopwafles. Then when I learned the trick of putting it on a steaming cup of liquid, I became a life-time addict!
  71. Winkelwagentje I ♥ Stroopwafels. What a wonderful treat!
  72. Kirky, Hull, UK. My friend is in NL right now and I gave him €50 to spend on stroopwafels for me. Do I have a problem?
  73. Mardetanha i have heard of Stroopwafel before but it was Effeietsanders who gave me the first one and i really liked it . --Mardetanha talk 12:21, 8 September 2009 (UTC)
  74. TJ, Albuquerque NM, USA First had them shipped from sister in Germany. Now... a hopeless addict. Found them here at Trader Joe's and Talin International Market! September 2009
  75. DU, I stock up when the company sends me! Don't ever give any to JatoJr, he's an abuser not a user! Oct-2009
  76. JatoJr, Boise ID, USA. My colleuges from Veldhoven/Eindhoven bring them over for me! And DU (above) is just jealous because I have in my possession 20 (TWENTY!!!) stuks! They are better in Holland though!
  77. A stroopwafel a day keeps de doctor away. Dutch user Rododendron 20:01, 4 November 2009 (UTC)
  78. In stroopwafels we trust. Three packs a day is more than adequate to defeat the cravings. Thank heavens for the trans-channel clandestine importers.Deebee 02:57, 17 November 2009 (UTC)
  79. OMG, I had no idea there was a documented stroopwafel addiction. I casually mentioned that I finished the last stroopwafel from my trip and my friend sent me a link to this site. I <3 stroopwafels! Wendy Sato, Mountain View, CA, USA 00:50, 8 December 2009 (UTC)
  80. I confess: I'm a stroopwafel-addict. But where on earth can you buy them in County Clare???? Miss them much since I left Holland! Eddylandzaat 02:18, 17 February 2010 (UTC)
  81. ekyec <3 dutch stroopwafels. i daydream about them all the time. i am going to holland partly just to satisfy this ongoing craving. i need to figure out how to get them back in australia.
  82. om nom nom nom!! -- ArielGlenn 19:38, 6 May 2010 (UTC)
  83. Stroopwafels are the tastiest, most delicious delicacy and need to be enjoyed by everyone. I got back from Amsterdam a couple of days ago and the stroopwafels there are calling for me to go back :D
  84. simplejosh Had my first stroopwafel this past winter, freshly made in Delft. Bought as many as I could carry home to the states:) planning a trip back to the Netherlands soon, mostly for stroopwafel!
  85. Australian - Tried my first today and am officially hooked.
  86. Olivier Bommel 12:02, 19 August 2010 (UTC)
  87. Kate: My oma would give us a stroopwafels and hot cocoa before bed when we would visit as children, been an addict since a very young age.
  88. Dominique: Discovered during my last holidays in august 2010. Miam ! Absolutely delicious !
  89. Have been eating factory made wafels for years but have finally just tasted my very first (and second!) fresh stroopwafel. Made by a Dutchman in Norway. TimTipple 12:59, 22 September 2010 (UTC)
  90. Jules H-G omg they are super-good
  91. Andrew S - Delft - Moved to the Netherlands last month, haven't gone a day without them since. Keep them in my desk at work, at home. Everywhere.
  92. Arkansas - Sculptar the Barbarian - just brought back a batch from Amsterdam. They are stroop-a-licious.
  93. Ellen Timber - Really loved them on my last trip to the netherlands!
  94. Tian Johnson, South Africa
  95. user:P-J I LOVE STROOPWAFELS!
  96. PADVINDER - stroopwafels are the single greatest food product in the world - bar none!
  97. nattika, Bangkok, Australia
  98. Firstochrit 15:25, 11 December 2010 (UTC)
  99. Brandon - I was introduced to this Dutch sensation about a year ago. I have only recently learned that they are a Dutch treat. This was EXCELLENT news as I live only 20 minutes from Lancaster, Pa, home of the PA Dutch. I may exhaust my entire savings indulging in what I consider a wonder of the world.
  100. Hillary Fay Hausler
  101. Chad - I went backpacking across Europe in 2006 and first discovered them while staying with my cousin in Prague. A week later, I stumbled upon piles and piles of them in the Netherlands during Queens Day. I bought 11 packs of 10, wanting to share them with my friends and family when I returned to Texas. I ended up eating 10 of those 11 boxes. Thanks to World Market, my cravings can always be fulfilled :)
  102. Laurel H - shared my first stroopwafel with a friend... there was no looking back. We devoured the entire package.
  103. Eirian - I start to think about moving to the Netherlands simply for stroopwafel's sake! :p
  104. Chozzy - A stroopwafel over a warm cup of hot chocolate... mmmmmmm. Stroopwafels!!!!!!!!
  105. These things are just so good... Ajraddatz (Talk) 16:20, 12 January 2011 (UTC)
  106. Ryan C - Stroopwafels are a little TOO good...like some sort of terrifying super-science cookie project gone horribly addictive.--Rcousine 06:43, 8 February 2011 (UTC)
  107. R Welch - Michigan - We had visitors from the Netherlands bring these as gifts. Now each year they bring one suitcase full of these. Amazingly addictive!
  108. Kwiki 16:21, 18 February 2011 (UTC) [1]
  109. SJB - Yeah Yeah Strrooooopppp...................Strroooopppppppllll...............gimme gimee.........Strrooooooooooooppppppppp
  110. Communist Nick - Loughborough, He eats Thousands of 'em!
  111. Monty G - These are so good they almost make up for the lack of any other edible food in the Netherlands.
  112. matt b dang
  113. Dario M - Scotland - tried one in the 2000's, can't remember exactly when. Had them a few times since then, devoured all packets I have come into contact with.
  114. Matt DeMartino - 6 April 2011
  115. Annalivia - 10 April, 2011. I love them so much I moved to the Netherlands.
  116. Gak86 09:54, 17 April 2011 (UTC). I just ate one :)
  117. NeilK 22:10, 20 April 2011 (UTC) I am the (stroop)waffel boss
  118. Gussie - 22 April 2011 OMG, OMG, OMG!!!!! Where can I get some???
  119. Béria Lima msg 19:23, 26 April 2011 (UTC)
  120. Nicola D - i can resist anything but stroopwafels! ( Nicola D in Amsterdam choosing between, weed, prostitutes or stroopwafel)
  121. EmmaClarinet :)07.03.2011
  122. Team Awesome - we <3 stroopwafels 23rd May 2011 and beyond
  123. Takot - stroopwafel or die 12:45, 29 May 2011 (UTC)
  124. Jill - Had my first Stroopwafel at work... A colleauge of mine is from Holland and when she came back last time got me a whole box of them and its a blue box and just said "Stroppwafels". One bite and I was hooked!!! Even nice enough to share with my hubby - he's in LOVE with them, saved the box so he can buy them!!! HAHAHAHA!
  125. Sandra - Love Love
  126. VdW36 - 19 june 2011 - eating at least one a day, as I live in the Netherlands
  127. Mathonius 09:25, 6 July 2011 (UTC)
  128. Maniago 09:40, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
  129. jeherve 14 July 2011 - Stroopwafel. What Else?
  130. TBloemink - I'm lucky, they are in every supermarket here :D
  131. I bought seven boxes at Schiphol before returning to Manila, and I will be buying more once I start my studies in Poland. ;) --Sky Harbor (talk) 10:34, 9 August 2011 (UTC)
  132. How did SJB beat me here? Long time addict, first time member. SJ talk | translate   18:24, 9 August 2011 (UTC)
  133. Just one was enough to become an addict. Glad you brought some to Haifa. Deror avi 19:10, 9 August 2011 (UTC)
  134. jamesandrewroach A new lifelong addict is born! 14:22, 16 August 2011 (UTC)
  135. Love at the first bite, 65 cents heaven ... (J.S. Lima of Amsterdam)
  136. Uys of South Africa - not ashamed to be addicted, import limitations restrict to no more than three a day ...
  137. Oh this page is sooo cruel; I don't know where to get them here in North Carolina and I ran out of my supplies... Jcwf 20:25, 25 September 2011 (UTC)
  138. One day long ago in the 1980's I attended the wedding of a co-worker (Seattle) who was from Oak Harbor WA marrying a young man who came to the US from The Netherlands with his parents when he was a young boy. They lived somewhere in Lynden WA. That area Skagit seems to have a lot of Dutch - there are wonderful fields of Tulips grown every year and a festival. Anyway back to the important thing... stroopwafels... many of her husband's family still lived in The Netherlands and brought many, many stroopwafels for the reception and I've been trying to find them ever since (I have found packaged ones but they just aren't the same). My younger sister attended the wedding with me & before we left that reception, we had to take a few more. I bet if she knew about this page she might just have to post.
  139. S.I. 'Patio' Oliantigna 09:26, 7 October 2011 (UTC) How much I miss my daily stroopwafel. Bomboloni. are ok, but theye nothing compared to them.
  140. Raystorm 00:47, 9 October 2011 (UTC) Won over at Wikimania in Haifa. You can't have just one.
  141. Bob Velthuis 24 October 2011 - I am dutch and I love stroopwafels!
  142. Pilar Lovelle Moraleda 29 november 2011 - I am an Spanish girl living in Amsterdam for a year...if I continue eating stroopwafels like that, maybe I'll come back home rolling on myself...
  143. Camille Laurent, I've discovered Stroopwafels when I arrived in Amsterdam, it was not chocolate stuff I didn't care ... Now I'm addict !
  144. Just had my first stroopwafel experience! Dominic 08:43, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
  145. --LauraHale 08:49, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
  146. odder (talk) 08:50, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
  147. Fausto Fernández (Mexico City)
  148. stroopwafels-in-arizona: I sell home-made organic stroopwafels in Arizona - I mail anywhere - I need to know where to get the right cellophane bags - anyone know? User:Stroopwafels-in-arizona
  149. Sam in St. Louis -- I first tried a stroopwafel in Amsterdam last fall with my non-boyfriend. Nomnomnom
  150. A few years too late, but a local coffeehouse sells stroopwafels (at a considerable markup, mind you) and, now that I have had them, I can say with certainty that I love them. harej 21:32, 5 February 2012 (UTC)
  151. Kathleen P., Phoenix, AZ -- There is no such thing as just eating one stroopwafel, not even just one bag. They are soooooooooooo good and soooooooo addicting! I had them first in Beverwijk, Holland from a grocery store. They didn't look like much, but my Dutch friend I was staying with said they were really good. The minute I had the first one, I couldn't stop! I bought 2 bags to bring back home. The first was gone on the plane, and the second (bag of mini stroopwafels) was gone the day after I got home. I have since bought some in Phoenix at World Market, imported from a different town in Holland. Good, but not as good as the ones in Beverwijk! Looking for more brands in Phoenix, AZ.
  152. Good god yes. Chase me ladies, I'm the Cavalry (talk) 13:20, 17 February 2012 (UTC)
  153. Jenny Land, Portland Oregon : I tasted my first Stroopwafel thanks to my Dutch co-worker. Now my ultimate goal in life is to taste a fresh Stroopwafel hot off the griddle! I WILL succeed!
  154. Anthony Collas (JSY C.I) my ex "dutch" girlfriend introduced them to me and on a trip to Amsterdam, had a fresh one made for me in Amsterdam square, nothing better
  155. --1Veertje (talk) 22:01, 3 April 2012 (UTC)
  156. -- the best, the Netherlands presented to the world! :) Marcus Cyron (talk) 22:29, 3 April 2012 (UTC)
  157. Aki and Blu's Auntie M joins the ranks of "addicts" Apr 7, 2012
  158. Arie Khaikin (Haderah,Israel)
  159. Anne Nemsitsveridze-Daniels (Tbilisi, Georgia): we had some of our Dutch project donors bring them in boxes to the office a few times, it. was. delicious.
  160. Daniela Colabuono (Rome): Vi prego importateli in Italia! Ma solo quelli originali, no imitazioni! :)
  161. Pietro M (Rome): definitely the best thing of my three months in Holland!
  162. Mercu (Rome): STROOPWAFEL STATE OF MIND!
  163. Marjory (Michigan): Responsible for creating numerous [though undeclared] Stroopwafel addicts in Michigan and Indiana. No longer easy to find in this neck of the woods.
  164. Dan V. (Plano, TX) My step mom brought me some Stroopwafels from her most recent trip home to Holland. I took one bite and was hooked. Absolutely. Delicious.
  165. Heather H. (Plano, TX) My boyfriend's roommate (Dan, above) made me eat it. And I, liked it. Very much. I need more.
  166. Jason S. (Plano, TX) Tried one of my roommate's stroopwafels and had a mouthgasm.
  167. yum yum -- ※ JéRRy ~ 雨雨  ※  Was?  ※  12:50, 27 June 2012 (UTC)
  168. Thanks to EffeIetsAnders who brought some to Bologna this year - --Elitre (talk) 14:47, 27 June 2012 (UTC)
  169. Justin : Very afraid to leave stroop.
  170. LM (Massachusetts): I lived in the Netherlands for 3 years, which is when my addiction to Stroopwafels began. If you gave everyone on the planet one Stroopwafel, you would have world peace.
  171. ₫ӓ₩₳ Talk to Me. Email Me. 17:56, 24 July 2012 (UTC) First had them at the chapters' conference in Berlin 2012.
  172. Douglas (d3atiq) Prior to 2003. Cannot recall exact date. First the co-workers from ABN-AMRO used to bring them from NL. Then I went to Canada (2003) and found the Schep's Double Dutch (at Kellen's in Toronto). Then I found another German brand at a supermarket in Berlin (2007, sorry, cannot recall the name -- I ate the packings). Then lots of Gouda's Gilde from Schiphol (2007). Now I just found Daelmans at my local Walmart/Sam's Club (2011-2012). Cannot escape it... Won't even try...
  173. Katie McCranie....I grew up in Holland and moved to the USA in 1986. I finally found them at a local grocery store and go get some at LEAST once a week! If you have some at home....Invite me over!
  174. Hello, my name is Kristen and I am a Stroopwafel addict. I finally found them locally so I don't have to keep begging my Dutch friends to send.
  175. Nicole Ebber (WMDE) (talk) 21:20, 29 October 2012 (UTC) Nobody puts stroopwafel in a corner!
  176. Hello my name is John Gaus and after visiting Amsterdam I am a Stroopwafel addict.
  177. This may just be the Stroop talking but My name is Kristin and I too am a Stroopwafel addict.
  178. Hello all my name is Stephanie S. and I am addicted to the stroop.
  179. Mike, Chelmsford, UK - just eaten the last Stroop of my batch :( back to Holland!
  180. Rich Norwood: I had one in Germany. I ended up easting 30. :(
  181. Got it as a "dank U" from a couchsurfer. Couldn't stop eating them since. User:Dimi_z
  182. Lovisa Essunger Lindblom, became addicted of the 10th of December 2012: the first bite was like a piece of heaven, I know from that moment I was stuck, and there was no turning back.
  183. Bridgette - Buffalo, NY - my grandparents immigrated to USA from Holland in 1930s. I've been lucky to eat Stroops my entire life - usually as a Christmas treat. we're having a baking party at my Mom's tomorrow - can't wait!!!
  184. Laura Collins: I can't live without the Stroop!
  185. My name is Lewis Burkesmith. I've been a stroopwafelholic for 3 years now. Today I would like to share with my fellow sufferers.
  186. Randy Jacobson, Seattle, WA (too far from Holland). I married a Dutch woman. She's to blame!
  187. Emily from Chicago, IL today i was introduced to the stroopwafel, and everything looks a bit rosier
  188. Anaïs V. from France : In the Netherlands for two months, and totally addicted to these lovely waffles. YUMMY ! (March 2013)
  189. Christopher Osamu Yonemitsu from Vancouver, B.C., Canada: had Stroopwafels before, never knew what they were for around 8 years before finally seeing a packet of Stroopwafels nicely packaged from holland, bought 5 packs. happiest man on earth. (April 2013)
  190. Dylan Thomsen - Great for gym or biking fuel! Addict since 2011
  191. Andy Mabbett (User:Pigsonthewing) - Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all Stroopwafels!
  192. Claire Leighton - Introducing Scots to Stroopwafels!
  193. David McCallum - Stroop Doggy God
  194. Vannessa Perez - Tried a stroopwaffle directly from the land of the stroop and creamed myself.
  195. Georgios Floros - I am planning to introduce the stroopwafel to the Greeks
  196. Ella Wang (North Bay, California) - I ate my first stroopwafel at a Dutch wedding in 2011... went around and stole the remaining party favors.
  197. Jamie McFarlane - They should be called CrackWaffles.. the first one was free, now I'm an addict..
  198. Mike Luttig, Madison, WI - It has been a couple of years, but will be flying into Amsterdam tomorrow and that will be second stop after clearing customs.
  199. Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 06:50, 11 August 2013 (UTC)
  200. A recent initiate; I've been wanting to try one for years! I definitely wasn't disappointed! Graham87 (talk) 07:11, 11 August 2013 (UTC)
  201. Carlos M. - Everyone should try at least one in their lifetime, they are simply delightful and great as an energy source.
  202. Many, many years ago, living in Berlin (West Berlin, and the Wall was to remain in power for some time yet, that's how long ago it was--yes, I'm old), I went for a solo visit to Amsterdam for a few days, to enjoy some of the many diversions and charms to be found there. Sitting alone in a coffee shop, looking up from a copy of Rolling Stone, I saw a very cute young lady, who began talking with me. We had a great conversation (thank goodness for the excellent English of most Dutch folk), but then she had to get going. First though, she asked where I was going, which was as yet undecided, so she said I must go to the big street market (don't remember its name), where I must be sure to eat a fresh, hot stroopwafel, and she would give me a ride there, as it was on her way. So I got behind her, on her bicycle, and hung on--really hung on, for a scary-exciting ride through the streets and traffic of the city, at what seemed crazy speed, especially around the corners (I wonder if I go back nowadays if I could find someone to give me another ride like that--it was great!). She dropped me off at the wonderful market, where I quickly found the item she'd commanded me to eat. It really didn't look all that impressive...but you fellow addicts know the rest of the story. I'll never really recover. The stashes to be found from the limited sources in N. Texas can't really compare, but I make do, going cold-turkey intermittently, before tumbling back off the wagon. But I just saw there's a video on YT, on how to make your own, so we'll see....--Toscaskiss32 (talk) 07:27, 3 September 2013 (UTC)
  203. B.F. - I wrote this haiku for stroopwafels: Coffee dark as hate / A stroopwafel warm with love / The edible Dao.
  204. Kevin P. - Currently eating a Stroopwafel with coffee in the Netherlands... never want to leave.
  205. Stuckey - My first experience with a Stroopwafel: It was as if I could not see and someone gave me glasses and I was like, "Oh! that's what the world looks like..." "This is what greatness tastes like"
  206. Maarten Kenter - This is where texture and flavour meet!
  207. Adetoun Karunwi- Best thing ever. I wish I didn't eat it because I am now soo addicted!!
  208. Florence Li- I don't remember what my life was like before I ate this!!
  209. Lauren Holmes- the only thing I do all day is sitting around eating Stroopwafels. the only time I ever leave the house is to buy more!
  210. Sarah Creedy-Smith - The only two things I love in this world: Stroopwafels and David Tennant
  211. Kayla VandenBosch (GR, MI) - They're like crack. 200-calories-per-serving crack. 11/21/2013
  212. Nathan T - Tasted a stroopwafel for the first time visiting Amsterdam, and immediately became addicted. Back in the US, people still don't believe stroopwafel is a real word.
  213. Tim Hop (GR, MI)ranking SUPER ADDICT. Because I have eaten a whole bag in one morning. Have also had a fresh Stroopie at market in Ermelo, NL.
  214. Margery (SD, USA) - I am 3rd generation Dutch-American (7 of 8 great-grandparents were born in Netherlands). Made about 300 Stroopwafels in NW Iowa with one of my aunts, a sis, and sis-in-law on 1/4/2014!!! Grandma made them every Christmas as part of our gift so we have vowed to carry on the tradition with our own children and grandchildren. Have loved eating them for most of my 53 years on this earth. Until making them myself I did not understand what a labor of love it was for my grandma to make these every year for her 4 children and 21 grandchildren.
  215. Lukas Bos (because stroopwafels are awesome!)
  216. Kevin Friel - I've tried my first one today, now I have eaten 10... resting one over a cup of tea for 5 minutes so the steam gets one side soggy whilst keeping the other side crispy is the way forward. My dentist is going to love me...
  217. Alessandra CB. - I just had one, melted by warm tea; perfection.
  218. Reed Borgholthaus (ID, USA) Probably should be considered a gateway snack....to a better life!
  219. Kaity T. - I started eating Stroopwafels on the weekend, but now it's a daily thing. I'm so glad to know I'm not alone.
  220. Vaibhav C. - I am so glad I ate stroop wafel. This is the first time and would love to have more.
  221. Fred Le Quemener - I got hooked on stroopwafels since the first time I tried one. Now, I can not think of eating anything else anymore... It surely beats all that we have from our own French kitchen...
  222. Stephane Cadot - hmmmm... stroopwafel, what else...
  223. Kimberly: eating one right now.
  224. Sjoerd de Bruin (talk) 17:28, 7 March 2014 (UTC)
  225. FeyBart (talk), because if it ain't Dutch, it ain't much! 17:39, 7 March 2014 (UTC)
  226. Luis V. - so much. sooooo much.
  227. Quiddity (talk) Fresh package, refreshed love.
  228. Joanna K. If I ever visit Amsterdam, it won't be for the weed. It will be for the stroopwafel.
  229. Wiki13 talk 22:23, 27 March 2014 (UTC)
  230. Natuur12 (talk) 22:28, 27 March 2014 (UTC)
  231. Nederlandse Leeuw (talk) 16:12, 31 March 2014 (UTC) – Even a Dutch lion occasionally needs to take a break from hunting meat to eat a stroopwafel :)
  232. Mike Peel (talk) 18:41, 1 April 2014 (UTC) (How have I not added myself to this list before?!)
  233. Southparkfan 20:00, 10 April 2014 (UTC)
  234. Chad Johnson - I had my first Stroopwafel in Amsterdam. I live in Austin, Texas, and they have them here at Whole Foods (at least, the one by the Domain) in the glass cookie cabinet! They are simply called caramel cookies here. They look and taste exactly like those in Amsterdam! YAY!!
  235. MrDelizia Coworker brought some back from Europe with her and gave me two. I am hooked.
  236. Mary-Ann Hooper-Grindel is captain of Team Stroopwafel and needs them hidden round the house.
  237. Keeping my Waffle Anoniem - There is a company of incontinence materials in Holland that offers a package of Stroopwafels with every delivery! Not that I am ordering in my name, but I do offer to unpack the boxes when they arrive.
  238. Frank Hendriks
  239. Jianhui67 talkcontribs
  240. JurgenNL (talk)
  241. --Ymblanter (talk) 05:40, 8 August 2014 (UTC)
  242. Matthew Carrell- creator of the honey- caramel stroopwafel
  243. What would be Wikimania without Stroopwafel? --KuboF (talk) 12:42, 30 August 2014 (UTC)

Aspirant-membersEdit

These people want to become member, but have to fulfill the most important requirement: eating a stroopwafel.

  1. Dylan Troop was quoted as saying "Stroopwafels ruined my marriage. I was so addicted i would sneak out of the house at night and run down to the ATM to pull money out just to buy more stroopwafels. Well that was until my bank account went into the red and i couldnt afford to pay my bills. And that wasnt even the most depraved state ive been in. I love stroopwaffels"
  2. Never tried it, but I'm an addict already! Timichal
  3. I'm so desperate to try one I'm paying over double the price to have them imported from the Netherlands (I'm from the US). Messedrocker 22:17, 29 October 2006 (UTC)
  4. gimme, gimme! Datrio 19:05, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
  5. Must have stroopwafel! *opens mouth* --Shanel 19:27, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
  6. Strooooooop!! --Zirland 17:08, 1 November 2006 (UTC)
  7. I am tempted to order some shipped overseas just to see what all the fuss is about. :-) Mindspillage (spill yours?) 20:43, 6 November 2006 (UTC)
  8. Sure! Mail me some stroppwafel to mexico. drini 16:24, 9 January 2007 (UTC)
  9. /me orders some stroopwafelstukjes --Frank Schulenburg 10:39, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
  10. As everybody talks about it, there must really be something special into these. I guess, it's time for me to find out what exactly. --Mbimmler 10:45, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
  11. sorry for the salivary dripping (aka drooling)... --Paginazero - Ø 16:29, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
  12. Ok, Ok. I actually may have had these before, I can't be sure. Must not be that good, or I'd remember, though. Can you get them with hazelnut creme? ++Lar: t/c 17:03, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
  13. First, I must learn what a stroopwafel is. Then I must find it and eat it. Nishkid64 02:38, 16 January 2007 (UTC)
  14. Support --Connel MacKenzie 14:14, 10 February 2007 (UTC)
  15. Will they be at the 2008 Wikimedia?? Thunderhead 17:40, 1 April 2007 (UTC)
  16. Face-grin.svg mickit 09:51, 9 March 2011 (UTC)
  17. Is there a spicy version for us Brits? WereSpielChequers 16:25, 9 August 2011 (UTC)
  18. How have I never tried one of these things? --Tango 13:58, 10 August 2011 (UTC)
  19. I missed that, but anyway I am already addicted to Andruty kaliskie which is somehow similiar stuff :-) Polimerek 16:29, 10 August 2011 (UTC)
  20. Some day I hope to become a member!!. --Elisardojm 20:51, 30 September 2011 (UTC)
  21. So the first one is free, right? Alhen 02:24, 8 October 2011 (UTC)
  22. Applying as a 25-year plus stroopwafel aficionado, going back to my time living in Britain, working with Dutch folks. Am a continued enthusiast now on Canada's West Coast, promoting the stroopwafel cause to friends, co-workers and MEC members. BTW: in Vancouver, BC, one can find good quality SWs, licorice and hand-made chocolate at "Dutch Girl" on Commercial Drive. Paxlogos (talk) 21:45, 4 March 2012 (UTC)
  23. Cassie Blackett-Ord - I can only imagine what eating a stroopwafel is like:
  24. JuanDeLaRoacha - addictimus mucho mucho charlie brownus rex

Reagan M.-I just really want a stroopwafel so much!!! I know that I will be in love with them as soon as I try them!!! July 25, 2014 Princess Misa Bunny- STROOPWAFELS ;D

DealersEdit

Contact these people for your next “dose.”

  1. oscar 23:00, 29 October 2006 (UTC) look for my old opel kadett where there are wikimeets
  2. Brad Patrick. I have a connection now. This week only in Rotterdam. --BradPatrick 23:01, 10 January 2007 (UTC)
  3. Kaikhosru They’re also available in two sizes from Trader Joe’s.
  4. Having taken stroopwafels to all board meetings over the past 5 years I think I can safely call myself top supplier for the Wikimedia Cabal! Jan-Bart (talk) 15:29, 3 July 2012 (UTC)
  5. I brought home with me, from Gouda and Amsterdam, a total of 435 stroopwafels from three different bakeries, by hand.
  6. Brought 5 packs to Wikimania 2013! --Vera (talk) 03:59, 8 August 2013 (UTC)
  7. 10 packs at Wikimania 2014. Siebrand (talk) 11:23, 7 August 2014 (UTC)
  8. Verf from Gouda itself.
  9. Romaine (talk) 12:15, 13 August 2014 (UTC) - I bought a nearby shop empty for Wikimania 2014 in London
  10. Mark & Laura were going to bring 20 packs home, most had been consumed before making it to the airport, and still managed to get at least 4 co-workers hooked

Special DealersEdit

  1. Effeietsanders 13:09, 17 May 2011 (UTC)
  2. Southparkfan 19:58, 10 April 2014 (UTC) - I've got some very delicious and illegal stroopwafels. You can ask for them here ;-)
  3. Wikimedia Nederland. 2000 stroopwafels and T-shirts at Wikimania 2014.

Counter Stroopwafel Addiction Unit MembersEdit

These people try to stop unhealthy Stroopwafel consumption and showing those addicts the right nutrition path. Like eating lettuce, carrots, apple etc.

  1. Kill'em all Dbl2010
  2. Eat Prince Polo instead :) --WarX 13:02, 13 January 2007 (UTC)
  3. Unless you can find me some locally. Then I might change my mind. Bastique 16:40, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
  4. At least untill next time I walk by the bakery and smell fresh baked stroopwafels. DutchDeb 19:19, 07 September 2011

Those in denialEdit

  1. I can do without. Honest! --Kim Bruning 12:53, 13 February 2007 (UTC)
  2. The most horrible thing in the world. Rotemdanzig 21:32, 13 March 2007 (UTC)
  3. I can stop[3] anytime I want to.--Eloquence 04:17, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
    1. [citation needed] Andy Mabbett (Pigsonthewing); Talk to Andy; Andy's edits 08:51, 25 May 2013 (UTC)
  4. Count on me for rehabilitation... I have contacts! Huji 15:45, 13 May 2007 (UTC)
  5. Is that even edible? guillom 14:08, 12 September 2008 (UTC)

Stroopwafel Addicts AnonymousEdit

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  1. eating great alternatives like Krapfen aka Bombolone not better than the real thing 151.40.181.165 22:22, 22 June 2014 (UTC) =  Klaas|Z4␟V

NotesEdit

  1. the official ASA poster for Wikimania 2007
  2. the official ASA poster for Wikimania 2008
  3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/brionv/278027046/