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Founded in 2003 by then-16-year-old Justin Anderson, who loved granola but couldn’t eat it because of his braces, WOATS Oatsnacks, now available in grocery stores across Texas, were developed to fill the soft granola niche. He incorporated whole oats, honey, natural tangy fruit and a variety of crunchy textures to create irresistible snacks that are a healthier alternative to granola. WOATS now comes in three varieties: Cookies ‘n’ Dreams, featuring mouth-watering chunks of chocolate vanilla cream sandwich cookies; Nuts About Berries, with roasted pecan prailines and tangy cranberries; and the newest flavor, Peanut Butter Graham Slam, which combines creamy peanut butter with crisp honey graham crackers. Each WOATS snack has only 120 calories per 1/4 cup.
In the Olympics, Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak used a slang term to describe a high school teacher: WOAT (Worst Of All Time). The 21-year-old Olympic champion shaded the educator by calling her a WOAT after she made fun of her in a tweet.
The slang term WOAT has many possible meanings, some of which are explained below. Other meanings may be found in the list of 9309 acronyms, abbreviations and acronyms at Internet Slang. Please use the form at the bottom of the page to suggest additions to this list.