Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by NBRUser0159099, Dec 6, 2009.
Bought a few things from the store, and bought almost a full tank of gas @ $3.02/gal.
That's like the difference between intoxicating and poisonous.
Have an update on this... Apparently someone on YouTube saved a Twinkie for a year and then ate it. In the video he claimed it was hard and tasted like cardboard. The ones I have are soft and taste like cake. There's no way they're from 2007. I think my initial guess of what the date was is wrong. 3/07 could very well be March 7th.
I don't know. I ate two so far, feeling okay after eating a Tums, lol. All I know is, I won't be buying anymore...at least not through eBay.
If your box is the same as the on you posted then they were made after Hostess went under and then the new box was released upon the world.
'The Sweetest Comeback in the History of Ever!' indicates that it was released after the company went under and then the Twinkies came back.
Yeah, then they're new, or newer. I still don't know exactly when, but I'm assuming it's March 7th, 2014. I should be okay, lol. Stirred up all this drama over Twinkies!
I don't know..."Revenge Of The Twinkies" sounds like an excellent name for a B-grade horror movie...
Teh Grauniad* has a different take on that slogan: Hostess Twinkies: hardly the 'sweetest comeback ever' | Heather Long | Comment is free | theguardian.com - although like anything from the Guardian, it should be read with a pinch of 'The Man is always evil, unless He's in media and charming' salt.
*It used to be a running joke that the no-one proofread copy on The Guardian based on the amount of spelling mistakes found in the paper. In fact, if you go to grauniad.co.uk, it redirects to the site - although the most famous mistake made by the paper, printing it's own name wrong "The Gaurdian" does not. Of course, now no-one can spell so most news blogs are replete with contextual mistakes arising from relying wholly on spelling checkers.
Now all that's left is to figure out a name for a pr0n parody.
Creamy Goodness 2: Revenge of the Twinkies.
How's that for a p0rn film name?
Not bad .
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