Dino and Stacy

COUNTDOWN FOR TWINKIES

Sad, isn’t it? We’re getting excited about a snack cake. Even sadder? Those who paid up to $500 a box when TWINKIES went off the market.

Well, the good news is that in three weeks¬†the iconic creme-filled cake will be back on the shelves. Now, c’mon AMERICA! It was your lack of enthusiasm for Twinkies that sent it and all of its snack brethren packing months ago. Don’t let this happen again. We seem to make the same mistake over and over again and not miss something until its taken away. I’m not saying buy a box and eat them in one sitting (though that does sound yummy). Just bend your nutritional rules a little and don’t let history repeat itself! Okay. That’s as passionate as I get over a snack cake. It’s not like they took away Jack Daniels.

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