Skip to comments.No More Twinkies?!?
Posted on 11/16/2012 4:27:16 PM PST by The Looking Spoon
In case you missed it...
A bunch of Twinkies and Ding Dongs gave us a Christmas without Ho Hos.
It’s not the unions. It’s the greedy millionaire owners.
"No more Twinkies???"
Union thugs are the original twinkies.
No mo ho ho ?
OMG No more TWINKIE DEFENSE to use in court?
Boy has he lost about 200 lbs???
Twinlies are the least of my concerns, there is no more America.
Add green food coloring, a couple hundred million in stimulus, and Government Baking is good to go!
I thought you meant San Francisco burnt to the ground.
I think that pic is from about 20 years (and 200 pounds) ago.
Now there is a feminine title if there ever was one.
So where is the government bailout, hmmm? Where
is all the union er, ahh, worker love, Mr President? Who
wears the pants in your family, Barry? My guess is it must
be the one with the broadest ass.
Time to get off your own skinny, women hating ass and
save the twinkies.
Thanks Unions! I guess twinkies will be made with sawdust and fiberglass in China.
I’m hooked on Ding Dongs (only from the refrigerator with a glass of milk). I immediately tried to find the copy cat recipe . . . . after the reading the ingredients, I may change my snack of choice to the new Cracker Jack’ds with added caffeine.
Ding Dongs DIED!
LOL turns out the looting and pillaging private equity were DEMOCRATS including Gephardt.
Stocking up now...
If the govt offers to bail out Hostess, we should resist any efforts to transform this junk food icon into Michelle’s Treats.
The govt acquired company might retain a semblance of their former product line, but I recoil at future offerings: sponge cake out, high fiber flour less gruel in; creamy filling out, spun tofu/garbanzo gilato in; etc,.
Michelle is no Hostess
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