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Fortune Twinkies

Get some some sage advice and gain a few pounds.
 
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Why not put that cardboard backing that comes in packs of Twinkies to good use? Have some witty saying printed on it, so that it is revealed after consuming the product.
Apologetic_Cynic, Feb 11 2004

Fried Twinkies http://www.wirk.com...winkies/recipe.html
For [LBAF] [Worldgineer, Oct 04 2004]

Fried "Mars Bar" http://yumfood.net/.../deepfriedmars.html
Just like [krelnik] says... [Jinbish, Oct 04 2004]

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       "squeeze me"
Klaatu, Feb 11 2004
  

       "I spit in your twinkie"
Worldgineer, Feb 11 2004
  

       "This cardbooard not for consumption"
fperkins, Feb 11 2004
  

       Could be a big success in China. Americans are just more fortunate.
kbecker, Feb 11 2004
  

       wonderful idea
brokenpunk, Feb 11 2004
  

       "Twinkies, twinkies are so fun. Twinkies, twinkies, yum yum yum. Twinkies leave you satisfied, But next time try your twinkie fried!"
tchaikovsky, Feb 11 2004
  

       Do they really fry twinkies? I know they fry Oreos ...
Letsbuildafort, Feb 12 2004
  

       Some folks will fry nearly anything. (WTAGIPBAN)
krelnik, Feb 15 2004
  

       See the "Cake Printer" idea in this section... we could just print it straight onto the twinkie.
zigness, Feb 16 2004
  

       "Eat Me!"
bkornele, Feb 17 2004
  

       For the diet conscience, lettuce growers could put a fortune in the core of young lettuce plants allowing the plant to grow around and encase the fortune. "You could have had a twinkie"
joking victim, Feb 17 2004
  

       "you fat bastard"
Loft Nuthouse, Feb 17 2004
  

       "Calorie-wise, you could have eaten 1.1 kg of lettuce, though wasn't this much more fun?"
Worldgineer, Feb 17 2004
  

       "This Twinkie was made in 1943"   

       Yet kept amazingly fresh for your enjoyment!
Clogan98, Feb 17 2004
  

       "Lettuce is for Ding-Dongs."
tchaikovsky, Feb 18 2004
  

       "Do you really think that is cream filling inside?"
bkornele, Feb 18 2004
  

       "Expires 04 / 2125"
Mr Burns, Feb 18 2004
  

       "ingredients: now being converted into unattractive body textures.
joking victim, Feb 18 2004
  

       After viewing those links listed above, I believe my cholesterol count jumped up 100 points. The twinkies sound vile, but a deep fried mars bar? The thought just makes me cringe.
Apologetic_Cynic, Feb 19 2004
  

       twinkies stay fresh forever (literally) in their original package. Makes sense, since a twinkie is 99.9% artificial flavor.
echo, Feb 28 2004
  

       I believe the key to a twinkie's freshness really lies in the fact that the cream filling is actually a petroleum product... isn't it? It sure seems like it.
zigness, Feb 28 2004
  

       "McKinley for President"
Monkfish, Feb 28 2004
  

       "Light up fireworks in your house with this cardboard to chase away evil spirits"
denathor-phyromaniac, Mar 12 2004
  

       According to a TV program I saw, twinkies do not keep fresh for ever at all. It is an urban myth. And I saw it on MTV, so it must be true, right?   

       Cream-filled croissants for all the fortune suggestions. Oh, can't do that. OK. Croissant for idea, even though I have never eaten a twinkie or even seen one in real life.
squeak, Mar 12 2004
  

       Oh, I've seen pictures and seen them on TV before. Just never had one in front of me. Thanks anyway.
squeak, Mar 12 2004
  
      
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