Reply
MVP Support
Registered: 11/29/2007
Offline
9990 posts
 

Re: do you think Twinkies are truly gone forever?

Nov 18, 2012
They will deep fry pretty much anything, I mean you can even buy deep fried butter, can`t imagine how unheathy that is.

Are there any no name brands?

I don't think I have ever eaten a twinkie before but when I did my groceries on friday, the rack for twinkies was still full, didn't even look like one was gone. Still didn't buy any though.
Message 11 of 15 (92 Views)
Reply
0 Likes
Survivor
Registered: 09/07/2006
Offline
2595 posts
 

Re: do you think Twinkies are truly gone forever?

Nov 18, 2012

tumblr_mcbuzmNBFP1rjy8hio1_500.gif

Screen-shot-2010-11-10-at-1.41.57-PM-277x300.png


Play-Asia.com - Buy Games & Codes for PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U and PC / Mac.
Message 12 of 15 (84 Views)
Lombax Warrior
Registered: 09/15/2010
Offline
154 posts
 

Re: do you think Twinkies are truly gone forever?

Nov 23, 2012

As was written in by newspaper columnist Richard Roeper in The Chicago Sun-Times "You can't kill a twinkie"

Message 13 of 15 (66 Views)
Reply
0 Likes
First Son
Registered: 02/04/2011
Offline
23 posts
 

Re: do you think Twinkies are truly gone forever?

Nov 26, 2012

Don't despair, Twinkie lovers! There is hope. The Mexico-based company Bimbo might buy the rights to sell and manufacture Twinkies and other Hostess products.

 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/abrambrown/2012/11/16/next-twinkie-maker-will-a-mexican-billionaire-fami...

 

 

Message 14 of 15 (58 Views)
Reply
0 Likes
Highlighted
Keyblade Wielder
Registered: 01/05/2006
Offline
10134 posts
 

Re: do you think Twinkies are truly gone forever?

Nov 26, 2012
I just wonder if they will taste the same. A lot of times when a company buys a popular product, they end up tasting rather different and not always as good. Such was the case with Rolling Rock beer when Anheuser-Busch bought it and moved the operation from its original site in Latrobe Pennsylvania to New Jersey.
Message 15 of 15 (56 Views)
Reply
0 Likes