questionsdid you hear what is going to happen on 7/15/13?

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All those suckers who bought boxes for $50 off eBay are gonna be pissed.

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@udavidj: Being original probably carries collectors value and they won't expire soon.

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I, for one, won't be rushing to the store for them. I have had, maybe, 3 or 4 Twinkies in my lifetime. I never cared much for any of the Hostess products--especially Twinkies. That spongy/rubbery yellow cake with greasy white filling kinda grossed me out. I much prefer Tastykake.

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@mybestuser1: They only last for like 30 days before getting nasty.

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I may give it a month or so to make sure they really have the recipie down. I would hate to buy a box and the taste to be off because the machine wasn't working quite right upon startup.

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Call me when Leopards make a comeback.

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@bsmith1: But they do freeze really well. I ate previously frozen ones for a couple years in Germany and they were quite good.

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@zuiquan: You beat me to it! Freezers were created for such things as Twinkies and Girl Scout Thin Mints.

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About 30 years ago, there was a summer when Bullwinkle pudding pops were a thing.

Bring those back. Then I'll care.

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@bsmith1: If that's true, then it's entirely possible they (as company policy) held them for 30 days before selling them.

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Wake me up when they bring back Chocodiles...

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Good thing they freeze well...considering they will be frozen before reaching the store shelves.