There was no end to Michel’s genius.
Too bad he didn’t get a patent on those twinkies.
The poor man’s eclair.
Gasp! It really has happened!
Nostradamus was good, but he was no Agnus Nutter
Remember, if a Twinkie could sing, it would sound just like Olivia Newton-John.
“We, as individuals, at one time or another; be it intentional or no; have given our bodies a great amount of sugar. We know that the result of excessive consumption of sugar will be the delirium of a “sugar high”. We know that it, at least temporarily, gives one a great amount of energy and ambition. But sadly, we have also face the effects of the “sugar crash” when that energy and ambition evaporate into the mists.
It is interesting to note that scientists have speculated that it might become possible to become addicted to sugar. As with all addictive drugs, there is the craved for “high” provided by the desired substance. And, as with all addictive drugs, there is the agony of withdrawal, when the desired substance is no longer available." – “The Potential Addictive Powers of Sucrose: A Comparative Study of Its Effects on Homo Sapiens and Trochilidae” – Dr. Lois Flossmorr