What's Mallard raving about today?
Brilliant: The same joke everyone was making weeks ago when the bankruptcy was announced.The asterisk is essential because this news was of course given only in Business Week, and apparently in every singe issue, so there's no need to specify which one.
Burning question: Why did Mallard jizz all over that twinkie?
Too bad he didn't pick a different product. For once, I might have been able to unironically say "Ho Ho" in reference to one of his strips.Twinkies have freshness dates, unlike this strip.
Too bad that they don't serve Twinkies on airplanes, because then he could work in another layer of obvious non-joke.
Old Tinsley Logic - Anyone who doesn't eat Twinkies is an anti-American, communist loser.New Tinsley Logic - Ha ha! There's so much preservative in Twinkies they'll last forever! Can't eat them!Tune in next week when Tinsley tells us that teachers are an important part of America's future economic success.
NABAU.(Not as bad as usual.)High praise indeed!
Christ in a cakepan. I haven't watched The Simpsons in close to a DECADE and I still remember jokes about Twinkies lasting forever. HAAAAAAAAACK.
By the way, the premise here is bullshit (as usual)http://www.snopes.com/food/ingredient/twinkies.asp
God I suck at HTMLtwinkie fail
My first thought was "What's a 'DELY'?" Then I remembered that Brucie doesn't write his letters so well. Also, Lewis Black did the same joke about candy corn, and it was a hell of a lot funnier. But then again, what isn't?WV: sitrogin: Ask your doctor if Sitrogin® is right for you. Sitrogin® is not for everyone. Possible side effects of Sitrogin® may include projectile vomiting, blindness, spontaneous growth of additional fingers or toes, night terrors, hallucinations, bleeding ulcers, anal leakage, or loss of genitals. But at least you won't have hay fever anymore.
Today's "comic" is made of yawn.
I don't think Twinkies come individually vacuum wrapped.
Brilliant. The same joke that "Family Guy" made in 1999, and that "The Simpsons" made in 1994.And those are just the first two precedent examples I could recall of a joke about Twinkies so stale and trivial that one could just call it "the Twinkie joke".
It's meta, Rootbeer. Though Twinkies can go stale, that joke never does. Though some day only cockroaches will be slapping their knees to it, for reasons they no longer understand.
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