The Twinkies Project:
August 30, 2002 3:35 PM   Subscribe

The Twinkies Project: "Tests With Inorganic Noxious Kakes In Extreme Situations." Kids, do try these at home.
posted by brownpau (14 comments total)
Link swiped from blogs4God.
Previous Twinkie commentary.
Oh crap, I mispelled "Twinkie" in the link titles.
posted by brownpau at 3:36 PM on August 30, 2002

Entering three profane sexual terms as musical groups, it returned Derek and the Dominoes.

I don't know what to do next.
posted by plexi at 3:45 PM on August 30, 2002

Sorry, wrong post.
posted by plexi at 3:45 PM on August 30, 2002

It's okay. Have a Twinkie.
posted by brownpau at 3:50 PM on August 30, 2002

zip up Miguel, my uncle Zen sent this as a contribution to your Sacks.
posted by eddydamascene at 3:58 PM on August 30, 2002

This is probably based on (ok, ripped off from) the classic spy magazine article from 1989. The most wonderful thing about the original article was the photos of the twinkie both pre and post test. Except for the radiation experiment, there was no change in appearance.
posted by dchase at 5:58 PM on August 30, 2002

We can wait no longer my beloved brethren. The quest must begin at dawn tomorrow. The infidels must be driven back into the trees from whence they came.

Sandwiches will be provided for lunch (Bring your own refreshments)
posted by furious_monkey at 8:44 PM on August 30, 2002

Sorry, wrong post.
posted by furious_monkey at 8:45 PM on August 30, 2002

See also The Really Big Button That Doesn't Do Anything.
posted by jjg at 10:47 PM on August 30, 2002

15k people - please join me in saying "Hello, Mr. Garrett! Thank you for coming by!"

Now leave quietly. These old folks, they don't like to be disturbed.
posted by yhbc at 10:54 PM on August 30, 2002

Damn skippy. Now get off my lawn!
posted by jjg at 12:53 AM on August 31, 2002

Yeah, okay, I admit, I'm old enough that when I talk about "good grass" and I'm actually referring to someone's lawn - but at least our magazines were funny back then. Even if we did have to walk barefoot 10 miles in the snow to library to read them (up hill both ways).
posted by MeanDean at 2:41 AM on August 31, 2002

Wow. Back in the day, the T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. project was one of the four or five interesting sites that the general public knew about.
posted by zerolucid at 9:24 AM on August 31, 2002

Here's a more graphic experiment
(disclaimer: my brother was the scientist)
posted by bigschmoove at 12:55 PM on August 31, 2002

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