March 5, 2005

Not that I needed it, but I now have confirmation from the Snack Food Zodiac.

I am a Twinkie.

(Thanks to him for the link.)

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10 Responses to Not that I needed it,

  1. Jess says:

    For me, it says:

    Bridge Mix – You are an old standby–reliable and comforting. People don’t necessarily seek you out, but you are always welcome at parties. Your one weakness is a tendency to try to be all things to all people. Your ideal job: Politician. Marry Bubblegum or a Fried Fruit Pie, but never a Ding-Dong.

    You know, I think I prefer saying I was born in the Year of the Horse. Sounds far better! 😉

  2. christopher says:

    My ideal career – public relations! Scary. For so many reasons.

  3. anapestic says:

    Yes, but according to that, you’d still be a twinkie if you’d been born 12, 24, or 36 years earlier. Not that you, of course, will have aged a bit in 12 or even 60 years, but the population at large is simply not as fabulous as faustus.

  4. i. bendito says:

    An extrovert? I wish.

    Anyway as any of my school era chums will attest, I am a born Drake’s Ring Ding.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    I’m a ding dong, born in the year of the boar, and a pisces.

    Why is it that I always end up in the most unattractive categories?

  6. Androo says:

    And of course I’m a cheese puff… Taker of Souls? I prefer “Destroyer of Dreams”. Hmmm… I must put that on my resume…

  7. Luca says:

    I am a donut *looks down at spare tyre* oh yes I am.

    Fit for a career as a correction officer but alas, ne’er to marry a Twinkie.

  8. says:

    Can someone please start a blog that compiles all of these memes in one place?

    That way I can always be sure to know which breakfast cereal, hairstyle, or infectious disease I am.

    (cornflakes, pageboy, and ebola, btw)

  9. tribecatexan says:

    hmm…a twinkie…basically a yellow sponge cake with two holes oozing white stuff. interesting. very interesting.

  10. Adam875 says:

    Figures. I’m a fried fruit pie.


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