What’s To Become of the Sack Lunch?


Hostess you’re not thinking about the children. What will fill their sack lunches for school, camp and field trips? Do you think they can really survive on a sandwich and a piece of fruit?

Everyone had their favorite. Ho-Hos, Ding Dongs, Twinkies, Cupcakes, Fruitpies. Seldom did anyone finish the whole pastry as they went straight for the chemical-filled cream and fruit filling. There are going to be millions of children going through withdrawal because their bodies can not be immediately cut off of that chemical! We’re going to have to form 12 step meetings to deal with all of this. I guess it will be called HA.

But more importantly, if no company buys Hostess once it goes bankrupt think of all the fun stolen from their fingers. They won’t be able to peel the top off the cupcake and just eat the icing, that’s the only good part. Wont’ be able to split a Twinkie top from bottom and lick out the cream filling. And what about the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that will have to remain square instead of being squished into a ball now that there’s no Wonder bread?

Hostess, bakers, your financial situation is tough. But are you sure you can let this go? Are you sure there’s nothing you can do for the kids? Pleas try.

6 thoughts on “What’s To Become of the Sack Lunch?

  1. Come on Hostess, hear the cries!

  2. Yup, my son has already made me very, very aware of this dilemma! And I’m the one who grew up on Twinkies and Hostess Cream -filled Cupcakes…I just love that pretty icing squiggle! Yum! Ahhh, the memories!! Praying for an eleventh hour solution!!

  3. Sad to say many schools don’t allow such delicious treats in lunches. I know my kid’s school bans all types of treats, and if they see it they will confiscate it. Hostess is feeling the residual effect of trying to get kids healthy

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