Perhaps, but being lighter will shed velocity more quickley than the heavier Ho Ho, and it will be more wind sensitive.Quote:
But a Twinkie, while lighter, will be propelled with more speed and therefore do equal or greater damage.
Wind sensitve could be a serious consideration such as in my case, when my Sister screamed loudly enough to excert a small hurricane force wind, which luckily for us, was short lived. I'm quite sure that in that case, the Ho Ho would have proceeded to its intended target(my head) and that the Twinkie would have been blown off course due to its lighter weight.
Today Hostess, tomorrow Little Debbie. It's TEOTWAWKI I tell you!
Ding Dongs have more knockdown power because they are thrown like frisbees and the chocolate coating expands on impact.
Dark, dark! The horror of darkness, like a shroud, wraps me and bears me on through mist and cloud, for I have neglected tasting the sweet greasieness of a deep-fried twinkie at the county fair. Ever shall I regret an experience not captured.
Nice you are now well prepared for the apocolypse. But wait I dont see the beer in the photo. Back to the store.
I'll trade the twinkie for the 9mm!