The End of the Twinkie

The Twinkie was rolling along, seemingly never to disappear. There were too many fans and people who loved Twinkies.

There was an evil sorceress who had other ideas. Something as beloved as the Twinkie needed to be destroyed.

“How do I destroy this monster?” he asked. “If I can manage to wipe it out there will be tears all around the United States and maybe even around the world.”

He had an idea. He could use his magic. It seemed as though the Twinkie was heading for an eternal life so he  got ahold of one and used it to cast a magic spell.

The spell would envelope anyone who had anything to do with making the Twinkie. They would simply refuse to continue working. Without anyone to make the Twinkie, the Twinkie was doomed.

“Take this Twinkie to the Hostess company,” he told one of his apprentice wizards. “I don’t care how you do it but make sure it’s in a prominent location.”

The apprentise wizard did as he was instructed. The spell was transferred to anyone who came near the Twinkie, which was hidden in the duct work in the snack room near the coffee. As people poured their coffee the spell was cast.

Eventually it unsuspectedly made it’s way to all the places where Twinkies were manufactured. The workers were under it’s magic spell and refused to make any more Twinkies. It wasn’t their fault. They had no choice.

The wizard laughed as the world panicked. The government came to a halt. Subway systems shut down and grocery stores were destroyed as consumers trampled in trying to find a Twinkie.

The spell was even more effective than what the scorcerer hoped for. But it came at a price he hadn’t anticipated. Not only would the Twinkie never be made again, but neither would the Chocolate Hostess Cupcakes he lived on. It was the only thing he ate.

He tried frantically to uncast his spell but it was too late. Hunger set in and his body began to slowly feed on itself until the sorcerer was nothing but bones.

It would be only a matter of time until the world also ceased to exist.

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