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An Unanswered Letter to Twin Bing

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 93042
Des Moines, IA 50393

October 13, 2010

Palmer Candy Company
2600 Hwy 75 North • PO Box 326
Sioux City, Iowa

Dear Twin Bing,

If “you are what you eat” is to be taken literally then I figure I am about 3% Twin Bing. You see, I grew up in Sioux City and was raised on a steady diet of Twin Bings, Jolly Time pop corn, and Mt. Dew (I was on a constant sugar high back then). I still love Twin Bings and eat them quite often. One of my coworkers keeps bringing them in for me and if I keep eating them I’ll become 4% Twin Bing!

It’s a bit hard to explain what a Twin Bing is to someone that’s never had one. You say, “It’s soft chocolate and peanuts surrounding a cherry creme filling,” and you get, “Like a Cherry Mash?” Then I am left with having to say, “Yeah, kind of like that, but these taste good.” Who knows, maybe I am just nostalgic, or maybe Twin Bings were imprinted on my psyche while I was still an impressionable youth, but I think you have a product superior to the Cherry Mash.

Well, I am off to go eat a Twin Bing!


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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