I bought a whole carton of Hostess Apple Pies at the salvage grocery place.

What is there to say about these things that hasn't already been said by the great minds of the past?

Philostratus, in his "Life of Apollonius", points out that they would be better without the sugar glaze. And Plato himself, in the 8th book of the "Republic", observes that they're really a kind of turnover rather than pie as such.

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@publius later philosophers were too distracted by the the Hostess Fruit Pies being flung at them by costumed nihilists to perform any further philosophical work

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