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We know you eat your chili with your cinnamon rolls, but what are you eating with your Pop-Tarts?
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Thanks to the seemingly not-so-tasty Pop-Tarts pairings – American cheese in Iowa, ranch dressing in Oklahoma, mustard in Illinois and fresh salmon in Alaska – it should come to no surprise that these combinations are not the next chocolate and peanut butter.
In fact, it might even be disrespectful, if you ask the Pop-Tarts company. Or maybe even cringe worthy.
It is obvious in Pop-Tarts’ responses – and all who are replying – that these combinations were simply never meant to be.
But a Pop-Tarts sandwich, with Pop-Tarts as the bread and the filling? That might do, according to Pop-Tarts.
If your combination is anything less than Pop-Tarts with Pop-Tarts, you might want to keep it to yourself, Kansas. Otherwise, the state – and state law enforcement – might disown you.
Don't ever put this on us! This abomination is NOT an Iowa thing, it's a lack of taste buds thing! Disgusting— Marcus AureliUS (@UnacceptableOne) November 11, 2017
I speak for all Oklahomans when I say we do not support this in any way shape or fashion. We turn Christy over to the Lone Star State of Texas— ME₭HI (@kingkhi98) November 19, 2017
Maybe, just maybe, follow Texas’ lead and stick to a Kansas-shaped Pop-Tarts.
So tell me, Kansas – what do you eat with your Pop-Tarts? You can tell me, even if it is a little weird.
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