Ding Dong has a myriad of meanings: The most obvious is the clang of a bell. The Ding Dong flips your heart in a happy pump, or, sends your heart into a nosedive of panic.
Ding Dong can be an offensive term, substituted for damn, or a stupid person.
Ding Dong in the UK can mean a fight.
My favorite is the Ding Dong that you can eat!!!
That's my favorite Ding Dong, too! Yum! Do they still make them? With all the health-consciousness now, it's been ages since I've even looked at the Hostess/Drakes section of the super market. Remember them well from my youth though! :-) Yodels were good too!ReplyDelete
Catherine, Thanks for commenting. I think Little Debbie makes something like a ding dong now. I'll have to try a Yodel.Delete
The first thing I thought of when I saw the Ding Dong (after the witches song) was those little cakes. I don't know if I ever at one. I did used to eat Hostess Twinkies though. Blech.ReplyDelete
Kristin, thanks for commenting. I used to love Twinkies, and now I agree, Blech!Delete
I think I need to run to the store now :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I love Ding Dongs! Yum. :DReplyDelete
I didn't know this meant a fight in the UK, seems kind of funny to think of it.
Love Ding Dongs!ReplyDelete
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Who doesn't love a Ding Dong? Thanks for visiting, Carol!Delete
My ex used to love Ding Dongs. He'd chase me around trying to get me to take a bite. I did once, but no more, not sure if I like them, well except for the crack of the chocolate as you bite into it.ReplyDelete
The exciting part of a Ding Dong was your husband chasing you around, hahaa!Delete
This is a great post...but I am hungry now, and I have no Ding Dongs. This is not good.ReplyDelete
Hope you got some Ding Dongs Daniel!Delete
Not a fan of snack cakes but could go for some chocolate! I would so eat a ding dong right now.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting Tracy. Like your blog!Delete
I like frozen ding dongs. :DReplyDelete
I must say the edible ding dong is one of my favorite treats from childhood! I could really go for one right now!ReplyDelete
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I love your choice of 'Ds' for the challenge Cathrina! I bet nobody else thought of Ding Dong lol! I must admit I've never heard of Ding Dongs to eat... they do look yummy though!ReplyDelete
You wrote this post just to make me smile like an idiot happy didn't you? You can be honest.ReplyDelete
Like to see your smile, Nana!Delete
Why don't I know about this edible ding-dong that looks like it's descended from heaven?!ReplyDelete
Try it, you'll like it!Delete
Love you D post....from beginning to end. I love ding dongs too....had my first one in Indiana on a singing trip. I was hooked from the first bite.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!Delete