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#170 - nsfpikachu
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Dry, crusty poptart with stale solid icing vs warm, flakey strudel with delicious melted icing on top..

I don't see how poptarts taste better than toaster strudels. They're much more convenient, but I'd much rather go through the trouble of heating my strudel to make it warm, soft and melty than up than to simply settle for a prepackaged, crumbly, room tempurature pastry.
#177 to #170 - anon
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Dry - what are you smoking? Do you think it's going to be wet?

Crusty - That's crunchy, hun.

Stale - the ****?

Solid - uhhhhh, yeah....that's.....like....how....they are....
#195 to #177 - Greevon
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******* anons being anons.   
   
Dry - His point is still valid, you did not even try to debunk his statement.   
   
Crusty - No, you moron. Crunchy is like potato chips or hard candy. Crusty is very accurate.   
   
Stale - Again, no attempt to argue.   
   
Solid - See above.    
   
If Poptarts were good, then why would this cat surf upon them?
******* anons being anons.

Dry - His point is still valid, you did not even try to debunk his statement.

Crusty - No, you moron. Crunchy is like potato chips or hard candy. Crusty is very accurate.

Stale - Again, no attempt to argue.

Solid - See above.

If Poptarts were good, then why would this cat surf upon them?
#185 to #177 - nsfpikachu
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They aren't crunchy, that would be odd considering they are filled with jelly..
Crusty as in crumbly, which I certainly don't enjoy with my pastries.
Stale... the icing is DRIED on top, so it's obviously not fresh.
And obviously it's a solid but I was talking about the icing, which is usually creamy or smooth... I just don't like how the icing doesn't get all melted when you warm it, it's more like a slate they just put on top. I still love poptarts, but I just like the warm, gooey strudels better.
#169 - smellyarmpits **User deleted account**
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#196 to #169 - austiniogamer
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Bitches aint got nothing on my poptarts
#172 to #169 - nsfpikachu
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Best poptart --> S'mores [but only if you freeze them]
Best toaster strudel ---> Raspberry. All the ******* way.
#171 to #169 - OMGCAA
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(06/17/2012) [-]
These are the best PopTart!
#168 - jgingtroll
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(06/17/2012) [-]
**jgingtroll rolled a random image posted in comment #20 at Emergency ** MFW who gives a ****?
#167 - ifaptospongebob
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**ifaptospongebob rolled a random image posted in comment #10 at Toiletpaper **
#164 - OMGCAA
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You said PopTarts own that last category, but the picture had more people saying toaster strudel. So I didn't really understand how you said PopTarts won that.

Toaster strudels don't have as much flavors. Strudels come in 14 flavors and 3 are rehashes of other flavors but with cream cheese. Whereas PopTarts have 29 flavors. The only reason why people like toaster strudels is because they come with icing. PopTarts have far more variety and more ways to eat them. And that's not even factoring other things you could do with them like put them in ice cream or milk. Also, there were Pokemon PopTarts a while back so extra points.
#217 to #164 - joshkroger [OP]
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(06/17/2012) [-]
funnyjunk.com/bronies/6017378#6017378
I mean you can count for yourself if you don't believe me...
#166 to #164 - OMGCAA
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Also, toaster strudels are plagued with the hot on the outer area and cold on the middle problem.
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#174 to #163 - nsfpikachu
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I agree. Poptarts are dry and crusty while strudels are warm and gooey, I think it's well worth the inconvenience to heat it.
I agree. Poptarts are dry and crusty while strudels are warm and gooey, I think it's well worth the inconvenience to heat it.
#162 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
1. Obviously, if your eating a Toaster Strudel or a Poptart, you don't really care about what's in them.
2. Who gives a **** about the price?

You still need a better way to compare them.
#160 - akkere ONLINE
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The Price Range is only differing from a few cents though. I wouldn't call that much of a win.   
Plus it also depends on what you're pricing against (this is why you need to make citations in posts like these) , + the frequency of it being on sale on places like Shop Rite, in which the price would essentially drop underneathe the standard.   
Also, if you're going to do statistics, do it on either an entirely neutral platform, or multiple different platforms, I.E. ponyboard, social, random, and maybe fitness.    
And it doesn't matter which one is classified as "healthier"; it's not a health food.   
   
Just saiyan.
The Price Range is only differing from a few cents though. I wouldn't call that much of a win.
Plus it also depends on what you're pricing against (this is why you need to make citations in posts like these) , + the frequency of it being on sale on places like Shop Rite, in which the price would essentially drop underneathe the standard.
Also, if you're going to do statistics, do it on either an entirely neutral platform, or multiple different platforms, I.E. ponyboard, social, random, and maybe fitness.
And it doesn't matter which one is classified as "healthier"; it's not a health food.

Just saiyan.
#159 - jittersfj
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(06/17/2012) [-]
I'll eat poptarts but if I actually want to be full for breakfast I'll take strudels.
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#156 - tkinjo
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(06/17/2012) [-]
i never thought there would be a day poptarts are better than toaster strudles
#155 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
I'm english and neither of them exist over here.
#191 to #155 - grandmabetty
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You get poptarts over here.
#154 - pulpfriction
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(06/17/2012) [-]
mfw i don't get either in my country
mfw i don't get either in my country
#152 - hellmodd
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Poptarts....
LIK DIS IF YOU CRY EVERYTIM
#149 - chevah
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(06/17/2012) [-]
We don't have them in britain :( We have shops in town (miles away) Called Americandy and a single chupa chups lolly cost £8.
#199 to #149 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
tescos sells them :)
#200 to #199 - chevah
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(06/17/2012) [-]
OMG I'M RIGHT ACROSS FROM TESCOS.

I'm legit going offline now to buy them. Thanks man.
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#151 to #147 - stukka
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**stukka rolled a random image posted in comment #5942745 at FJ Pony Thread ** It's not exactly a double blind test but it's pretty well thought out. I am impressed.
#150 to #147 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
I believe you are an idiot. Just about every medical treatment is based on statistics and evidence nowadays. Google EBM is you don't believe me.
#146 - tiptoebythewindow
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(06/17/2012) [-]
But Poptarts have that stupid cardboard edge thing. Why can't they just make it ALL Poptart?
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#148 to #145 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
****, I'm sure I'm missing out on some really funny avatar joke because of this. Damn you, OP!
#143 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Poptarts taste like cardboard with sugar on top, with a generic berry filling that mixes with the cardboard and tastes even worse.

Strudels are like a croissant filled with gooey jam with actual flavoring, and frosting on top. You can't even compare the two.
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