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Little Debbie, you sneaky lass: snack cake giant says demise of item was greatly exaggerated

Little Debbie, don't do this to us! (Source: Little Debbie /Twitter screenshot) Little Debbie, don't do this to us! (Source: Little Debbie /Twitter screenshot)
(WIS) -

Little Debbie, don't do this to us! 

The popular snack cake that features the cheery and legendary Little Debbie on its boxes tweeted a picture with four of its popular snack cakes on it: the Christmas tree cakes, the Nutty Buddy, the Oatmeal Creme Pies, and the honey buns. 

Then Little Debbie asked a dangerous question on Nov. 8: Which one? The photo featured the four snack cakes and says "one gotta go forever..." 

Its similar to a popular Facebook meme where someone poses a question to "which one has to go," and lists a series of foods, pop stars, cars, restaurants, etc. 

But, McKee Foods spokesperson Mike Gloekler told TODAY Food that the Little Debbie team was just having a little fun at their fan's expense. 

"Our Little Debbie fans never disappoint when it comes to their passion for favorite products," Gloekler added. "We know we make a fun product that makes people smile."

Meanwhile, Little Debbie knows they've started some drama. 

They even had William Shatner tripping! 

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