I can't decide, so I'll present them both for your
1. Hostess' Twinkies Cookbook
Complete with the secret methods to construct such taste delights as Twinkie Sushi, Twinkie Burrito, and the new breakfast of champions, Pigs in a Twinkie.
2. Who Framed Spraychel?
Unilever's I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Flash animation whodunit, featuring the voice of Fabio as (I wish I was kidding) the blond-tasseled refrigerator attorney Cobbio.
Others who knew me when might see my new knitting skills as another sign that Cthulhu is churning furiously to the surface, bent on the destruction of all humanity. Some would say I'm selling out to keep the wife happy. Others have said (mostly in jest) "You sing, you dance, you bake" [yes, occasionally I do] "and now you knit. Are you sure you're not gay?" For them I quote Matt & Trey: "Everyone's a little gay".
Regardless, my wife and many of her knitter friends have complimented my knitting, especially for its evenness. I've finished several simple projects (scarves & hats) and am now doing my first full item of clothing: a vest. At Lolly & Jonathan's East Bay bungalow last night, Lolly (a talented fiber artist) gave me The Compliment. She examined the stockinette fabric of the back panel I'm working on, looked at me and said, "Oh my God, Kevin, you're a Knitter!" N just beamed from the chair next to me. I would have project pictures but I have no camera with me.