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Q: What can one stick of Twix fix? ( Answered 4 out of 5 stars,   6 Comments )
Subject: What can one stick of Twix fix?
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: djensen47-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 24 Aug 2005 14:46 PDT
Expires: 23 Sep 2005 14:46 PDT
Question ID: 559939
If "there's nothing two sticks of Twix can't fix," then what can one
stick of twix fix?

Please provide a good argument for your answer and supportive
reasoning. I expect that some formal logic might be involved to
postulate and prove the answer.
Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
Answered By: nenna-ga on 07 Sep 2005 16:09 PDT
Rated:4 out of 5 stars
Hello djjensen47-ga

One stick of Twix could provide the alternative for a snack if you?re
counting calories. While the fat content is a bit high, it?s
recommended that snacks are under 200 calories. With a caramel Twix
bar, both sticks are 280 calories, however, 1 stick, being 140
calories could fix the need for a snack/chocolate/sweets craving if
you?re watching calories. It?s not the healthiest snack, but it is
under the recommended calories and you could get two snacks a day out
of one 60-cent candy bar. I also agree with Tutzdad?s comments below.

?What constitutes a light snack? Basically, your snacks should contain
no more than 200 calories?? (about snacks)
(How many calories in a Twix Bar)

Google Searches:
twix nutritional information

how many calories is a healthy snack

If this answer requires further explanation, please request
clarification before rating it, and I'll be happy to look into this

Google Answers Researcher

Request for Answer Clarification by djensen47-ga on 27 Sep 2005 18:38 PDT
Well, this is a good practical nutritional answer. However, I was
looking more along the lines of an answer to a logic game.

If you have two things, you can fix (or repair or solve) anything.
What can you fix if you only have one of those two things?

I think the answer is that you just don't know. You may or may not be
able to fix anything.

Clarification of Answer by nenna-ga on 27 Sep 2005 19:56 PDT
I would have to say you could be right. However, you can also have a
good snack while you're not fixing anything :)

djensen47-ga rated this answer:4 out of 5 stars
A "great answer" can only come from a "great question" and my question
was not great. However, the researcher should not be penalized for
choosing to answer a mediocre joke-like question.

Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
From: tutuzdad-ga on 24 Aug 2005 14:47 PDT
diabetic shock
Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
From: tutuzdad-ga on 24 Aug 2005 14:48 PDT
Low blood sugar
Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
From: rambler-ga on 24 Aug 2005 14:56 PDT
Two negatives make a positive. Therefore, the statement
"there's nothing two sticks of Twix can't fix"
implies that two sticks of Twix can fix everything.
Therefore, one stick should fix half of everything.
(A half-assed solution to the world's problems, I suppose.)
Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
From: pinkfreud-ga on 24 Aug 2005 15:05 PDT
When a rural bumpkin tried to mend some torn photographs by using a
melted Twix bar, he did not succeed. The next day, the local newspaper
published an image of the farmer and his ruined snapshots, with this

Twix Stix Fix Hick's Pix? Nix.
Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
From: myoarin-ga on 24 Aug 2005 16:47 PDT
re:  Rambler-ga's comment:  
Everything is infinite, half of everything is also infinite (DJensen
wanted some formal logic), so a second Twix stick would be
I would say that the implication is that two sticks of Twix can fix ANYthing.
Therefore, one stick can only half fix anything or fix only half of anything,
which isn't completely fixing anything at all.
Subject: Re: What can one stick of Twix fix?
From: tabarry-ga on 07 Sep 2005 09:45 PDT
It can fix half of nothing.

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