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Is Little Debbie getting rid of one of your favorite classic snack cakes?

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Say it isn't so. On Wednesday, Little Debbie tweeted out a photo collage of four of its popular snacks, Christmas Tree Cakes, Nutty Buddy, Oatmeal Creme Pies, and Honey Buns, with the caption, "One gotta go forever..." suggesting that not only could the company be removing one of the products from the supermarket shelves, but that they could be leaving it up to the customers. 

Now before you rush out to the grocery store to stock up on your favorites, it is very possible that Little Debbie isn't actually planning to get rid of one, and is posing the question in a hypothetical sense. Whatever the case may be, fans were quick to voice their opinions on the matter, and many seemed to agree that if anything has to be on the chopping block, it's the Honey Bun. 

Again, it's unclear at this time what Little Debbie is actually up to, but if the results of the Twitter survey mean anything, the Honey Bun seems to be the weakest link. 

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