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Entry from April 19, 2019
“What do you eat when your Pop Tarts get stuck and break in half?"/"Top Parts.”

"Top-Parts” is a spoonerism of Pop-Tarts, a toaster pastry. “Top Parts is a spoonerism of Pop Tarts” was posted on Twitter by Jenifer S. on May 30, 2012. There have been many jokes.

“I don’t toast my pop tarts and I don’t post my top parts. Yo” was posted on Twitter by Jana Pochop on September 13, 2009. “Dad just toasted a Pop Tart. Or posted his Top Parts. I’m unsure” was posted on Twitter by Kellan Keesler on September 21, 2013.

“I like pop tarts, but only the top parts” was posted on Twitter by Nicholas Schreiber on October 7, 2010. “What do you eat when your Pop Tarts get stuck and break in half in the toaster? Top Parts” was posted on Reddit—Dadjokes on April 19, 2019.


Wikipedia: Pop-Tarts
Pop-Tarts is a brand of toaster pastries that the Kellogg Company introduced in 1964. Pop-Tarts have a sugary filling sealed inside two layers of thin, rectangular pastry crust. Most varieties are also frosted. Although sold pre-cooked, they are designed to be warmed inside a toaster or microwave oven. They are usually sold in pairs inside Mylar (previously foil) packages and do not require refrigeration.

Twitter
Bryan Simon
@BryanSimon
I accidentally told someone I was eating Top Parts instead of Pop Tarts.  I wonder what they think of me now.
9:37 AM - 8 Jun 2009

Twitter
Jana Pochop
@janapochop
I don’t toast my pop tarts and I don’t post my top parts. Yo.
7:07 PM - 13 Sep 2009

Twitter
Luke
@littlehiggy4
Did anyone else notice that when you switch the initials in pop tarts, you get top parts? Haha. Just food for thought.
4:23 PM - 16 Sep 2009

Twitter
Nicholas Schreiber
@NJSchreiber84
I like pop tarts, but only the top parts.
10:51 PM - 7 Oct 2010

Twitter
Ray
@_solar_lotus
Pop Tart should make cookies with only the sugar coated top and call them Top Parts
7:28 PM - 29 Nov 2011

Twitter
edward max fendley
@Eddiemaxfendley
i like the top parts of pop tarts… #greatwhiterapperwordplay
3:06 PM - 28 Apr 2012

Twitter
Jenifer S.
@J__Swift
Top Parts is a spoonerism of Pop Tarts.
10:49 AM - 30 May 2012

Twitter
Kellan Keesler
@KillianKeeblah
Dad just toasted a Pop Tart. Or posted his Top Parts. I’m unsure.
10:27 PM - 21 Sep 2013

Reddit—Evenwithcontext
Posted by u/Mcgreenerman May 19, 2014
“Wanted pop tarts; saw top parts”

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/tourqeglare September 21, 2014
The spoonerism for Pop Tarts is Top Parts.

Twitter
One F Jef
@urbpan
I like the icing on toaster pastries, by which I mean that I like Pop Tarts’ top parts. cc @myqkaplan
9:39 AM - 7 Apr 2015

Twitter
Nicken Drumsticks
@beefman138
I meant to say that I wanted pop tarts for breakfast, but I said ‘top parts’ and let me tell you boobs are a great way to start the day.
5:08 PM - 21 Jan 2018

Twitter
George
@MLBGeo
Pop Tarts are food boobs.
1. You get two in a package. Boobs come in two.
2. If you switch the P & T in pop tarts you get top parts.
3. They both are good.
Thank you for coming to my TED Talk
2:29 PM - 20 Mar 2019

Reddit—Dadjokes
Posted by u/WesleySnopes April 19, 2019
What do you eat when your Pop Tarts get stuck and break in half in the toaster?
Top Parts

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Friday, April 19, 2019 • Permalink