Well, back when I was first learning about such things, I remember that Twink was short for Twinkie®, the Hostess Snack Cake. Guys were called twinkies, if they were young, blond, full of cream, and, to quote the official web site (www.hostesscakes.com/twinkies.asp
), "Fun to eat", just like the snack cake.
For those who are still wondering what Twinkies® are, let me include three haikus, from www.twinkiesproject.com
Moist golden sponge cake.
Creamy white filling of joy.
Boy, I love Twinkies®!
When they are pureed
Twinkies® can be compressed much.
Really mostly air.
Is the Twinkie® smart?
Is it just ignoring us?
Maybe never know.
Personally, I don't get it. Twinkies® never really did it for me. Perhaps it's the blandness of the fake-vanilla creme filling, or . I'm much more tempted by this, which has been called "Twinkie® wrapped in Bacon Stonehenge"
As far as "youngblood", what I find in the Urban Dictionary is this:
(n.) 70's slang - A young man or boy. Race is not inherent, however, it did originate from African-American culture. "How's it hangin', youngblood. Gimme some skin. Solid day?" "Run back to your crib, youngblood. It's getting heavy out."
... so I can't really offer much enlightenment for that. or the difference between that and good ol' Twinks.