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Dude Tries to Use Hair Removal 'Down There' and Is Filled With Instant Regret, Leaves Hilarious Amazon Review

This TIFU story started out as an innocent gesture of love and ended up as a farcical scene from an absurdist movie. The way this guy retells his story is genius, and I can't stop grinning whenever I remember the last scene he described. You'll know the one when you get to this. This should win an award for the most hilarious Amazon review. Waste no time, read it now. It will be worth it. 

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Blizzard's a thick ice cream treat, but you don't want to test how it holds up against gravity. Sure, it might seem like the Blizzard was designed to destroy all comers, but we're talking about gravity here, dude. You don't want to test that. Gravity has defeated literally every opponent since the start of time. 

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Trump’s White House Press Secretary Has Been Low-Key Going After Dippin’ Dots for Five Years

via CNN


This weekend was a weird one.

After having a pretty poor turn out for his inauguration, Trump sent his new White House press secretary to give a weird statement, claiming it "was the largest audience to witness an inauguration, period. Both in person and around the globe.” PolitiFact rated that statement as “Pants on Fire,” while Kellyanne Conway simply called it an “alternative fact,” a new phrase, which means “lie.”

Anyway, when he wasn’t chastising the press for covering the inauguration for what it was, Sean Spicer was spending the last five years in an all out social media war with Dippin’ Dots, the so-called “ice cream of the future.”

From 2010 to 2015, Spicer took to Twitter to take on Big Future Ice Cream to call them what they are: Not the ice cream of the future.

So without further adieu, here are four bizarre tweets from our current White House press secretary:

via @RachelEdelman78

Dippin' Dots has yet to comment, but the Internet has no idea why any of this is happening. Check it out:

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Richard Hammond's under fire right now for saying that he doesn't eat ice cream....because he's straight. Dude what in the actual hell are you on about with this?

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The guy's just trying to get an ice cream cone man!

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Mom Hilariously Calls Out Her Kid for Stealing the Cat's Vanilla Ice Cream

Things are getting heated in this family after someone decided to eat the rest of Coco's the Cat's ice cream. It's a bold move to steal ice cream from anyone, let alone a cat.

Luckily, there was a popsicle that could serve as a substitute for the time being. Still, it might be a good idea to sleep with one eye open for awhile because as we all know, Hell hath no fury like a kitty scorned.

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Two officers from Halifax, Virginia took it upon themselves to try and ease the otherwise all-time high tensions between civilians and authorites these days by issuing ice cream to a ton of drivers.

When asked why they did it, Chief Lands told Virginia’s ABC 6 that he and Officer Warner just “wanted to try and put some smiles on people’s faces.”

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According to Foodbeast, “The creations seem to play off of one of [Remicone’s] more popular creations, the Thunderbomb, which has mint gray cotton candy piled high over vanilla ice cream decorated with a small thunderbolt. Apparently the cotton candy has pop rocks inside to give it a ‘thunder’ crackle as you enjoy the treat.”



Last one, and I'm ouuut.