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Desc:Humans require ice cream.
Category:Horror, Science & Technology
Tags:Robots, ice cream, nightmare fuel, halo top
Submitted:Jimmy Labatt
Date:09/10/17
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cognitivedissonance - 2017-09-10
Worst ice cream I've ever had. Weird, grainy texture.
Maggot Brain - 2017-09-10
wait, how was that supposed to make me want to eat ice cream?
cognitivedissonance - 2017-09-10
The product in question is really pretty bad, so I guess the only angle of attack would be to be weird.

Mother Lumper - 2017-09-10
Commercials that depict suffering and confusion for the elderly should be rewarded.

StanleyPain - 2017-09-10
As far as low-cal diet ice cream goes, Halo Top is actually pretty good, I think, but it's crazy fucking expensive for what it is. (typically about $4 a pint).

By far and away the best sugar free ice cream I have ever had is Clemmy's which uses sugar alcohol and stevia, but I don't think they are business anymore. A few years back I noticed every store in my area began phasing out Clemmy's (even supposedly indie-edgy Whole Foods) and soon afterwards the company launched a lawsuit against Nestle claiming that Nestle somehow secretly negotiated pushing out Clemmys from stores. I don't think the lawsuit went anywhere, but it was real interesting how the stuff disappeared from shelves instantly right before the company made that claim.
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