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Does anyone know why ice cream always tastes better on a lil piece of
wood?

I don't know the exact name for this piece of wood but I'm sure you
know what I'm talking about. Is there something about this wood that
brings out the flavor of ice cream?


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Does anyone know why ice cream always tastes better on a lil piece of
wood?

I don't know the exact name for this piece of wood


I believe the technical term is "a stick".

but I'm sure you
know what I'm talking about. Is there something about this wood that
brings out the flavor of ice cream?


Feelings of carefree nostalgia?

LG
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"Keep it simple. If it takes a genius to understand it, it will never work."
- Clarence Leonard "Kelly" Johnson

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Does anyone know why ice cream always tastes better on a lil piece of
wood?

I don't know the exact name for this piece of wood but I'm sure you
know what I'm talking about. Is there something about this wood that
brings out the flavor of ice cream?


So, the ice cream stick manufacturing business been slow lately?


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On Aug 22, 11:26*am, "Lord Gow333, Conservative Fullback!"
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"Perkoffstation 3" wrote in message

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Does anyone know why ice cream always tastes better on a lil piece of
wood?


I don't know the exact name for this piece of wood


I believe the technical term is "a stick".


It's like one of those things doctors put on your tongue and make you
say "ahhh" except it's like half as long and twice as fat.


but I'm sure you
know what I'm talking about. *Is there something about this wood that
brings out the flavor of ice cream?


Feelings of carefree nostalgia?

LG
--
"Keep it simple. If it takes a genius to understand it, it will never work."
- Clarence Leonard "Kelly" Johnson


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On Aug 22, 12:23*pm, "Barty" wrote:
"Perkoffstation 3" wrote in message

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Does anyone know why ice cream always tastes better on a lil piece of
wood?


I don't know the exact name for this piece of wood but I'm sure you
know what I'm talking about. *Is there something about this wood that
brings out the flavor of ice cream?


So, the ice cream stick manufacturing business been slow lately?


I don't know has it?


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