Ice Cream Cones

The best way to eat an ice cream cone is to put just enough
ice cream in the cone to top it off, because think about it,
isn’t the best part of eating and ice cream cone to have bites of cone+ice cream?

Mitchell and I don’t agree on this.
Sadly, the ill-informed man thinks cones are just holders for ice cream.
He keeps topping more ice cream on the same cone
until he’s eaten a pint of dripping vanilla.

What you favorite way to eat and ice cream cone?.

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6 Responses to Ice Cream Cones

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I get a regular amount of ice cream and eat top to bottom. I do like the bites with both cone and ice cream, but I can wait. Once I get there, I’m not adding more ice cream.


  2. Heide says:

    I’m somewhere between you and your sadly misinformed man (ha ha). I do like a few bites of icy, creamy goodness before getting to the crunchy cone — but not so much that it starts to melt. Just goes to show there’s no such thing as the perfect cone, eh?


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