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ice cream sticks

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Individually wrapped cubes of ice cream on the end of wooden stirrer sticks. Simply stir your coffee and let it melt off. You could have different flavors like chocolate ice cream, caramel ice cream, or coffee ice cream. Starbucks produces tons of such coffee related knick knacks. It's another way to play with your purchase.
junkbot, Mar 09 2001

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       As every beanpole knows, skinny things have a large surface-to-volume ratio, and hence ice cream sticks will melt very fast (not to mention in your fingers). What about a spoon with a dollop of ice cream frozen in the -- what do you call it , the "cup" of the spoon? Would work solo as small ice cream treats, too.
rmutt, Mar 09 2001
  
      
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