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Ice Cream Birthday Cake Shake Machine

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Insert an entire Ice Cream Birthday cake press start and watch this especially engineered blender convert the entire cake into a drinkable shake and pour it into an over sized glass.

The machine will add alcohol to the top and set the top of the birthday cake shake aflame for more celebratory impact.

vfrackis, Nov 19 2012

Here's one more wrinkle you can add to the mix... Cement_20Truck_20Mu...Ice_20Cream_20Maker
[normzone, Nov 20 2012]

Blender http://www.krups.ca...E/0/KB7207_main.jpg
[rcarty, Nov 20 2012]

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       Well, the fact that it's basically a combination of two readily available off-the-shelf products (a commercial- grade kitchen blender with integrated additive dispenser and a flamethrower) makes it a bit boring, if not entirely unlikable.
Alterother, Nov 19 2012
  

       You're just not going to the right kind of parties.
Alterother, Nov 19 2012
  

       I'm not sure how *especially engineered* it is- it would be hard to turn a cake into a shake without some other liquid added methinks.
xandram, Nov 19 2012
  

       I'm not sure how *especially engineered* it is- it would be hard to turn a cake into a shake without some other liquid added methinks.
xandram, Nov 19 2012
  

       friction is all you need
vfrackis, Nov 19 2012
  

       Considering that a shake is basically ice-cream alone, the cake is going to be problematic, although I have had a strawberry shortbread milkshake that had cake, or shortbread in it.
rcarty, Nov 19 2012
  

       I saw a video/recipe not too long ago for what was called the “Slacker Shake”: Take seven ice cream sandwiches, add a cup of milk, and blend.
ytk, Nov 19 2012
  

       It's funny because it's indirectly cruel to children in a childish way.
rcarty, Nov 20 2012
  

       // friction is all you need //   

       No, it isn't. If the material in the blender isn't wet enough, the blades will simply cut a void in their path and the motor will over-rev. Liquids allow the displaced air to escape, which is why milk is used as a liquid blending medium in a milkshake.   

       The real question here is why go to all the trouble of making an ice cream cake in the first place? Just make your shake from the base ingredients.
Alterother, Nov 20 2012
  
      
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