Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Morbid Sorbet

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As you enter through heavy curtains, the first thing you notice, is everything is black with dark red velvet trim. Evil chamber music plays over speakers, and behind a cobwebbed counter filled with flavoured sorbets stands a dead eyed staff member with a menacing ice-cream scoop.

Most of the flavours revolve around themes of blood, coffins and eternal sorrow, served in cones with inverted crucifixes along the sides.

benfrost, Mar 31 2005


       The best selling flavour would have to be "Death by Chocolate" (+)
gardnertoo, Mar 31 2005

       So instead of having my loved-one cremated, I can have them made into an ice-cream?   

       Do they do this for pets too?
zen_tom, Mar 31 2005

       Inspired by Monty Python, yes? The waiters are all dour little chaps with long black scraggly hair, and those tall cylindrical hats like Lincoln wore.
Soterios, Mar 31 2005

       I can see the promotional posters now...   

       "Lick Your Loved Ones!   

       (Insert photo of a family in black, morosely consuming an ash-colored frozen treat)   

       Tasteful Funerary Services Available At The Creamatorium."
Guncrazy, Mar 31 2005

       //Tiny shovels, instead of spoons. //
[+] As long as this is included.
brodie, Mar 31 2005

       And the ambitiously greedy goths (read: those fat ones) could take the "Netherworld Challenge" where they must eat multiple gallons of ice cream from a casket within a set time limit.   

Abusementpark, Dec 10 2006

       //Perhaps the chain could be called, "Everybodyscream"?   

       It's a sure bet I'd scream if I stepped inside.
Cuit_au_Four, Dec 14 2006

       You could have home delivery, but only if you live in the film noir home.
gardnertoo, Jan 13 2007


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