Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by WyreTheWolf, Jul 30, 2002.
If you had a bowl of Ice Cream... What toppings would you use?
Nothing more than a nice hot fudge sundae!
Hehe, before I read your post, Wolf, I was like "Topping... on what?" My topping depends on my mood -- sometimes I like caramel, sometimes fudge, and sometimes crumbled Butterfingers or something similar. Sprinkles are also fun!
Although icecream isn't the only thing I put that on as the Bishop said to the Actress
1. Other - Please Specify.. another scoops
2. Hot Caramel
3. Other - Please Specify.. another scoop.
does Cameron Diaz count as a topping?
Jennifer Connelly or Jennifer Love Hewitt
would all three be greedy? if not well .........
Heh I dont think it would
hehe girls are nice, but peanut butter cups don't cost nearly as much, and don't complain about Deltas and screaming HSF's!!
BTW I've got a friend who just happens to work at an ice cream shop (Herell's in Harvard Sq. for those of you familiar with Boston). Let me tell you, nothing tastes better than ice cream, except FREE ice cream!
I have a feeling sinjin is going to do *something* in this thread :bleh:
Nothing tastes better than hot fudge on Ice Cream... Well maybe hot fudge on a women... cause you know when it gets sticky it gets good..
Hot fudge , whip creme and a cherry. And if they don't have it, I'll settle for Jennifer Love Hewitt.
ice cream is the topping. duh.
it all depends on what flavor. i like cookies n cream myself... er, for all of you with a sick mind, shove off.
Yea where has sinjin gone?
Damn you! Now I have to go buy Sunday ingrediants.
I found out what Ice Cream rocks, its expensive but it seriously will blow you away, Oh Henry ice cream. coming up with that idea is like splicing pig DNA with that of an Elephant, but this actually works. Your taste buds will never be the same. You don't even need a topping because the topping is embedded into the ice cream.
Sorry about that Jim. Reeealy, I am. :lol:
Strawberry all the way. There is nothing like strawberries and cream.
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