nice, so what were you wearing.
I think the cone and the slow eating of ice cream makes it better. It makes it feel special and lets you appreciate every bite more. Eating the cone after is like a second treat and it feels clean and concluding to make the container disappear instead of having to throw away some plastic or wash residue from the side of the cup down the sink. The unique form and the little bit of extra focus you need to pay makes eating a cone of ice cream an event rather than just a desert. I don't have ice cream memories from my childhood to bring back, but it does bring visions of A childhood playing in on the beach.
cool, cool, so what were you wearing?
More than one scoop is too much anyway>>24120
My ice cream apron and ice cream hat>>24142
Wouldn't that break apart when the spoon hits it?
>>24125>If anything it results in you having to eat your ice cream fast, not just more focused, thus limiting how much you get to really savour and enjoy it, lest it begins melting all over your hand.
that’s when you start biting
That's how I always eat ice cream, it's good to bite things if not swallow like a snake. If I suck it or lick it I feel like a fatass, dandy, or child.