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Photo by Kelly Neil
Photo by Kelly Neil

 

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45 Comments on “Published

  1. Cute and my two scoopers are different than those you have pictured. Amazing how many can be designed for one capricious dessert that reinvents itself at every turn.

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  2. sent a response and for some reason it didn’t make it. I wrote (if it’s a duplicate disregard) that Neopolitan was indecisive and that I liked my ice cream dull and vanilla and in front of the tele.

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  3. Some comments automatically get sent to the spam filter. Neapolitan appears easy going, but really is a control freak.

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  4. OH NO! – I actually visualised some people I know when I read those descriptions!! – Can’t name who went with what though. hahaha – great post!

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  5. I’m seeing not just a revolution but full scoops of slaughter. And it looks delicious. It’s not hot carnage; it would be cold lactage, I guess.

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  6. True. Personally, a good vanilla is my favorite. But, in reading this poem, it’s good to think how metaphors, sound, and deconstructionism are flavors. What does blue mean? So, is this poem about ice cream? Yes and no. Welcome to the world of Derrida.

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  7. A scoop of everything, please! Yes, that includes metaphorical meanings too! Whatever life throws at me, I will eat it (but I prefer pie!)

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  8. Loved the personalities of the different flavors, they were spot-on. Elan, you are so funny. Now I want ice cream–maybe banana coconut. πŸ™‚

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  9. I’m thinking of ice cream 😩😩. Love it was smiling and reading. Each flavor its own personality ❀️❀️

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  10. Oh good grief. Sorbet (the poser) is my favorite. Very creative rendition. There’s even humor in it. And I’d probably try rum raisin if I weren’t already so high on life!

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  11. Ahaha great poem. I had a good laugh. You certainly made eating ice cream a lot more interesting for me.

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