The Ice Cream Burrito: Ice Cream Scoops Covered In Sprinkles, Wrapped In Cotton Candy

June 22, 2017


This is the Ice Cream Burrito available from dessert shop Sugar Sugar in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. It consists of three scoops of ice cream all covered in rainbow sparkle sprinkles (aka unicorn dust), then wrapped in a cotton candy 'tortilla'. Obviously, it's the perfect post-breakup meal, which is why I just stashed one in the freezer in case my girlfriend decides to leave me *gets phone call, heads straight for fridge* which was apparently two weeks ago. I just assumed she was a stewardess and traveled a lot.

Keep going for a video.

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Thanks to n0nentity, who agrees why wait till you're old to lose all your teeth.

  • Does this actually look/sound tasty to anyone? If it were an actual ice cream burrito, like deep fried ice cream but in a tortilla (although I suppose that would make it an ice cream chimichanga, but lets not split hairs), I could see there being a market for it. I wouldn't be part of that market, but I would assume it exists. However, I can't think of anyone I know who would eat this without there being a serious bet involved.

  • Ghost Pirates

    And the bar is lowered again.

  • Damon Sherman

    just look at this makes my feet numb from the future diabetes.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Do you want to shit black because... hmm... hang on. I think I've made this exact comment before...

  • Jenness
  • TheQiwiMan

    A video player that doesn't allow you to scrub through the timeline, or even see how long the video clip is, is *cancer*.

  • Bling Nye

    Let's ask someone that's been raped, which they would prefer? Since they'd actually have some context for the decision.

    Unless by "rape" you meant, "mildly obnoxious and annyoing, #firstworldproblems"...

  • TheQiwiMan
  • Bling Nye

    Oh no, I totally get it (and props for the lmgtfy use, THAT actually made me chuckle)... the problem is I just don't find rape funny or something to make light of. At all. I admit I did when I was 14, but then I met people that had been raped. Rape ruins people's lives, and takes something away from them that can never be given back.

  • TheQiwiMan

    So the element of consent in human interactions is important to you?

  • Bling Nye

    All the facepalms.

  • TheQiwiMan

    I don't get it. Isn't the difference between 'making love' and 'rape' the element of consent? So I'm just clarifying, the reason you can't stand rape jokes is because you value consent so highly?

    Why is that facepalm-worthy?

  • Bling Nye

    It seemed to me you were trying to make a case/excuse for your hyperbolic use of rape; the answer to that question you asked should be blindingly obvious. Why, yes, I do value consent. How would that be in question, given the context?

    I thought you were making "consent in human interactions" an equivalence between sexual consent, and your consent (or lack thereof) to be forced by a video player to watch something where you can't scroll freely or see the playback duration. That's a false equivalence. If you wanted to defend your use of rape as a joke, you were better off sticking with "but hyperbole!"...

    The facepalm was the result of what I read into your question as explained above.... Was I wrong? If so, substitute my previous facepalm comment with this: "Well fuck yes I do, you daft bastard." ;)

  • TheQiwiMan

    Would you say you value the element of consent in *all* human interactions? Do you feel it is ever morally justifiable to act or be acted upon in violation of your consent? (With the obvious caveat of if you or the other party is acting as a Bad Actor in a society, in which case self defense requires no consent against the aggressor, right?)

    I have a sneaking suspicion you might not value the element of consent as the foundation of moral human interactions nearly as much as you seem to claim...

  • Bling Nye

    Ugh...goddamnit, I was right the first time then... *sigh* ... reinstating the facepalm.

    I don't think rape's funny, or a joking matter. Comparing rape to a fucking video player's options limiting your actions without your "consent" is hyperbolic "humor" at best, and fucking ignorant, patriarchal, rape-culture propagation bullshit at worst. Either way, I didn't care for it, and said as much. I don't have the time or inclination to delve into human morality in the context of consent as a distraction from said statement.

  • TheQiwiMan

    (I'm not attempting to justify the joke. The joke has nothing to do with my probing questions, but I am enjoying your attempts at predicting my motivations. :-D)

  • Bling Nye

    Yeah, well, it's been a long week, rape is a sensitive topic to me, and I'm tired... I'd be happy to entertain you with further prognostications, but as it's Friday, it's sunny, and I have a growler of good beer to attend to... you simply don't compare, friend. Have a good weekend.

  • TheQiwiMan

    (And apologies for the insensitive rape joke. I'll change it to something equally hyperbolic, but less triggering)

  • Bling Nye

    No worries; I do appreciate the apology. And I'm sorry if I came off a bit over the top... Combination of things, and whatnot. Cheers

  • TheQiwiMan

    Understood, have a good one broheim.

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