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Ice Cream Day!

Posted in In Class Assignments by Joshua on the September 1, 2011

When the ice cream was first brought into the room, I had one thought run through my head, “Fulgsang is softening us up because he is about to drop and eight page paper on our heads.” I was wrong with my first assumption. In actuality,  all I had to do was eat the ice cream and describe to you readers (which amounts to zero people). At first glance, I thought that the ice cream was half chocolate and half vanilla. My oddly shaped spoon was able to carve into the ice cream like butter meaning that the ice cream had either been in a freezer that was not set to its max cooling capabilities, or it has been left out for a little while. While bringing the spoon up to my mouth, I fully expected the taste of chocolate and vanilla ice cream. To my surprise, my taste buds detected a root beer float taste. I could neither fully taste the vanilla or the root beer it mixed together perfectly. It was not the highest quality of root beer taste that one could get. In fact, it tasted more like the cheap great value type of root beer that you can a 2 liter bottle of for 64 cents at Wal-mart. To make sure my taste buds were not deceiving me, I smelt the ice cream and sure enough, it had a slight smell of root beer. As the ice cream continued to decrease in the the circularized cup it is in, it also began to become more liquid. Soon enough, the ice cream had disappeared and my spoon was only making contact with the plastic bottom of the container. Thus ends the best part of my  Fundamentals of Journalism class today. I now have to fully prepare myself for the next hour and a half of class with nothing but an empty ice cream cup and a weird spoon. If there are any readers of this blog out there, feel free to comment on what I should do with the cup and spoon.

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  1.   ross fuglsang said,

    on September 6th, 2011 at 3:17 am

    Well, you have at least one reader. Contact friends and family and get them to read as well. Not much sense in writing if no one is going to read it.

    Carved-Good verb.

    Show me Weird.