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Royal Ice Cream?

Heir to the Cone Ben and Jerrys Some of you might find this amusing… I have just received a press release from Ben & Jerry’s. Before I go any further, anti-royalist republicans should avert their eyes! Anyway, the press release reads in part:

To celebrate Prince Charles’ special day tomorrow, Ben and Jerry’s have rustled up a bespoke birthday treat… This limited edition ice cream is a sweet gift for the guy who has everything – and sure to make for one cool birthday when it lands on the Prince’s doorstep tomorrow.

“Heir To The Cone” is creamy banana ice cream, walnuts and chocolate chunks. Of course, only the finest ingredients were used in the ice cream fit for a king (to be)!

Given the prince’s predilections, you would have thought they would have made it organic, but we hope it sweetens the day…

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3 Responses to “Royal Ice Cream?”

  1. November 14th, 2007 at 3:50 am

    Harold says:

    I must admit that I don’t like ice cream, however, I would give the Prince Charles special a try.

    Here’s another tribute to the heir to the throne, as sweet as the ice cream, I presume, but with low calories and 100 percent fat free and loyal:

  2. November 22nd, 2007 at 3:53 pm

    Sarah says:

    Hmmm… This is very suspicious… I remember B&J having an ice cream going by the name of Chunky Monkey which consisted of banana ice cream, choc chunks & walnuts!!! Hmmmm….

  3. December 5th, 2007 at 2:25 pm

    polly peirce says:

    hmmm; I can see why you said for anti-royalist republicans to avert their eyes! Still, it made interesting(LOL)reading for a couple of seconds! Are they trying to tell him something ; being the Heir to the Cone? Do the words Banana Republic spring to mind?!Hmmm!

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