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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeee View Post
    BUT. if you're eating it off a spoon you can't just swallow, i remember that much.

    Im wondering what else you used to eat ice cream off, if not a spoon, Leeee. Bit of wink wink nudge nudge, hey?

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    At first i though.

    No

    But now i think about it i dont swallow it straight away, i let it melt whilst swirling around in my mouth.

    So i must chew it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Im wondering what else you used to eat ice cream off, if not a spoon, Leeee. Bit of wink wink nudge nudge, hey?
    ..an icecream cone? in which case you lick it off and there's nothing to chew? i'm too tired for this. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeee View Post
    find me one that doesn't contain dairy, soy or gluten.. i have no milk or milk replacement or any kind of milk product in my diet at all, currently.
    http://cocoluscious.com.au/.
    And it is to die for!!!

    And if u need yoghurt http://www.coyo.com.au/products/index.htm this stuff is better than any dairy or soy stuff anyway

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    I chew it...but I always seem to have ice cream with added extras, rocky road or I add nuts and stufflike that to mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeee View Post
    ..an icecream cone? in which case you lick it off and there's nothing to chew? i'm too tired for this. lol
    Sorry, was meant to be a bit of a giggle. Wasnt meant to be offensive in any way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Im wondering what else you used to eat ice cream off, if not a spoon, Leeee. Bit of wink wink nudge nudge, hey?
    A cone? A stick?

    I still love you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Sorry, was meant to be a bit of a giggle. Wasnt meant to be offensive in any way.
    I laughed but I thought it was a serious question.


 

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