This Woman's Ice Cream Sandwich Didn't Melt And People Are Perplexed
I am equally perplexed and disgusted.
Ah, the humble ice cream sandwich. A perfect year-round treat that gives you two of life's greatest pleasures: biscuits and ice cream.
It's a rare example of an ice cream you can eat with your hands, without getting it all over yourself.
Have you ever actually wondered why it doesn't melt everywhere? Well, one Aussie woman left a piece of an ice cream sandwich outside for four days...and it still didn't melt.
This is what it looked like on Monday afternoon, untouched for three days.
It seemed pretty weird to us that ice cream would stay unmelted for four days. Did Mary somehow get a dud? We decided we should conduct our own experiment with the same product.
And, whaddaya know, ours didn't melt either!
After a while, the biscuit and "ice cream" became really soft but retained their shape. Then a gross, sticky, thick liquid started seeping out from underneath the sandwich.
We even took the biscuit off another bar, just in case it contained some magical ingredient designed to keep the ice cream cool. But the same gross liquid seepage happened after a couple hours.
Here are the ingredients, for anyone interested.
Brb off to eat a Foam Favourite.
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