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Betcha that'll change.

I had to explain Rémi Gaillard to my son yesterday.
Him: "That sounds hilarious!"
Me: "The people around him probably feel differently."

--Patrick
 

GasBandit

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Some ice cream brands do, some don't. Bluebell is one of those that don't.
I don't think I've ever seen one, not just on blue Bell but also on breyers or dryers or whatever it's called, or blue bunny, or most generic store brand buckets.
 

figmentPez

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I don't think I've ever seen one, not just on blue Bell but also on breyers or dryers or whatever it's called, or blue bunny, or most generic store brand buckets.
Hagen Daas, and Coolhaus do. Trader Joe's have a snap-off collar around the rim. I think Tillamook has a wrap around the lid, but I'm not certain.
 

Dave

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If America had it together we wouldn't NEED to plastic strip our food so that morons didn't spit in it.
 
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If America had it together we wouldn't NEED to plastic strip our food so that morons didn't spit in it.
Whatever idiotless utopia you had in mind, i'll still take sealed food from shelves that anyone can access.

Not every company does that in Europe either. But usually a second sealed lid is than in use.
It's not a concidence that i named an American company...

Frankly i can't even thing of another that just uses the plastic strip instead of a sealed 2nd "lid".
 

Dave

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Next you'll be saying Womder isn't bread, or Sunny D isn't orange juice.

--Patrick
Bryers does not have enough milk fat to be classified as ice cream. Instead it has to be called "frozen dairy dessert". I'm not dogging on Breyers, but it's NOT ice cream.
 
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Bryers does not have enough milk fat to be classified as ice cream. Instead it has to be called "frozen dairy dessert". I'm not dogging on Breyers, but it's NOT ice cream.

And three quarters (at least) of what's sold as "chocolate" in the USA isn't chocolate by Belgian law, either. Legal =/= actual. Yeah, I agree that isn't proper ice cream ,but I also say Cadbury and most of nestle's offerings aren't actual chocolate :p
 
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Bryers does not have enough milk fat to be classified as ice cream. Instead it has to be called "frozen dairy dessert". I'm not dogging on Breyers, but it's NOT ice cream.
That's actually where I thought you were going with it, but the only Breyer's flavor we can bring into our house without someone (not me) whining about it (seriously, who whines about ice cream other than "we're out*?") is the Natural Vanilla, which qualifies.

No Edy's, though. I don't care how tasty it is, Nestlé can get fucked.

--Patrick
*spoiler: it's Cranky.
 
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I don't understand why I was tagged, aside from the minor inclusion of Namor.
It was indeed entirely because of the unexpected left turn the thread took to show how the surface-dwellers continue to steal what rightfully belongs to Atlantis.

--Patrick
 
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