What if ice cream didn’t melt?

I found this weird story on twitter today. It is a bit cringe worthy and made me worry/wonder about other products. The video below may frighten you.

What if your ice cream didn’t melt? Would you still eat it?

I don’t know about you, but I am not planning to buy any of these sandwiches anytime soon! Just what is in these and what does it do once it’s inside our bodies? Does it melt then or go through the digestive system intact, then slide out the same as it came in? Uuggh, I think I just grossed myself out.

I usually don’t share anything other than my own thoughts and stories here on this blog, but this was just too weird to keep to myself and worked as a what if. Don’t worry though, I don’t plan to make a habit of shareing weird videos or stories.

9 thoughts on “What if ice cream didn’t melt?

  1. You’d be surprised what we’ve developed to accommodate our fast paced, convenience driven, price conscious, narcissistic society. I fully live on both sides of the fence – I detest chemicals and would love to turn my entire yard into a full fledged garden, but man I love me some Kraft mac and cheese. I came across this girl as an excellent reminder of making better choices (if not for me, then at least for my kids). Excuse me while I binge eat the rest of the frozen treats from an alien cow, wouldn’t want my kids to eat that crap 😉 https://www.facebook.com/thefoodbabe

  2. I think just sliding through you would be the best-case scenario. There’s likely so many unhealthy, chemically-altered substances in those things — not to mention all the additive schmadditives — that their effects upon the body over the long term (assuming that one eats them on a more or less regular basis) is more of a compounding of smaller issues that eventually become a cascading failure to thrive in an age where people should realistically be reaching 100 years old in a fairly robust state. Unfortunately, very few industries are actually interested in helping us get there. With stuff like this on the shelves, it’s little wonder that we have epidemics of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease that didn’t exist prior to the second half of the twentieth century.

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