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Old 09-25-2011, 04:06 PM
 
Location: Schertz
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I've had it! It's glorious! Went to a B&Js scoop shop on my out of Houston, in Katy.
Vanilla with rum and malt balls. You taste of hint of rum. I don't if SAs scoop shop has it but they guy behind the counter said all scoop shops should. I liked it. But I"m more of a "phish food- milk and cookies" flavor girl.

And in regards to the 'uproar,' I remember wanting to watch Dallas with my mom and dad when I was a 6 because they seemed so enthralled by it. Granted it's nowhere near as bad as some of today's evening programming but it was a "grown up only" show. So my parents told me no, gave me a book or coloring book, and told me to go to my room or stay in the den. That was it. If Mom or Dad said no, then it was no.

Although I do remember telling my sister that "Frostys" from Wendys were actually made from a dead Frosty the snowman when she was 5. She wouldn't eat one for about a year.
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Old 09-25-2011, 04:13 PM
 
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I've had it! It's glorious! Went to a B&Js scoop shop on my out of Houston, in Katy.
Vanilla with rum and malt balls. You taste of hint of rum. I don't if SAs scoop shop has it but they guy behind the counter said all scoop shops should. I liked it. But I"m more of a "phish food- milk and cookies" flavor girl.

And in regards to the 'uproar,' I remember wanting to watch Dallas with my mom and dad when I was a 6 because they seemed so enthralled by it. Granted it's nowhere near as bad as some of today's evening programming but it was a "grown up only" show. So my parents told me no, gave me a book or coloring book, and told me to go to my room or stay in the den. That was it. If Mom or Dad said no, then it was no.

Although I do remember telling my sister that "Frostys" from Wendys were actually made from a dead Frosty the snowman when she was 5. She wouldn't eat one for about a year.
LOL this is hilarious (the frosties)
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:14 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Wow that looks crazy good. The ice cream, obviously.
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:00 PM
 
Location: I live south of San Antonio in a place called Atascosa.
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I remember the first Wendy's opened on San Pedro across from "Reeds Red Derby". They advertised "Old Fashioned Hamburgers" and "Chili and Frosty". Chili and Frosty sounded really good. I wanted to get one but I never did!
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Old 09-26-2011, 01:57 AM
 
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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I've had it! It's glorious! Went to a B&Js scoop shop on my out of Houston, in Katy.
Vanilla with rum and malt balls. You taste of hint of rum. I don't if SAs scoop shop has it but they guy behind the counter said all scoop shops should. I liked it. But I"m more of a "phish food- milk and cookies" flavor girl.

And in regards to the 'uproar,' I remember wanting to watch Dallas with my mom and dad when I was a 6 because they seemed so enthralled by it. Granted it's nowhere near as bad as some of today's evening programming but it was a "grown up only" show. So my parents told me no, gave me a book or coloring book, and told me to go to my room or stay in the den. That was it. If Mom or Dad said no, then it was no.

Although I do remember telling my sister that "Frostys" from Wendys were actually made from a dead Frosty the snowman when she was 5. She wouldn't eat one for about a year.
B&J. LOL. I removed one of those characters for something more interesting

And I can't wait to have some Schwedy Balls in my mouth! Where can I get them?! HEB?!
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Old 09-26-2011, 12:27 PM
 
Location: Austin
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I think the people in an uproar with this need to get a life. If your kid is old enough to read 'Schweddy Balls' and know what it means then they have most likely heard and read worse already unless they have been homeschooled and don't have a tv in the house.
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Old 09-26-2011, 12:38 PM
 
Location: Schertz
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B&J. LOL. I removed one of those characters for something more interesting

And I can't wait to have some Schwedy Balls in my mouth! Where can I get them?! HEB?!

Makes my post just thatmuch better, eh? . BTW, I don't know what store carries that rummy, sweet Schweddy Balls you so desire. I havent seen any Schweddy Balls recently.


At HEB.
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Old 09-26-2011, 12:40 PM
 
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Hey The Original Mrs X - when you find the Miami Slice, let us know as that sounds delicious!
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Old 09-26-2011, 01:32 PM
 
Location: san antonio
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I have seen more of a variety of B&J's flavors at Target lately. I don't know if they have it yet but you can bet your bottom dollar that I'm on the lookout for it!
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Old 09-26-2011, 03:27 PM
 
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Ben & Jerry's website has a store lcoator for each of their flavors but does not list Miami Slice or Shweddy balls yet. I love malted milk balls so i'm dying to try the shweddy ones.
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