Abnormal Treat of the Day: Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream

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Abnormal Treat of the Day: Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream
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Are you tired of boring old ice cream that you can only see with the light on? Have you always wondered why you couldn't eat your tasty frozen treat and create a radiant glow at the same time? Well a company in Europe can say, "Problem solved," with its newly invented glow-in-the-dark ice cream. Synthesized jellyfish luminescence is used in the ice cream's recipe (sounds tasty, right?) to give off its unique effect. This gleaming ice cream comes at a cost. Company founder, Charlie Harry Francis reports that, because of the high expense of the ice cream's special ingredient, one scoop could could cost up to $220.

Experiment of the Day: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

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This unique restaurant uses liquid nitrogen to make truly made-to-order ice cream giving you an amazing freshly-frozen experience.

This Is Creepy, You Should Watch It of the Day

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This will be the creepiest thing you see all week. Posted early so as not to haunt your dreams.

[thestranger]

Lights Out

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Ice cream is one of life's simple pleasures. This fact is irrefutable.

It takes a lot, then, to make the frozen dairy treat into a construct of pure horror. Observe this commercial.

[nerdcore]

Just Like Mom Used To Make of the Day

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Just Like Mom Used To Make of the Day: Icecreamists, an ice cream parlor in London's Covent Garden, has introduced a new flavor of ice cream made with 75% human breast milk. The flavor, called "Baby Gaga," will be served by a Lady Gaga impersonator and cost £14 a pop.

The breast milk was acquired through donations made by women responding to ad placed by the restaurant's founder, Matt O'Connor. "Some people will hear