Never on a Sundae

Ice-cream sodas are EVIL!  That’s why we have Sundaes!

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  1. leoNard says:

    Grammy time….[blue] :cool:

  2. 2utoday says:

    :mrgreen: Question: What is a waffle burn?
    Answer: A waffle burn is the imprint you get on the bottom of your thighs,when wearing shorts,after sitting for a long time on one of those plastic patio chairs that have lots of holes in the seat of the chair. It will burn when you first stand up and you wil say “ouch,ouch” several times. Now you remember! I thought so!!

  3. errol says:

    Ben and Jerry’s New York Style Super Fudge Chunk. The best ever. Sometimes I get really good vanilla ice cream and then mix crystalized ginger in it. Also very good.

  4. naiveguy101 says:

    Where does “I have to see a man about a horse or dog” originate from and what was it used for over time?

    • naiveguy101 says:

      [I have to see a man about a horse] or [I have to see a man about a dog]

    • Che Volay says:

      NG101, the first time I heard it was when my father said it as he was walking towards a farm, I thought he was going to get us kids a pony ride but all he did was walk in the woods to pee.

    • beevee14 says:

      I’ve always heard that in the south, and it could mean anything(usually illegal and/or immoral) you wanted to keep on the down-low. Basically a polite way of saying MYOFB :!: :mrgreen: ;-)

      • leonard says:

        Are you young enough to remember any [GYPSYS] [][][] They like horses and The Irish too…many stories…now they black-top your driveways….”get the PICTS”…my horse is is out plowing, which pisses off Arab(semite) culture, you see I use no BuLL :lol: :mrgreen: :lol: cooking :grin:

  5. Marina,
    I would like to request the word, thumnail, in the way it’s used on youtube, such as video thumnail.
    Thanks, Tommy

  6. therussianchica says:

    Dear Marina,
    My fellow Russian [chica] ;-)
    My friends and I have for as long as I remember called eachother [Chica].
    I have no idea what the orgin of this word is!
    Please help me put my question to rest :grin:
    I am requesting the word [Chica] ;-)
    xoxo-TheRussian[Chica] ;-)

    • beevee14 says:

      Chica is Spanish for girl. Chico is boy. Chiclets is a delicious gum my mean grandma had laying out all the time.
      You are Welcome :mrgreen:

  7. George says:

    I would like to request the word [ fer ]. Thank you George

  8. iammidna says:

    Hi Marina.

    i’m wondering, what does the phrase [A Little Learning Is A Dangerous Thing]
    my sister says that to me, but i just don’t get it.

  9. swampwiz says:

    I like Dreyer’s (Edy’s) Loaded Peanut Butter Cup Chocolate. It’s like Reese’s and other chunks of peanut butter in dark chocolate.

    I also like German Chocolate, and Moose Tracks (Chocolate and Caramel) as a good substitute.

    I also like the special Wedding Cake (or other cake) type of ice creams.

    But my favorite is true Spumoni, with vanilla, fruit, and pistachio.

  10. James says:

    Hello Marina,

    I would like to request the word [flatter] [flattery] [flatterer]

    It’s exact meaning is often misunderstood, and it is often used incorrectly, ( even by me ). ! ;-)

    спасибо

    • James says:

      Hey! I was here first!

      • leonard says:

        did not know that…[James]ps-Da HouseCat rocks :twisted:

      • James ( in the U.K. ) says:

        :smile: Yes James you probably were first, and since this site allows people to use a display name that is already in use by someone else, that could prove a tad confusing, so I’ve changed my moniker to,
        James ( in the U.K. ), thankyou.

        Although a Scotsman recently insisted to me, ( in a Youtube vid comment ), that the U.K. does not exist as a national state!,……does it exist where you are. ?

        BTW – Nice avatar, and I’m sure it speaks for many of us. :cool:

        • leonard says:

          :cool: :cool: :razz: :roll: :roll: Always learning something … How do?…James (in the U.K.) What are the dots for?

          • James ( in the U.K. ) says:

            ;-) Hello leonard, although I suspect that I might be the subject of a slight tease here,….

            The dots are a type of punctuation known as ellipsis, they usually indicate the omission of a portion of text, and my usage of ellipsis in the previous sentence was grammatically correct, and as it was used at the end of a sentence, 3 dots, plus a full stop, ( period ), is also correct.

            In my former post however, my usage was not grammatically correct, although authors often use ellipsis in a similarly ungrammatical manner, for increased emphasis, and or, dramatic effect .

            Also incorrect was my use of 5 dots, 3 dots is the correct number.

            In the former instance, I was using it as a sort of super comma, in order to indicate an extended pause, think of it as a comma on steroids.

            There is more to the subject than this, but further explanation would require too lengthy a post to write here.

            Ellipsis can also be used to get you the girl,
            ( or guy ).

            I’ll do a forum post on the subject in a day or two.

            Meanwhile,

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellipsis

        • äläx says:

          the other james is in the u.k., too. :/

        • James says:

          Well. nice but i am also in the uk

        • äläx says:

          I’ll do a forum post on the subject in a day or two.

          lol. yeah, you go ahead and do that.

          i’m a bit confused, though.
          i read the wiki article you linked.
          now, it appears that there are several possibilities to indicate an ellipsis. the most common — that’s the one i know and use — being three dots, with a space before the first dot if the omitted element is a word or phrase — or three dots with no space before the first dot if the omitted element is part of the word. also, after “…” there will be no full stop. (like, after abbreviations at the end of a sentence, you don’t put a period ["i was running, walking etc.", not "i was running, walking etc.."], at least not over here; “here” being germany.)
          another possibility to indicate an ellipsis is, in compliance with the “bluebook” (i’ve never heard of it before, i’m not an american), to write three dots followed by the punctuation mark that ends the sentence. but it states that there should be spaces between the dots when using this variant.

          also, i’m not sure about your usage of parentheses. it is pretty uncommon, i think, to put a space after the opening and before the closing bracket.
          furthermore, i have never seen notations like:

          XP, ( YP ), ZP

          that is, using commas before and after the parentheses.

          … think of it as a comma on steroids.

          that was funny, i liked that.

          however, i’m looking forward to your post.

        • leonard says:

          The fun is the punning done; and then we learn together- James ( in the U.K. ) , thanks.

          :smile: SOS …—……:…

          …:… :lol:

  11. 2utoday says:

    Customer: “Waiter! What’s this fly doing in my soup?”
    Waiter: “The back stroke, I imagine”.
    Customer: “Waiter! I have a fly in my soup!”
    Waiter: “Not so loud or everybody will want one!”

  12. brandon kerth says:

    Hey Marina, I was wondering if you could show me the origins of the name [Flea Market]

    Thank you

    Brandon Kerth

    • leonard says:

      Me too. I fly with you on that request. :lol: I fleeded the attention and bought into it? [flea market]…ps- can I by dancing fleas there?…from the web-sitr of HFW…Quote
      “The gods too are fond of a joke.” – Aristotle 384-322 B.C.

  13. Damiana says:

    omg.. the word, hunky dorey, is like nails scraping down a chalkboard.. same with, from the get-go (fawk i hate that one!).. and verbiage (pretentious sales reps!) is just freakin’ glorified text!

    ahhhh.. thanks for the mini-rant.. :grin:

  14. bsomebody says:

    “You can get more with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone.” – Al Capone 1899-1947

    More? We certainly get something different, maybe even quicker. More? I dunno. Do we get something better, or longer lasting? Hmmmm…..

    • leonard says:

      funny … Al helped the farmers and was a good neighbor and Wisconsin loved him…I guess the city made him rich from the drunks and the new age “sexy” of a past lesson…music sells booze…..b-good :smile:

      the Mass media and story tellers made for all those stories…selling papers, Capone was no saint and new times of [fascism] is HAILED

      :twisted: :roll: :|

  15. tonyb says:

    YOu know i learned to play a folk guitar version of STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN in 1975. But I did not listen to the crap of the overly emotional holy rollers when they said that STAIRWAY was backwards masked wtih Satanic messages. Ihat to say but when I became interested in Chistian rock for awhile, I heard one of them perform GIMME SHELTER by the Stones. Another FREE RIDE.
    so, I guess the holy roller rock music scare has gone by the wayside. Those chrstian rockers had to have learned to rock somewhere?

  16. zinnaku says:

    my favorite flavor is ether Reese’s, or Eddie’s loaded Butterfinger

  17. audadvnc says:

    OK, Marina – I’ve finally figured out how to get an account on your site. I tried to set up one earlier today and it never completed correctly.

    I have a word request: [bigwig] which, of course is an important and influential person. I believe the term comes from the 18th Century British nobility, who liked to wear, well, big wigs. And they powdered them white to kill the fleas!

  18. Marina says:

    Are we hunkey-dory with the site?

  19. 2utoday says:

    :mrgreen: I like all kinds of Sundaes on Sunday as long as it is lactose free. I’m lactose intolerant so I have to be careful to avoid dairy products. I usually prefer soy based organic imitation ice cream treats. That way, I don’t get a stomach ache.

  20. PageDoll says:

    Yes! The site is back and the world is right once again! :grin:

  21. labbatt78 says:

    My favorite- mint chocolate

  22. ferrisb1 says:

    Good morning, Marina :)

    I would like to request the origin of the word [arcade].

    We all know what it means in various contexts… But where did it come from?

    It’s kind of a strange word, no? “Are-Cade”?

    Also, its most current meaning applies to the world of video games. It is used to describe game play that is unrealistic and outrageous versus simulating more realistic game play.

    :)

  23. Che Volay says:

    Your Sundae prop is giving the peace sign, coincident I think not.

    {& it looks like it has been crocheted}

  24. beau james says:

    Coffee ice cream is my favorite

  25. leonard says:

    The morning is cool. The sun is bright and my daily word request is [astronaut]. A space traveler in the kind of moon walker, but not as a dancer, but as in a space race with the former U.S.S.R.

    hEar this wonderful musical recording…charlie Ryan

    …or this Dobie Gillis SPACEVILLE (Part 1 of 2)…moon me mooned :lol:

    • beevee14 says:

      A space traveler in the kind of moon walker, but not as a dancer, but as in a space race with the former U.S.S.R.

      Cosmonaut, Comrade!

      ‘From each, his abilities; to each, his needs’ – V.I. Lenin

      “You can get more with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone.” – Al Capone 1899-1947

      “Kill one man, its a tragedy. Kill a million and it is a statistic.” – Josef Stalin

      :sad: Such pleasant thoughts on this beautiful Monday :sad:

      These guys summed up Mondays pretty well! ;-)

  26. jcnick says:

    Hello Marina,

    ‘Milk Chocolate Chip’ is my favourite; it is fresh and delicious as that of your beauty with a sweet flavour like that of your everlasting knowledge, which reminds me of how tasty you are on a hot sunny day!

    And hey it’s great for a hangover!

    May all your moments in time be filled with all that your heart desires!

    Jcnick.

  27. feral catamount says:

    I would like to know the [difference between philology and etymology].

    • leonard says:

      Billy-Bob told me it is like the difference between a wet one and a smelly one, an air release with sound grunted to obey… :grin: [surrendered]

  28. el_tata16 says:

    I like raspberry!! :grin:

    I’m a spanish speaker and im learning loads of new things and practicing with your videos.
    So thank u! not even u re gorgeos u teach things

    :idea: It would be great to know where does [gorgeous] come from

  29. ilikesexytime says:

    I like feet.!!! :mrgreen:

  30. chicho66 says:

    Good morning, for me it has to be chocolate.

  31. Jesse says:

    Hey Marina, how are you? My favorite ice-cream is cookies n’ cream. It’s amazingly delicious. I’ve never tried your favorite ice-cream. I think I will. It sounds really good. Well take care of your self Marina, be careful out there. Eagerly awaiting your next entry.

  32. xoprincess421 says:

    I was wondering, what the phrase [hanging out] comes from… not like your balls hanging out, haha but like “I’ve been hanging out with my friends at the mall,” could you please tell me THANKS :)

    -Dani

  33. hs4mm says:

    I forgot to mention my favorite form of ice-cream: growing up in Colombo, Ceylon, we used to see a movie every weekend; and during the intermission I used to eat an “icy-choc” — essentially, a bar of vanilla ice-cream covered in a hard chocolate shell. I think the generic name in the US for icy-choc is choco-bar.

    • CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

      I’ve never heard of a choco-bar and it doesn’t Google well, and further, I’ve never heard of a generic for chocolate-covered ice cream. This page relates that the Eskimo Pie was first (and note two paragraphs above that on the origin of the sundae! :roll: ).

    • hs4mm says:

      By the way, sundaes in the Indian sub-continent is a new and rare thing — didn’t exist while I was growing up there! And I doubt the hot fudge there is any good.

  34. axelfoxito says:

    The only sundae wich I’ve been eating since my childhood is the McDonald’s one. Favorite flavor: choco-caramel. And it’s only 5 gr of fat!

    I sounded like a sponsorship. Sorry.

    PS. Why the hell the people says “sponsorship” if the proper word is sponsor?

    Behave bad 2 get well, Serena!

  35. ptm368 says:

    Teacher —
    I like chocolate… Only flavor for ice cream… Or maybe mango… Do you think they make chocolate-mango ice cream??

  36. pig-in-a-poke says:

    Back in the day, I was a soda-jerk / ice cream dipper, so I appreciate it when I find someone who can make an excellent Cherry Soda! Very refreshing.

    When I have an extra dollar, a small Turtle Sundae is my favorite. Yum! (Turtle sundae ~ hot fudge and caramel over ice cream topped with hard shell chocolate with pecans.)

  37. originalistrick says:

    Sweet lesson.

    HW: Blue Bell vanilla over hot peach cobbler.

    Thanks, Dear Teach.

  38. mattym says:

    Butterscotch, but it is sometimes hard to find!

    • leonard says:

      :lol: easy to make, butterscotch…rum is good on sundays with grasshoppers…Wisconsin is cooler than new york and also takes claim to the smashed meatball[hamb(u)erger]…and brick cheese…peace to the fat…555hahaha

  39. Che Volay says:

    Lately it has been Mint Chocolate Chip, so good after hot Mexican food.

    Haagen das makes a good Ginger Ice Cream.

    • Bob says:

      Have you ever had Durian ice cream?

      • Che Volay says:

        After see a picture of the fruit I’ve seen a similar looking fruit at the farmers’ market, I forget the name right now. It had a big seed in the middle and the taste is similar to the description of a ‘Durian’.

        The name is similar to the Mexican squash ‘chayote’. When you ate a perfect one it was delicious. Maybe someone will know the name. Anybody?

  40. eugensdiet says:

    Coffee ice cream with chocolate syrup.

  41. bsomebody says:

    Is this the third time the Lady has requested ice cream flavors? :idea: Somebody thinks we may get a new ice cream shop in the cafeteria. I’ll give a different answer this time. Vanilla ice cream over homemade, hot apple pie – oooh yeah. A distant, but distinct second place would be Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia. Perdy Gud!

  42. hs4mm says:

    1) Where are the beans in your order of green tea ice-cream?: http://twitpic.com/6k1jc Are they coarse-grain powdered and thoroughly sprinkled/mixed in with the ice-cream?

    2) Is this what the beans look like in the normal order?: http://travel.webshots.com/photo/2281944760075380169NIRwfs

    3) Are they Azuki beans?

  43. Word request:

    [tessellation]

    See if you can find the dove tessellation in this:

    http://bit.ly/3hEA74

    …and thanks to Dami (@damiana) for the word.

    • Damiana says:

      yvw, FVS. escher was AMAZING.

      • Hi Dami,

        Escher is truely amazing.

        I’m going to answer your latest PM here, if that’s OK.
        (We didn’t get naked or anything)
        My Sunday went something like this:

        http://twitvid.io/abu4

        I found your YouTube channel.
        Re: “it’s a channel that i created to save music videos and videos that make me laugh.”

        So you’ve been Retweeting on YouTube — Amplifying the authenticity of those you admire by sharing their art with subscribers and friends. How ahead-of-your-time. The Twitter Tweeple thought of that too.

        Just keep being you, and we’ll all catch up.

        I spent most of my time during Art Fair in the UMMA:

        http://www.umma.umich.edu/

        …seeking inspiration via great art. I discovered that inspiration is really what I’ve been looking for. I idealized and attached it to the form of a passing stranger who caught my fancy with her unique style of stand-offish morality and charm. A nice romantic notion, but real art is what sustains. Live long enough, you learn to rationalize all disappointments. No, I never saw her again….
        :-)

        So far, you haven’t made me foam.

        Paul

  44. greatestpotential says:

    [sashay]

  45. smokey36bear says:

    I like resee’s peanut butter and chocolate icecream.,but I can only eat it once in a great while otherwise I will balloon up more than I already have.

  46. brandon236 says:

    chocolate cheesecake from braums

  47. thegorn says:

    I like pralines and cream.

    Cute animated intro… “good job Channei!”

  48. frankalicious says:

    I’m requesting the word [sophist] because I would like to know how the word came to be the root for some of our more complimentary terms like sophisticate, and then the less complimentary sophistry. Sophist has two distinct meanings, both representing the good and bad of the previously mentioned words, but I’m curious as to how a word with such opposite meaning came to place. That and I don’t like the idea that we base praise inducing words on malicious meanings :razz:

  49. the shaun says:

    I think I had maybe 1 sundae ever, not sure what it was. I mostly just put ice cream in a cup with some milk and blend it.

  50. seesixcm6 says:

    Dear Marina,
    I wish you a safe trip to New York and back for your O’Reilly interview. :grin:
    Nice cartoon in your video, but I hope you never fall off a ladder like that!
    My favorite flavor of ice cream is vanilla, but I also enjoy coffee, chocolate, and mint flavor ice creams. I never cared for ice cream sodas or sundaes, not even a banana split. Instead of added sugars or syrups, I prefer ice cream by itself. I try not to indulge in ice cream too often, because it;s high in calories, sugasr and fats, which aren’t healthy. :sad:
    Of course, you’re so slender, you can enjoy ice cream as often as you want! :razz:
    Seesixcm6

  51. Venomrock67 says:

    I like Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia :razz:
    I like the animation! You know you’re making it big when someone has put you in animation form. :cool:

    Did you say green tea ice cream? and someone putting beans on it? that doesn’t remind me of anything. I maybe missing the punchline or something, oh well :grin:

  52. greatestpotential says:

    sometimes i like italian toffee ice cream with wafer cookies

  53. leonard says:

    Never ! I say NEVER…Uchiha + partynna = sundae float….Wisconsin’s Door county cherries are sundays best :smile:

  54. stigmatasaurus says:

    I’m partial to Pistacio ;-) (But just about any flavor will do.) They have some odd flavors in the Phillipines, such as Sweet Corn. :| While I’m here, let me emphasize that sherbet is NOT ice cream, since there’s no cream in it. Is there a linguistic connection between [sherbet] and [sorbet]?

  55. freebird says:

    I talked things over with my doctor and he said I have a split personality.
    So, I asked him, “what kind?”. He said… “banana!”
    I wasn’t really sure what he meant because my attention was focused on the “cutie nurse” behind him.
    I asked him what he thought I should do about it. He told me to “take it easy on Sundays” or “something like that.”

    I like A&W rootbeer floats… and “chunky pot barley” ice cream is pretty lousy.

  56. spicy4life says:

    Never on a Sundae… Come on Melina ~ Get all Sugar your Brain Needs for a Monday!
    Here Is something Sweet to Help everyone out!

    ™ http://www.googlesmart.info ©

  57. Capman911 says:

    Sorry I didn’t understand the kind of ice cream that you like, but my favorite is chocolate. I am a chocoholic. :grin:

  58. leonard says:

    SOUL MUCH…..Wisconsin rules…hahaha NEW york :cry: :grin: MELINA MERKOURI-NEVER ON SUNDAY-PART 1 :lol: tribute to Melina and Julles Dassin with some scenes from the worldwide famous film :roll: nuts and fruits come- on sundazes…dazed at the church-social :cool:

  59. animalntaz says:

    I like mint chocolate chip

  60. neuroway says:

    Favourite ice cream flavour? It is.. It is.. Well.. What is it? Never thought about this one!! That’s a tall home work order, actually… I’m not sure I have all the information available and I can answer that one on the fly… I know what it is, yes, I’m pretty sure I know what my favourite flavour is.. It’s just that I cannot remember off the top of my head right here right now…

    As some famous fellows and citizens (I did not forget their names but they just don’t come out of my mind right now) used to say, yes, there may be many a flavour to a Sundae, but try finding a plumber on a Sundae. I don’t care what people say, was it meant to be that way? Yeah, like it or not, plumbing is here to stay, but don’t ask for it on Sundaes.

    I am now almost convinced I believe I think I like ice-cream sodas a lot, after all. :smile:

    “People react to fear, not love – they don’t teach that like a cherry off the top of a Sundae, but it’s true, I tell you.”
    – Leonardo Da Vinci (1452 – 1519)

    • Bob says:

      Are you telling me that CampKohler is the reincarnation of Leonardo da Vinci?
      Is it true, you’re telling me?

      • neuroway says:

        Bob,

        This is a very interesting and constructive input indeed. It is not true, I tell you. You probably misinterpreted me, as it is true I am not telling you that CampKohler is the reincarnation of Leonardo Da Vinci.

        Having said this, the fact that I am not telling you what you think I’m telling you is absolutely not a proof that he is or he is not the reincarnation of Leonardo da Vinci. It is just a confirmation from me that I am not telling you this or that.

        I was just telling everybody that plumbers are hard to find on sundaes or inside them, independently of the flavour of the sundae. I might have taken the reasoning processus a bit too far on the edge actually, which induced some confusion into the former. Mea culpa.

  61. leonard says:

    The original Greek is as good… for marina….Never On Sunday – Connie Francis****1960 Oscar best song :P

  62. hotrocky says:

    Milk upsets my stomach, so I had to do without ice cream for many years. Recently Turtle Mountain came out with Purely Decadent ice cream, based on cocoanut milk. It’s delicious and doesn’t make me sick! I especially love their chocolate. It actually tastes better than ice cream made from milk!! Marina, even if milk doesn’t bother you, let me recommend that you try some Turtle Mountain Purely Decadent Chocolate Ice Cream and see if you don’t agree with me. I get mine at Whole Foods.

  63. leonard says:

    Good Job; my favorite ice-scream is when I’m late for lunch….[punk]… :P

  64. vickex says:

    My favourite taste of ice cream has got to be regular classic vanilla.

    As topping, my favourite by far though is nuts, just like in the Slap Chop infomercial.

    Never tasted a Sundae though… I’m just talking about regular ice cream.

  65. cufan71 says:

    Word Requests :cool:
    [Fox] & [Foxy]

  66. dili says:

    My Favourite Food! :grin: :lol:

  67. thematrix75 says:

    My favorite flavor is peanut butter hot fudge!I love your videos,and hope your new book becomes a best seller!I would like to request a word [ethereal]Thank you so much Marina!

  68. cufan71 says:

    Homework :cool:
    Cool animation :!: :smile: I like all flavors of ice cream as long as there are no nuts in it!

  69. denechek says:

    CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR BOOK. I HOPE THE REST OF THE WORLD RECOGNIZES YOU AND APPRECIATES YOU. I HOPE IT’S A BEST SELLER BABY!

  70. denechek says:

    I DON’T KNOW IF THIS IS A WORD OR A PHRASE, BUT WHERE DOES [86] COME FROM? (AS IN 86 THOSE HATERS ON YOU TUBE…) xoxox

  71. hs4mm says:

    History and Legends of the Ice Cream Sundae

    By the way, I do not like anything about the red cherries that people put on Sundaes — not the taste, texture, slipperiness, stickiness — nothing about it. http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/MaraschinoCherry.htm

  72. muggins says:

    I have a chip on my shoulder against chocochip mint ice cream.
    I called up Haagen-Dazs and suggested an improvement, but they weren’t listening (I get a lot of that). The chips are waxy hard, and when you bite into them, the flavor lacks intensity. You don’t want hard do-dads in your ice cream, nor the waxiness, and the choco flavor should not amount to just a tease. The mint flavor should not be allowed to dominate. I can state this authoritatively because I’ve had better: namely chocolate swirl mint ice cream. The chocolate swirl is as smooth as the ice cream, but the swirl isn’t just chocolate ice cream. It’s a flavor intense, thick, dark swirl packed with plenty of chocolaty punch to compete on your taste buds with the mint flavor of the ice cream. Sends you floating on cloud 9. It looks better than the chocochip-mint, too. But no premium ice cream producer makes it. They all conform to the waxy chip routine, unthinkingly, too goddarned typical of big corporations. Homework: I don’t do sundaes. I’m more of a banana split type of guy. But if I did, my first choice would be strawberry, but chocolate would do (with chopped peanuts, or slivered almonds, and the cherry).

  73. CampKohler - Sacramento CA says:

    My favorite is pineapple. Pineapple sherbet is OK, but I like crushed pineapple over vanilla.

    Vanilla over hot peach cobbler has to be the best, though. Mmmmm.

  74. syphiss says:

    I’d like you to investigate about the word [ramification]. Thanks by advance! :)

  75. ilovemarinaorlova says:

    Word Request:Jehovah

  76. macnewsbuzz says:

    Strawberry Sundae or the Serendipity Golden Opulence Sundae (U$ 1,000.00), the most expensive ice cream sundae sold by Serendipity 3 restaurant in New York City, but well, I am not HotForWords, so I can’t not afford :lol:

    Have a nice Sundae, opss, Sunday.

    • leonard says:

      In New York; once, I had a sunday made with mulberries, not the white ones but the darkies of red darkies…yum-yum :lol: oh and silky-cream…ooo-uuuLA-la

  77. dsfoto says:

    I like Peaches and cream :smile: the animation is Super

  78. seanmc says:

    I would like to request the word [attention]

  79. chinadoll says:

    “I wish a hole in the floor would open and swallow me up…”

    We’ve all heard that phrase before, but where do you think the phrase [to wish a hole in the floor would open up and swallow one] come from?

    Bye! :)

  80. PageDoll says:

    Tweet me now,
    tweet me when,
    tweet me between 9:30 or 10
    Tweet me at noon,
    then again at 1,
    Tweet me the moment the movies begun
    Tweet a review,
    say that it sucks,
    tweet a better way,
    you could have spent the ten bucks
    Don’t tweet me at 3,
    a nap I’ll be takin’
    but at 4:30 I’ll wake,
    and a tweet I’ll be makin’
    Tweet me 5,
    6:30 or 7,
    tweet me about,
    your plans at 11
    A tweet at 9,
    would be wonderfully fine,
    tweet the fish,
    the steak and the wine.
    Tweet me once more,
    at the end of the night,
    to twish me sweet dreams,
    and a cozy night-night. :)

  81. ferrisb1 says:

    Ah, those good old Blue Laws e.g. no alcohol, no sweets, etc.

    Blue Laws are still active in a lot of states on Sunday. You cannot buy alcohol on Sunday, and have to wait for the rest of the week.

    Marina:

    What kind of beans are they?

    Cocoa beans? Coffee beans? Are you sure they are beans?! Maybe they are M&Ms, Reece’s Pieces, or Skittles – LOL.

    My favorite kind of Sundae is a good old fashioned Root Beer Float (Barq’s root beer) with vanilla ice cream.

    :)

  82. hs4mm says:

    I lived in Ithaca, NY for many years (going to Cornell Univ) but never knew that it had anything to do with inventing the ice-cream sundae! (I think Tom and Jerry started in Ithaca, NY, but I do not like Tom and Jerry ice creams because they have so much fat that the ice creams are oily!)

    If you don’t like those beans (whatever they are) on green tea ice-cream, why not just tell the Thai place not to put them on your order?

    I don’t like any particular flavor — what I like is the taste of hot-fudge mixed with vanilla, and the contrasting textures of solid ice-cream partially melted by the hot-fudge with the brittle, solid, hardness of nuts topping the sundae.

  83. PageDoll says:

    MY favorite ice cream would be Dryers Mint chocolate chip and I like hot carmel with crushed almonds on my sundae. :smile:

  84. wetsuit5 says:

    Root Beer Float with French Vanilla Ice Cream.

    Peach Ice Cream Sundae.

  85. bigbhd95 says:

    H/W I like butter pecan the best :!:
    Marina have you ever heard of Jahn’s ice cream parlors :?: :?:
    Back in the day in Brooklyn & Queens N.Y. they started with an :idea:
    a free sundae for anyone who proved it was their birthday :!: :grin:
    plus they had one called the kitchen sink which was free to anyone person
    who could finnish it, it had about 30 or so scoops of all kinds of flavors. plus
    lots of fruit, nuts & syrup with loads of whipped cream, 6 – 10 people could eat
    to their hearst content :lol: Marina would love it ( even if she had to exercise
    an extra couple of hours so as not to gain an ounce ) Thats my story & i’m
    stickin to it :lol: :cool: B.B. p.s. they are out of business for years!

  86. frameshiftproductions says:

    I wanna know the origin of the word [REPEAT]. Has that been done? I understand that the meaning of the Prefix RE-, but what does the root word -PEAT, mean? How do you peat before you repeat? And can you peat before you repeat?

  87. frameshiftproductions says:

    I like Superman ice cream, but seriously religion is an annoying thing to me. I understand that we all need something to believe, but come on…no ice cream on sunday? Why?

  88. bigbhd95 says:

    didnt Roger Moore say that :?:
    good morning dearest teacher :arrow: and classmates :grin:
    :cool: B.B. :mrgreen:

  89. äläx says:

    umm. “what’s you’re favourite …”? ha!:P

  90. Bob says:

    Never say never!
    Homework: Peppermint and chocolate Chip.

  91. James says:

    HAHA I was awake for this lesson! It is really good.

    I LOVE mint.. and strawberry.. and since you mentioned vanilla.. I like it too

    :smile:

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