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May 17, 2007

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YEAH! Ice cream. Can AG and UC come over for dinner?

I'll put extra spoons out. :)

They all look like they have the same color to my poor eyes. I'll never be a fighterr pilot.

Chuckles- some of that may be due to my lousy camera and the poor lighting. HOWEVER... if you will notice, the middle one is the lightest in color. The one on the left has just a touch of green to it (more so than the others)it reminds me of old Crest toothpaste. And last, but not least, the one on the right is a much brighter and more synthetic blue. That one left definite dye on ones tongue even after one taste. :p

If my experience with a blue frosted Thomas the Tank engine birthday cake is any indication, that's going to some interesting things to your digestive system.

Brando... I was thinking the same thing and was remembering my daughter eating something that was bright purple, but turned out bright olive green...

I'm already treading on dangerous ground as dairy and I are not the best of friends.

Well, that's disappointing, 3 instead of 4. I hope a refund is on the way?

Crest used to be green, I'd forgotten all about that. My mom, when she was little, knew the daughter of one of the developers of Crest, and spending the night at her house she was a little test subject for it. Which was quite a novelty as at the time it seems there was only powder toothpaste (though it wouldn't be a paste would it so I guess they called it tooth powder or something).

I remember, when I was around 6 or so, being fascinated by a red and white striped toothpaste, but I'm not sure it was Colgate Stripe in an earlier incarnation. Advertized by cartoon animals, I think. Beautiful coming out of the tube. We never got it at our house--we only ever used Crest--so my experience with it was once at the house of a friend. Tasted good too.

It could have been nuclear waste coming out of the tube and at 6 that would have been fine with me as long as a cute zebra was telling me it was GOOD FOR ME. The natural wisdom of children thing is a little over rated.

Well, that's disappointing, 3 instead of 4. I hope a refund is on the way?

Crest used to be green, I'd forgotten all about that. My mom, when she was little, knew the daughter of one of the developers of Crest, and spending the night at her house she was a little test subject for it. Which was quite a novelty as at the time it seems there was only powder toothpaste (though it wouldn't be a paste would it so I guess they called it tooth powder or something).

I remember, when I was around 6 or so, being fascinated by a red and white striped toothpaste, but I'm not sure it was Colgate Stripe in an earlier incarnation. Advertized by cartoon animals, I think. Beautiful coming out of the tube. We never got it at our house--we only ever used Crest--so my experience with it was once at the house of a friend. Tasted good too.

It could have been nuclear waste coming out of the tube and at 6 that would have been fine with me as long as a cute zebra was telling me it was GOOD FOR ME. The natural wisdom of children thing is a little over rated.

Idyllopus- to be fair to icecreamsource.com... they doubled up. We have quantity, just not as much variety and that's fine.

Yeah, Crest was the green side of turquoise. We used white Colgate and beige Safeguard! I remember my one grandparents house seemed so exotic because they had Crest and Zest!

I also remember that red and white striped toothpaste. I business friend of my parents used it and my sister and I would sneak peaks at her tube of toothpaste when she would visit. I wanted to say it was Pepsodent, but I don't think that was it. Was it just called Stripe? Anyhow, I remember it well.

You know, I was feeling a little sheepish yesterday. Although the ice cream I ordered was made in Wisconsin, so would be more or less "local" for me, it was delivered by a large truck that was chuffing emissions all across the land. Surely NIM would have words for me. I'll have to make my own this summer and atone.

We used Crest and Dial. I hated Dial soap, hated the way it smelled. I liked Ivory (floats! easily carved!) but only managed to talk my parents into buying it once and of course I carved a little boat out of it. Ivory did melt away too quickly for a house full of kids.

Zest was definitely exotic.

And Lava soap, with pumice! That was exotic too. Far more exotic than anyone we knew needed.

The world will gladly forgive you your extravagance when you produce a picture of bright yellow marshmallow peeps floating on a Blue moon pond.

"The world will gladly forgive you your extravagance when you produce a picture of bright yellow marshmallow peeps floating on a Blue moon pond."

Now that sounds fun! And much more appealing than the gelatin salmon/rabbit!

AG is surprised UC hasn't been by today slobbering all over the place. He must be:

A. Making cookies for his blog woman, J-Lo.
B. Hacking up mice for sport -- no babies
C. Hacking up female mice and stealing their babies -- nice guy, huh?
D. Getting extra excited to watch his team lose again. And when AG says excited...

What does UC do with the mice afterward? Because I know a good recipe. . . .

Is there any way you can save a little for two weeks and I can try some?? :)

You bet, Claire! I'll hide it from my youngest lamblet who is an ice cream hound!

From the same site that brought you kitty-head chicken nuggets.

Thank you plover! Thank gawd none of them are blue!

Snag, he can spare a few. He just tosses those ladies in the trash after he kills 'em.

Jennifer, I am being absolutely honest when I say that I can tell no difference between the three colors. Some people say men are dogs, I just say that I can see from a dog's point of view.

Arf!

Chuckles, you are color blinded. Enuff with the Pinko Punko Patriarchy.

Chuckles, did you click on the blow-up? I actually downloaded the image into Photoshop to assay the colour differences, and I can verify that they are statistically significant. I have to concur with Jennifer when she says there is an obvious difference in colour. If you'd like, I can email you my primary data.

we we so buttertop white break (the non Wonder brand) and safeguard and colgate. I thought the kids with Crest and Zest etc. were gonna burn in HELL. Aquafresh kids were OK because it was so cool.

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