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Author:  DarthBaboon [ Tue Jun 08, 2004 11:45 pm ]
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Cold Stone is the best ice cream... ever. Period.

I also happen to work there, but eh.

Lets hear it for creameries!

Author:  Nick101 [ Wed Jun 09, 2004 1:31 am ]
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I haven't eaten there before. According to location, the nearest Cold Stone is about 50 blocks south of my house.

Author:  gwalla [ Wed Jun 09, 2004 11:00 pm ]
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Eh, I wasn't impressed when I went there. Ben & Jerry's 0wnz.

Author:  DarthBaboon [ Wed Jun 09, 2004 11:59 pm ]
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[Mr. T] I pity da foo who don like Cold Stone. [/Mr. T]

Author:  Samalander [ Thu Jun 10, 2004 6:26 am ]
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I don't like Cold Stone, mostly because the closest stores are nearly 3 hours away.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Mon Oct 18, 2004 2:57 pm ]
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Samalander wrote:
I don't like Cold Stone, mostly because the closest stores are nearly 3 hours away.

Then you need to move. Period. After tasting ColdStone ice cream I can't even go into a Haagen Dazs anymore. It's possibly the best thing in the entirety of existance.

Author:  The General [ Mon Oct 18, 2004 10:11 pm ]
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Holy crap, there's one just 2 miles away from me. I had no idea.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Mon Oct 18, 2004 10:23 pm ]
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The General wrote:
Holy crap, there's one just 2 miles away from me. I had no idea.

Then today is the day your life truly begins.

It's good ice cream...

Author:  gwalla [ Mon Oct 18, 2004 11:14 pm ]
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Cold Stone is the Krispy Kreme of ice cream. Widely praised, yet mediocre.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Mon Oct 18, 2004 11:27 pm ]
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gwalla wrote:
Cold Stone is the Krispy Kreme of ice cream. Widely praised, yet mediocre.


I can think of no words to describe the depth of your wrongness.

Author:  DarthBaboon [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 12:05 am ]
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Bunny Suction wrote:
gwalla wrote:
Cold Stone is the Krispy Kreme of ice cream. Widely praised, yet mediocre.


I can think of no words to describe the depth of your wrongness.


I have words.

Author:  gyoza [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 12:57 am ]
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Strangely enough, I've never tried Cold Stone before; there are none where I come from. Though I just might go look for one after reading this thread. And visiting the website and looking at the pretty ice creams...

My current favourite brand is Haagen-Dazs. I like Ben&Jerry's and Swensens too. Will get back to you guys once I've experienced Cold Stone.

Author:  SirGecko [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 4:41 pm ]
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Cold Stone is not really the same thing as a lot of icecream stores. It really does vary from store to store how great of an experience it is. Though on the whole it is rather good. (I like the stuff better than the premade stuff other stores sell, if only for the fact that it is fresher) The only bad side to it is that it is kinda expensive.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 6:11 pm ]
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SirGecko wrote:
Cold Stone is not really the same thing as a lot of icecream stores. It really does vary from store to store how great of an experience it is. Though on the whole it is rather good. (I like the stuff better than the premade stuff other stores sell, if only for the fact that it is fresher) The only bad side to it is that it is kinda expensive.


You'll get no argument from me there. But I'm an acknowledged cheap bastard, and I still say it's worth every penny.

Author:  The General [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 6:47 pm ]
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Bunny Suction wrote:
gwalla wrote:
Cold Stone is the Krispy Kreme of ice cream. Widely praised, yet mediocre.


I can think of no words to describe the depth of your wrongness.


Well, it's certainly true that Krispy Kreme sucks. I dunno about the other.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 6:55 pm ]
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The General wrote:
Bunny Suction wrote:
gwalla wrote:
Cold Stone is the Krispy Kreme of ice cream. Widely praised, yet mediocre.


I can think of no words to describe the depth of your wrongness.


Well, it's certainly true that Krispy Kreme sucks. I dunno about the other.


I like Krispy Kreme. They're great. But there's no comparing the two. Cold Stone is in a completely different league of awesomeness.

/me wonders if people have gotten the idea yet that he likes this ice cream

Author:  Kodiak Claw [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 7:03 pm ]
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I've never even Heard of Cold Stone before.

Author:  The General [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 8:27 pm ]
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Bunny Suction wrote:
I like Krispy Kreme. They're great. But there's no comparing the two. Cold Stone is in a completely different league of awesomeness.


You, sir, have obviously never had a real donut.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 8:46 pm ]
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The General wrote:
Bunny Suction wrote:
I like Krispy Kreme. They're great. But there's no comparing the two. Cold Stone is in a completely different league of awesomeness.


You, sir, have obviously never had a real donut.


I'll bite... what donuts qualify as "kick-ass" with you? Or are we talking non-big-chain old-fashioned bakery goodness variety?

Author:  The General [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 8:53 pm ]
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Well, the best I've had are Round Rock Donuts, which you can only get where I live, but I've had them from various other bakeries (grocery stores, airports, whatever) and they tend to beat Krispy Kreme hands down.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 8:58 pm ]
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Austin is a place I've always wanted to visit. I'm going to try and make it out there this year if I can help it. If I do, I'll add a Round Rock stop to my itinerary.

Author:  DarthBaboon [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 9:52 pm ]
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Please, no one compare Cold Stone to Krispy Kreme any more. It hurts our feelings.

Author:  Kodiak Claw [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 11:25 pm ]
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My favorite donut place is called Tasty's. I don't think it's a chain though. Only problem is there not open sundays and sunday morning is when I eat donuts.

Author:  The General [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 11:39 pm ]
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Bunny Suction wrote:
Austin is a place I've always wanted to visit. I'm going to try and make it out there this year if I can help it. If I do, I'll add a Round Rock stop to my itinerary.


Well, it's nice to visit, but don't try to live there. Please; it's too crowded already.

Author:  DarthBaboon [ Tue Oct 19, 2004 11:53 pm ]
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The General wrote:
Bunny Suction wrote:
Austin is a place I've always wanted to visit. I'm going to try and make it out there this year if I can help it. If I do, I'll add a Round Rock stop to my itinerary.


Well, it's nice to visit, but don't try to live there. Please; it's too crowded already.


I may actually end up going to school there. UTA is one of the schools I am apllying to. It isn't my first choice though, that is Stanford.

Author:  Bunny Suction [ Wed Oct 20, 2004 12:07 am ]
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The General wrote:
Bunny Suction wrote:
Austin is a place I've always wanted to visit. I'm going to try and make it out there this year if I can help it. If I do, I'll add a Round Rock stop to my itinerary.


Well, it's nice to visit, but don't try to live there. Please; it's too crowded already.


I'm in NYC right now... after living here I think it would be a physical impossibility for me to consider anywhere else to be crowded. I have no idea if I'll ever end up living in Austin but I definitely want to relocate to the southwest. The winters up here are god awful, and the cost of living is even worse.

Word of advice to anyone considering living in NYC: Don't... seriously...

Author:  Attilla [ Fri Oct 22, 2004 1:52 pm ]
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I never have and probably never will
being on the other side of the atlantic and all
still, Vienetta owns

Author:  DarthBaboon [ Fri Oct 22, 2004 3:57 pm ]
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Where is Cornwall anyway? I don't believe I have ever heard of it.

Author:  Attilla [ Fri Oct 22, 2004 4:02 pm ]
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well its the most south-western county in england

Author:  The General [ Sat Oct 23, 2004 12:36 am ]
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DarthBaboon wrote:
The General wrote:
Bunny Suction wrote:
Austin is a place I've always wanted to visit. I'm going to try and make it out there this year if I can help it. If I do, I'll add a Round Rock stop to my itinerary.


Well, it's nice to visit, but don't try to live there. Please; it's too crowded already.


I may actually end up going to school there. UTA is one of the schools I am apllying to. It isn't my first choice though, that is Stanford.


Feel free. Now that we're no longer the biggest school in the country, we have some space. Just don't expect to be able to park in the city.

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