Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Happiness is eating your ice-cream before it melts!



How long does it take for an ice-cream to melt on a 34C/92% humidity day? From recent experience.. about 20 seconds! It's a race against time not lose a drop of my favourite French vanilla gelato from Whisk Creamery in Northbridge. The mural is by Darren Hutchens who specializes in large scale public artworks and community based art projects. If you click the artist link I'm sure you will recognize some of his colourful characters that have appeared here on the blog. The $100 question.. is it ever too cold to eat ice-cream? I don't think so, how about you? Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe..



29 comments:

  1. A great mural for an ice-cream shop.
    Hi Grace, I usually have Friday's off, going to Sydney tomorrow and returning Sunday.

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  2. Ha ha, I love ice cream, but I agree in high temperatures it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with the melting. Great post. Keep well Diane

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  3. It is never too cold to have ice cream!

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  4. We don’t eat much ice cream in the winter, PDP. I’d be eating it if I lived in Australia today however.

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  5. Never! Also I still drink hot coffee or tea on incredibly hot days too!

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  6. Ice cream isn't something I've been fancying much here lately, I must admit.

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  7. He is really enjoying his ice cream !
    Here it is too cold to eat an ice cream, no need now...

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  8. What a great mural! Keep cool.

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  9. I don't eat much ice cream, but I eat it in the winter as much as I do in the summer.

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  10. 92% Humidity??? Yikes, it might as well be raining. I'm a believer that ice cream is good at any temperature. I love the mural and when I clicked the link, I saw an "outer-space bedroom" that I liked too.

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  11. It's never too anything to not eat ice cream. Did that make sense? Well, you know what I mean. I'll bet the kiddos like that mural.

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  12. It certainly tastes better in hot weather. Like the man on the mural I have a beard that soaks up any spillages.

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  13. I guess I am a wimp but I don't fancy ice cream in the depths of winter, Grace.

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  14. Nice mural, great for the ice cream shop. We just had a small ice cream cake, it was good.

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  15. You can have your hot Grace I'll keep my winter. neat mural though.

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  16. What a great mural! I like the colors and I can eat my ice cream in record time. Don't want to waste it! lol

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  17. Neat ice cream mural. Ice cream is good on the coldest day of the year also. When outside it tastes warm.

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  18. Heat provides a good excuse to gobble ice cream. And I've yet to find any time when it's too cold for ice cream. That mural's making me hungry for it now.

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  19. My "little" Brother once surprised me with apple strudel with vanilla icecream for my birthday (in winter) and despite I actually don´t like sweets it was yum (maybe more the gesture) - so: Never, it´s never too cold for icecream, Grace :-)
    Wee, the mural looks like a big Irishman to me - maybe that´s Groundskeeper Willie from the Simpsons?

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  20. I like a nice icecream on a hot day too! Very refreshing.

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  21. In a word, no, it is never to cold to eat ice cream! Love the mural Grace.

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  22. Gelato is the best, and the mural calls attention to that fact!

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