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In reality the ice cream cone was more a comment on the futility of asking people who dont know what you like nor how much dark tan bricks you have nor what type of dark tan bricks you have, what you should moc with them. We might guess that they like rice farms and things that are useful but then we learn they think rice farms are a waste of space which frankly puts us back at knowing nothing.
Whilst thinking about roast dinners I thought that a life size roast chicken would make a great moc but then worried that in dark tan it might look a little over done, perhaps even burnt. And who wants to look at an over cooked Lego roast chicken?
Anyway, overrun (air fluff) is big business at least for US ice cream. All the major brands have it, and the masses think they are getting a good deal as a result of volume. You have to look for the specialty brands to get the true, dense deliciousness of non-fluffed ice cream, but it's worth it.
Speaking of, Talenti has a great chocolate gelato that looks a lot like dark tan bricks. (see what I did there?)
The combination of ice cream and the cispy chocolate layers was something you only got with Vienetta. It was considered 'posh' compared to the generic ice cream tubs and ice lollies we usually had.