Tweety Ice Cream from Blue Bunny

Tweety Ice Cream from Blue Bunny

We’re on the cusp of summer; I can tell not by the temperature, but by the sound of the Ice Cream Man’s truck rolling through the neighborhood. As a kid, hearing the sound of the Ice Cream Man’s truck would cause you to instantly drop what you were doing and run home as fast as you could to grab a handful of change and try to catch that moving target of sub-zero goodness before he had moved on. Despite the fact that I’m in my late 30s, the sound of the ice cream man still makes me excited. Last night, he brought me this frozen treat:

“Tweety” is “a frozen confection with gumball eyes,” according to the treat’s label. Tweety is “orange and cherry” flavor. Let’s open it up and get to it!

Now, I wouldn’t go as far as to claim false advertising, but … I’ll be the first to admit that this doesn’t look much like the Tweety Bird of my youth. Right off the bat you can’t help but notice that it’s yellow and orange; if the orange is the orange flavor, does the yellow part taste like cherry? The head is roughly the right shape, but there’s something about the cold stare coming from those two blue gumballs and makes me wonder …

Just as I suspected. Tweety’s a zombie. A cold, sugar-filled, delicious zombie.

Rob O'Hara

I'm into old video games, old arcade games, old computer games, writing, photography, computer/network security, and of course, the 1980s!

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Looking at that popsicle reminds me of the pac-man ones from 1982 or so.

  2. There’s something eerie about eating anything that’s starring back at me. It makes me think of the dish of the day from The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

  3. Just think, as you’re eating it, you’ll hear your food say: “I tawt I taw a tavity.. I did! I did taw a tavitiy! Oooo, you betta go tee a dentist wight away!”

  4. It does have dead looking eyes. Lifeless eyes. Blue eyes. Like a doll’s eyes.

  5. “Bite me tweet, bite me timple, bite me on my widdle dimple. Bite me tweet, bite me timple, bite my widdle head wight off!”
    “Eat my night, eat me mowning, eat me underneath the awning. Eat me night, eat me mawning, eat my widdle head wight off!”

  6. This may have been asked already but what are the details on the arcade cabinet?

  7. The horror…the horror…

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