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BABY YOU KNOW I GOT ALL THE FLAVOURS THAT YOU WANT


Now usually I don't do this, but uhh... I gota give it up for my second favourite food group: ICE CREAM! Since it's #nationalicecreamday, it's only fitting that I share a few of the prettiest cones I've ever snapped. In the meanwhile, leme provide you with some mewd music...  


Now tell me can you picture my body on a cone...

For those that know me or follow my insty heavy, you've probably noticed that next to burgers, ice cream is my favourite thing to post. This is due to two main reasons: 1. it legit makes me happy, and 2. ice cream is just so, so pretty! Without further ado, here are a few of my favourite cones:


SEVEN LIVES PALETERIA, TORONTO (CANADA)
This refreshing Dole Whip is made extra pretty thanks to the bright magenta bg.


ICE CREAM STALL, KYOTO (JAPAN)
This black sesame & vanilla silken tofu ice cream was as light as ever, and was the perfect pick-me-up for my extreme jet lag. Extra points for the triangle-shaped cone!


BANG BANG ICE CREAM & BAKERY, TORONTO (CANADA)
If you want unique and delicious flavours, this is THEEE spot to go to. Pictured here: one scoop each of Fruit Loops ice cream and avocado ice cream, served in an HK egg waffle.


JUNKED FOOD CO., TORONTO (CANADA)
Cereal: another of my favourite foods. That, plus ice cream equals perfection. This one right here is called Cereal Killer.


FANTAISIES GLACEES, VAL-D'OR (CANADA)
During a nine-month stint in this little town called Val-d'Or, I stumbled across this sprinkle-laden beauty.


SWEET JESUS, TORONTO (CANADA)
Finally, my all-time favourite cone (which some of my friends have debated with me about)... the pimped out Birthday Cake cone. It's pretttty much the only cone I get when I go to Sweet Jesus, except for when it's not available at a certain location (then Bangin' Brownie it is). Heck, Sweet Jesus liked it so much, then even featured it on their insty menu.

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Although the weather isn't looking so great today, I wouldn't let that get in your way of grabbing a scoop (or swirl) of your favorite ice cream... but in true Toronto fashion, expect long lineups!