You're going out for dessert, where you eating? Dairy Queen or Culver's?

Where you getting dessert?


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Mook

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I voted DQ, Sprayin Sprayin voted Culver's.

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Poll added.
 

Sprayin

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Culvers and it's not even close. Had DQ tonight and threw half of it out. Garbage.
 

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DQ.

Peanut buster parfait
Butterscotch shake
Or
Some toffee turtle blizzard thing.
 

DEEZUZ

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Ok, it was an extreme snicker, barely a laugh
 

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I haven't actually had dessert in like 20yrs, but when I was 15yrs old and went to DQ with the family on Friday night in the middle of the summer, it was the best of times. Even if something is better, it'll never beat the memories of DQ and their blizzards.
 

DEEZUZ

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I haven't actually had dessert in like 20yrs, but when I was 15yrs old and went to DQ with the family on Friday night in the middle of the summer, it was the best of times. Even if something is better, it'll never beat the memories of DQ and their blizzards.
No wonder why your such a prick all the time:bowrofl:
 

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When I was a kid and didn't have to avoid ice cream because of the roller coaster things it does to my blood sugar, Cupid Candies was my ice cream joint of choice. Their chocolate malts were amazing. Served in a glass with another glassful in the metal container they mixed it in set on the table next to the glass. Real whipped cream. Damn, it was good. Far better than either of the two choices.
 

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There's a DQ across the street from the neighborhood and I'd rather drive an extra 15 minutes for a banana royale from Baskin Robbins.
 

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I reject your options and submit my own:

Andy’s Frozen Custard. I identify as lactose intolerant but for some reason can eat it problem-free, unlike other custards or ice creams.
 

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DQ - and the current go-to is a royal Oreo blizzard.

Grew up regularly walking/biking to one of the original DQ’s on the east side of Geneva. Lots of memories with childhood friends and family.

it’s still a favorite of ours and the new house we’re moving into tomorrow is .2 miles away from a DQ.
 

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