Friday, May 12, 2006

More bad ideas for ice cream flavors

Ice cream makers Ben & Jerry's have apologized for causing offence by calling a new flavor "Black & Tan"--the nickname of a notoriously violent British militia that operated during Ireland's war of independence. The ice cream, available only in the United States, is based on an ale and stout drink of the same name. "Any reference on our part to the British Army unit was absolutely unintentional and no ill-will was ever intended," said a Ben & Jerry's spokesman. --Reuters

--Pol Pot Pistachio
--Shining Peanut Butter Path
--Brownshirt Brownie
--Repub-Pecan

3 comments:

Alan McDonald said...

Marshmallow Mohammad

Peter said...

A Million Little Reeses Pieces.

Oh wait, James Frey jokes are dead???

CG said...

repub-pecan is no good. full of nuts.