Wookiee Hut Cuisine presents:
Mister Softee Ice Cream Truck
Throughout New York City
Review by Susu, MaceVindaloo

Every childhood — real or virtual or imagined — features an ice cream truck. It's the kind that kids runs after, which plays a recorded, jangly music ditty. It features ice cream and popsicles of all sorts. But if you're a kid who grew up on the streets of New York, the truck you ran up to for ice cream also had soft-serve in vanilla and chocolate flavors. You could have it single or double serve, with rainbow or chocolate sprinkles. There also red sprinkles. You can also get sundaes with different syrups. There's even frozen fat-free yogurt.

And it doesn't taste bad, it's not pricy (the double cone on a mutated wafer cone with an enlarged opening, capable of holding two swirls of soft-serve is $4), and the truck comes to you ... sometimes. They tend to park at traditional corners or roadsides, so you can find them. Some park by Little League baseball fields. Some jangle their jingle in neighborhoods to attract children and adults for an ice cream on a hot summer's day.

We're sure it's not good for you. It's a little like cold sweet plastic. But it's kind of perfect, you know?

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