Provides 100% of your RDA of silica…
Photo courtesy of Wojtek Hryniewicz.
Spotted at Baskin Robbins in Japan.
A bit too crunchy to my taste.
In any color you like.
Some have true grit.
Right from the luxurious beaches of Antarctica.
We’re still working on ice sandcastles.
Meanwhile, have fun with our ice sandtowers.
Brought to you direct from the coast of Iceland.
Is it OK if I scream?
I thought you were supposed to sand ice.
– Ice Sand
– Ice Cream
– Ice Cream Sand
– Ice Cream Sand Witch*
*Also available as Android platform for mobile devices
Put some in your cat’s litter tray and watch the fun!
Wow! Good thing I brought my titanium teeth!
“What a rough snack!”
(Japanese: “Isu Sando” – “Iced Sando”)
Am I supposed to pave my driveway during winter with these?
Full of vitamins and minerals.
– Got some quick sand to go?
Served to you by Carnival Cruise vacations.
Next slot over contains:
At least it’s not slippery when wet
No thank you, I’ll have a Creamwich instead.
Some general characteristics:
– Sounds good
– Feels even better
– Looks like do nuts
– Tastes like crunched teeth
– Penguins and Eskimos love it
– Supports Sandy Bridge architecture
– Goes nicely with nails, mineral glass and splinters
– Add some witch and you’ll get something completely different
Another Japanese silly car (silica)
Comes with complimentary zamboni.
Guaranteed no horsemeat!
– How do you make an Ice Sand?
– Say ‘FREEZE!’ to a toast!
sand is effectively Japlish slang … used extensively in Japan
My guess is that instead of even looking up a proper translation they just used the abbreviation that appears on the cash register receipts.
it’s short for sandwich, they write it everywhere in japan. it’s not an example of engrish.
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