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4 Cornettos Classic - Strawberry - Mint 99p @ Morrisons

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Enjoy the sunshine with Strawberry, Classic or Mint Cornettos.

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Edited By: Chanchi32 on Jun 23, 2014 15:54: Tbc
1 Like #3
Offer was on the chocolate ones too Chanchi when I looked earlier :)
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #4
Look dood, Either do it properly or not at all (_;)

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[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #5
Chanchi32
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1hr 4mins later and the suspense is killing us.
#6
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.
2 Likes #7
Mmm Ice Cream...

http://37.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7nrcjl5aJ1rzhv5ho1_500.gif

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#8
Got these the other day .....definitely a lot smaller than they used to be
3 Likes #9
Chanchi32
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Brain freeze?
1 Like #10
Damm you chanchi32 go get me some ;)
7 Likes #11
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

Edited By: karlie88 on Jun 23, 2014 18:12
3 Likes #12
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

http://www.picgifs.com/reaction-gifs/reaction-gifs/nailed-it-amazed-excited/picgifs-nailed-it-amazed-excited-3181051.gif

X)
4 Likes #13
maccy1
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

http://www.picgifs.com/reaction-gifs/reaction-gifs/nailed-it-amazed-excited/picgifs-nailed-it-amazed-excited-3181051.gif

X)

http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs49/i/2009/207/1/d/Posh_Ice_Cream_by_mr_nerb.jpg
2 Likes #14
karlie88
maccy1
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).



Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

http://www.picgifs.com/reaction-gifs/reaction-gifs/nailed-it-amazed-excited/picgifs-nailed-it-amazed-excited-3181051.gif

X)

http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs49/i/2009/207/1/d/Posh_Ice_Cream_by_mr_nerb.jpg

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Edited By: maccy1 on Jun 23, 2014 18:35
3 Likes #15
maccy1
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.


It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.


http://www.picgifs.com/reaction-gifs/reaction-gifs/nailed-it-amazed-excited/picgifs-nailed-it-amazed-excited-3181051.gif

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It was very good it had everything, suspense, intrigue and horror.
1 Like #16
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maccy1
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

http://www.picgifs.com/reaction-gifs/reaction-gifs/nailed-it-amazed-excited/picgifs-nailed-it-amazed-excited-3181051.gif

It was very good it had everything, suspense, intrigue and horror.

X)
#18
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.
I felt exactly same. I thought some thing wrong with my fridge.
#19
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.
mmm better not to buy icecream :-)
[helper] 1 Like #20
maccy1
Mmm Ice Cream...

http://37.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7nrcjl5aJ1rzhv5ho1_500.gif


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http://media3.giphy.com/media/AA68X2b1xDqcU/giphy.gif

karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

Genius :) Thankyou Karlie for solving the world problem of Ice Cream damp, a noble Peace Prize is on its way


Edited By: Chanchi32 on Jun 23, 2014 23:50
[helper] 1 Like #21
BuzzDuraband
Chanchi32
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1hr 4mins later and the suspense is killing us.

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Chanchi32
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Brain freeze?

I still need another 16 hours on this one
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Chanchi32
BuzzDuraband
Chanchi32
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1hr 4mins later and the suspense is killing us.

[email protected]
Chanchi32
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Brain freeze?

I still need another 16 hours on this one

We got bored and buggered of t'Asda (_;)
#23
damn other half bought strawberry ones today n I really want one but cba to get out of bed :-(
#24
there allways £1 for 4 in farmfoods
#25
Phew. Thank got this is about ice-cream!

Thought Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright had made another film and I'd missed it...
#26
good price they were also this price in sainsburys last week so probs still will be if people don't have a local Morrison's
#27
Chanchi32
maccy1
Mmm Ice Cream...

http://37.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7nrcjl5aJ1rzhv5ho1_500.gif


X)

http://media3.giphy.com/media/AA68X2b1xDqcU/giphy.gif

karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

Genius :) Thankyou Karlie for solving the world problem of Ice Cream damp, a noble Peace Prize is on its way


It's Nobel Peace Prize.
#28
If you don't care about a few nuts sprinkled on top then the 75-80p smartprice/basics/everydayvalue ones are actually pretty good!
1 Like #29
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

You joke but I actually do most of those steps (mine's a Hennessey Venom GT).
#30
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.


That's the problem. They should go in the freezer lol
#31
copperspock
karlie88
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.

It's all about rapid transportation from the supermarket to your freezer. The time starts to tick as soon as you've removed the item from the freezer. Ice cream damp is a serious problem.

I always pick up my ice cream last and stick it in me trolley.

Pick the smallest queue with the fastest checkout operator.

Pack all frozen goods separate from other foods (don't even think about putting a frozen item in the chilled items bag).

oO

Then quick dash to the car (ensuring you've parked in the family friendly/blue badge holder/ice cream designated slot...i.e. closest ones to the store).

Place frozen bags in the cooler bag (pre-packed when leaving the house).

Drive home as fast as you can (within speed limits; of course). I usually take my ice cream car out for these type of shopping trips (Bugatti Veyron Super Sport).

Unpack ice cream first and put immediately in the freezer.

The above should prevent ice cream damp.

If this doesn't work (and your freezer has been tested), perhaps it would be worthwhile to bring an ice cream surveyor out to your property? After all, it may need investigating. Ice cream damp is horrible stuff to be troubled with.

You joke but I actually do most of those steps (mine's a Hennessey Venom GT).

Nice car that.

Who said I was joking though?

(_;)
#32
I've switched to the lidl cones. You get a box of ten for £2.40ish. So a bit cheaper than this deal per cone. But mainly because they taste a little better and each cone is bigger. 120ml compared to a 90ml cornetto!
#33
Sharpharp
Anyone noticed the change in taste of the Cornettos lately? Last few packs bought have been a bit damp, yes the fridge is ok.
I was thinking the same.
ps i have just come back from turkey and the Cornettos there tasted so much better

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