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“I enjoy going to Baskin-Robbins to try pink bubblegum...”

Written on: 15/02/2021 by cedricdergree (1 review written)

I enjoy going to Baskin-Robbins to try pink bubblegum ice cream in the summer. So we went to DeFuniak Springs to get some ice cream, no outer menu, no pink bubble, no idea when or if they were going to get some. Without buying, they left because they simply didn't care. One week later, Florida went to Niceville. Ask for a pink bubble—summer taste, you didn't have it. Ask for 5 more different flavours, none of them. After guessing and guessing for flavors as we were again in the drive thru with no flavors board, paid over 10.00 for 2-1 kid scoop with an old tasting sugar cones, and a double birthday scoop that we didn't really like.

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“B Is For Beer ”

Written on: 10/04/2009 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

B Is For Beer
Tom Robbins
Ecco, Apr 21 2009, $17.95
ISBN: 9780061687273

Six years old Gracie Perkel looks forward to spending time with her Uncle Moe as her parents are never there for her while he tries to give her time; especially after he has had a six pack. Moe is the king of beer drinkers. However, this time Moe fails Gracie, leaving her depressed with a need to drink away her loneliness just like adults do.

When she goes for a drink, the Beer Fairy visits her and offers to teach about life especially the importance of beer. So begins Gracie swim in the suds realm.

Written like a children's fairy tale, B IS FOR BEER is an odd, often humorous look at beer through the eyes of an elementary school kid. The irreverent story is set from the beginning when Gracie asks her mom what is that stuff that looks like pee-pee that her dad drinks especially while watching sports. This book is for you readers, who enjoy an ultra lighthearted fantasy filled with amusing factoids, will toast Tom Robbins with a six pack.

Harriet Klausner

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