In This Corner!

Standing at the end of a line is at the end of most people's lists of enjoyable experiences.

I announced in my last blog that no end can compare to the end of an Uncle Harry’s Ice Cream Roll. To that end (yes, pun was definitely intended), I’m stacking the ends of my ice cream rolls up against the ends of other things. Today’s blog: The End of a Line VS The End of Uncle Harry’s Cookies ‘N’ Cream Ice Cream Roll.

Up first is waiting at the end of a line. A very long line. To make matters worse, there’s a behemoth of a person ahead of you blocking your view. You have no idea if the line is moving. That Goliath six inches in front of you could be so busy texting he doesn’t have a clue the line has moved ten feet forward. You crane your neck around the human skyscraper to see that the line hasn’t budget one tiny bit.

The end of Uncle Harry's Cookies 'N' Cream Roll is a much more enjoyable experience.

Compare that experience to getting the end slice of Uncle Harry’s Cookies ‘N’ Cream Ice Cream Roll. Not only are you treated to premium ice cream blended with chocolate cookie pieces, but you get the mother load of the chocolate cookie crunch.

The entire Cookies ‘N’ Cream ice cream roll is covered in chocolate cookie crunch, so every slice comes with it. However, the ends are where you strike cookie crunch gold! Not only are the top and sides of your slice coated with chocolate cookie crunch, but so is the back. You pretty much get some cookie crunch with each and every bite.

Now, I am a bit biased, so I feel the end of an Uncle Harry’s Cookies ‘N’ Cream Ice Cream Roll beats out standing at the end of a line every time. You may not agree. I encourage you to try both and make your own decision. Or you could just try the ice cream roll if you have an aversion to long, slow-moving lines.

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