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Man do I feel bad for lactards.  No cheese, no milk in their cereal, and especially no ice cream.  Fuck that’s rough.  One of my good friend’s in high school had the deadly combination of being a stoner and being lactose intolerant.  Every time we got irie we’d end up at Baskin Robbins and he’d order a big ass sundae.  Then he’d spend the next 5 hours curled up in the backseat of the car, moaning with terrible stomach cramps.  While it was terrible for him, it was hilarious for me.  Then again I was also really stoned.

Anyways, if you’re not lactose intolerant or you just love ice cream enough to endure the above mentioned 5 hours of cramps you should go to Humphry Slocombe today.  They’ve teamed up with Project Open Hand for a brand new flavor called Open Hand Fluffer Nutter, an ice cream created with Open Hand’s homemade peanut butter.  And guess what…they’re giving it away for FREE!  Plus they’re even throwing in some FREE Champagne!  It’s only while supplies last though, so I recommend getting there early.

I also recommend buying a little sumptin’ sumptin’ while your there too.  A portion of the proceeds will go to Project Open Hand’s meal and nutrition services.

FREE Ice Cream and Champagne!
Humphry Slocombe
2790 Harrison St. @ 24th St.
[The Mission]
Monday, 12/6

Hat tip to my man Johnny Funcheap

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