Hi peeps! I’ve been busy being employed. You’re looking at an Assistant Editor for Vamp and Rivet. Be sure to follow them on social media (Vamp and Rivetandjeans) as I am taking over their twitter–not to mention writing for both websites and publications. But not to worry, I’m still here doing thangssss and still being diabetic. El oh el.
Anyways, in case you don’t follow me on social media (there’s a link for you to do that at the bottom of the page). Some friends and I snagged tickets to the museum of Ice Cream (shoutout to KFitz, ily thanks wish you could’ve made it) which was ah-mazing.
Sure, a part of me acknowledges that the entire museum capitalizes on people’s desire for likes–the number of insta possibilities basically endless. But, the number of “sprinkles” from the sprinkle pit that made it back to my apartment floor aside, the museum offered up some quality ice cream education, as well as an (spoiler alert!) interesting dissolvable pill that does something to your tastebuds to temporarily make sour tastes sweet. Not kidding, this was simultaneously amazing and slightly concerning.
The experience tantalized the tastebuds and dazzled the eyes as the museum was the epitome of sensory overload. The bright colors, Taro and Lychee ice cream, chocolate squares, lemon and some flavor that still haunts me as I could not place it, all combined to make me worry about my desire to ever eat ice cream again…. and my blood sugar. But damn was my self-control on point. Yes, I tasted a fair share and had more than one bite, but after a week of ups and downs (literally), I didn’t feel like taking the chance. I still enjoyed the experience and the ice cream–just with a tad less sugar.
Anywho, I give the entire experience an 8/10. I would 100% recommend going, but don’t be surprised when you look up from your ice cream cone to see 10 girls posing in a pit of fake sprinkles in various poses for the perf pic. Myself half-heartedly included.
Anyways, that’s it for me on this Sunday Funday. Check out some more awk pics below.
Stay tuned for another post coming up next week.
Stay classy, sassy and beautiful peeps!