what do you prefer?

@alilswt (388)
United States
May 18, 2007 9:37am CST
do you prefer a cone or a bowl or some other way of eating your ice cream?
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16 responses
• Philippines
18 May 07
I prefer a bowl because I can eat more that way! However it's also fun to have it on a cone, especially when you are out window-shopping.
@alilswt (388)
• United States
18 May 07
i agree
@joimarquez (1840)
• United States
1 Jun 07
i like eating ice cream in a cone.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
27 May 07
I eat mine is a bowl myself. Every now and then a cup is good also.
@TinaCL (429)
• United States
24 May 07
It really depends. If I'm home or at a friend's house, I like to have it in a bowl. You can eat more, and mix in more toppings. It's also less messy. You can have a bowl of ice cream in front of the TV while sitting on the couch. You can't do that with a cone. On the other hand, if I'm outside, I prefer a cone. Cones are light and crunchy. And I like the contrasting texture between the creamy ice cream and the crunchy cone.
@rhondiew (19)
• United States
24 May 07
I don't buy ice cream to eat at home very often at all. If I go somewhere to an ice cream store I usually get it in a dish. I'm not too crazy about cones, and I'm paranoid that it will drip on my shirt!
@h_gaurd9 (988)
• United States
23 May 07
I prefer cone ice cream because you can eat the whole thing. I like eating cone, but not by it self, with a scoop of ice cream of course. The ice cream scoop melts to the bottom of the cone and as you begin to eat the cone, you're also eating the ice cream. Another way I prefer is eating it from a cup or a small. I would choose a cup over a big bowl. Bowls are great for a lot of ice cream, but all I get is brain freeze from all that ice cream.
• Philippines
23 May 07
hmmm...i prefer eating my ice cream from a cup or mug since i like to eat melted ice cream (yes, i'm weird...)...i never eat ice cream that is not yet melted...unless of course if i absolutely have to et one from a cone...
• India
23 May 07
Cone any day.. i love the waffer
@aniez0906 (264)
• Indonesia
23 May 07
i like all of the way to eat ice crean...! :)
@aweins (4203)
• India
22 May 07
I love to eat in a bowl as eating in a bowl is much easier and i can eat more quantity of it. i like cone to, but that is only when i want, i love to take a bowl large with scoops of two or even three flavours sometimes and put hot chocolate sauce on top of it. i dont like Baskin robbins ice cream much. i feel they are too very sweet. i cant take that much. i like chocolate flavour and that flavour too, tastes sweet , so i hardly drop in there to choose any to eat. eating cone is also very tasty at times , but i enjoy it only when there is not too much hotness outsie otheise it melts so very fast tha all the fingers and hands are messed up.
• Philippines
22 May 07
I would prefer having my ice cream in a cone, especially in sugar cone. Þ
@tina12679 (1126)
• United States
19 May 07
I acually perfer a cone. My favorite kind of icecream is chocolate and the favoorite part of the cone is the botton where all the squares are. I make sure that isecream gets pushed down into there and it makes it all soggy and good. I do however also really like banana splits but the ones we call "upside down" the ones they put in a cup.
@timou87 (1642)
• Singapore
19 May 07
i personally prefer to eat my ice cream out of a bowl, mainly because eating from a cone it can get pretty messy, and i especially dislike eating the wafer cone after eating the ice cream. in singapore ice cream is also sold in slabs between two thin wafter slices, and that is a unique way of eating it too.
• Philippines
19 May 07
i like in in a sugar cone but still prefers it in a bowl so i can have many ..^^
• United States
18 May 07
I like ice cream in a bowl - but it tastes really good in a cone too. The only problem is when it's really hot outside and you can't eat it fast enough as it drips all over your hands and makes them sticky.
@brimia (6584)
• United States
18 May 07
Sometimes I prefer bowls, when I'm having sorbet or if I want it to be less messy. Sometimes, though, it's fun and tasty to have it in a sugar cone.