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“Dairy Queen's founders -- John McCullough, his son Alex McCullough, and their partner Ronald Baker -- literally invented soft-serve, which is lower in milkfat than regular ice cream and is processed and stored at a warmer temperature.”
“The soft-serve vanilla slides down and I slump onto the cement to rest.”
“It's complete with a small refrigerator, freezer, sinks, countertop, soft-serve machine, toppings bar and power generator.”
“True, soft-serve melts too quickly -- especially in Saudi Arabia.”
“Up to 240 customers at once can fit into the gigantic Riyadh location, which serves the standard DQ menu -- including those signature soft-serve ice-cream treats that originally inspired the name of this fast-food chain, which opened in Illinois in 1940 and which, as part of the Berkshire Hathaway holdings, is now helmed by megabillionaire Warren Buffett.”
“We were sitting side by side on the bench out front, trying to lick the drips of soft-serve from our cones before they could reach our fingers and make our hands even stickier.”
“Like … strap me to a chair ala Clockwork Orange, hold my eyelids open and take a hot, soft-serve dump on my corneas bad.”
“Other tastes this week included the joys of a two-course $4 lunch on the streets of New York -- two hot dogs with sauerkraut, onions, and mustard and, a soft-serve ice cream cone.”
“You know what to do if you spot Osama Bin Laden working at the DQ Brazier, selling soft-serve to little kiddies laced with ground up bits of the Q-Ran so they'll turn into card-carrying Muslins?”
“For our money, many of these -- like soft-serve, high-end junk food, and bellies -- have already come and gone, or come and hung around, but let us know what you think will make an even bigger splash next year.”
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