Unraveling the Not-So-Dirty Secret of Dirty Ice Cream

January 13, 2019
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41 responses to “Unraveling the Not-So-Dirty Secret of Dirty Ice Cream”

  1. […] the banana-cue/camote-cue, ice drops and “dirty” ice cream were thought to have come about as a way to prevent the harvest season’s excess produce from […]

  2. Birdie Salva says:

    Galing! 😀

  3. Hanzel Eusebio Conchas says:

    that bowl was fruit raped! and after the ingredients were stirred inside his cavity..he has that traumatized look!

    Awesome illustrations. and awesome storyline. 🙂

  4. Maureen Antoinette says:

    This could pass as a children’s story book! 🙂

  5. Ren says:

    ahahaha~~ this is so cute and funny!!! 😀

  6. Junessa says:


    Finally, myth has been busted. Now, can anyone tell me how many calories are in an average serving? Hehe.

  7. Mikka Wee says:

    EXCELLENTE! <3 I think I love dirty ice cream more after reading this comic. Butt-scratching and all.

  8. I love the art, but… other food being filthier doesn’t make anything less filthy, right?

    • Adrian De Leon says:

      It doesn’t, but it’s just funny to point out these things. And I’m just writing from my own experience. Maybe I’ve just been lucky to not get sick. I personally don’t know anyone who’s been downed by Dirty Ice Cream. But isaw is another story. 🙂

  9. banana says:

    “Dirty ice cream is still delicious in pandesal”

    i believe no truer words have ever been spoken

  10. Faith Gazmin says:

    Cute! 🙂 I felt like a kid ulit.. yummy dirty ice cream!!!!:P

  11. Kyle says:

    This looks amazing. And the humor is a cool cherry on top. Who did the art sir?

  12. Vincent Maldia says:

    why doesnt anybody do a decent scientific examination? there are many ways to check food for microbial contaminants and toxins

    • Tintin Lontoc says:

      There might be many ways to check for bacteria levels leading to food-borne illnesses, but things like these are rarely regulated anyway. I remember having seen a TV expose on the less than decent conditions for packaging some household favorites and I’m pretty sure a lot of people who saw that still couldn’t care less.

      TL;DR there have been tests but most people don’t really care haha

  13. Abbey Sy says:

    This is awesomeeee. Dirty ice cream forever <3

  14. Rookiechef says:

    Kling kling! Myth busted!:)

  15. Raxenne Dosher Maniquiz says:

    GANDA!!! Omg kaya pala. Coconut miiilk yum!!! I miss dirty ice cream. Wala nang dumadaan samin. Dati kapag narining ko yung bell, I’d get a mug and rush to the manong. Haha. Hindi enough yung cups nila! P25 po sa mug please.

  16. Crow says:

    Best article evaaaaaa!

  17. KoertD says:

    You guys are so awesome huhu. Was reading this with sound effects in my head LOL.

  18. nicherautomatic says:


  19. babsicatn says:

    luv it woot woot!

  20. jezpot says:

    Konting “dirty” para “healthy”

  21. William Lim Jr says:

    Does anyone have a dirty ice cream recipe?

  22. Johna says:

    This made my morning haha. Love the storytelling!

  23. Cheska Lesaca says:

    Super cute drawings. Reminds me a lot of the comics by The Oatmeal.

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  25. Bea Quitiquit says:

    I love the comic, I love what it’s about, I love dirty-which-isn’t-really-dirty ice cream, and i love you guys for sharing this!

  26. Keziah Racho says:

    dirty ice cream x pandesal/bun still the best combo ever! 😉 miss eating it tho

  27. Adi Leuterio says:

    I kinda feel bad for that bowl… by the freezing part it looks so bit harassed na. O.o

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  29. […] sweltering, and my choice was clear: a cone of “dirty” ice cream, also known as sorbetes, with two scoops of every flavor. The combination of mango, vanilla and cheese may seem off-putting […]

  30. […] the banana-cue/camote-cue, ice drops and “dirty” ice cream were thought to have come about as a way to prevent the harvest season”s excess produce from […]

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