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[…] 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 […]
Please fix the thumbnails for sharing 🙂 Random images are coming out if I try to share on FB 🙂
that bowl was fruit raped! and after the ingredients were stirred inside his cavity..he has that traumatized look!
Awesome illustrations. and awesome storyline. 🙂
This could pass as a children’s story book! 🙂
ahahaha~~ this is so cute and funny!!! 😀
ONE OF THE BEST INFO GRAPHICS/COMIC STRIPS/WHATEVERYOUCALLTHIS I HAVE EVER SEEN. <3 I love it!! Major inspiration!
Finally, myth has been busted. Now, can anyone tell me how many calories are in an average serving? Hehe.
EXCELLENTE! <3 I think I love dirty ice cream more after reading this comic. Butt-scratching and all.
I love the art, but… other food being filthier doesn’t make anything less filthy, right?
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. 🙂
“Dirty ice cream is still delicious in pandesal”
i believe no truer words have ever been spoken
Cute! 🙂 I felt like a kid ulit.. yummy dirty ice cream!!!!:P
This looks amazing. And the humor is a cool cherry on top. Who did the art sir?
Rob Cham and Tintin Lontoc 🙂
why doesnt anybody do a decent scientific examination? there are many ways to check food for microbial contaminants and toxins
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
This is awesomeeee. Dirty ice cream forever <3
Kling kling! Myth busted!:)
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.
Because you live in the land of far far away.
Hahaha mas talamak kaya dito sa province! Nasa poblacion lang kame kaya wala na sila. Hahaha. 🙁
Best article evaaaaaa!
You guys are so awesome huhu. Was reading this with sound effects in my head LOL.
hahahah Same here!!!XD bwahaha This is gold guys!! Amazing job!!!XD
luv it woot woot!
Konting “dirty” para “healthy”
Does anyone have a dirty ice cream recipe?
This made my morning haha. Love the storytelling!
Super cute drawings. Reminds me a lot of the comics by The Oatmeal.
That was the inspiration. 🙂
don’t give away our secrets dang it
We have more secrets in store. Like that ritual where we make an animal sacrifice to appease the Dark Lord before making a comic.
Your secret is safe with me. Hahaha
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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!
dirty ice cream x pandesal/bun still the best combo ever! 😉 miss eating it tho
I kinda feel bad for that bowl… by the freezing part it looks so bit harassed na. O.o
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[…] 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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