This Calls For An Ice Cream


This afternoon.

Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

A peaceful ice cream ‘eat-out’ by young activists ahead of a HB Fundays Party in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland in Leinster House this afternoon.

The charity is calling for “vital investment in early years supports to promote language development for toddlers and young children with Down Syndrome”.

And several more tubs, if at all possible.

HB Fundays (Down Syndrome Ireland)

Sam Boal/Rollingnews

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13 thoughts on “This Calls For An Ice Cream

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Ditto. I’d do anything for a Super Split. If (still) unavailable I’ll set for a Murphy’s Ice Cream scoop each of Sea Salt and Gin. Send a drone.

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          Not in the Heuston ‘Quarter’ one, but mission ongoing as I visit another branch tomorrow. They’re so vintage I’ll probably only find one best before 1991 in some unearthly hole of a shop in the midlands with faded HB and Italia 90 stickers in the window.

          1. millie st murderlark

            That’s the Holy Grail right there.

            I’ll find out the makers of the ones I recommended and let you know tomorrow.

          2. Slightly Bemused

            I have not seen a Super Split in more years than I can remember. And I think it was in that shop…

          3. martco

            oh we’re having “this” conversation again, are we?

            most of the classic hits have either disappeared or are just a vague shadow of their former selves

            Brunch was my goto but it’s just a very sad attempt nowadays

            the best I’ve come across recently was the mini fake magnums they do in Lidl – very decent chocolate & ice cream combo indeed & better than the one it impersonates imho

          4. H

            I think they do and they’re still fairly decent, unlike Brunch’s, Feasts and Cornettos

      1. GiggidyGoo

        My own favourite was Tip Top. There ya’are now. Kinda like a choc ice, but with a frozen jelly on top. Not a wibbly wobbly wonder now. Or a 6d or 3d wafer. mmmmm Did I say mmmmmmmm? mmmmmm

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