What do you think about Wendy's vanilla Frosty?

wanko80

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A Blizzard isn't a milkshake. You can't drink it through a straw. Its more like soft serve.
If you have to use a spoon, it isn't a milkshake.
That's an arbitrary definition. Milkshakes can be made with milk and ice cream and be thick as hell. A straw is a tool used for drinking, so I'd say if you can't drink it, then it's not a milkshake. But it doesn't hinge on a straw.

Edit: I think a blizzard could classify as a milkshake as you can drink it. You might have to give it a minute or two to defrost, but it is possible.
 
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I don't typically have a problem with Frosties. Brusters and DQ are so thick and full of largish chunks of goodness that I can't consume them through a straw.
Why is a straw such a big deal to you? I will refrain from obvious dick jokes as I'd like to know your real fascination with them.
 

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Why is a straw such a big deal to you? I will refrain from obvious dick jokes as I'd like to know your real fascination with them.
Because a milk shake is an ice cream based product consumed through a straw. If its melted enough to drink by pouring it into your mouth, its just flavored milk at that point. If its hard enough to require a spoon, its some form of ice cream.
 

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Because a milk shake is an ice cream based product consumed through a straw. If its melted enough to drink by pouring it into your mouth, its just flavored milk at that point. If its hard enough to require a spoon, its some form of ice cream.
All milkshakes able to be consumed with straws can also be poured into your mouth. Therefore they are also just flavored milk.
 

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All milkshakes able to be consumed with straws can also be poured into your mouth. Therefore they are also just flavored milk.
I don't know about you, but the few times I've tried what you're suggesting, the shake sits in the bottom of the cup until I pound the bottom, which results in the shake as a whole leaving the cup and residing on all part of my face and shirt. There is no elegant way to drink a milkshake by pouring. It must be viscous enough not to be free flowing and require suction to consume.
 

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I don't know about you, but the few times I've tried what you're suggesting, the shake sits in the bottom of the cup until I pound the bottom, which results in the shake as a whole leaving the cup and residing on all part of my face and shirt. There is no elegant way to drink a milkshake by pouring. It must be viscous enough not to be free flowing and require suction to consume.
I have never had such a problem. Also, I don't have some hang up about straws and will use a fucking spoon if need be.