Monday, October 26, 2009

well, I guess you can


The second set of quotation marks are semi-necessary, as it's something they claim to say. What "frozen inside out" is slang for, I am not sure. Thanks, Josh.

7 comments:

copywriter said...

Whoa. The copywriter that penned this together has the greatest job on earth.

toep said...

What shabby ice i must have, it's all be frozen right side out! Now i know how to tell if something is premium,

toep said...

While i do understand the pun, it is somewhat odd that a company would actually want to be known as having 'no taste'

scyllacat said...

I'm more bothered by the fact that the "w" is not capitalized. "We have no taste," is a complete sentence, after all.

And I desperately want to know how you change the way ice freezes. Really.

storpotaten said...

And all these years I've been freezing my ice outside in. How little I knew.

Victor Tabbycat said...

LOL "We have no taste"! They're proud to be tasteless?

isabellerogers said...

..."we have no taste?" I suppose you don't...but why do you say that proudly? Oh, I see, some people who are not you don't have some unidentified sense.