Monday, August 8, 2011 08:09 AM

The ice cream gods have smiled on me today!

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Happy ice cream!

Opened up a brand new tub of vanilla ice cream today as a post-lunch snack, and found this very friendly-looking anomaly on the underside of the lid!

Ice cream always makes me smile. And today, it smiled back at me for a change.

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