So it seems that 2018 is already shaping up to be a brilliant year as someone's only gone and invented a Tango Ice Blast sorbet.

Those of you who frequent the cinema will know that the best thing about it is the brainfreeze-inducing treat (Well, ok, popcorn and hot dogs and nachos and ice cream and sweets are all pretty good too). Sadly, it doesn't seem to last longer than the trailers but damn, it's great.

Facebook / Crollas Gelateria
Facebook / Crollas Gelateria

Well, now we get to enjoy it sorbet-style, which is the best idea I've heard in ages. So where can we get our mitts on them?

It that the invention has been made by Crollas Gelateri, a Scottish gelateria.

According to its website: "Crolla's Gelateria represents an award winning family company that has been producing traditional Italian Gelato in Glasgow for over a hundred and twenty years. It was 1895 when a young Serafino Crolla exchanged the warm sunshine of Italy for the less predictable climates of Scotland, setting up his first shop in Queen Mary Street, Glasgow.

Facebook / Crollas Gelateria
Facebook / Crollas Gelateria

"Today, Crolla's provides more than just ice cream including a full menu of delicious food and beverages. Crolla's is firmly committed as ever to serving top quality ice cream, while ensuring the best experience possible when you walk into one of our Gelaterias."

Best experience possible, eh? Sounds good to me. Anyone fancy a road trip?

Credit: Facebook / Crollas Gelateria
Credit: Facebook / Crollas Gelateria

Of course, you might be looking outside and thinking, 'Frozen drinks? In January? In this weather?' Not unreasonable behaviour, given that it's been utterly freezing for what feels like forever now (let's not forget Niagara Falls actually froze over this winter).

Hot food is what we want in these freezing temperatures. Comfort food, too. Which is presumably what one Worcester couple were thinking when they decided to celebrate their wedding with a KFC meal.


Yes, Cherish and Edward Simms love KFC so much that they decided to have their wedding reception there. Unconventional, sure, but the heart wants what it wants.

"We had more than enough to eat and they had really gone to town with the decoration," Cherish said. "We didn't even plan anything with them, but they really managed to make our day special."

So there you go.

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Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her - [email protected]

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