Aussie Man Returns With Definitive Ranking On Best Servo Ice-Creams
When you go into a service station in Australia, you're greeted with at least one cooler housing an array of delicious ice-creams.
They all range from sweet to creamy, icy to chocolatey, yummy to disgusting. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and they're allowed to trash talk one product while also praising another and pledging to eat nothing else.
But one Aussie man is here to set the record straight by posting a definitive ranking of what he thinks are the best and worst ice-creams in the country.
Bruno Bouchet, a Sydney-based managing director and former Kyle & Jackie O radio show producer, went viral for doing a similar ranking on Aussie choccy bars, which was incredibly divisive.
Well, Bruno is back with ice-creams and it'll be interesting if it sparks a similar conversation.
He's retained the same ranking tiers, starting with 'God' then Royalty', 'Adam Sandler' aka 'Take it or leave it', 'Pleb' and coming in the rear with 'Would rather eat a bucket of cat vomit'.
Taking out the top category is the Maxibon, Magnum Classic and Rainbow Paddle Pop. To be fair, this first ranking seems to work with us because they're all stock standard but also delicious.
The ice-creams that nabbed 'Royalty' level are Choc Mint Drumstick and Mango Weis Bars, which are goddamn perfect during summer as they've got the best of both world.
Classic Drumstick, Salted Caramel Connoisseur and Magnum Almond took out the 'Take It or Leave It' category.
Then the 'Pleb' ice-creams are Chocolate Paddle Pops and Golden Gaytime.
That last category is bound to upset some people who absolutely loved a cheeky Golden Gaytime.
Then coming in the rear and apparently are worse than cat vomit are Classic Cornetto, despite tasting essentially the same as a Drumstick, and Bubble O Bill.
The Bubble O Bill will spark loads of 90s nostalgia with people who loved munching on Bill's head before chewing on his kind-of gross chewing gum nose.
Bruno's ice-cream list is certainly not as bad as the chocolate one, which really divided people.
He listed Turkish Delight, Picnic and Chomp in the best category while the lowest of the low was Violet Crumble, Milky Way, Chokito and Bounty.
When it came to the middle of the line chocolates, it's strange to see the likes of KitKat and Crunchie in the 'Adam Sandler' tier - surely they deserve some more loving.
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