What have I done....... oh god....... Put ice cream in coke. You will not be dissappointed pepsi Milk Asian
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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Put ice cream in coke. You will not be dissappointed
#14 to #3 - mraye
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Ice Cream in Irn Bru is better.
User avatar #15 to #3 - strun
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Vanilla ice cream and orange soda or root beer is best.
User avatar #34 to #15 - ottoboys
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i like vanilla in grape soda
User avatar #35 to #3 - asasqw
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Ice cream float, also known as a root beer float, can be substituted with anything though the is Guinness float.
User avatar #40 to #3 - evilanakie
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spiders awww yeah
User avatar #67 to #3 - ompalomper
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my english friend made me try it once. i hated it

********* imminent?
User avatar #134 to #3 - therealtjthemedic
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I
*******
LOVE
COKE SPIDERS
#138 to #3 - swedishviking
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******* GENIOUS!
******* GENIOUS!
User avatar #170 to #3 - tartwolfblack
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It has to be lemon icecream.
User avatar #175 to #3 - joshlol
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That looks so appetizing.
User avatar #189 to #3 - thenewnuggubler
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I've had a coke float, they're not bad, but nothing can match the cunt-shattering deliciousness of a root beer float
#41 to #3 - thtguyfromwork
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i thought they were called blackouts, cuz you blackout during the next ****
#42 to #41 - thtguyfromwork
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always worth it though
#58 to #3 - newspice
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It's called black cow here in brazil
#96 to #58 - ohgodwaitimatheist
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Sup, fella, good to see more brazilians on FJ.
#89 to #58 - turian
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huehuehuehue
#5 to #3 - lowlifescarecrow
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I ******* love Coke floats.
I ******* love Coke floats.
User avatar #6 to #5 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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We call it a spider in straya
User avatar #7 to #6 - lowlifescarecrow
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To be honest, if Australians called it something that actually made sense I'd be amazed, so that doesn't really surprise me.
User avatar #8 to #7 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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What is not a spider in Australia?
Makes perfect sense.
User avatar #9 to #8 - lowlifescarecrow
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But ice cream in coke is not arachnid.
User avatar #10 to #9 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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Someone probably found one in their coke one day, thre ice cream at it then drank it out of curiosity, the world may never know.
User avatar #11 to #10 - lowlifescarecrow
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Surely an Australian didn't invent the coke float.
User avatar #64 to #11 - admiralen
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>implying something has to be imported in order to exist in a country
just cause someone else thought of it first in another place doesnt mean someone didnt make it up in straya as well
User avatar #12 to #11 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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i was talking about the name, pretty sure it comes from america and root beer instead of coke
User avatar #22 to #6 - ningyoaijin
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We call them ice cream sodas in England.

Which is weird because we never call fizzy drinks "soda".
#145 to #22 - anon id: 0baf75ee
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That's when it's with cream soda, not coke.
User avatar #121 to #22 - mattyjay
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Britbong here also, I have never seen it called that. Where I am (Outer London) we call them Coke Floats. Where do you live?
User avatar #133 to #121 - ningyoaijin
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I'm from Northumberland. Might be a Scottish thing.
User avatar #169 to #133 - mattyjay
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Probably. Oh well. How is Scotland today? Moist?
User avatar #99 to #22 - commontroll
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What do you call them? I'm a Texan and I either call all of them a coke (ie: "Can I have a coke?" "Sure, which would you like?" "Dr. Pepper please.") or a soda.
User avatar #109 to #99 - ningyoaijin
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We call them fizzy drinks, or pop. Posh twats call them tonics, but they're weird.
User avatar #172 to #109 - commontroll
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That is weird of them to call it a tonic. What faggots.
User avatar #143 to #6 - schinderwolf
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every thing is a spider in australia
User avatar #32 to #6 - Trollipops
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i can confirm this, and i dont see why people thumbed you down
#23 - tehbeztever
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that was not a fart
User avatar #50 to #23 - nat
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lel
#49 to #23 - stoicnick
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#75 to #49 - honditar
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#101 to #23 - anon id: 0588b39d
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Where will you be when diahrea hits!
#122 to #23 - toastandbananas
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#60 - alterednicolas
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I'm lactose intolerant.
#171 to #60 - deliciousdee
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#66 to #60 - tiredandhungry
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I swear I looked at this and he blinked
I swear I looked at this and he blinked
#36 - abcdxyz
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That is the face of true regret
#13 - danware
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he looks like he is really enjoying that aftertaste.
User avatar #4 - fizzor
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Pepsi in a Coca-Cola glass.
Top hue.
#186 to #4 - thelastelephant
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#20 - chuffberry
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they have root beer milk at my grocery store. it is delicious nectar of the gods.
User avatar #26 to #20 - ilcecchino
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WHAT STORE IS THIS. I USED TO ALWAYS MIX ROOTBEER AND MILK
User avatar #59 to #26 - Onemanretardpack
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Not the same thing, but A&W will sell you their rootbeer by the gallon. I think it's like 5 bucks a gallon and worth every cent
User avatar #28 to #26 - chuffberry
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Mega Foods. it's in Wisconsin.
User avatar #37 to #28 - soule
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It's also at WalMart... In Wisconsin.
User avatar #29 to #28 - ilcecchino
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FUUUUCK.... time to go on a trip to wisconsin!!!!
User avatar #30 to #29 - chuffberry
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it's sometimes at Whole Foods, but i haven't seen it recently
User avatar #150 to #20 - hjgamer
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What's root beer milk?
User avatar #43 to #20 - flemsdfer
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We're going to have to organize some trading routes or something, buddy.
#31 - ridivey
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where will you be when diarherra strikes
#57 to #31 - MasterMario
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#45 to #31 - konradkurze
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Comment Picture
#48 to #45 - stoicnick
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this gi... I laughed way harder and longer than i should have
User avatar #51 to #48 - konradkurze
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#52 to #51 - stoicnick
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#68 - fapperdefap
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my friend and i once mixed coffee and vodka.   
   
picture resembles how we felt after half an hour
my friend and i once mixed coffee and vodka.

picture resembles how we felt after half an hour
User avatar #108 to #68 - greedtheavaricious
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Isn't that a white russian?
User avatar #192 to #108 - fapperdefap
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here it's called russian coffee

like coffee with whiskey is called irish/scottish coffee
User avatar #73 to #68 - lurifax
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Also known as "karsk" in Norway
#78 to #73 - acerose
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Teach me more Norwegian.
User avatar #82 to #78 - lurifax
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What do you want to know?
#83 to #82 - acerose
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I can translate individual words all day long.

Can you think of any idioms you have in Norwegian that don't translate directly into English?
User avatar #92 to #83 - afrodemon
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Fårikål
#100 to #92 - acerose
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Takk X'D

Liker du fårikål?
User avatar #146 to #100 - afrodemon
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hvem liker ikke fårikål?
User avatar #88 to #83 - lurifax
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Download link
User avatar #84 to #83 - lurifax
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I can't really think of any at the moment, but i can give you a list of english idioms and their norwegian counterparts if you don't mind.
#85 to #84 - acerose
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That totally works for me.
User avatar #79 to #78 - mrpo
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hvorfor det?
#80 to #79 - acerose
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I like Norwegian, but I'm in Taiwan learning Chinese right now, so I can't find any classes and don't want to spend money on Pimsleur or Rosetta Stone or something like that to get started.
User avatar #81 to #80 - marioslmg
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Bare bruk google oversetter for å finne ut hva som står på norsk... Prøv det på "AftenBladet" og se hvor langt du går...