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To ask where on earth has all the bum basic strawberry ice cream gone?

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SomewhereInbetween1 · 30/06/2017 11:10

And if it still exists, where can I buy it!? I know there are lots of options with bits of fruit in by the likes of Carte D'or and Walls, but it seems impossible to buy the big tubs of ice cream, without bits, in plain strawberry flavour. We definitely used to have them years ago and now it seems I can only get them if I buy a neopolitan tub and ignore the other two flavours. Where have they gone??

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DeanKoontz · 30/06/2017 11:14

Bum icecream?


Windymills · 30/06/2017 11:16

You can still get bum ice cream at center parcs


Starfairylights · 30/06/2017 11:20

Ahaha. Bum ice cream Shock?


Nancy91 · 30/06/2017 11:21

I have such a craving for strawberry ice cream now (of the regular non-bum kind)


FizzyGreenWater · 30/06/2017 11:22

Bum D'Or do a good one


HoneyDragon · 30/06/2017 11:23

Farm foods do strawberry bum ice cream if that's your thing.


Windymills · 30/06/2017 11:26

Have you tried Magbums? They're nice


Windymills · 30/06/2017 11:28

Is it this kind you're looking for

To ask where on earth has all the bum basic strawberry ice cream gone?

SomewhereInbetween1 · 30/06/2017 11:31

Regional descriptions have failed me today πŸ˜‚ I just meant basic haha. Slithers away embarrassed

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Nousernameforme · 30/06/2017 12:04

YANBU I've just had a quick look through most online supermarkets and you can get vanilla, mint choc chip, neopolitan, chocolate and raspberry ripple but no bog standard strawberry. Off to check waitrose


Nousernameforme · 30/06/2017 12:06

Nope nothing


KeiraKnightleyActsWithHerTeeth · 30/06/2017 12:10

Bum? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Kelly's ice cream in a tub is shaped like a bum or "boobie ice cream" as my nephew once called it.
They do a nice strawberry and clotted cream ice cream actually. Although I notice some tubs have loads of strawberries and some have very few.

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