Some things should not have been made. The atom bomb for one. Bob’s Pickle Pops are another example. Clearly, there may have been a strange set of circumstances or hallucinogens that aided in the advent of these frozen green little sticks. The idea should have died a horrible death on the drawing board, but apparently the creators in Texas persevered and made it happen.
Behold the Picklesickle, apparently delicious! Delicious enough, anyways, to actually make, package and sell them online. I like pickles, I like Popsicles, so I can imagine digging this on a hot day after eating a burger? Do you know a pregnant woman craving pickles and ice cream? Pickle pops may be a solution…
The history of the Popsicle
In 1905 in San Francisco, 11-year-old Frank Epperson was mixing powdered flavoring for soda and water out on the porch. He left it there, with the stir stick still in it. The next morning, Frank found the drink had frozen to the stick, inspiring the idea of a fruit-flavored ‘Popsicle’, a mashup of soda pop and icicle. In 1924 Epperson marketed it, calling the frozen drink “the Epsicle ice pop”. He renamed it to Popsicle, allegedly at the insistence of his children. –Wiki
…and now, enter the Picklesickle. Still in business after a few years, the comments have been very good about this product. Do you have any ideas for the next frozen “something” on a stick? Tell us in the comments.