#222 – Cubed

I’ve had lots of weird things in my drinks at restaurants. I guess being in the ice cube is better than floating around in the water. At least when you spot something in the ice you know you haven’t been drinking the liquid it was marinating in. But it is missing a leg. Was that in your first sip?

Today’s Biff is advanced.

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11 thoughts on “#222 – Cubed”

  1. Chris K says:

    Sounds like that is how you do it.

  2. Rick2Tails says:

    well it beats finding half of a bug in your sandwich thats for sure >_<

  3. Baughbe says:

    You feed the bug a high iron rich diet for a month. Then you put it in your rail gun and fire it at an iceburg. Then you cut out the part of the iceburg that contains your bug. Then you put it in a drink and enjoy! It’s not actually easier, but it is more fun.

  4. MaskedMan says:

    I prefer loading the bug up on tungston, then dropping it from orbit over antartica.

    BTW: Restaurant ice is often quite nasty – it’s only as safe as the water supply from which it was drawn AND as clean as the icemaker in which it was made.

    1. das-g says:

      If you ‘drop’ something from orbit it usually keeps orbiting with you for a while.

  5. kingklash says:

    The backstroke, sir!
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    That was the only punchline I could think of.

  6. Reavenk says:

    I think you need to fill it half way, freeze it, drop the ant, put a single drop of water on top, let that freeze, and THEN top it off – or else the ant would just float to the top before the second layer froze.

    1. das-g says:

      Use severed dead ants. Or:

      Fill the tray haveway with water, freeze, drop ant in it, fill with water, close tray so it’s waterproof (does plastic wrap and duct tape work?) and turn it upside-down, and freeze like that.

    2. extremist343 says:

      Just fill it halfway, drop the ant in, then freeze, then top it off, and freeze again.

  7. S.Aquila says:

    Or, you could give the ant a snorkel and trick it into taking snorkeling lessons in the ice tray. Then you flash freeze it while it’s swimming under water.

    1. das-g says:

      I like that one.

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