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He's always there. In all groups of friends, in all families.

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He's always there. In all groups of friends, in all families. It is usually seen more often in summer, but you have to be vigilant all year round because it always appears. You may not recognize it right away, sometimes it goes unnoticed: sometimes it is an aunt, others your friend's husband, it can be even your dad or your brother.

Don't you know who we're talking about? Maybe this situation is familiar to you. We finished eating, all very rich, but we're missing dessert. The solution? We ordered ice cream, of course. When choosing flavors, most of us take the attitude of “one that we know all” and choose the most traditional ones: some dulce de leche, some chocolate, tramuntana, granizado, even a lemon can enter the list of admissible. But he (or she) does not do the same.

Quinotos to whiskey. Pistachio. Hilly mint. Cream from heaven (!). Melon. Strawberry to water (because it is always good to cut with so much cream). Or, if not, why not try the new flavor of the ice cream shop, which is sure to send you ¾ of the kilo because they don't sell it to anyone. Do you know who we're talking about? Yeah, from the one who asks for the very bad taste, the one that is left in the freezer for the rest of eternity.

 Be careful, if you didn't recognize him, it might be you. 

Publication Date: 19/04/2018

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