Important guidelines for beard wearers on eating ice-cream in hot weather

In Uncategorized on July 21, 2016 by kmflett

Beard Liberation Front

21st July


Colin Gray via Twitter. Eating ice cream cones is not advised for the hirsute in warm weather

The Beard Liberation Front, the informal network of beard wearers, has updated its guidelines on eating ice-cream in warm or hot weather following high temperatures in some parts of the UK this week.

The campaigners say that extra care must be taken when it is hot to make sure that ice-cream does not melt in the beard, creating a sticky mess that can seriously damage the beard.

BLF Organiser Keith Flett said, our advice to the hirsute is simple: take care out there

Guidelines on heating ice cream in hot weather

For the inexperienced beard wearer eating ice cream in hot weather is best avoided. The ice cream may melt and find it’s  way into the beard while being eaten, creating a sticky and unpleasant mess

Eating ice-cream cornets is not advised.

If ice-cream must be eaten, consuming it from a tub where amounts to be eaten can be carefully controlled is the BLF approved method. This should avoid difficulties


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