My wife and I are big fans of the Dairy Queen Blizzard. She likes the Chocolate Chip Cookie Jar Blizzard and I like the Reese’s Cup Blizzard. Some of you may be readers of my On Screen Cars blog. If you haven’t, let me que you in on something. I like cars! Especially clean cars. But sometimes the Happy DQ Blizzard World and clean cars collide in a bad way. A mess, a spill, a stain whatever ya wanta call it. It happens. It ticks me off.
For a while it was happening on a regular biases. Our beloved Dairy Queen can’t make non-drippy Blizzard to save their lives. It may not be their fault. Not sure if they were not making the stuff correctly or not. But they were drippy. What happened to the quality control flip before they hand it to ya? But anyways. Every-time I pulled into my parking spot on the return trip. There it would be… A little spot on my seat, a mess on my hands or a cup holder full of Blizzard soup. Well long gone are those days. Thanks to my simple solution. A cup in a cup.
Say that ten times fast. One night I had enough. I was determined to find a better way to bring home the Blizzard. I grabbed two large plastic cups from our cabinet and hit the road. I got to the drive thru and placed my order. Paid my money. Then I dropped my blizzards into their cups. Then I headed home. The whole way I was smiling end-to-end. I pulled into my spot and looked down. This time without fear of my black cloth seats being covered or my cup holders being full. Yep it was bliss.
So there ya have it. Before ya hit the road on a B-l-i-z-z-a-r-d-r-u-n. Grab a cup to drop it in. You’ll be glad ya did. I’m sure your car will be a bit happier too. By the way did you know it’s the 25th Anniversary of the Blizzard? Maybe ya did. But did ya know about the kid’s toy that allows your kids to make their own Blizzards? Given my history, maybe I’ll just make my own? I’m a big kid right? Check it out below!