It Finally Happened: A Cone Did Not Pass The Durability Test

After two years of tasting cones all around Upstate NY & beyond, we finally had a cone fail the durability test.

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It has been a set standard for my quasi-scientific review of soft serve ice cream. Will the ice cream stay on the cone, or not? It’s not that complicated folks, but it sure is important, which is why I implement it into each and every review. To this day, not a single cone has lost it’s grip, no matter the amount of pressure or heat in the air…

But after today, I can no longer say that after paying a pit stop to Fast Food Express in Wyantskill. It’s a gas station who incredibly over-promises and under-delivers on their best attempt at fast food. Wouldn’t even call this food, more like products of science, but that’s not news. You get what you pay for in this world. In this case, $3.00. Not because a small twist costs that much, but because it was $2.50 and when I asked for my change of $.50, he handed me a napkin and told me to enjoy my day.

Alas, it did not pass the durability test and I was forced to give Fast Food Express a 0.0, ranking it the lowest in the books. Like I said, you get what you pay for in this world.



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