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Crazy coronavirus inspired ice cream toppings provide cure for ‘bad mood’ in Munich05:05

Crazy coronavirus inspired ice cream toppings provide cure for ‘bad mood’ in Munich

Germany, Munich
February 22, 2021 at 15:49 GMT +00:00 · Published

Matthias Munz, also known as the crazy ice cream maker in Munich, has developed toppings named after three COVID-19 vaccines, to add to his weird and wonderful world of frozen treats, as seen on Sunday.

The ice cream toppings come in syringes placed on top of the ice cream scoops, they have been named 'AnalZeneca,' 'Biondreck' and 'Spucknix 5.' According to the maker the three vaccines can be applied to the ice cream in order to protect 'against a bad mood.'

Munz explained, "I thought it was really cool that people can now vaccinate themselves while eating ice cream, there is still a shortage of vaccines. And here, for the first time, customers can choose which vaccine they want to take."

He's also developed a testing technique, "The quick test ice cream that just arrived on the market, I made it especially today, is a nice fishy ice cream and if you can't taste the fish, then you have most likely Corona and should test yourself very quickly."

Crazy coronavirus inspired ice cream toppings provide cure for ‘bad mood’ in Munich05:05
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Matthias Munz, also known as the crazy ice cream maker in Munich, has developed toppings named after three COVID-19 vaccines, to add to his weird and wonderful world of frozen treats, as seen on Sunday.

The ice cream toppings come in syringes placed on top of the ice cream scoops, they have been named 'AnalZeneca,' 'Biondreck' and 'Spucknix 5.' According to the maker the three vaccines can be applied to the ice cream in order to protect 'against a bad mood.'

Munz explained, "I thought it was really cool that people can now vaccinate themselves while eating ice cream, there is still a shortage of vaccines. And here, for the first time, customers can choose which vaccine they want to take."

He's also developed a testing technique, "The quick test ice cream that just arrived on the market, I made it especially today, is a nice fishy ice cream and if you can't taste the fish, then you have most likely Corona and should test yourself very quickly."