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Watch This: Someone Eating Little Baby's (Ice Cream)

Welcome to that weird part of the internet where you see things you wish you could unsee. In this edition of Twilight Zone YouTube we present for your consideration the strange tale of autocannibalism in the pursuit of ice cream sales. Our subject? Little Baby's Ice Cream, a Pennsylvania based...
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Welcome to that weird part of the internet where you see things you wish you could unsee.

In this edition of Twilight Zone YouTube we present for your consideration the strange tale of autocannibalism in the pursuit of ice cream sales. Our subject? Little Baby's Ice Cream, a Pennsylvania based chain of ice cream shops that specialize in small batch, handmade ice cream containing little babies premium ingredients.

What you are about to watch may shock you, but we're pretty sure you're going to show it to all of your friends anyway.

Little Baby's Ice Cream specializes in producing Philedelphia-style ice cream which apparently is ice cream that eschew using eggs or eggs in a custard base as a binder. This method is said to yield an ice cream that is less rich but with more pronounced flavors. As an unfortunate side effect it appears this preparation of ice cream occasionally turns the eater into a mute pile of ice cream content with perpetual self-consumption.

Little Baby's Ice Cream is no stranger to the strange. Their early self-promotion is no less disturbing. So of course we're going to show it to you. Recursive eating has never been so horrifying.

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