The Best and Worst of FroYo

From the frozen yogurt shop. Maybe you’re a little bit drunk. One flavor, or two mixed. None of this try a little bit of a lot stuff. Whether  you go with happiness (sprinkles, oreas, brownies, fudge) or with health (berries), it’s great snack, any time of day. Five to ten dollars, eaten in five to ten minutes. 

When purchased from the grocery store, late night, accidentally instead of ice cream, an actual food product. Frozen yogurt from the store is garbage. A little round carton of trash. One of life’s great sadnesses is anticipating ice cream only to get home, take a bite, recoil and then read those two disgusting words—frozen yogurt. There is only one thing to do, and that is leave it on the table to melt into actual trash and go to sleep, hungry and disappointed. Five dollars, good as burnt.


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wearitcounts (#772)

oooh BUUUT i have discovered store froyo that is wonderful! ben & jerry’s now makes GREEK froyo, and the raspberry chocolate chunk flavor is UH-MAZIIIINNNNGGGG.

but agreed on all other store frozen yogurt. the rest is absolutely garbage.

@wearitcounts i want to believe you but … it’s so hard. i’ve been burned by froyo so many times. i don’t know if i can give it another chance.

wearitcounts (#772)

@Logan Sachon i know it’s hard. you’re probably feeling really vulnerable. and scared. so scared. but you know how greek yogurt is like 10000 times better than regular yogurt because, SO CREAMY? it’s like that, with chocolate.

Sass (#1,248)

@wearitcounts YES! Greek frozen yogurt is all I buy any more. That, and pina colada sorbet when it’s on a-pint-for-a-dollar sale.
@Logan Sachon, they sell it in baby containers at my grocery store, so maybe try it that way and then if you are Not A Fan, you haven’t spent much to discover that?

Megano! (#124)

What the Chapman’s cappuccino kind is really good. I do prefer soft serve froyo though.

probs (#296)

I’m going to start saying yolo no froyo, or yolo froyo, as the situation requires.

True story, I was out with a friend recently and we stopped by a Ben & Jerry’s store. There were two ladies in line behind us and one of them ordered a small but with two different flavors. She said, “…but the flavors don’t really go together? So could I get them in separate cups?”

I wanted to marry her right then and there. But then I realized that she was probably 16.

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