Sure, you may pride yourself on the fact that you know chocolate milk does not come from brown cows, but how are strong is your knowledge of other dairy products? Don’t worry, if you can’t tell ice cream from frozen custard, we’ve got you covered. Depending on where you grew up or where you live in the world, your idea …
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Pizza lovers suffered a huge loss on Wednesday after a truck crash left a highway littered with boxes of frozen pizza.
Westbound traffic on I-30 near Little Rock, Arkansas, was at a standstill on Wednesday as cleaning crews attempted to remove remnants of the wreck from the road. It appears as if most of the pizzas were Tombstone and Digiorno.
The mess was so large that the state needed to bring out a tractor to help scoop up the wasted pies.
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