The Little Sir Named Mint Chip

There was once a little sir named Mint Chip who pirated a paperboard ship. The sir was a thief among thieves roaming the seas. He stripped everyone in his path of all things related to frozen dessert. He robbed sailor Ben of flavored chocolate chunks. He ransacked Captain Jerry for his vanilla ice. Britt Daniel the seafarer was sacked for her spoons. Little Mint chased these treats thinking that the tasting all these flavors would fulfill his life purpose. But as his collection grew, his satisfaction diminished.

“What does it mean to be a pirate? ” he thought. “Will my life always be centered around burglarizing frozen dessert- booty, or is there much more out there?”After some pondering, he realized he created his own path from scratch. As a creator, it was time to create much more. Little Sir Mint Chip sailed his paperboard ship to the remote island hidden in the Minnesota seas. Here, he gathered liqueur crème de menthe.  He dumped all the buckets of frozen cream and chocolate chunks on the floor of his ship. He added the crushed ice and mixed in his

After some pondering, he realized he created his own path from scratch. As a creator, the time came to create much more. Little Sir Mint Chip sailed his paperboard ship to the remote island hidden in the Minnesota seas. Here, he gathered liqueur crème de menthe.  He dumped all the buckets of frozen cream and chocolate chunks on the floor of his ship. He added the crushed ice and mixed in his menthed crème. Thus, in his paperboard ship, created the flavor of 3% of all ice cream sold in the year 2000. With his ship filled to the brim with mint chocolate chip ice cream, there was no way he could travel the seas. Little Sir Mint Chip pushed his ship into the waters for all to enjoy, but he remained on the island where he eventually starved and died.

So next time you take a spoon full of that minty MmmMmmmmmm  ice cream, remember the epic origin of this tasty dessert. Never forget the man who died for this flavor. Remember the legacy of Sir Mint Chip.

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