Hey There Ms Baskin Robbins!

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If you are a new follower than you may not have scrolled back far enough yet to discover that in my current incarnation of a working stiff, I own a Baskin Robbins. I love it. What’s not to love? I mean, I LOVE ice cream. And if you don’t… well, you are just sick. What can I tell ya.

One of the great things about owning a Baskin Robbins is people are usually pretty happy. And if they aren’t, they want to be. That is why when we are down we grab a pint of ice cream to feel better.

(oh, you know you’ve all done this once or twice and some of you probably weekly).   😀


Living and owning the local Baskin Robbins in your little town has a whole new set of perks. Yep, I’m like a mini celebrity with the kids. And I mean mini. I’ve got nothing on Team Omizoomi

(I just learned about them and thought I’d sneak this new found knowledge in).

Just today for example, I’m going through a local drive through and a kid puts 1/2 his body out the car and turns to me and yells – BASKIN ROBBINS!! with a big thumbs up.

McDonald Arches

When I go through my local McDonald’s drive thru, they take my order and go “Hey there Ms Baskin Robbins?”  Each and every time it makes my heart smile. I know what you are thinking, “Is she really that bad at ordering the same thing each time and going every day?”    Well, yes, but that is besides the point.

They have cameras dang it!


I also get milk and bananas a couple times a week and as I walk the store, little kids point at me. Not because I’m hideous or anything, but they recognize me. “It’s the ice cream lady! they shout. I find the Baskin Robbins hat I’m wearing might give me away in the store since they don’t let my truck come inside with me. 


I’m constantly having kid’s point at me while I’m driving. Jumping up and down all excitedly. I see them begging their mom or dad to follow me to the ice cream store. The the parents trying to act like they don’t see the big pink truck so they don’t have to go.


I have all kinds of stories about life in the Pink Truck and I’ll tell them as we spend our time together. Today, I decided to write due to the smile I got from the shout out from the random guy climbing out of his car Dukes of Hazzard style just to scream out BASKIN ROBBINS!

car window

Who wouldn’t like that?

I might be an introvert by heart, but even that makes me smile!

( I know you don’t believe me about the introvert part, but that is a story for another day….No one ever believes me…LOL)


~~~till we laugh again~~~

0 thoughts on “Hey There Ms Baskin Robbins!

      1. The Waiting

        When I lived in Korea, there was a flavor at BR called “Popping Popping Banana” and it was banana ice cream with Pop Rocks mixed in. It was so good! Please tell me you’ve come across this flavor in the West. I would kill for it 🙂

  1. pay2bitch

    Lol hey do you make old fashion style, I like the old kind hand cranked. My intro to ice cream was my mother. my first store ice cream was baskin robbins I havent been in one in almost 7 years. I use to buy my client these drinks in alaska every day because thats all I could get my little lady to eat. That and one diet pop. Thank god for ice cream because when its all you have that a patient will eat, it can carry them a long time ,)

    1. tadams4u

      See, more redeeming qualities of ice cream. It is used to heal not only broken hearts, but many other items. Sorry, no more hand cranking…unless you count the way we scoop it out 😀

  2. photosfromtheloonybin

    What I want to know is did the guy look like either of the guys from the Dukes of Hazard?!?!? Hubba, Hubba!! 🙂 By the way, I’d like a double scoop of chocolate chip cookie dough in a regular cone please. Thanks! 🙂 LOL

  3. benzeknees

    I will take chocolate over ice cream any day! Sorry about that, but I spent close to 20 years lactose intolerant & had to give up ice cream among other things. Now I can eat ice cream but my love for chocolate wins out every time. My favorite ice cream is spumoni, but I haven’t been able to find it in years – do they still make it?

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