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I was in Norway yesterday. Did you guys know how expensive Ice Creamsare there? 4 ice creams, 2 cokes and 2 coffe ended up on 42 dollars! Pretty expensive huh?

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  1. H-con's Avatar
    Ehhh, that just the tip of the iceberg to be honest. You should try living here, now that's expensive.
  2. Mißingnåen's Avatar
    Norway is the only place I ever passed up buying ice cream.
  3. Konstantinos's Avatar
    So true... I remember a discussion we had at OTB's chat thread... @H-con; was also there.

    Just don't buy ice-cream there, it is not worth it.
    *never been there, but that discussion let me know lots of things about it*

    [You can buy 12 Casteliacone at Castelia City in Black, White, Black 2 and White 2. Definitely less expensive.]
  4. Jolene's Avatar
    I'm here trying to figure out why anyone would buy ice cream in such a cold place.
  5. Konstantinos's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene
    I'm here trying to figure out why anyone would buy ice cream in such a cold place.
    I would not do it as a tourist, but Norwegian natives would really like to get the taste of a Casteliacone at their place, at the hottest of days (even if that is only 20 C or something)
  6. Bolt the Cat's Avatar
    Depends on where you got them and how big they are. For instance, I've been seeing a lot of self serve frozen yogurt places pop up in the Baltimore/D.C. area, and those places are expensive as hell, a large ice cream could end up costing you around $5-$10.
  7. Emperor Palpitoad's Avatar
    I think it is hot in Norway and Sweden.
  8. The Kreaminator's Avatar
    Maybe you should go find a wild Vanilluxe and eat it to death XD

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