icedochid – n. a less-than-full ice cube tray
Materials: Bowling Ball
What you do:
Use a bowling ball to destroy glaciers.
Each glacier you destroy, you get one point.
First to 10 points wins.
Boundaries: The polar regions of the planet you are on
If a child is choking on an ice cube don’t panic. Simply pour a jug of boiling water down its throat and the blockage is almost instantly removed!
“*ouch!!! ur gonna need some ice cuz u just got burrrrrned!*”
Q: What do you give a snowman for his birthday?
A: A cake of ice.
Q: What kind of sheets do ghosts wear at the North Pole?
A: Sheets of ice.
TEACHER: “Why are you late?”
DENNIS: “My little brother fell through the ice and I rescued him.”
TEACHER: “Is he all right?”
DENNIS: “Yes, but he’s not allowed to play in the freezer anymore.”
Phil and Will built a skating rink in the middle of a pasture. One day a shepherd leading his flock decided to take a shortcut across the rink.
The sheep, however, were afraid of the ice and wouldn’t cross it.
Desperate, the shepherd began tugging them to the other side.
“Look at that,” remarked Phil to Will. “The guy is trying to pull the wool over our ice!”
Q: How do Eskimos like to travel to Alaska?
A: On icicles built for two.
Q: What do you get if you cross a ghost with a refrigerator?
A: A sheet of ice!
Q: How did our feline friend put the iceman out of business?
A: Cat got his tong(s)!
“icebox! icebox! can someone say ‘meat locker?'”
– from somewhere around davepoobond’s high school
“Greenland is just a piece of ice”
“what is this? light that turns into ice?”
– The Pirates of Dark Water
“do you have ice in your veins?”
– from the TV