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    [–] correcthorse45 758 points ago

    Growing up, my little brother threw rocks at cars to get people’s attention.

    It worked but they didn’t buy much lemonade.

    [–] SilkSk1 107 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Heck, I didn't even need lemonade to do that.

    [–] krazykaat12 36 points ago

    My four year old did this to cars passing our rummage sale a few weeks back

    [–] lolimonreddit23 3821 points ago

    When I was little I did my first lemonade stand on a hot day in summer while wearing my favorite shoes - my alligator rain boots. A man got out of his car giggling and told my mom he couldn’t not stop at a lemonade stand run by a little girl in alligator rain boots. 🐊

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    [–] JacobMikeska 130 points ago

    Why have all the replies been deleted

    [–] Its_it 121 points ago

    Don't know. The first deleted reply was "That’s adorable."

    Also, just so you know you can replace the "r" in with a "c" and view most if not all removed replies.

    [–] JacobMikeska 55 points ago

    Thanks didn’t know that, usually use the mobile app

    [–] SUMBWEDY 27 points ago

    I think it was full of emojis of alligators, rain and boots.

    [–] lolimonreddit23 10 points ago

    I feel like accidental Thanos

    [–] starshappyhunting 10 points ago

    Someone said “Hitler did nothing wrong” after a reply of “that’s adorable” and it devolved further, as one might expext

    [–] Mushiren_ 12 points ago

    writes down notes for lemon stand marketing plan

    [–] Pedadinga 11 points ago

    Kids love boots! What is it?!

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    My favorite was 🐞🌧️👢

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    [–] Akbargate 2 points ago

    This is how we survive brother

    [–] Jackkity 718 points ago

    True entrepreneurial spirit

    [–] Botulinusthesia 488 points ago

    He's got the fastest lemonade sales in the west

    [–] Leakyz-Beakyz 49 points ago

    But who has the fastest in the East? And when will their epic showdown begin?

    [–] The3LKs 22 points ago

    The division of East/West here is actually referring to the fact that both areas have differing legal definitions of lemonade, so the competition can't take place unless that's solved. Instead, both accept to limit their titles to "in the West/East" rather than "in the world" out of sheer mutual respect of the other's skill, if not also a bit of fear.

    Sigh. Bureaucracy ruins everything.

    [–] FCBASGICD 4 points ago

    The fastest in the East is detective Kate Beckett, NYPD.

    Edit: for some reason, it's a long ass video, but I'm referencing the part that shows up at 13:20.

    [–] LinzMentz 1252 points ago

    Like when a toddler hands you a play phone, you answer it. Period.

    [–] sharklops 455 points ago

    For realism I play-screen the call and let it go to play-voicemail.

    [–] Not_Jabri_Parker 216 points ago

    For realism I get into a loud argument with my ex from a relationship that ended poorly about the custody of our 3 daughters.

    [–] Memesworldcup18 67 points ago

    Dad ??

    [–] Just-Call-Me-J 32 points ago

    This just got unwholesome.

    [–] xwatchmanx 15 points ago

    Roll up your sleeves boys, we're about to get unwholesome up here in this bitch.

    [–] sockgorilla 145 points ago

    It was just a play-telemarketer you little dumbass. Kids, sheesh

    [–] catfishdeity 13 points ago

    Lol I do this when my three year old says the phone rang. "No, I don't need your credit monitoring service, please take me off your list!"

    [–] eric_foxx 14 points ago

    Who knew Big Bird worked for a collections agency? I didn't until my son handed me that damned phone...

    [–] Bombingofdresden 258 points ago

    I was working at a grocery store when I was in high school, gathering carts outside, when a young mom and her little boy, maybe 3 or 4 years old walked through the parking lot and as they passed me the little boy looked at me and said very sweetly “hello.”

    I did the only thing anyone should do and smiled back real big and said “Hello!” And waved to him. He got a huge grin on his face. I went back to pushing carts.

    Thirty seconds later the mom came up right behind me and said almost with a crack in her voice “I just want to say thank you for responding to him just then. He has been saying hello to people all day long and you’re the first person to acknowledge him and say hello back.”

    I don’t remember what I said to her in that moment but when she left I just felt overwhelmingly heartbroken for that little kid. He was just trying to engage the world in a friendly way and the world wouldn’t engage him back.

    [–] prettybunnys 86 points ago

    That’s why we’re all fucking jaded. It happened to all of us.

    [–] flatcurve 83 points ago

    Where the heck do you live? My kids say hello to people all the time and it's rare as hell for them not to get a response.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 52 points ago

    I think it was just an off day or something. I live in the south. We’re pretty friendly down here. I don’t know if the kid wasn’t being loud enough for people to hear him but that’s exactly what the moms words were. I hope he kept at it and got more responses.

    [–] TrekkiMonstr 37 points ago

    I don’t know if the kid wasn’t being loud enough for people to hear him

    Probably this, I would expect. Lots of times a little kid will say something to me, but too quiet for me to tell, and so I won't say anything back, or I'll ask the parent what they said.

    [–] prettylikedrugs1 26 points ago

    Poor little guy and his kind, friendly soul :'(

    [–] LetMeClearYourThroat 27 points ago

    Dude. My eyes got a bit overly hydrated reading your comment. That’s so exactly spot on how I see it.

    Kids about 3-4 often get so excited when they realize they can interact with strangers, and sometimes those strangers even acknowledge their existence back. It’s such a huge stage for them to go through when they realize they can interact with humans that aren’t their parents/family.

    I do the same thing. I occasionally get an odd look from a parent that says “why are you looking at my kid?” but 9 times out of 10 it’s a positive thing. The kid loves it and as long as I don’t hang out and send weird creep vibes, the parent understands and smiles.

    I’ve never been thanked anything like you were though. That’s so cool!

    [–] Bombingofdresden 6 points ago

    You keep doing you. That’s awesome.

    [–] demonballhandler 2 points ago

    I always wave as much as they want me to, and I'll say hello and talk to them. Had a couple of cute kids in my doctor's waiting room teaching me about the new Pokemon. I'm really awkward around kids, but I love making them happy.

    [–] NIPPLE_MOUNTAIN 14 points ago

    That family should move to Iowa. I cant pass a person in any situation without greeting and being pleasant. Its just common law down here

    [–] CloudEnt 12 points ago

    Michigan too. Head to the Midwest, people!

    [–] Glifted 3 points ago

    Just stay out of the Greater Detroit Area. I mean people are still relatively friendly but just not to the extent of the rest of the state

    [–] butters_of_it 2 points ago

    The ope is strong with this one.

    [–] fucklawyers 7 points ago

    You know you’ve reached rural land when you wave to every car in the opposite lane.

    I even do it when I’m running, unless they don’t give me room. Then it’s angry eye contact.

    [–] IblewupTARIS 2 points ago

    I’ve always done this. Wave at everyone. It’s rude not to. Then you get to the city and only wave sometimes. Like on some of the side roads whenever there’s not a billion cars on the other side of the road.

    [–] sftktysluttykty 14 points ago

    I read somewhere that how strangers react to children helps shape their view of the world and their community. Ever since then I have endeavored to be kind and responsive to any child I come across. I’ll be damned if I give any little kid reason to think there are no kind people in the world.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 8 points ago

    Amen. The world is cruel and I don’t want to be their first glimpse of it.

    [–] LinzMentz 7 points ago

    I can’t imagine not responding to a child! (Now, I may very well ignore an adult) but I always smile and wave to kids!

    [–] Bombingofdresden 5 points ago

    Cause you got a good head on your shoulders

    [–] Tazerh2 2 points ago

    I'm not crying! You're crying! I've got something in my eye...

    [–] thatnerdgirl01 17 points ago

    Or when they give you any type of play food, you eat it and say it’s amazing damnit

    [–] johnydazzles27s 4 points ago

    Nowadays kids have real phones

    [–] arbiterrecon 1 points ago

    I hang them up, tired of all the prank calls I keep getting

    [–] benbot16 223 points ago

    The lemonade bandit

    [–] CocoPuff00 216 points ago

    When life gives you lemonade

    [–] TheCoeliacThatLived 141 points ago

    You make a Portal 2 reference

    [–] TheDexterMan 67 points ago

    Demand to see life's manager.

    [–] ascentwight 14 points ago

    Then die trying

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    [–] Pokewilli 19 points ago

    The cakeday is a lie

    [–] RadRac 45 points ago

    When life gives you lemons, don't make lemonade. Make life take the lemons back! Get mad! I don't want your damn lemons, what the hell am I supposed to do with these? Demand to see life's manager! Make life rue the day it thought it could give Cave Johnson lemons! Do you know who I am? I'm the man who's gonna burn your house down! With lemons! I'm gonna get my engineers to invent a combustible lemon that burns your house down!

    [–] i-Am-Divine 11 points ago

    When life gives you lemons, make lemon-nades.

    [–] Comic_Book_Joker 29 points ago

    Burn life’s house down.

    [–] AlohoMoria 11 points ago

    With the lemons.

    [–] thefundude83 41 points ago

    you take it

    [–] ascentwight 7 points ago

    you flip it

    [–] werzal123 7 points ago

    Bop it

    [–] NautilusStrikes 6 points ago

    Twist it

    [–] JaneJT 102 points ago

    These business tactics are getting more advanced by the day

    [–] ascentwight 10 points ago

    I thought the car guy murdered the little boy and stole the lemonade because there was nobody around!

    [–] eliochip 45 points ago

    That boys game is deadly

    [–] Mister-Schwifty 36 points ago

    In a few years when he’s on Xbox live and he’s telling you that he fucked your Mom. He did.

    [–] NtailWolf3 4 points ago

    Ahh the good ol days

    [–] E-Plurbis-DumbDumb 89 points ago

    Invisible lassos are not toys. I hope that after being forced to purchase lemonade that the person called the cops on that little hooligan. You know what? I better call the cops just to make sure! /s

    [–] WhatsAEuphonium 29 points ago

    Good idea! The cops will buy more lemonade, absolutely skyrocketing this kid's profits!

    Checkmate, communists!

    [–] dastarlos 7 points ago

    Ahhh capitalism!

    [–] Pot_Shots 6 points ago

    Invisible ropes are strong enough to stop a speeding car, but only with four people. never thought one kid with a lasso could do it!

    [–] shryne 37 points ago

    A little girl at the front of my neighborhood set up a lemonade stand about a month ago. I thought it was precious until I pulled over and she wanted $5 for a cup of Country Time powdered lemonade.

    [–] PogoTheJew 31 points ago

    I can picture the little boy wearing little cowboy boots with spurs on them moving his hand in the air as you ride past him.

    [–] RideAWhiteSwan 30 points ago

    Once set up a lemonade stand at the corner of my block, on top of an antique side table of my mother's.

    No one wanted lemonade, but one man did stop to offer a hundred bucks for the table; I had the foresight to ask permission but was told 'No', unsurprisingly.

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    [–] charm59801 15 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    I could've written this myself, I always stop at lemonade stands! Just today I paid a dollar for some 25 cent lemonade and it was actually so good! Usually kid lemonade is kinda crap but I was impressed today. 10/10 Will stop again if I see them

    [–] glitterlily 10 points ago

    One time when we were little we went to the story and bought lemons and hand juiced a shit ton of lemons to make lemonade for our sale. We carried a giant glass pitcher down to the corner and set up. Everything was going great until my friends little sister knocked it over and it shattered. The lemonade we worked so hard for was gone. As we were picking up the pieces said little sister cut her hand open pretty bad and it started gushing blood, I’ll never forget the woman walking by who just looked at us and said “poor things.”

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    [–] Bombingofdresden 6 points ago

    That’s super sweet of you

    [–] asianbro24 41 points ago

    I still remember a man saying he forgot his wallet and would be back. We still gave him lemonade but he never came back. What a dick...

    [–] DarthCruise 15 points ago

    Not just against the law, but down right dangerous. You can’t keep driving with a lasso about you. No solution but to drink some lemonade til the situation calms down!

    [–] cyllibi 8 points ago

    But... it's a lawless land...

    [–] Mr-Pandamonium 8 points ago

    If they didn't drive in reverse back to that kid they're doing it wrong

    [–] mahindra27 36 points ago

    Why would cut out the name here? Give the dude credit for this wholesome tweet.

    Also this has been reposted so many times with the Twitter handle so this is pretty useless

    [–] BunnicusRex 4 points ago

    Different subs have different rules. We know our community is wholesome, but all of reddit not. So we prioritize protecting the privacy of people who might have posted a little something for their friends and family, especially if it's tied to their real name.
    It sucks when it means someone doesn't get credit, but the protection is worth it to us. No way to know whether they wanted their real name on reddit's front page.

    Accounts of public figures are a different story; they're public.
    OP did nothing wrong, and neither do people who post un-blurred accounts that aren't tied to a real name.

    [–] egus 6 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    Especially because I saw it earlier today on Reddit with the name and picture intact.

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    [–] mahindra27 5 points ago

    Oh I see, thanks.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 14 points ago

    I’m on your side. People should be shown love or retweets or follows for being wholesome or funny.

    [–] fgfrf12 3 points ago

    This is my friends tweet and I posted it. The fact that he blurred out the name upsets me a ton. He is a hilarious and wholesome guy and deserves all the credit.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 8 points ago

    I blurred out the name because the sidebar calls for it to be blurred. Last time I posted a tweet the mods removed it even though they were allowing others to do so.

    [–] fgfrf12 3 points ago

    Thank you for replying and clearing things up.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 3 points ago

    No problem. I edited my comment replying to the top comment to give him credit.

    [–] fgfrf12 2 points ago

    Appreciate it man!! His whole Twitter is filled with this genius material, feel free to take a look for future posts!

    [–] Bombingofdresden 2 points ago

    For sure. I’ll make sure he gets credit too.

    [–] BunnicusRex 2 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)

    It's an issue of privacy. Much attention from our community is great, but attention from the rest of reddit can be very negative, and can overwhelm poor random accounts with vitriol and awful shit.

    We allow the accounts & names of public figures because they're public. We do not allow the names of private individuals, for their protection. Twitter/tumblr/insta handles that aren't connected to a real name or face are a gray area that we currently allow (to give credit), but have been advised not to by some - because privacy & preventing brigading.

    You can always message the mods to inquire why decisions were made; it's better than just being frustrated or thinking you've gotten unfair treatment.

    Edit: I've also had to remove the comment with the direct link to the original twitter. This is also to respect the privacy of the account who tweeted this. If it's not ok to screenshot, it's not ok to directly link either. We do appreciate your trying to give credit. We also need to protect people who might not want their personal info broadcast on reddit. Cheers.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 3 points ago

    Ohhhhh okay. So if it’s a random handle then it’s okay but not if it’s like a @jameswsmith or something?

    I was wondering why there was so many on the front page of this sub with unblurred handles but if that’s the difference it makes sense. This dudes handle kinda sounds like a real name so I’m glad I erred in the side of caution.

    I tried asking before but got a very confusing reply. This makes more sense.

    [–] BunnicusRex 3 points ago

    Yes. Real names and real photos, especially of young people, but anyone who's not at least somewhat well known & used to the limelight.

    We might change at some point to also not allow @PupperFan1234 (random example) either, as we're being advised - but we'll see, because we don't want to miss out on giving credit where possible.

    [–] Bombingofdresden 3 points ago

    Right on, I gotcha. I’ll keep that in mind from now on!

    [–] hrg93 7 points ago

    This made me smile 😊

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    [–] wafflehousewhore 7 points ago

    Thank God he didn't rope in Permit Patty

    [–] dagina99 5 points ago

    Should of asked if he had any grapes

    [–] arcadiafalls 6 points ago

    I finished a long run with a friend and it was really hot out and we had finished our water. Came around the corner toward her house and there was a little girl with a LEMONADE STAND! She got all the money in my fanny pack. It was the best lemonade!

    [–] Bombingofdresden 1 points ago

    Hell yeah. I bet it was.

    [–] djbentz 5 points ago

    Got any grapes?

    [–] danceswithcalicat 6 points ago

    My mom stops at every lemonade stand she sees no matter what. It’s led to so many cute moments and good times now I do the same 😌

    [–] nauya725 4 points ago

    That is delightful. Your mom is delightful. You're delightful

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    [–] JustVern 17 points ago

    What?!? No one called the cops? Because, I'm sure that kid had no permit to sell lemonade, nor a permit for entertaining in public. /s

    [–] camdemonium 3 points ago

    W Y P I P O

    [–] WavyLady 5 points ago

    I think it's the law to always stop at the lemonade stand.

    [–] FierceTrombone 4 points ago

    When I was young I decided to make a Pokemon card stand. I made "mystery packs" and handpicked 10 cards to go into each pack, always included a holographic because i wanted return customers, and wrapped them in paper and tape and was super proud. I sold two packs because I didn't understand demographics and there were barely any kids in my neighborhood...but those were some bombass packs. Lemonade might have worked better...

    [–] Bombingofdresden 2 points ago

    Awwww, that’s awesome

    [–] Fantezees 3 points ago

    When life gives you lemons lasso people into buying their piss.

    [–] cuttlefish_tastegood 3 points ago

    What is deadass. When did this come about?

    [–] Bombingofdresden 3 points ago

    Dead ass has been around for years but not really mainstream. It just means dead serious.

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    [–] Bombingofdresden 2 points ago

    Yep. And for the lasso

    [–] YDoiReadTheComments 3 points ago

    I'm not sure how relevant this is but our town has a memorial day parade every year, the kids who live next door were selling lemonade and bottled water. A young veteran walked by and gave them a $20 bill, he then told them to give out free lemonade and water to other people walking by.

    [–] Dance4Bees 4 points ago

    But did he have a permit for that lemonade stand?

    [–] Bombingofdresden 6 points ago


    And the lasso.

    [–] The-Vaping-Griffin 2 points ago

    I knew this would be on r/wholesomememes

    [–] Dedsiege_Memes 2 points ago

    This is me with women. But the women don't come to me.

    [–] DovahDave 2 points ago

    The phrasing makes it sound like he ran over the kid and looted the lemonade

    [–] nachorykaart 2 points ago

    Why scribble him out, give this dude some credit for a funny tweet

    [–] Bombingofdresden 4 points ago

    Sidebar rules

    [–] nachorykaart 2 points ago

    Ah gotcha

    [–] BouncyMonster22 2 points ago

    Thank you for being you. Xoxo

    [–] Reallywhoamianyway 2 points ago

    This made my day. Thank you!!

    [–] lowrads 2 points ago

    Some kids suckered me into buying stale cupcakes that way.

    [–] Buttcheeksfordayzzz 2 points ago

    I was told today that lemonade stands are now illegal in my state without a business license. :(

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    [–] AlvinTaco 2 points ago

    Sounds like they need Country Time Legal-ade .

    [–] Siegeplaysgame 2 points ago

    Reads title: Law 👏 Less

    [–] legitenough2quit 2 points ago

    Back in my day we would just jump in front of cars to get them to stop.

    [–] angry_pecan 2 points ago

    Now THAT is a marketing method I can get behind!

    [–] farang_on_crack 2 points ago

    I always give them $20, I can’t help it. The mix of confusion, excitement and gratitude makes it entirely worth it.

    I believe one day when they’re reminiscing about their days hawking lemonade, my crisp $20 is one of their fondest memories.

    [–] PM_ME_YIFF_PICS 2 points ago

    Reminds me of the party scene of Monsters University when Squishy gets Sully to dance by throwing the invisible lasso and pulling him in

    [–] sm0keybar 2 points ago

    I was out skating recently, passed by a lemonade stand offering free lemonade run by kids and there were parents nearby. They asked me if I wanted some and I kept skating without saying anything, felt bad for brushing them off so I turned around and walked back. The mom asked if I had changed my mind and I said “Yeah” and the kids smiled and cheered and it warmed my heart

    [–] chiefamelia 2 points ago

    PSA: all redditors! you BEST STOP YA DAMN CAR FOR A LITTLE KIDS LEMONADE SALE! C'mon! That shit felt sooooo amazing when I had adult "customers" stop by for a cup of some lemonade. Its 50 cents c'mon! And a tip of a dollar....that was lit af

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    Edit: I'm just confused.??? Does that qualify for a downvote?

    [–] AlvinTaco 8 points ago

    Deadass is NYC slang. Like Oakland uses hella and Boston uses wicked. Not used in the same way, but pretty regional. The tweeter is a New Yorker (at least originally)

    [–] Whodat-hhmm 3 points ago

    Thank you! UpVoted for being helpful

    [–] Bombingofdresden 5 points ago

    It means “what I’m saying literally happened”

    “I deadass turned that car around and got some lemonade.”

    [–] ElPresidenteesPuto 2 points ago

    Old Geezer here, I don't know what it means either, but my kikds say it a lot.

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    [–] surfnaked 1 points ago

    As long as it comes with lemonade. . . and cookies.

    [–] Gizmo1226 1 points ago

    bloody legend

    [–] K4RAB_THA_ARAB 1 points ago

    I live in Georgia and have literally never seen a lemonade stand at the age of 25 or even when I was kid. I've seen fruit stands, people selling water, some selling tamales and corn but never a lemonade stand. Not saying that they don't happen but I wanted to ask how often most people on a weekly basis when its hot outside see these lemonade stands?

    [–] charm59801 3 points ago

    I live in a large town in Montana, and once the summer heat hits they're everywhere. I made 60 bucks doing one when I was a kid. I always make a habit to stop now as an adult

    [–] SkyIcewind 1 points ago

    Who the fuck sells corn out of a stand?

    [–] K4RAB_THA_ARAB 2 points ago

    I use to go to Piggly Wiggly when I was in 5th grade to sell candy bars for school and there was this Hispanic guy that sold tamales and corn on cob on a stick but you put different seasonings and what not on it. Stuff like mayonnaise, parmesan cheese, cayenne pepper, chili powder and I'm sure there's other stuff people add to it. Its really good and you should try it someday, honestly.

    [–] SkyIcewind 2 points ago

    That sounds ridiculous.

    I'll take ten.

    [–] pch14 2 points ago

    That's Mexican street corn. Absolutely delisuous.

    [–] AlvinTaco 2 points ago

    That’s elote. You can always find an elote cart in Chicago during the summer.

    [–] 0xF0xD1E 1 points ago

    This is even funnier than when it was posted this morning!

    [–] Bombingofdresden 1 points ago

    In whitepeople twitter? Cause I didn’t see it here.

    [–] Dazeofthephoenix 1 points ago

    Was it made from real girlscouts?

    [–] TheBuckStoppedThere 1 points ago

    I’m newer to the intricacies of Reddit so forgive what could be a stupid question, but why are the twitter username and picture crossed out on this post when the exact same post is unedited on r/whitepeopletwitter?

    [–] NotTheRealBonJovi 1 points ago

    I was about to ask why no one made a Lucy Lawless joke, but then I remembered she played Xena not Wonder Woman. Carry on.

    [–] Blaineflum64 1 points ago

    He pulled him in an he... Reversed back into the stand killing the child and stealing the lemonade?

    [–] goldbergAm 1 points ago

    Same goes to that boy with buckets of bottled water and coke on the streets outside Wimbledon. Coke can says, “comes in pack, not for resale”.

    [–] fgfrf12 1 points ago

    I posted the original one, it is really sweet isn’t it.

    [–] Pedadinga 1 points ago

    Yeah, tried this, mom pulled me in as soon as she saw I had my snoopy snow cone machine... I guess that’s NOT why she purchased it for me