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Don't use an old stool or rubber stopper to keep your door open, that's so boring. Liven up your doorway with the Scoops: Ice Cream Door Stop. At first glance, it looks like someone dropped their ice cream on your carpet, but on closer inspection, you'll see that it's actually sweet, summery door stop. It's perfect if you're hosting an ice cream social or makes a great gift for the ice cream lover in your life. You'll be surprised how many people will give your doorstop a second look and then be amazed when they realize the truth. Welcome in some sweet summer fun with the Scoops: Ice Cream Door Stop.
A Rocky Road
I know there are a ton of people out there bored to tears with shoving wooden planks and other random items under their doors, but now you can have the Scoops: Ice Cream Door Stop. It looks like someone dropped their ice cream cone, but it’s really a cleverly disguised doorstop. Muahahahahaha!
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Ice Cream Shaped Door Stop
- Made from plastic
- Works on smooth or hard surfaces
- Perfect around your home or office
Who Would Love the Scoops: Ice Cream Door Stop?
Do you know someone that absolutely adores a sweet treat? Does their house look like two German kids are going to come and start eating it at any minute? They’ll love the Scoops: Ice Cream Door Stop. It fits in with the ice cream parlor/ diner décor that many kitchens sport.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will this ice cream melt in the heat?
Odds are you’ll be propping the door open to get a little circulation going and some fresh air into the home. That wouldn’t work too well if the doorstop melted at the first sign of spring. It also would suck for your carpet. No worries, the doorstop is like all the ice cream on commercials…completely fake.
Will my dog try and lick it?
I don’t know, does your dog like to lick a lot of things? Animals are attracted to smells and not so much looks. They might sniff it a few times, but when it doesn’t taste like creamy vanilla, they’ll back off or pee on it. It will likely be one of the two, but licking is a distant third.