Chicago White Sox to Sell 3-Pound Sundae in Hopes of Killing Their Fans
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack…and a three-pound ice cream sundae.
The Chicago White Sox, who are not expected to make much noise in the playoff race this year, will make a lot of noise in the culinary field this season. The team has announced it will sell a three-pound, 12-scoop ice cream sundae that will only set you back $17.
White Sox to sell a 12-scoop, banana split in a full-size batting helmet for $17 pic.twitter.com/8VxocsFDDe
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) March 26, 2014
Lost in the hullabaloo is the fact the Sox will also offer fans bacon on a stick, in what can only be considered a ploy to make fans sick to their stomachs while they get sick to the their stomachs watching the team play.
— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) March 26, 2014
Not to be outdone, the Texas Rangers will also sell the bacon treat, in addition to frozen beer. Forget about catching a foul ball — you have a better chance of catching heart disease at this stadium.
— Richard Durrett (@espn_durrett) March 26, 2014