Please don’t get mad at me; overloading college credits while taking a part-time internship kept me very busy. But, since I juggled both plus a TEDx talk on childhood creativity around vending machines LiNkEd below My voice just went crazy. Linked below. I think you and I deserve a homemade ice cream celebration. Introducing the Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Maker 3100. Everything you need is housed on a 16 by 16 base plate excluding 29 flavors and the cups. Each bottle holds 3/4 of cup of half-and-half… …2 tablespoons of sugar, and 2 teaspoons of a respective extract. I’d like to think I’m a good pourer, as I always hold a plastic cup before I fill it from a pitcher. But you know what? One little milk dribble lowered my spirits and the rest was a sugary wasteland. The pumps are inhibited by the flavors switch’s position, preventing airflow. It’s like pushing a syringe with a finger covering the tip: air is only so compressible. You can either tire your arm for 10 minutes or consult my homeboy Steppy. Yo Steppy! Make sure your torque and rpm be poppin’! Okay master. A regret with the McFlurry maker was how difficult it was to dispense ice cream. But with this airtight plunger, those days are over. ElectryDragonite:Cool machine, but no one likes me and ice cream. AstonishingStudios: ElectryDragonite? What are you doing here? ElectryDragonite: The truth brought me here. Give the people what they want. AstonishingStudios: Alright. You got it. I did say we deserve ice cream, and I know you are not a mid lover. So this one’s for you. The assembly involves a repurposed almond tin, giant syringe, spice lid and a lot of hot glue. Spoons placed in the disposal area are washed and reused. Thank you for being merciful during my time off YouTube. I’ve grown hungry for video making as a result and intend to use most of my summer creating machines. Make sure to check out the TEDx talk and ElectryDragonite’s awesome channel below and I’ll see you later. Oh, that wasn’t even funny.