What would you do for a Klondike bar?
The commercials ask in the catchy jingle... what would YOU do?
Absolutely nothing at all since have no idea what a Klondike bar is.
a Klondike bar is a super awesome square ice cream covered in super awesome chocolate.
For a Klondike Bar I would absolutely outsource a crazy act to India to earn my prize without lifting a finger.
Eww. 'Nuff said.
Okay, I have to make my answer longer. Let's see. I wouldn't do anything for that. I might eat it occasionally if it happened to be in my fridge and I wanted something cold to eat.
HA I got one! I had to leave my desk, go to the kitchen and open the fridge to get a Klondike bar!
hahaha this is awesome. i would sing to the top of my lungs it's raining men while wearing a yellow rain suit. the recesses klondike bars are insanely good.
not one single stupid thing
I would not even walk across the street if they were on special 8 for a dollar
they are severly overated, they are not even "good" ice cream
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Do you like ice cream?What would you do for a Klondike Bar?
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