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Here’s a Tumblr dedicated to Biden’s chilling habit, eating frosty treats ?

Liked our #bidenmemes? Here's something even sweeter.

This guy. (AP Photo/The Des Moines Register/Bryon Houlgrave via Tumblr)

We recently gave you our top 20 #bidenmemes of everyone’s favorite Delawarean, Joe Biden.
Today? We decided to dig into Uncle Joe’s past and we found something very chilling … a frosty treat habit. That’s right, the Vice President really likes ice cream, so much that there’s an entire Tumblr dedicated to it.
“I am a genuine lover of ice cream. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. But I eat a lot of ice cream,” Biden said during a call to the Penny Ice Creamery in Santa Cruz back in 2010.
What a guy.
Here’s shot of him enjoying a treat at a Dairy Queen drive-in:

The way that man looks at his ice cream:

Joe just can’t get enough:

Ice cream rules everything around me:

But sometimes, Joe likes to share his ice cream. What a sweetheart:

We’re still trying to figure out his favorite flavor, but I promise you, we’ve got our best reporters on the job.
Check out the rest of the collection at the official Joe Biden Eats Ice Cream Tumblr. Still can’t enough of Biden and ice cream? Well, a four-year-old petition for a Biden-themed Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor has just been brought back to life by a couple of supporters.
Interested in getting behind the cause? You can do so at (But we will come out and say that maybe there are more important petitions to be signing, too.)

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