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In a country where there’s no ice cream, it’s easy to be fooled by a seemingly innocuous item.

We’ve seen the fake ice cream cones, the fake plastic cups, the homemade snow cones.

But how can you tell if someone is a scammer?

It’s possible to spot a scam with a few simple tools.

You can find out for yourself if they’re scamming you by checking out these tips.

1.

What do you see when you look at a real ice cream?

This is the easiest part.

There are a lot of fake ice creams out there.

But they’re all made from the same stuff: the same kind of plastic.

And you can actually see the same type of plastic on fake ice packs.

What you don’t see is the real thing.

That plastic, which is usually used for packaging and is not recycled, is used to make fake ice cones.

2.

Are they real?

The fake ice pops come in two main varieties: “Real” and “Fake”.

Real ice pops have a clear plastic coating on them that doesn’t look real at all.

The real thing, however, is a plastic sheet made of styrene, which, when melted, becomes what we call a gel.

This gel can be used to create fake ice.

But it also makes a very good ice cream.

And the fake ones, which look more like plastic sheets, can be a real deal.

3.

How long does it take to make a fake ice cone?

To make fake “real” ice cones, you need to cut out the gel.

The fake one, by contrast, will be ready to go in just two minutes.

How to spot fake ice: 1.

A fake ice sheet will look a lot like the real one.

2: It’ll look very much like the fake one.

3: It’s going to look like the REAL one.

4: It will look very different from the real ice.

So be careful if you see a fake “fake” ice sheet.

5.

A real ice cone is thicker than a fake one and a lot less sticky than a real one, making it easier to get in and out of.

But a fake will usually look like a regular ice cone when it comes out of the freezer.

What to look for: When you see one of these fake ice pieces, it may be hard to tell the difference.

But if it’s a real thing (or a fake) you’ll know it’s fake.

And if it looks like the other fake, you know it has real ice in it.

It’s a good sign to look out for this.

6.

Fake ice isn’t just a problem for the rich.

Fake is a good word for fake ice, and if you want to make your own fake ice you need a lot more than a few plastic sheets.

So if you’re a big ice cream consumer, you may want to be careful.

7.

How do I know if it is real or not?

Fake ice is usually made from styrene.

This is plastic that is usually not recycled.

This plastic will stick to your hands and even to your ice cream containers.

So, if you don, you might have a real fake ice that’s too sticky to eat.

And it can ruin your ice, too.

If it looks too good to be true, it probably is. 8.

Are there any brands or flavors out there that are fake?

No.

There’s only a few brands that are truly fake.

One of these is a company called the Superfancy Ice Cream Company, which sells a variety of ice cream flavors.

They make fake versions of flavors like “Bacon” and other types of ice cones that look fake.

You’ll also find ice creamer brands like Superfasty.

9.

Is there a way to tell if it tastes fake?

Some ice cream companies offer ice cream samples that look a little bit like real ice, but the fake ingredients won’t really change the taste.

You should be able to tell it’s real when it has a slight amount of a gel, like a gel that’s not really there.

Some ice companies also offer “fake taste tests”, which look like real samples and taste a little like real flavors.

But these fake flavors won’t change the flavor.

What about that plastic?

You can tell if a fake is real if it has some of the same plastic that’s used for a lot other things.

If you’re buying ice cream from a store, for example, you’ll likely see a plastic cone.

If the plastic is clear, you’re probably buying fake ice ice.

That’s why the real cones won’t stick to the freezer as well.

The trick to detecting fake ice is to be wary.

If there’s a gel on the top of the cone, you should be suspicious.

If not, then the cone might not be fake.

10.

What is a fake plastic ice cone made of?

A lot of people confuse plastic ice with ice cream or