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This article was published on August 23, 2012

    Here are 334 comments about a recipe for ice cubes that you have to read

    Here are 334 comments about a recipe for ice cubes that you have to read
    Drew Olanoff
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    The Interent is a wonderful thing. You can find information on just about any topic, including recipes for your favorite meals. However, what happens when a seemingly innocuous recipe for ice cubes gets posted on Food.com? Absolute hilarity.

    Even though you might already be able to make your own ice cubes, this recipe is too awesome not to post before I get to the funny comments:

    It appears to be a serious attempt to help people make…ice cubes. Here are my favorite comments, but keep in mind that there are 334 that you simply must read:

    This next one makes sense:

    Hate when this happens:

    You’re welcome, enjoy.