Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long are Sweet on Kilwin's

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It looks like Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long really are sweet on each other. Or, at least they share a love of ice cream.

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The celebrity couple, who have been linked together since August 2013, were recently spotted at the Lake Worth Kilwin's where they cooled off with some ice cream. The Mama Mia star ordered a sundae with a cherry on top, while Long chose cake batter ice cream in a cup.

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According to Raffy Abraham, owner of the sweet shop that specializes in house made fudge and other treats (the man shown "ice cream" sandwiched between the celebrities) Seyfried and Long are "very nice people" who frequent the shop whenever they're in town.

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