At Hollywood's Seminole Casino, Take a Lick at Vanilla Ice

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Nothing like getting all literal this Saturday, the night of the free Vanilla Ice concert at Seminole Casino Hollywood's Chillfest Outdoor Block Party. 

Just before showtime, Cold Stone Creamery will host-you guessed it-a vanilla ice cream eating contest at 6:30 p.m.

What kind of contest are we talking about:
Most seductive cone lick? Best Vanilla Ice impersonation? Or is this an old fashioned face-stuffer? Seems like the latter would be a lay-up, since melted ice cream makes for easy drinking. Let me tell you, it's events like this that remind me I'm not in Kansas anymore.

Sign-up starts at 3 p.m. Winnings include $2500 in cash and prizes. 

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