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choachobar 12-09-2015 @ 7:16 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Came acrossed this site and got a kick out of it.  I grew up just outside of Philly and the Jack and Jill ice cream truck came around every day.  I ended up with the nick name Choachobar, Choach for short.  Evan a song. Joey you want a rocket no I want a choachobar, joey you want an ice cream sandwich no I want a choachobar and so on.  I got the nick name in the 60s and when I see some of the old neighborhood boys they still call me choach today. A great malted ice cream stick

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how do I show a photo of the original cup with the
clown?

Jim 01-29-2015 @ 7:58 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Since the 2003 blog posts, it's interesting to read the different
experiences with what is called the Cho Cho malt ice cream treat.
The Cho Cho that I knew and loved came on a stick in a round 5-oz
size cup with a colorful clown picture on the wrapper. This was during
the late 40's thru 60's. It wasn't the typical Eskamo pie type thing with
a coating or crunch........just a smooth malt ice cream......you rolled
the cup between your hands to soften the frozen treat, then when the
malt was softened, the clown wrapper could be slipped off revealing
a malt treat with a perfect consistency for licking!!  I think the clown
wrapper and process was part of the fun.

Best Regards, Jim




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