No one is sure why newly installed White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer hates Dippin’ Dots — the flash-frozen, beaded ice cream snack sold vending machines and at ballparks — so much, but his feud with the company has been the subject of national headlines this week.
Inexplicably, Spicer has spent the past seven years insulting the space-age treat on Twitter. Starting in 2010, the White House press secretary insisted that “Dippin Dots is NOT the ice cream of the future,” in contrast to the company’s motto.
Now, there’s a website that allows ice cream fans to send a package of Dippin’ Dots to Spicer with a single click.
Senddippindots.com will mail Spicer the frozen treat for 6 dollars, payable with credit card or even Bitcoin — the cash of the future.
Why? As the website states, you should send Dippin’ Dots to Spicer “because he’s going to be really annoyed by it.”