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Not-so-Instagramable How to Train Your Dragon ice cream available in M’sia for RM1.50

But probably tastes good.

Fasiha Nazren | January 28, 11:11 am

Many people are going crazy over Toothless the dragon merchandise with the new How to Train Your Dragon (HTTYD) movie being screened in cinemas.

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So it’s no surprise that there’s going to be an ice cream version of it too.

Toothless the dragon ice cream in Malaysia

Nestle Malaysia just launched two limited edition HTTYD-themed popsicles.

The Toothless popsicle is grape-flavoured while its counterpart, Light Fury, is lychee and grape-flavoured.

Expectation vs reality

While the packaging looks fancy, this is what it looks like on the inside:

via @NURULQ95 on Twitter

But to be fair, the advertisement didn’t set a high bar for its aesthetics too:

Screenshot from Nestle Malaysia

And in case you’re still interested, the popsicles are available at convenience stores in Malaysia for RM1.50 (S$0.49).

Confused reactions

It goes without saying that a lot of Malaysians who bought the ice cream was a little confused by its appearance.

“It doesn’t look like Toothless at all.”

“Toothless ice cream. I was excited when I bought it, but was confused when I opened it. Is that Toothless?”

But at least the ice cream tastes good to some people:

“Toothless ice cream… It doesn’t look like Toothless at all, but it’s ok. Grape-flavoured ice cream that’s soft and isn’t sour.”

“That Toothless ice cream tastes good.”

Top image from @intanotie and @hafeezry

About Fasiha Nazren

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