King of Pops

I’ve been after this one a while!  I was workin’ day and night to find it.  I wouldn’t stop till I got it.  No one would beat me to it.  And it was a thrill to find.  Shall I go on?  From Atlanta, Georgia.


Beaches & Cream

Lynne Segall kicks off a stream of entries with a sweet as sugar number from Kiawah Island, South Carolina.

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Suga & Ice

A paper sign in the window does not exactly suggest “luxury.”  But I’ll take their word for it because I’m so nice.  Spotted in Virginia Beach by Sandy Schneider, a true cold confection connoisseur.

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Smooth Operators

Coast to coast, Winston-Salem to Virginia, pun shop names.

Across the pond to the land of the stroopwafel, she’s on her game.

In case the melody and location are not obvious, here’s the deal.  Sandy Schneider finds a dream/creamy PSN in Amsterdam.



Suga & Ice

We’re not sure what luxury ice cream is but it sure sounds nice…

With this one from Duluth, Georgia, Lynne ties up Sandy Schneider for the second place punster spot.   Congrats Lynne!  Only time will tell (great PSN for a watch shop by the way) if Lynne can hang on or surpass Sandy.


Alphabet Scoop

With this clever first submission, Aaron Peyton suggests he could be a master of the A, B, Cs of PSN spotting.  A geographically contextual PSN in Manhattan.

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You know, there’s just really good chemistry with Lynne Segall and PSNs.  Here’s proof from Houston, Texas.

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Ice Queen Parlour

Don’t let the name scare you.  Surely the proprietor of this Winston-Salem, North Carolina ice cream truck has a softer side.  Spotted by Sandy

Scoop DeVille

If the PSN doesn’t get you, the signage will.  Spotted by Jonathan Schneider in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.scoop-deville.jpg