Origination of the name tin roof ice cream where did the name tin roof ice cream come?
There are several probabilities of the origins of the Tin Roof Sundae
Laws were passed in the US Midwest prohibiting the selling of Soda water on Sunday.
Area soda fountains got around this law by offering the Ice Cream Sundae as an alternative to Soda. Ice Cream topped with syrup with no soda added was not breaking the law.
The Tin roof sundae was a version of the Cherry sundae sold by Chester Platt in 1893. Platt's soda fountain in Ithaca New York was popular at the time and several area fountains added various toppings. Chocolate syrup and peanuts made up the "TIN ROOF" topping based on the original sound of the peanuts being removed from the cans in which they were sold, like the sound of rain on a tin roof.
come down from the roof.
It comes from England and it denotes the trade of someone making rooftiles and/or puts them on a roof.
A car that has no roof is merely roofless, but the name for such a car that has a retractable or removable roof is a convertible.
Another name for a roof worker is roofer.
The change in temperature of the roof of your mouth is what causes a brain freeze. If you rub your tongue on the roof of your mouth, it will go away more quickly.
Michael Roof's birth name is Michael Roof Jr..
Well if the roof is tin and it is hot outside, it will come down eventually.
ALL the air directly above the roof.
A roof made of straw or leaves is called a "THATCHED ROOF."
Uh, do you mean how much does it cost to insulate a Belgian roof? Or is there some special insulation that comes with Strawberries and Whipped Cream? Furthermore, what kind of insulation?
yes,Stalagmites do hang from the roof . Stalagtites come up from the ground.:)
The name stegosaurus means "covered" or "roof lizard". Stegos is from the Greek for roof and saurus means lizard.
eave The overhanging edge of a roof.
cupola! another name for a domed roof :-)
It doesn't. That's why they call it an FRC (Fixed Roof Corvette)
No, take it off your roof. It will pool up water come spring, and might dent your roof.
The wood at the edge of the roof is called the Fascia Board.
a sunroof is a glass panel on the roof that when you open it air will come through the roof in also has a protecter that you open use the sunroof
well there was this guy on a roof, and he was fiddlin, and then a little boy walking past him said to his mom: 'look mama! a fiddler on the roof!'
Possible words are: -- rooftop - the top of a roof --"roof off" - a roof comes off -- the proper name Rudolph (also Rudolf)
A roof with two slopes and gables at each end is commonly referred to as simply, a gable roof.
The fiddler has no name, for he remains anonymous.
the most used colors was a red body and a white roof. and baby blue body and white roof
Irish cottages are sometimes roofed with wheat and oat straw what name is given to this kind of roof?
A thatched roof?
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A roof with only two sloping surfaces and gables at each end is called a gable roof.
Her name is Yenta (fartbreath) Greenberg.
If they're in a cave,hanging from the roof, they are stalagtites. A stalagtite holds tight to the roof, and a stalagmite grows from the ground up and might someday touch the roof.
Most come with a true 30 to 50 year warranty. You can expect a metal roof to last at least 2 to 3 times longer than a regular roof. In general terms, count on a metal roof lasting 40 to 60 years and beyond.
I haven't never heard of anything serious relating to brain freezes. That's really just a name for it, your brain doesn't actually freeze. When you eat ice cream or drink something cold your tongue can push it toward the roof of your mouth, there is a nerve that is located there that is sensitive to cold. Next time you eat something cold just try to steer it away from the roof of your mouth.
It is on the roof of the Treasury, the first building you come to. Climb the winged statue to the right of the guards. You can jump onto the roof.
a tiler of roof
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roof or cover lizard
His name is Mordcha
A convertible is a car that has a detachable roof. They come in two varieties, hardtop and soft top(rag top). Hardtop means they have a rigid roof that can be put on, soft top means they have a foldable cloth roof that can be erected.
When this old world starts getting me down And people are just too much for me to face I climb way up to the top of the stairs And all my cares just drift right into space On the roof, it's peaceful as can be And there the world below can't bother me Let me tell you now When I come home feelin' tired and beat I go up where the air is fresh and… Read More
Yes, the noun roof is a common noun, a word for a roof on anything, anywhere. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Kathy "Kat" D'Ignazio, The Roof Lady, Atlanta, GA Roof Road, Sidney Center, NY or Roof Road, Manhattan, KS Red Roof Inns, Inc., Columbus, OH Green Roof Lodge, Hackensack, MN "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams
Ice dream or anything cold gives you a brain freeze when it touches the roof of your mouth where there is a blood vessel that connects to your brain. This is why your brain "freezes". You can put your thumb on the roof of your mouth and the brain freeze normally would go away.
the 'eaves' of a house is where the roof meets the house http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eaves
The years are, 93-98
Guns n Roses play on the roof in their video for Don't Cry, but it's not the most interesting part. The roof is not an uncommon place to find bands.
Vertical roof lights
The Globe Theatre
The Last Place on the Roof of the World
What is name of the type of gabled extension projecting from a sloping roof built to accommodate a window?
Full length of the roof line is called a Dutch Dormer.
The Roof of the World was the name given to the Tibetan Plateau, because it has an average elevation of over 4,500 metres (14,763 feet).