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This Minimalist Goth Ice Cream Is The Ultimate Antithesis To The Unicorn Trend

Little Damage in Los Angeles is ushering in the goth trend, starting with a soft serve that resembles heavy metal music and black eyeliner. The flavour is almond charcoal and it gets its dark colour from activated charcoal.

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