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I Can't Stop Seeing the Cloned Toppings on Treat Drinks.

I can't stop seeing the cloned toppings on treat drinks. From Jamba Juice to Baskin Robbins and Carl's Jr., every glamour shot of a frozen drink reveals an exact copy of its neighbor's topping.



These four use the same image of topping, cloned four times. The two in the center use a mirror-image version of the topping, which is crazy, because the lighting is impossible.

Ironically, this particular ad is for "Hand Scooped" ice cream shakes, a name which highlights their individuality.

Now you won't be able to stop seeing it.

I'm sorry.