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Get Your Freakshake

This cafe in Australia is the cafe of your dreams. Or at least, it's the star of my dreams ever since I saw the first image of one of their 'freakshakes.' I. Want. One. Now. But apparently, I'd have to wait, even if I go there!!
"I have people waiting an hour for a table, and they'll wait 45 minutes for a shake," co-owner Anna Petridis said to local paper, Canberra Times. Fine, I don't mind waiting, though I do think I will wait till it's not freezing cold there (winter time in Australia....no thanks!!)
They've been getting so much attention lately that they're actually having trouble serving all the customers, but promise to be opening new stores soon, so keep your eyes open! They just debuted this new menu during June.
One of the reasons they're having such a hard time serving so many customers is because they make all the marshmallows, brownies, pecan pies, caramalized puff pastry, chocolate fudge, creme patissiere and salted caramel IN HOUSE. They buy their Nutella and pretzels, but come on!! It's insane that they make all of that stuff themselves!

Just look at these beauties.

They also have insanely delicious looking cakes, so just book your trip already!!
And check out their fb page :) for more updates.
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This place is a 3 hour drive away from me. I drove down there a couple of weeks ago to try one. I got to the door and was told it was a 6 HOUR WAIT. They do look good though. I'll go back when the hype dies down and let you know how good they are
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Hi-ho hi-ho it's off to Australia we goooo...
OMG!!!!!! I'm having a craving for one!!!!!!
@hikaymm I'll mail you the empty jar and a picture of my smile with milkshake around my mouth.
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