It is hot. When it is hot it is nice to eat cold things. Ice cream is a cold thing.
But there is a problem!
When the food is cold and the air is hot some cold things melt. Ice cream melts. Not all frozen things melt, some things just thaw. (Frozen shrimp doesn’t melt but the last time I gave my kids frozen shrimp in a cone they didn’t finish them. At least seven soggy shrimps were thrown out and you already know how I feel about wasted food.)
Melting is a problem when the speed of the melting is faster than the speed of consumption. Toddlers suck at eating. They get distracted, “Look, a bird!” and they stand there with a neglected cone. You cannot neglect the cone! Ice cream cone eating is hard work. You can’t dillydally. There are timing skills involved.
I am super good at ice cream cones.
Therefore, this isn’t a problem for us.
This is what happens:
The problem arises.
I offer my professional services.
I utilize my skills.
I return the improved version.
And everyone is happy!
I’m so glad I can help out.